Generosity of the Christ the King School & Church community has made it possible for countless children to enjoy a Catholic education when they otherwise could not. 

If you are interested in contributing to CKS student success, email Jeanette Neuhoff Vogt.

We greatly appreciate your support in any amount! Read about some of our school awards below. 

Stephen F. Hupka Diversity Scholarship

The Stephen F. Hupka Diversity Scholarship, established by Christ the King School in 2014, will provide tuition and other assistance to a Catholic student(s) of racial or ethnic minority who is a member of Christ the King Parish (Nashville), St. Vincent De Paul Parish (Nashville), or Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish (Nashville) and who are enrolled or plan to enroll at Christ the King School ("CKS"). CKS names this Scholarship to honor the exceptional generosity of Stephen F. Hupka, a long-time parishioner of Christ the King Catholic Church.

Scholarship Criteria

Applicants are evaluated on the following criteria:
  • Class availability
  • Academic record and academic achievements
  • Extracurricular and community activities
  • Financial need 
  • The recommendation letters submitted in support of the applicant

Application Process

CLICK HERE to download the scholarship application. Submit completed applications to the CKS Office.

Contact Information

All applications may be delivered or mailed to the following address:

Christ the King School
Attention: Mrs. Jeanette Neuhoff Vogt '76, Director of Advancement
3105 Belmont Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Email: [email protected]


Art & Music Scholarships: Awarded to rising 8th graders, funded by the annual school fundraiser, A Crown Affair.

Coach Cat (Dan Catignani '70) Memorial Scholarship: Awarded to a rising 5th-8th grader, in memory of Dan Catignani '70, who demonstrates Christian values and leads by example to fellow students, actively plays sports and demonstrates sportsmanship on and off the playing field, funded by the Coach Cat Christmas Classic and various donors and sponsors, made possible by Britton Catignani, daughter of Dan, and good friend, Chuck Curran.

The Debbie Oldham "Mrs. O" Memorial Scholarship: Awarded to a rising 1st or 2nd grader, in memory of Mrs. Debbie Sullivan Oldham, former CKS primary aide, made possible by The Bass Foundation.

The Griffin Bauer '11 Memorial Scholarship: Awarded to any student who gives 110%, is kind, and is a "hidden gem" who works hard, in memory of Griffin Bauer '11, made possible by Bill Bauer, Griffin's dad.

The Mary Ann (Neuhoff) Sullivan '75 Legacy Memorial Scholarship: Awarded preferably to a Legacy student, in memory of Mary Ann (Neuhoff) Sullivan '75,  who exemplifies Christian spirit, modeling Christ in behavior toward students, faculty and staff, both in and out of the classroom, kindness and gentleness and has a spirit of generosity, made possible by Jeanette Neuhoff Vogt '76, Mary Ann's sister, and Carl Neuhoff, Mary Ann's brother.

The Patricia Van Echop Math Scholarship: Awarded to a top math student, in honor of former CKS teacher, Patricia Van Echop, made possible by Mrs. Van Echop's daughter, Kay Quinn.

The St. Charles Family Scholarship: Awarded to a rising 8th grader, based on athletic participation, leadership skills, being a team player, strong academic effort, and a Christian attitude, made possible by the St. Charles Family.

The Jack Long '65 Memorial Scholarship: Awarded to a rising  8th grader, based on merit, academics, and all-around Christian values, made possible by the hard work of the Athletic Association, primarily funded by the Annual Jack Long Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament.

The Women's Council Scholarship: Awarded to a CKS student, who is active in the parish, and exemplifies an understanding of the Catholic faith by modeling Christ in their behavior towards their classmates, faculty and staff, both in and out of the classroom, made possible by the CTK Women's Council.

The Thomas Greeley Scholarship: Awarded to a CKS student who has shown strides due to outstanding effort and a strong work ethic, made possible by the Meffe family, in memory of Thomas Greeley, grandfather of CJ 18' and Sean '20.

The Karen Meffe Science Scholarship: Awarded to a CKS student who is enthusiastically interested in the Science field, made possible by the Meffe family, in memory of Karen Meffe, aunt of CJ '18 and Sean '20.


The Knights of Columbus Scholarship: Awarded to a graduating 8th grader who will be attending a Catholic high school and exhibits exceptional commitment to the service of others, made possible by the Christ the King's Knights of Columbus Council 12256.

The Pat Holzapfel Strobel '56 Legacy Grant: In memory of Pat Holzapfel Strobel, a lifelong supporter of CKS and a 1956 graduate. Pat was the best of all of us: a gracious woman who gave more than she was given; comforted more than she sought comfort; asked less of others than she gave to all; and loved deeply, fiercely, and unwaveringly. 

Pat wanted to pay forward the many blessings she received from the school, church, and CKS community.

Each year, this grant recognizes a family that has been an ardent, long-term supporter of CKS and whose youngest child graduated from the school. Pat understood the tremendous value of a Catholic education and made sacrifices to send her children to CKS. She wanted to celebrate the same sacrifices made and support given by another family.


The Regina Higdon Scholarship: This scholarship is available only to graduates of Christ the King School who have a desire to attend Father Ryan High School or St. Cecilia Academy. Applicants should exhibit a love of the arts.

The Tommy Bateman Memorial Scholarship: Students who exhibit Tommy's fighting spirit and who are or will be attending Father Ryan High School are eligible for this scholarship.