Answer The Charge.
Our school was built on a promise – a promise to make possible.
Replenishing the Albuquerque Academy Fund every year is crucial to achieve our mission of educating students and talent and character in New Mexico. Through the Albuquerque Academy Fund, we fulfill our promise to attract and keep the best teachers, provide financial assistance for students, and maintain a safe, comfortable, and inviting campus for our community. The Albuquerque Academy Fund provides:
- technological resources that connect our students with their classmates, teachers, and other students around the world.
- instruments that enable students to follow their musical passion.
- opportunities for learning beyond the classroom through outdoor education and community service.
- equipment, uniforms, and transportation for nearly 20 athletic teams.
- and allows us to offer 23 full-year electives in the arts.
We ask our community to make an annual gift to the Albuquerque Academy Fund. The number of participants grows the fund much more effectively than the size of each gift.
What will you make possible?
Charged By Promise Campaign—Donor Recognition
We will recognize all donors who give $200 or more during the public phase of the campaign with an inscribed brick that will be placed on the newly redesigned and upgraded Path.
Donors who make a gift to the school between $200-$399 will be given the opportunity to have a 4×8 brick placed on The Path in their honor, and donors who give more than $400 will be given the chance to be recognized with an 8×8 personalized brick.
We welcome this special occasion to permanently acknowledge with a commemorative brick the many important donors who generously support the school’s mission during the public phase of the Charged By Promise Campaign, thereby participating in this special part of the school’s history.
Please note that donations need to total $200 or more in one fiscal year to be recognized, and the public phase of the campaign takes place during fiscal years 2018 and 2019. If a donor chooses to have their brick inscribed in honor of someone, they will be responsible for securing permission from the honoree.