HCS has a few ways to help raise money throughout the year in order to keep tuition costs down.

Here are our most common fundraisers:

All year long

Box Tops for Education

Found on General Mills products.  Remove from packaging and send them to school, give to a student or any HCS family. There are also drop off boxes located at most parishes.

Amazon Smile

Amazon has a simple offering that allows us to raise additional money for the school – at NO COST to you.  Simply visit when making your purchases.  They donate 0.5% of your purchases to the school.


Alumni Golf Outing

This event is held in early September and run by alumni members. It is hosted at a local golf course  featuring a foursome, shot gun start with many raffles.  The day is followed by a dinner at one of the local eating establishments.

15th Annual Golf Outing Information

Registration for Golf Outing



Every October the school has a magazine sale. Special pricing is available on all you favorite magazines.  This is an easy way to try new a new magazine or renew your current subscription.  The sale is also available year round with renewals available by using an on-line ordering system found at  Please enter the school as HCS.


Woman’s Dinner

This event is held in mid-October at Blanck’s Supper Club in Johnsburg. Guaranteed 1 prize valued from $30-$100 with 1 grand prize of a Visa Gift Card!


Pizza Sales

Pizza sales begin in January.  The sale is for Eaton’s pizza coupons or frozen pizzas.


Candy Bar Sales-Seroogy’s

The Seroogy’s candy bar sale starts in March.  Each family is asked to sell at least 2 boxes of candy bars during that time.


Sports Raffle

The Sports raffle will be held in August.

Parent Testimonials

Wilkum Family One of the things I appreciate most about HCS is how the kids interact with one another as if it is the most natural thing in the world. Thank you for being great role models for the kids and for encouraging them to be great role models for the younger kids. I know Gregory is a better person because of his interaction with the 'big' kids. It really does make HCS a great place.

Wagner Family We send our children to CPES for many reasons. Small class sizes allow the dedicated teachers at CPES to focus on individual student needs. Academic rigor and Catholic values are a given. Most important to me is the emphasis placed on respect and kindness each day at CPES.

Ditter Family We send our kids to CPES to build strong values in them. The smaller classes allow plenty of opportunities for us as parents to be involved in the school.

Student Testimonials

Owen Jacobs
I like CPES because you get super smart!

Adam Lisowe - past student
As a sophomore I feel I am a lot farther in my classes than students that came from the public school. I was taught very early in my education that I needed to be responsible for getting my work organized and done. I was taught very good study habits that have followed me through my current high school years. Thanks to CPES I am on track to completing several college credits in high school which will help me financially and academically in college. CPES also taught me to be a leader and volunteer in our community, which will help me in years to come when applying for scholarships. CPES laid down a solid foundation for me to build the rest of my education on. I am grateful to my parents for making the decision to send me to CPES because it made a huge difference in my schooling and my life.

Anna Jacobs
I like CPES because I learn about Jesus and all the good things he did.

Mackenzie Ditter
I like it because we get to go to church every week and the teachers are really nice.