The Class of 2019 Senior Fund raised $1.6 mm to construct the passageway connecting the Lower School and Middle school campuses.
The Class of 2018 Senior Fund raised $2.0 mm to name the Manor House on our new Middle School campus. The Manor House provides housing for nine of our faculty interns.
The Class of 2017 Senior Fund raised $1.8 mm to name three of the four new houses built on the back field of the Maher Avenue Campus, increasing housing options offered to faculty and staff.
The Class of 2016 Senior Fund raised $1.08 mm to increase housing options offered to Faculty and Staff.
The Class of 2015 Senior Fund raised $1.3mm to endow a distinguished visiting lecture series for faculty.
The Class of 2014 Senior Fund raised $943,000 to renovate the commercial space on Sherwood Avenue to create additional faculty housing.
The Class of 2013 Senior Fund raised $1.6 million to endow the Faculty Summer Institute. The institute will provide new benefits in both compensation and opportunites for professional enhancement for faculty beginning in 2014.
The Class of 2012 Senior Fund raised $1.32 million for the Faculty Housing Fund, supporting the additional purchase of housing for the faculty.
The Class of 2011 Senior Fund raised over $1.2 million to support the purchase of additional housing for our faculty.
The Class of 2010 raised $875,687 to name the Upper School Art Gallery in Brunswick’s Center for the Arts.
The Class of 2009 Senior Fund endowed a full scholarship and created The Class of 2009 Cosby Scholar by raising $801,790 in honor of beloved faculty member, mentor and coach, Robert L. Cosby.
The Class of 2008 Senior Fund exceeded their $1,000,000 goal and named the Upper School main entryway glass atrium.
The Class of 2007 Senior Fund raised $1.2 million for faculty housing on the Maher Avenue campus.
The Class of 2006 endowed "The Class of 2006 Award for Program Excellence" and met its Senior Fund goal of $1,000,000.
The Class of 2005 raised $583,210 to endow the Class of 2005 Lecture Series.
The classes of 2004 and 2003 both designated their gifts to build faculty homes on the King Street campus. Each class met or exceeded it goal of $750,000 and $650,000 respectively with 100% participation.