“BRIDGE THE GAP” as Glenwood Academy seeks to “REACH NEW HEIGHTS”
What makes Glenwood Academy important to you and your family? Is it the student-centered environment where all learners are encouraged to be involved? Or maybe that each student is valued for his or her own uniqueness? At Glenwood Academy we realize that our students learn differently and need a different approach to teaching. It is not the child that needs to change but rather the approach.
Keeping The Lights On
We hope these reasons, along with many others, resonate with you and your family. Glenwood Academy is indeed a special place. However, creating, maintaining and operating at levels that consistently exceed expectations requires incremental resources each year. While tuition covers 80% of the schools operating expenses, the balance in our budget is bridged with donor contributions to the annual fund.
By supporting the School’s Annual Fund, you are part of our community to ensure the quality of the School and the fulfillment of its mission. We encourage you to consider the information presented and support this year’s Annual Fund Campaign. Your gifts, large and small will help us “Bridge the Gap”.
- Ensures our students continue to learn from an amazing team of teachers
- Glenwood Academy always aims for 100% parent and faculty participation.
- More individuals share the financial responsibility
- High participation signals institutional strength
- Additionally, this combined effort greatly influences outside income sources when we apply for grants
Many companies match the charitable gifts made by their employees to Glenwood Academy. If your company has a matching gift program, please contact your human resources department to initiate the process. Request a matching gift form from your employer, and send it completed and signed with your gift. We will do the rest. The impact of your gift to Glenwood Academy may be doubled or possibly tripled!
Please consider a donation today. Unlike tuition, all Annual Fund gifts are tax-deductible based on the school’s 501 (c) (3) non-profit status.