Rosary Academy Salerno Family Scholarship Endowment Fund
Rosary Academy, founded in 1965 by the Sisters of Saint Joseph, is a diocesan Catholic secondary school for young women in grades nine through twelve and is located in Fullerton, California.
Rosary’s crest presents the school’s philosophy in visual form. The sun symbolizes growth — spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and physical. The open hand characterizes a student’s readiness to receive knowledge and to give to others. The cross is the traditional symbol of Christ, and the letter “M” is symbolic of Mary. The letter “M” is superimposed on the cross to signify that the pattern of our life is a journey toward Christ through Mary, the patroness of Rosary.
Established in 2006 by the Salerno Family, this fund provides for the financial assistance of students in need at Rosary Academy in Fullerton, California.