Endowed Funds

The Brunswick endowment is comprised of unrestricted funds and restricted endowed funds. Endowed funds are created through monies set aside by the Board of Trustees, or with gifts made to provide long-term funding for designated purposes. The earnings on endowed funds are used in perpetuity to support Brunswick’s goals. The principal of the fund is never spent, therefore, it can generate greater earnings over time. In contrast, Annual Fund support is spent in the same year it is given and it is used to pay for operating expenses. Gifts to the endowment fund benefit all areas of the School and form the backbone of our not-for-profit institution.

Those interested in establishing a named endowed fund may do so with a minimum contribution of $100,000. It may be specified for a particular purpose, such as establishing a faculty chair, general faculty or program support, financial aid, awards, prizes or other needs. Although each fund is distinct in designation or restriction, endowed funds are commingled in an investment pool but tracked separately.

Faculty Chairs

List of 6 items.

  • China Care Foundation Middle School Faculty Chair

    Established in 2006 by a grant from the Dalio family to support the introduction of Mandarin Chinese language at the Middle School level. The China Care Foundation Middle School Chair is currently held by Hongbing Liu. Ms. Liu has a B.A. from Nankai University in China and has taught Middle School Mandarin Chinese at Brunswick since 2006.
  • China Care Foundation Upper School Faculty Chair

    Established in 2002 by the Dalio family to support the introduction of a Mandarin Chinese language course. The China Care Foundation Chair is currently held by Jing Wang, B.A. Hunter College; M.A. Fairfield University. Ms. Wang has taught Mandarin Chinese at Brunswick since 2007.
  • History Department Faculty Chair

    Established in 2014 by a Brunswick family to create a faculty chair in history in the Upper School. The History Chair is currently held by Kristine Brennan, B.A. College of the Holy Cross; M.A. Catholic University of America; A.B.D. New York University.
  • Mathematics Department Faculty Chair

    Established in 2014 by a Brunswick family to create a faculty chair in mathematics in the Upper School. The Mathematics Chair is currently held by T. Michael Allwood, B.A. University of Oxford; M.Ed. London University Institute of Education; M.A. University of Oxford. 
  • Oaklawn Chair In American History

    Established in 2001 by the Oaklawn Foundation to create a faculty chair in American History. The Oaklawn Chair is currently held by Dr. John R. Van Atta, B.A., Ball State University; M.A. University of Virginia; Ph.D. University of Virginia. Dr. Van Atta has taught United States History and Constitutional Law at Brunswick since 1984. He is also the author of A Place For Boys: Brunswick School and the Building of Young Men, which was published in conjunction with the School’s centennial in 2001.
  • Science Department Faculty Chair

    Established in 2014 by a Brunswick family to create a faculty chair in science in the Upper School. The Science Chair is currently held by Dana Montanez, B.A. Denison University; M.A. New York University. 

Financial Aid

List of 45 items.

  • Bill Aishman Memorial Scholarship Fund

    In memory of Bill Aishman, this fund was established in 2010 by Maya and Robert Tichio, Heidi and Steven (Class of 1995) Aishman and friends and family of Bill and Kyoko Aishman. The income from this fund is dedicated for scholarships with preference given to international students.
  • Betty Altman Endowment Fund

    The Betty Altman Endowment Fund was established in 2005 by the Class of 1985 on their 20th reunion in memory of their classmate, John Altman ’85, and in honor of John’s mother, Betty Altman, for her many years of service to the School. This fund provides support for the bookstore needs of financial aid students.
  • Board of Trustees’ Scholarship Fund

    This fund provides assistance to students with demonstrated financial need. The fund was originally established in 1995 with monies designated by Brunswick’s Board of Trustees and is funded subsequently by donor gifts entrusted to the Board for use at its discretion.
  • Bartlett Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2010 by a gift from the Bartlett family. The fund was created to provide financial assistance for academically qualified students with demonstrated financial needs.
  • BPA Extras Fund

    Established in 2015 by the Brunswick Parents’ Association with proceeds from the 2015 Fashion Show and 2015 Winged Foot Golf Outing.  Income from the fund will help underwrite the part of the financial aid budget that covers additional costs, over and above tuition.  These costs include, but are not limited to, textbooks and supplies, field trips, instruments, athletic uniforms and equipment, standardized testing and test-prep courses, summer programs, and yearbooks.
  • Brunswick Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1987, the Brunswick Scholarship Fund is permanently restricted to support the School’s financial aid program.
  • Burke Family Scholarship Fund

    Established by Walter F. Burke '67 and Diane Burke in 2014 with the objective of "Assuring Access to a Brunswick Education" for a deserving student to be able to experience the quality education Brunswick provides.
  • Chilton Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2008 with a gift from the Chilton family. The income from this fund provides scholarship assistance for students from economically diverse families who would otherwise not be able to afford a Brunswick education.
  • Ciporin Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2008 by a gift from the Ciporin family to provide financial assistance to deserving students from economically underprivileged families.
  • Class of 1960 Endowed Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2010 by members of the Class of 1960 in honor of their 50th Reunion. The income from this fund will support the School’s financial aid program.
  • Continuing Education Fund

    Established in 2006 by an anonymous donor, this fund is intended to benefit any Brunswick students, either current or graduated, to help alleviate dire circumstances that might otherwise prevent them from continuing their educational careers.
  • George C. “Gus” Conrades ‘86 Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2010 by family and friends in loving memory of Gus Conrades, devoted member of Brunswick’s Class of 1986. The income from this fund provides scholarship assistance to the student athletes who embody those characteristics which defined this award’s namesake, and who would otherwise not be able to afford a Brunswick education.
  • Robert L. Cosby Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2004 in memory of Mr. Cosby, beloved teacher, coach, mentor and friend to generations of Brunswick students. The income from this fund provides scholarship assistance to students from ethnically or culturally diverse backgrounds who would otherwise not be able to afford a Brunswick education.
  • Richard O’Rahilly Dowling Endowment Fund

    Established in 1993 by the School as a tribute to Dick Dowling, a friend, Brunswick parent and former member of the Board of Trustees. This fund provides scholarship assistance for boys in need.
  • E.E. Ford Foundation Minority Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1992 by a $50,000 grant the School matched 2:1, this fund endows financial assistance for minority students in the Upper School.
  • E.E. Ford Foundation Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1976 by a $25,000 grant that was matched dollar-for-dollar by the School from other donors, this fund endows scholarships for students in grades 9–12.
  • Sally Edwards Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1997 by the Brunswick Parents’ Association as a tribute to Sally Edwards for her longstanding devotion to Brunswick. This endowed fund recognizes her behind-the-scenes support of Brunswick’s students, faculty, staff, and families. The fund provides scholarship funds for boys in need.
  • Esposito Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2014 by a gift from the Esposito family to provide financial assistance to deserving students from economically underprivileged families. 
  • Evans Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2010 by a gift from Geraldine and Steven Evans to provide financial assistance to needy students.
  • Gage Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2008 with a gift from Terry and Jeff Boyd in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow W. Gage, devoted Brunswick grandparents. This fund is designated to help make a Brunswick education possible for qualified students with demonstrated financial need and without access to faculty scholarship aid. Preference will be given to students matriculating from the Waterside School in Stamford, Conn.
  • Hajim Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1993 with a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Edmund A. Hajim and CIP Associates. The income from this fund provides assistance for a deserving junior or senior of outstanding character, who demonstrates both passion and talent in his study of sciences.
  • Haub Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2008 by a gift from Liliane and Christian Haub and their family. The fund was created to provide financial assistance to students from middle-income families, with preference given to boys with exceptional academic or artistic strengths. At the Board’s discretion, however, income from the fund can be used to provide scholarship assistance to any student with demonstrated financial need.
  • Bess Hubbard Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2013 in memory of Bess Hubbard, longtime Assistant to the Headmaster and parent of two Brunswick alumni, by her family and friends., to honor a woman of foresight, purpose, and determination. Income from the Fund provides assistance to deserving sons of Brunswick staff.
  • James S. Jenkins Endowment Fund

    Established in 1997 by the School as a tribute to James S. Jenkins, a friend whose relationship with Brunswick went well beyond his role as father and mentor to six Brunswick graduates. The fund provides assistance to a student(s) who best embodies Jim’s respect for education, love of knowledge, and his wonderful sense of sportsmanship.
  • Kern Family Foundation Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2013 by a gift from Marie-Frances and Rene Kern. This merit-based scholarship fund is intended for an Upper School student. 
  • Kiernan Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2009 with gifts from the Kiernan family. The income from this fund provides scholarship assistance for students from economically diverse families who would otherwise not be able to afford a Brunswick education.
  • Joseph F. Koszalka Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1999 by Brunswick’s alumni and friends as a tribute to Joe Koszalka, a member of the Brunswick faculty from 1951 to 1988, and a friend to generations of students and families. This fund provides financial aid for deserving students.
  • Lewis Family Endowment Fund

    Established in 1996 by the James W. Lewis family to provide scholarship assistance for a senior with demonstrated financial need.
  • Thomas Kirnan Maye ’93 Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1996 by the School in memory of Todd Maye, LCPL United States Marine Corps, and Brunswick Class of 1993. This fund provides support to Upper School students with special academic needs.
  • Murray Family Fund

    Established in 2006 by family and friends in loving memory of Nancy and Stanley Murray, parents of Graham ’86, Shep ’89, and Ian ’93. The fund provides scholarship assistance for qualified children of Brunswick alumni.
  • Neff Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1994 with a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Neff. The income from the fund is designated for scholarships for deserving young men.
  • O’Malley Family Fund

    Established in 2007, this fund will provide scholarship assistance to boys from economically disadvantaged families. Preference will be given to students matriculating from the Waterside School in Stamford, Conn.
  • Edward John Noble Foundation Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2005 by a grant from the Edward John Noble Foundation, the income from this endowed fund is designated to provide financial assistance to needy students.
  • Oaklawn Foundation Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1991 by a five-year matching grant to endow the Oaklawn Foundation Scholarship, it is awarded to a student selected by the School on the basis of both need and meritorious qualifications.
  • Osman Family Fund

    Established in 2007 with a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Barnett D. Osman, this fund will provide scholarship assistance for boys from economically disadvantaged families. Preference will be given to students matriculating from the Waterside School in Stamford, Conn.
  • Pettengill Endowment For Financial Aid

    Established in 1975 by a $25,000 grant from the Edwin J. Beinecke Trust, this fund was designated to perpetuate the memory of Charles W. Pettengill, who served on the Board of Trustees from 1941–1969. It is designated for financial aid.
  • Sconzo Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2015 with a gift from the Sconzo family, this fund will be awarded to deserving Brunswick students with demonstrated financial need.
  • Skelsey Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2007 by a 2002 gift from Susan and Henry Skelsey to provide financial assistance to economically underprivileged students from culturally or racially diverse backgrounds.
  • Surdna Foundation For Financial Aid

    Established in 1972 by a grant from the Surdna Foundation, this fund was established to provide financial assistance to deserving students.
  • Tormondsen Family Fund

    Established in 2008 by gift from Barbara and John Tormondsen to support the School’s financial aid initiatives. The income from this fund will be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need for full or partial aid. The fund will also support tuition remission for faculty children.
  • Twentieth Reunion Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1995 by members of the Class of 1975, this fund launched Brunswick’s first reunion giving program. This scholarship fund enables the School to attract highly qualified students who would otherwise not be able to afford a Brunswick education. Specifically, the fund provides financial assistance to the most successful and deserving graduate(s) of our summer enrichment program.
  • Amy and John Weinberg Foundation Academic & Leadership Endowment

    Established in 2015 by a gift from the John and Amy Weinberg Foundation to provide academic and leadership enrichment for at risk students at Brunswick who demonstrate significant academic commitment and who would otherwise not be afforded these opportunities. At risk students include those who are susceptible to familial and financial instability and who are receiving significant financial aid from the Brunswick School.
  • Weinberg Family Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2009 by a gift from Debby and Peter Weinberg and their family, the fund was created to make Brunswick School more accessible to students from middle-income families. Financial aid is granted based on socio-economic considerations and demonstrated financial need.
  • Sandra and John H.T. Wilson Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2011 by a gift from the Wilson family. The income from this fund provides assistance for students with demonstrated financial need.
  • Marcelle M. Wysocki Fund

    Established in 2007 by a gift from Lisa and Paul Wysocki to provide financial assistance to economically underprivileged students from culturally or racially diverse backgrounds.

Faculty Support

List of 13 items.

  • Brunswick Faculty Fund

    Established in 2005 by a gift from the Brunswick Parents’ Association, this fund provides support for faculty enrichment or compensation and is funded subsequently by donor gifts entrusted to the Board for use at its discretion.
  • Chu Family Endowment Fund

    Established in 2007 by Michael and Elizabeth Chu and their family in honor of the dedicated faculty who teach at Brunswick. The fund is designed to provide ongoing support and enrichment for Brunswick faculty.
  • Class of 2013 Brunswick Teacher Institute Fund

    Established in 2013 by parents and friends of members of the Class of 2013. The Fund establishes and endows the Faculty Summer Institute, which promotes excellence in teaching and learning through a two-week session of dynamic, rejuvenating, and rewarding pedagogical studies and workshops. The Institute involves 40 faculty members selected each year, on a four-year rotating basis.
  • Class of 2015 Distinguished Visiting Lecturer Program

    Established in 2015, this fund will bring widely recognized expertise to the work of empowering our faculty — extending and enhancing on-campus expertise. This unique and vanguard program will ensure that our faculty can continue to focus their time where it makes the greatest difference — on campus, with our boys. The Class of 2015 Distinguished Visiting Lecturer Program is an ideal, year-round complement to the Brunswick Faculty Institute, in which faculty work together at the end of the year to enhance their work in the classroom.
  • Edward E. Ford Foundation Faculty Summer Study Fund

    Established in 1984 by a $35,000 grant, this fund was established to support summer study grants for Upper School teachers in grades 9 through 12. The School matched the grant on a 2:1 basis.
  • Duncan Edwards III Endowment

    Established in 1998 by the Brunswick Parents’ Association in honor of Duncan Edwards on the occasion of his tenth anniversary as Headmaster. This fund provides support for faculty enrichment.
  • Alfred E. Everett Endowment Fund

    Established in 1996 by the School as a tribute to Mr. Everett, headmaster of Brunswick from 1944–1969. Designated to perpetuate the memory of Alfred E. Everett and his many contributions to the Brunswick community, this fund provides faculty grants for continuing education.
  • Faculty Children Endowment Fund

    Established in 2000 by the Upper School student government, this fund is designated to assist Brunswick faculty members in covering the cost of their children’s college education.
  • Gellert Endowment For Faculty Summer Study

    Established in 1986 with a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Gellert, this fund supports the faculty summer sabbatical program. Mr. Gellert was a member of the Brunswick Board of Trustees from 1979–1988 and was Chairman of the Board from 1984–1987.
  • Newman Family Fund

    Established in 2014 by Elliot and Andra Newman and their family, as a symbol of their gratitude for the faculty of Brunswick school. This fund was created to provide opportunities for enrichment and career development for this dedicated group.
  • PALS Endowment Fund

    Established in 1993 by contributions from parents of alumni, grandparents and friends, this fund is designated for faculty enrichment and program support.
  • Teachers Learning Continuously Fund (TLC)

    Established in 2010 by the Brunswick Parents’ Association with the benefit proceeds from “That’s Entertainment.” TLC Fund provides income to support faculty educational opportunities beyond the classroom including, but not limited to, Master’s degree programs, summer grants, travel, research, and educational enrichment programs.
  • R. Scott Tucker Fund for Faculty Enrichment

    Established in 2007 in memory of Scott Tucker, beloved English teacher, department chair, advisor and coach. Funded by gifts from students, family and friends, the income from the fund supports faculty enrichment and professional development.

Program Support

List of 23 items.

  • Arabic Language Endowment Fund

    Established in 2011 to support the Arabic Language Program, the fund supports visiting lectureships, enhanced media esources, partnerships with academic institutions, and financial assistance for students pursuing Arabic language study and immersion in Middle Eastern countries.
  • Block Family Foreign Language Fund

    Established in 2008 by a grant from Jeff and Maritza Block. This fund will provide faculty enrichment for the foreign language department.
  • BPA STEM Endowment Fund

    Established in 2013 by the Brunswick Parents’ Association with proceeds from the Fashion Show “Black and White” and 2013 Winged Foot Golf Outing. A broad-based resource, the BPA STEM Fund will enable Brunswick to unite and build on its current initiatives, adding integrated mathematics, science, and engineering programs to the curriculum at all levels.
  • William S. Broadbent, Jr. Class of 2002 Fund for Environmental Education

    Established by the Broadbent family in 1996, and formally named in 2003, this fund is used to support and encourage learning and awareness of environmental activities.
  • Brunswick Baseball Program Fund

    Established in 2008 by a gift from the Wilpon Family Foundation.
  • Brunswick Trust

    Established in 2014, the Center will help to prepare our graduates for life and leadership in an increasingly global and diverse world. The Center’s offerings will underscore our long commitment to fostering personal integrity, tolerance, ethical behavior, and individual responsibility and accountability.
  • Class of 2006 Award for Program Excellence

    Established by the parents of the Class of 2006, this award is given in recognition of outstanding programs or innovative ideas and for program enhancement. The income from this endowed fund is given as an annual award for a term of three years to a department or division chosen by a selection committee.
  • Father Richard G. Cipolla Classic Endowment

    Established in 2010 by parents and alumni to honor Brunswick classics teacher Father Richard Cipolla. This fund provides permanent resources to promote and enhance Brunswick’s classics department as well as support Upper School faculty and students in their pursuit of the study of all classics subjects.
  • Alexander Constantine Fund

    Established in 2007 by a grant to honor Brunswick music teacher Alexander Constantine. The fund provides continuing support and enrichment of the performing arts at Brunswick School.
  • Duncan Edwards Iii Performing Arts Fund

    Established in 1992 in honor of the Headmaster because of his commitment to, and support of, the arts. The fund enhances various phases of the School’s arts program.
  • Foreign Language Fund

    Established in 1995 by a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Jacques E. Dubois to support the study of foreign language.
  • Andree Gaulin Lower School Math Fund

    Established in 1991 by a gift from Mr. Jean R. Gaulin, this fund underwrites math projects and programs in the Lower School.
  • Don and Michelle Ienner Music Fund

    Established in 2002 by Don and Michelle Ienner, and associates in the music industry, to benefit and enhance the Brunswick School music department.
  • Ronald J. Kelley Endowment Fund

    Established in 2005 by a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Gaynor N. Kelley in honor of their son, Ronald J. Kelley, Class of 1994. Income from the fund is designated to support the School’s performing arts, athletics programs or the Robert L. Cosby Scholarship Fund.
  • Anne Keyes Endowment Fund

    Established in 1996 by David and Mimi Tashjian in honor of Lower School faculty member Anne Keyes. This fund acknowledges the dedication and hard work of the Brunswick faculty in developing character, pride, and determination in young men. This fund is earmarked to provide tutorial assistance for students who are temporarily unable to attend School.
  • Louise Lehrman Visiting Senior Fellow

    Established in 2013 by a gift from the Lehrman Institute, the fund engages experts in American History to visit Brunswick, instilling in students a greater understanding of the rights, privileges, and duties of American citizenship. It also provides incentives to Fellows to contribute meaningfully to the body of scholarship in their fields of specialization.
  • McKinnon Family Foreign Language Immersion Program

    This fund, originally the Foreign Language Immersion Program (FLIP), was established in 2011 with gifts from Brunswick families, proceeds from the Brunswick Parents’ Association benefits: “La Dolce Vita,” the 2011 Fashion Show and Luncheon, and the 2011 Winged Foot Golf Outing. In 2012, the fund doubled with a generous gift from the Haub Family. In 2013, the fund was fully endowed by a gift from the McKinnon Family and was renamed the McKinnon Foreign Language Immersion Program.  The McKinnon Foreign Language Immersion Program provides income to support student travel opportunities abroad as part of Brunswick’s language curriculum.
  • Off Campus Study and Exchange Program

    Established in 2013, the Fund supports students pursuing a semester or more of liberal arts or cultural/ethical studies at schools and institutions throughout the United States and abroad that have formal agreements of affiliation with Brunswick.
  • Whitney Randolph Endowment for Music

    Established in 1980 by Mr. John Randolph in honor of his son, this fund provides support for the School’s band program. In addition, the Whitney Randolph Music Prize is awarded to a Senior who has made a significant contribution to the School in the area of music.
  • Simmons Family Fund

    Established in 2008 by Steve and Eileen Simmons in honor of their sons, Nick ’08 and Cliff ’10. Income from the fund will be divided equally to support the Brunswick football and wrestling programs. The fund established the Inner Core Award beginning in 2012.
  • STEP Summer Program

    Established in 1996 by a grant from Greenwich Capital Markets, Inc. and friends of Brunswick, this fund supports STEP (Students and Teachers for Educational Progress), a summer program for boys entering 3rd, 4th and 5th grades. The program is designed to reach out to Greenwich and neighboring communities to assist young boys in their academic quests and to strengthen each child’s foundation in basic academic skills by stimulating a love of learning.
  • Sweet Family Fund for Global Citizenship

    Established by the Sweet Family in 2014 to support opportunities for Brunswick students to expand their perspectives through direct experiences in immersive foreign language and culture study throughout the world.
  • Weintz Library Fund

    Established in 1983 by Mr. J. Fred Weintz, Jr., this fund is restricted for capital expenditures in connection with the School’s libraries.

Awards, Prizes and Other Funds

List of 12 items.

  • Altman Family Prize

    Established as the Thomas A. Altman ’78 Scholarship Fund in 1980 in memory of Tom Altman ’78, the fund provides an award of financial assistance (for the freshman year of college) to the graduating Senior who most clearly approaches the positive personal relationships maintained by Tom in school, in sports and in community service. Upon the death of Tom’s father, Donald R. Altman in 2006, the fund was renamed The Altman Family Prize in memory of Tom, Don and John Altman ’85 and includes gifts received in their honor.
  • Arredondo Foundation Fund

    Established in 1990 by a grant from the Arredondo Foundation, this fund supports LINK, a summer camp program that provides academic and recreational experiences for young boys of diverse backgrounds from Greenwich and its surrounding communities.
  • Class of 2005 Lecture Series

    Established by the parents of the Class of 2005 to endow an annual speaker or lecture series.
  • Continuing Education Fund

    Established in 2006 by an anonymous donor, this fund is intended to benefit any Brunswick students, either current or graduated, to help alleviate dire circumstances that might otherwise prevent them from continuing their educational careers.
  • Field Maintenance Fund

    Established by Walter F. Burke ’40 and increased by a bequest from the estate of Harry Keefe, this endowment provides funds to maintain playing fields and tennis courts.
  • Christopher P. Gugelmann Fund

    Established in 1992 by Mr. and Mrs. George P. Gugelmann in honor of their son, Christopher, Class of 1994.
  • Hartch Family Tennis Award

    Established in 2005 and given annually to that member of the varsity tennis team who has demonstrated exemplary sportsmanship and dedication to his team.
  • John F. Otto Faculty Award

    Established in 1992 in memory of John F. Otto, Sr., father of Brunswick parents, John F. Otto, Jr. ’66 and Suzanne Otto Carter. The award is dedicated to those faculty members with the courage to pursue their individual vision with honesty and integrity so as to earn the appreciation of their critics and the loyalty of their peers.
  • Sheila Pultz Service To Brunswick Award

    Dedicated by the Class of 1954 on their 50th Reunion to honor those members of the administration or staff who, over the years, have given loyally and unselfishly of their time and talent toward the betterment of Brunswick and the welfare of our boys.
  • James A. Singer Middle School History Prize

    Dedicated in memory of Jim Singer, father of Mac, Class of 2012, and awarded annually to the 8th grader who best exemplifies Jim’s regard for integrity and academics, and whose love of history may someday help him “make a difference” in our world.
  • Senior Class Endowment Funds

    Funded by Senior parents in the Classes of 1993 through 1999, these funds provide the seed money for each of these classes to designate its own endowment fund in celebration of its tenth reunion.
  • S. J. Waldman Fund

    Established in 1979 by the family in memory of Stephen J. Waldman, Class of 1983.

Capital Gifts

Brunswick School depends on capital fundraising and major gifts to provide support for projects such as renovations, the purchase of additional land or housing for faculty, and the construction of new facilities. Capital initiatives are also conducted to build the endowment fund. Solicitation of major gifts is ongoing and directed toward a specific project or need of the School. Additionally, individuals, families, foundations or corporations may either fund the yearly cost of tuition for one or more students or establish an endowed scholarship in honor of a loved one in their family's name or foundation's name that underwrites a full or partial scholarship.

Past capital campaigns:
    • Phase III: Foundation for the Future | The Campaign for Brunswick
    • Phase II: A New Century of Commitment | Sustaining Tradition
    • Phase I: The Centennial Campaign | Building for Generations

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  • Lower & Middle Schools
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