The CUES School System consists of three urban schools: Sacred Heart, All Saints, and Holy Name. CUES-supported schools provide academic excellence, blended learning, and support for students and families beyond the classroom. The CUES Fund raises money through private donations to fully support the schools.
Donations to support the tuition assistance fund
Sept. 28, 2018
- Holy Name Harvest
Oct. 5, 2018
- The Priests Concert
Nov. 20, 2018
- The Gathering
March 30, 2019
Founded in 1975, CUES began by providing financial support and operational guidance to Sacred Heart School. In 2012, CUES expanded its mission to welcome two additional schools–All Saints and Holy Name. The CUES School System was created in 2017, a first of its kind in the region. The CUES School System is fully funded through The CUES Fund. The CUES Fund ensures all three schools are fully supported through private donations. The CUES School System is governed by a board of academic experts who ensure that each school is following a standard of excellence that will best support the student.
CUES School System provides quality education, innovative programming, strategic partnerships, and support services for students and families beyond the classroom. They served 497 urban students in the 2017-18 school year.
The CUES School System is overseen by a Board of Governors made up of a team of academic experts that ensure that the school system is adhering to the new initiatives to better serve the whole student:
- Blended Learning
- Student and family support services
- Community partnerships
Pay it Forward
The CUES Fund is a nonreligious, nonprofit organization that secures financial support through private donations to fully fund The CUES School System.
How can you help?
- Sponsor a student
- Individual donations
- Corporate donations
- Foundation support
Join one of CUES volunteer groups:
- Hearts of CUES
- The CUES Young Professional Group
Please visit the website for more information.
CUES School System
2207 Wirt St.
Omaha, NE 68110
The Big Give was published in the September/October 2018 edition of Omaha Magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.