Giving

PVI Annual Fund

Saint Francis told us to “Do ordinary things extraordinarily well, and with great love.”
Making a tax-deductible gift to the Annual Fund may seem like a small thing to do to support the school we love. But it makes a tremendous difference to Paul VI.

Providing Support

The Paul VI Catholic High School Annual Fund provides unrestricted, immediate-use dollars to support the spiritual, intellectual, personal, social, and physical development of Paul VI students as well as the professional development of faculty.

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  • The Impact

    Tuition covers approximately 80% of the actual cost to educate a student. The Annual Fund provides additional revenue to create and sustain academic programs and extracurricular activities, financial aid and scholarships, and the needs to continue to meet the mission of Paul VI Catholic High School.
     
    Through the generosity of donors--alumni, parents, parents of alumni, faculty and staff, and friends--the Annual Fund enables financial flexibility for PVI to address top priorities and the most immediate needs of the school.
  • Matching Gifts

    Many employers will match donations to a charity. For recognition purposes, Paul VI gives full credit to the donor for any gift that is matched by an employer. Please check with your company’s human resources office to see if your employer offers a matching gift program.

The Vive Jesu Society

Vive Jesu translates to “Live Jesus.” This is the motto of Saint Francis de Sales, the patron saint of Paul VI Catholic High School. The Vive Jesu Society enriches the lives of Paul VI students, faculty, and staff through gifts of $1,000 or more during the fiscal year (July 1 – June 30).
Paul VI Catholic High School is a private college preparatory school for girls and boys in grades 9-12 in Fairfax, Virginia, seeking to help our students Grow in Grace and Wisdom. Our Washington area prep school is part of the Diocese of Arlington and offers rigorous academics, an inclusive community focused on spiritual and leadership formation, and a proud athletic tradition featuring competitive Division I high school athletics in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.