Many of you are familiar with Scrip fundraising from your days of having students in our elementary schools…but did you know that you can still earn a rebate off your Scotus tuition when you continue to purchase Scrip? Every purchase you make will earn you a tuition rebate at Scotus Central Catholic through your child’s final day here! What a great way to support the schools that are the building blocks of our Catholic community!

Scrip is a great and easy way to support our schools without spending extra money. The money raised through Scrip is used to purchase many items to improve and enhance each child’s education. But how does it really work? Here’s an example…you buy a $100 gift card for HyVee for $100. You spend $100 and get $100 right back…you are out nothing. The school has purchased that card for $97, profiting the school $3 for that 1 card. Each vendor offers back a certain percentage in the gift cards they sell to us…some as much as 20% back. There are thousands of vendors available through the National Vendor, but there are also nearly 70 very popular local and national vendors on hand at all times for you to purchase.

The success of Scrip is vital to the long-term success of our Catholic schools. This program provides a win-win for our families…you’re simply using Scrip to purchase the things you are already buying in your day to day life. While gas and groceries are the easiest to stock up on, we also have great vendors for everything including clothing, restaurants, hotels, airlines and even Disney.

If you would like to participate in Scrip to earn tuition credit, you can swing by your parish elementary school to make purchases during school hours or you can make purchases at weekend Masses as well. If neither of these options work for your family, or if you would like to get signed up for Scrip online, you are welcome to email the school at the emails listed below to make arrangements. Thank you so much for your continued support of our Catholic schools!

School Scrip Contacts:

St. Anthony’s: Nancy Gasper – and Amy Sokol –

St. Bonaventure’s: Barb Brockhaus –

St. Isidore’s: Andrea Kuhl –

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