In an effort to help disadvantaged students within the Catholic Diocese of Trenton NJ, Catapult Learning donated $5000 to the Foundation for Student Achievement. The “gold patron” donation will help fund tuition, technology, scholastic enhancement, arts and education, professional development and health and fitness. “This is the second year Catapult has lent their support and the first year they have been a gold patron; we are very thankful,” said Bethany Gregg, Director for the FSA. “It has been a challenge creating awareness for the foundation and the generous donation came as a surprise; it is a significant factor in helping us achieve our goals.”
The Diocese established the Foundation in 2007 providing a means for exceptional education, scholarships and innovative programs for Catholic students. “The Dioceses has trusted and chosen Catapult as their supplemental educational provider for the past 20 years. We are proud to give back and help children realize their education potential,” said Stephen Freeman, CEO of Catapult Learning.
The Foundation for Student Achievement and Catapult Learning are both dedicated to enriching the lives of children through quality education and excellence.