Super Bowl Squares

Fundraiser Information: Our Goal is to raise $6,000 to help repair the school parking lot. $20 per square. $300 for 25 squares.

How to Enter: Between 2/6-2/7 squares can be reserved by emailing or messaging HCCS via Facebook Messenger. 

How Super Bowl Squares Works: Super Bowl Squares is a game of luck. By purchasing squares, you are entering yourself for a chance to win cash prizes while supporting Holy Cross Catholic School.

Grids are managed online by There are up to four chances to win cash prizes per square/per grid purchased. There are 100 squares on each grid. HCCS will offer up to 3 grids (300 squares for sale). Any unclaimed squares are the property of HCCS. 

For square reservations made on 2/6-2/7 HCCS will follow up with you regarding payment. Your name will be added to the grid according to the number of squares purchased. You will receive an email notifying you that your name has been added to the grid. To view the grids, go to

Once all the squares have been claimed on a grid, will randomly pick numbers from 0-9 for each Super Bowl LV team and assign that numbers to a particular row and column which make up one square. These numbers represent the last number in the end-of-the-quarter score of each team. For example, if the score at half-time is AFC 17 – NFC 14, then the winning square for half-time is the one with an AFC number of 7, and an NFC number of 4.

All square owners will be notified when numbers have been assigned to the grid. You will be notified as soon as the grid is full and no later than Sunday February 7th at noon eastern standard time.

Winning Breakdown for Squares
There will be a winner identified for each grid after each quarter of the game.

Notification to Winners

All winners will be indicated on the super bowl squares grid and notified by phone and email to claim their prize. Checks will be mailed to each winner or can be picked up at Holy Cross Catholic School on Monday February 15th, 2021. Checks donated back to HCCS are eligible tax-deductible donations. The purchase price of squares is not tax deductible.