Throughout Country School’s history, the community has supported several capital improvement plans to enable the school to grow and meet the changing needs of its students. The most recent long-range plan was developed by a Master Planning Task Force comprised of faculty, administrators, trustees and parents. Their charge was to holistically examine how the school can best support existing and future programs and have the greatest positive impact on the complete education of our students.
We recently opened our new Athletics & Wellness Center. Learn more about this exciting project
Early community-wide support of our Boldly Forward Capital Campaign allowed the school to open the Susan Haigh Carver ‘51 Dining Hall & Commons, and that same level of strong support has been a significant driving force behind the construction and completion of our new Athletics & Wellness Center. To date, more than 100 Country School parents, alumni, parents of alumni and grandparents have contributed more than $17 million to support the Boldly Forward Campaign, and we are almost 70% of the way toward our $25 million goal - but we still need your help!
Contributions to the Capital Campaign (which is separate from the school’s Annual Fund), come in the form of multi-year pledges as well as one-time gifts, and we are grateful for the community’s support at all levels. Gifts to the Campaign will directly support costs associated with the new Athletics & Wellness Center, and they will support the athletics, wellness, and physical education programs that will continue to grow and thrive within the new building. There are still opportunities to name spaces within the Athletics & Wellness Center, and there are many opportunities to help beautify our campus by supporting the landscaping around the new building. Learn more about these opportunities
. Campaign gifts can also help to support and strengthen the school's endowment
Thank you to all those who have already made gifts and pledges to the Campaign! Your early support has made a real difference.