This is the opportunity for the community at large to participate in a comprehensive campaign that will have a tangible and lasting impact on our school. The Charging Forward campaign, at its successful completion, will be truly transformational for our students, faculty, alumni, and entire PDS community.
Parent of Meredith ’14 and Hayden ’18
The Academic Center will be the centerpiece of a collegiate-style quad that will inspire innovative thinking and significantly improve the pace of life for students and faculty.
The new Campus Gateway building will create a more welcoming entrance to campus, as visitors will experience a sense of arrival befitting the Providence Day School name.
Expanded parking will serve as a catalyst for greater student and pedestrian safety on campus, and improved pace of life.
The endowment is a direct step toward securing the legacy of Providence Day School for future generations of students and faculty.
The Annual Fund helps to bridge the gap between tuition dollars and the cost to educate each child by providing unrestricted support to the operating budget.
In 1987, Providence Day School launched the Soaring to the Future Campaign. This initiative provided our campus with the McMahon Fine Arts Center which opened in 1990.
In 1997, Providence Day School launched a capital campaign called the The Campaign for Providence Day School which built the Dixon-Hemby Technology Center. The $4.2 million initiative was responsible for adding several science labs, computer labs, and the 125-seat Mosack-Lee Lecture Hall to campus.
In 2000, Providence Day launched the Tomorrow Begins Today Campaign. Not only did the $15.5 million effort support the construction of the Thompson-Jones Library and the Mosack Athletic Center, but it also supported the school’s endowment and Annual Fund.
In 2005, the Building the Foundations for Life Campaign raised $2.35 million to make significant improvements to the Brinkley Family Dining Hall as well as the McMahon Fine Arts Center.