Annual Giving funds go directly to your children in the classroom, providing them with the resources that make Corbett Prep such an extraordinary place to learn. Our Board of Trustees and Faculty understand the importance of this fund, and our goal is to have 100 percent commitment from both. With 100 percent participation from our parents, together, we can ensure our students continue to receive the best educational experiences possible.
Your gift makes a lasting impression. From the classroom to the stage to the athletic fields and beyond, your contributions allow Corbett Prep to offer more to students.
- Lessons that reflect an integrated approach to learning, sparking joy and challenge for every learner.
- Commitment to professional development with dedicated time and resources for teachers to study and discuss the best in brain-based teaching strategies.
- Professional coaching from accomplished athletes and trainers.
- A vibrant visual and fine arts program and performances that develop confidence and nurture and value every student’s creativity.
While tuition covers most of the cost of educating each child, supplementary support is crucial to the health of the school. Your help is essential! Families are also strongly encouraged to join in the PFA’s various fundraising events during the year. Support the school, and have fun in the process!
At Corbett Preparatory School of IDS, our Annual Giving Campaign is named Together for Excellence because together we provide the extraordinary environment for learning that Corbett Prep students have enjoyed since 1968.
2020 GIVING MATCH
This year, we have an exciting offer from a member of our Board of Trustees, David Bellini, to match all contributions to Annual Giving up to $400,000.
For gifts up to $999, Mr. Bellini will match the contribution dollar for dollar. For gifts of $1,000 or higher, Mr. Bellini will match the contribution 2 for 1, effectively tripling the impact.
Mr. Bellini recognizes the importance of continuing our support for our school, teachers, and staff to ensure our students thrive even during these unique times. He hopes this challenge will stimulate community participation in Annual Giving!