THE CAMPUS SCHOOL ANNUAL FUND

Thank you for considering a gift to the Campus School Annual Fund!

Like all independent schools, The Campus School relies on annual, tax-deductible gifts, in addition to tuition, to balance the budget each year and continue to provide enhanced educational opportunities and facilities for the children. The Annual Fund is an integral part of The Campus School’s operating budget and helps make up the difference between tuition and the full cost of educating each child and maintaining the school’s high quality programming.

A strong, successful campaign ensures that The Campus School can offer the programs that will allow for resilient, successful students, not just while they are here, but after they graduate and throughout their lives. By giving to The Campus School Annual Fund, you enable our faculty to provide excellence in the classroom by creating new and innovative teaching opportunities that impact students in every aspect of their school lives.

Thank you for helping steer The Campus School on a path of continued growth, for many years to come. For more information about The CS Annual Fund please click on the following link. Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you for being a part of our community!

Annual Fund Giving Levels

Annual Fund Giving Levels

This year there are new named Giving Levels to assist you in your philanthropic decision. 

  • $100 Friends of The Campus School
  • $250 Blue & Gold Club
  • $500 CREATE Lab Society
  • $1,000 Bright, Beautiful & Blessed Society
  • $5,000 Children of Spirit Society
  • $10,000 1963 Society
  • $25,000 Head of School Circle
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The Campus School Annual Fund Supports These Core Priorities

  • Technology:

    Acquisition of developmentally appropriate learning equipment and technology including science equipment, water tables, CREATE Lab equipment, and engineering and building materials are needed for younger students’ hands-on learning activities; teacher driven technology for all classrooms such as interactive white boards, ELMO all-in-one classroom technology carts, and audio centers; iPads and laptops for students, and increased access to advanced, web-based and Distance Learning courses.

     

  • Faculty Development:

    Professional development for faculty through attendance at teacher workshops, conferences and peer-to-peer learning at other schools. To support the School’s successful STEAM initiative, it is essential to continue training in the STEAM related areas. The increasing presence of technology in every content area demands substantial training in meaningful technology integration into instructional practice. To truly establish the School’s identify as a pre-eminent lab school, faculty presence is essential at professional conferences locally and nationally. In addition, funding is needed to support action research in the classroom that will be shared with the lab school community and the community of practice.

     

  • Program Enhancement:

    Programmatic training in Math and Literacy (Reading/Writing) designed to promote instructional consistency across all grade levels. The training also promotes the implementation of research based strategies and resources based on current understandings of learner-centered pedagogy.