Support Belmont Hill with a Gift to the Annual Fund
Belmont Hill School prides itself on its commitment to excellence in education, in the classroom, on the fields, and on the stage. The School has built a legacy upon instilling universal values, honesty, and responsibility in the character of each student. The lasting impact of this School is apparent each year in the loyalty that is shown by each of you, its friends, alumni, faculty, staff and families. Your gifts to the Annual Fund allow each new generation of students to receive the caliber of education that will prepare them for future success and fulfillment. Over the past five years, the Annual Fund has funded 15 percent of Belmont Hill's operating expenses. Students, faculty and staff experience the immediate benefits of those gifts as they are applied to enhance the quality of the School's programs, resources and facilities.
This year, we will reach our Annual Fund goal of $3,825,000 through the extraordinary generosity of leadership gifts, as well as strong participation throughout the school community. Giving what you can is an important way to show your support for the School; while we rely on leadership gifts to inspire us all and lay the foundation of each year's Annual Fund, every gift of every size is essential to reaching our participation goals. We are ever thankful for your involvement, and equally gratified to hear from many of you that investing in today's students is such a worthwhile commitment. Thank you for your continuing generosity and involvement.
Emmett E. Lyne '77
Chair, Development Committee
- Q. What does the Annual Fund support?
- Q. Doesn’t tuition cover these items?
- Q. Belmont Hill has an endowment; why not use that instead?
- Q. What is the goal for Fiscal Year 2022-2023?
- Q. How does the Annual Fund conduct solicitations?
- Q. Will my gift make a difference?
- Q. How many parents give to the School?
- Q. How many alumni give to the School?
- Q. Can I match my gift?
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- Q. What if I need more information?
As a way to give back to the community that gave me 6 of the best years of my life"
Tim Brown '20
...because I consider going to Belmont Hill one of my best choices in life, and I wouldn't have been able to do so without the support of financial aid."
Marc Hurdle '08
… because every day I see the results of what I learned at Belmont Hill. Even since I graduated, the school has come so far, and I want to be part of that.”
Ben Finnegan ’00
…because my family and I are constantly overwhelmed by the enthusiasm and commitment of the faculty, staff and entire Belmont Hill community for maintaining the School’s rich traditions of education, sportsmanship, and ideals of turning boys into men of substance who recognize their social responsibilities.”
Warren Fields ’81
…because looking back, looking forward, I give in appreciation for the fine education this school offers young students.
Iris Chandler P ’74
…because of people—decent, thoughtful and wise—in short, good people; that is the goal of parents and School alike for young men at Belmont Hill School."
John Pike ’49
...because Belmont Hill was the best thing that happened to me. It set me on the right path for sure."
Steve Parson '42