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2016-2017 Annual Report

The Annual Fund

The Heron Society

The Heron Society reflects financial contributions of $1,000 or more to the Annual Fund.

  • Gresh Circle ($15,000+)
  • Founder’s Circle ($10,000 - $14,999)
  • Chester Springs Circle ($5,000 - $9,999)
  • Wynnewood Circle ($3,500 - $4,999)
  • 1915 Circle ($1,915 - $3,499)
  • Schoolhouse Circle ($1,000 - $1,914)

What is the Annual Fund?

The Annual Fund operates at the heart of our school and its impact is felt in the lives of our students everyday. When a family decides to invest in a Montgomery School education it is because they want the very best for their child. In order to provide a high-quality education at a competitive cost, we must raise additional funds outside of tuition. Like all independent schools, tuition only covers a certain percentage of the daily operational cost of running the school. Philanthropic dollars raised through voluntary support help make a high-quality education EXTRAORDINARY!

Gifts to the Annual Fund are usually unrestricted, but you can designate your annual support to one of the following areas:

  • Area of greatest need
  • Academics
  • Arts
  • Athletics
  • Financial aid
  • Technology

Please join us in educating and inspiring students committed to integrity, respect, responsibility and service to others. Support the Annual Fund today!

Why I Give...

We are proud to continue our support of Montgomery School, even though our daughter has graduated and is now in college. The foundational education and character development she acquired while at Montgomery has allowed her to blossom into an inquisitive student, and a well-rounded individual. We are indebted to Montgomery for providing her with such a solid education which will guide her through her life. - Maureen Fendrick, pp ’11

I give to Montgomery because I know how important my Montgomery education was to my development and success. I want to be able to provide the same opportunity for current students, the future generations of learners.

-Grant Geiger ’02