Academy Endurance Fund
The Academy Endurance Fund was created in response to the financial unrest caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The primary goals of this initiative are to care for our students and families and to keep our Charger community intact as we move through this time of financial setbacks and uncertainties. Make a gift to the Endurance Fund now.
The fund will provide support to families needing increased tuition assistance awards or temporary relief from their tuition payments, so we may keep our community together through this precarious time. Beyond addressing the financial support needed, the fund provides a rally point for the collective community support we will need to endure this crisis together. (Read recently retired Head of School Andrew Watson’s April 6 message to families about help with tuition here.)
No matter the level of support, we ask the entire Academy community to consider making a gift to the Academy Endurance Fund.
Current parents, faculty, and staff: Consider the effect on our community and classrooms if some students are unable to return. Alumni: Consider how their lives might be different if they had been forced to leave the Academy before graduation. We appeal, also, to those most impacted by the crisis to participate, even with a gift as small as $1, to demonstrate your belief in the importance of keeping our community whole and remaining strong during and after this crisis.
Thank you for supporting this most important cause for the school and the community we hold dear.
Please contact Dawn Lorenz, interim director of development, with any questions.