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Parent Pledge Program

Annual giving supports programs in the current school year such as providing support for increased college counseling services grades 9-12, advisory programing for all students, and professional development for faculty.

Current Justin-Siena Parents participate in annual giving through the Parent Pledge Program. Contributions are 100% tax-deductible and ensure that all students will receive the very best educational experience possible. Our most important goal is 100% participation by all families, including families with an indexed tuition plan. Payments can be made monthly throughout the fiscal year (July 1 - June 30) and are reflected in the Annual Report published in the fall.  

All Annual Giving (both Annual Fund and Parent Pledge Gifts) can be made throughout the fiscal year (July 1 - June 30) and are reflected in the Annual Report published in the fall.  

List of 7 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. What is the Parent Pledge Program?

    The Parent Pledge Program helps ensure that the highest standards of excellence are met for the vital components needed to educate students in this academic year. Since all Parent Pledge gifts support our current freshman, sophomore, junior and senior students as they strive to achieve their best, it is our hope that Justin-Siena will be your highest giving priority while your children are students here. All parents are asked to participate so we can achieve 100% participation—an important message we take to alumni and foundations when asking for their support.
  • Q. What are the benefits of participating in the Parent Pledge Program?

    Parent Pledge gifts support important initiatives in the current school year and help assure that all needs are met to make each year an exceptional experience. These initiatives will enhance the educational experience of every student attending Justin-Siena. An additional benefit is that gifts to the Parent Pledge Program are 100% tax deductible.
  • Q. How much should I give?

    Annual gifts to the Parent Pledges Program range from $50 - $5,000. Only your family can decide what your Parent Pledge gift should be. We realize some families make great sacrifices to send their children here and ask that all parents, including those using indexed tuition, make a commitment at a level they can afford so that we can reach our goal of 100% participation.
  • Q. What if I have more than one child at Justin-Siena?

    While we realize that sending multiple children to Justin-Siena constitutes a major financial commitment; the cost to educate each child remains the same. Therefore, we ask parents to make a pledge for each of your children for the time they are enrolled here.
  • Q. Can I pay my pledge monthly?

    Yes. Parents have the option of paying their pledges annually, semi-annually or monthly. Families who select the semi-annual or monthly payment plan must use our Direct Debit Program. This is an easy way to budget your payments. The Advancement Office at Justin-Siena automatically debits your bank account or credit card on the 5th of each month for your agreed upon payments. If the 5th falls on a holiday or weekend, the debit will be processed on the first banking business day following the 5th. Parent Pledge gifts can be structured as monthly amounts or can be made as one-time gifts.
  • Q. Can my pledge be billed to more than one individual?

    Yes. However, all of the parties must maintain the same payment schedule.
  • Q. Can I use my employeer's matching gift toward my pledge?

    Yes. When you make your Parent Pledge gift, let us know if you are able to take advantage of such a program.

Lasallian Motto

Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve.
Your gift is 100% tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. JSHS is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization registered with the IRS. Justin-Siena Tax ID #94-2168313.

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Justin-Siena High School

Justin-Siena is a Catholic high school in the Lasallian tradition offering a college preparatory program that serves young men and women in grades 9–12.