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2022-2023 Fundraising Efforts
Annual Fund supports the current year operating budget by enhancing academic, art, athletic and extracurricular programs.
The Make Room for the Future Campaign will build a new Early Childhood and Lower School building and renovate the Middle School.
Corporate Sponsorship supports the current year operating budget by enhancing academic, art, athletic and extracurricular programs.
Ways To Support PS
Great independent schools are built through great philanthropy. From the donation of financial resources to our Annual Fund, Carnival, or Capital Campaign to the equally vital donation of volunteer hours and expertise, our parents, grandparents, faculty, trustees, alumni, and friends of the School share an equal measure of responsibility for making us the school we are today and for setting us up to become an even better and more exciting place for the future. It goes without saying that we simply would not be who or where we are without your incredible generosity.
It is not about what your gift will do for your child but about doing something positive and significant for the generations to come. We have benefitted greatly by those that gave before us and now….it is our turn.
Amber Alonso, Parent
meet the Seades
Kara, Class of '19
We started Presbyterian School in 2008 when Kara was in the Beta class. PS has provided Kara an excellent education while firmly instilling in her the School’s core values, enabling her to become a confident and caring young woman who is filled with joy.
We are honored to support the Make Room for the Future Capital Campaign. Ten years ago there was a dedicated group of parents who contributed to the Outdoor Education Campus, even though their children would never play a game or run around that track. Although Kara will never attend classes in the new building or even the remodeled Middle School, we want to “pay it forward” as PS families have done before us. We are giving for the future students of Presbyterian School!
We are giving for the future students of Presbyterian School.
Rochelle Seade, Parent