Click here to give to the Annual Fund. Each year, gifts to the Annual Fund provide the essential material underpinnings of our lively engagement with the life of the mind. Annual giving sustains the quality and breadth of our curriculum, and supports the community of students and teachers whose shared journeys enact our most profound aspirations. Your gift will be put to immediate use.
The Barbara and Bill Everdell Building Fund
Click here to give to the Barbara and Bill Everdell Building Fund. Established in 2016, the Barbara and Bill Everdell Building Fund honors Barbara and Bill’s love for Saint Ann’s and the buildings we call home. Between them, Barbara and Bill gave eighty-nine years of service to the school under the roof of 129 Pierrepont Street, named the Bosworth Building in the spring of 2007. Together they love and know the building inside and out. Barbara began her work at Saint Ann’s as an Assistant Teacher and later became a Master Teacher in the Lower School. She then taught in and served as Chair of the Classics and Language Structures Department before beginning her tenure as the Head of the Lower Middle School, a position she held from 1983 to 2016. Bill began teaching history in 1970 and held such positions as Chair of the History Department, Head of the Upper School and Dean of Humanities. Bill often taught seminars and helped to inaugurate the Interdisciplinary Studies Program. In 1974, Bill helped the students found the beloved debate program and served as its founding coach. Bill created history lovers out of children for forty-four years. The Barbara and Bill Everdell Building Fund will enable the school to maintain and improve its buildings in support of the work of our students and faculty. Gifts to the fund will be used for annual improvements to the buildings, with an initial primary focus on the entrance, Ettl Lobby and dining room, where students gather throughout the day.
Gail Brousal Scholarship Fund for Students
Click here to give to the Gail Brousal Scholarship Fund. Gail Brousal served as the Head of High School at Saint Ann’s for 30 years. The Class of 1984 established this scholarship fund on the occasion of their 25th reunion in honor of Gail’s lasting impact on the thousands of students that she guided during her tenure at Saint Ann’s. Donations to the Gail Brousal Scholarship Fund for Students provide tuition aid to students in need of financial assistance.
Jack Eustis Scholarship Fund
Click here to give to the Jack Eustis Scholarship Fund. Jack was a Saint Ann’s junior, a playwright, a musician, a much loved son, brother, friend, classmate and student. He was kind, funny, and deeply thoughtful. He radiated joy and exuberance; his home was a central gathering spot for his friends and classmates. His death has made a hole in the world; he is missed by all.
The Jack Eustis Scholarship honors Jack’s love of Saint Ann’s and the wish he had expressed to return to the school one day as a teacher. At Jack’s family’s request, the purpose of the scholarship is to make it possible for a deserving student with very limited financial means to attend Saint Ann’s. Every four years, the school will seek to award the scholarship to an incoming 9th grade student whose life circumstances would otherwise prevent him or her from having the opportunity to attend a school like Saint Ann’s. It is expected that the recipient will receive support from the fund during his or her four years in the high school. Should a situation arise in which the award cannot be made to an entering 9th grader the school will seek to use the fund in a manner that adheres as closely as possible to the purposes described above. Donations to the Jack Eustis Scholarship Fund are invested and earnings are released annually according to the endowment policy set by the Board of Trustees of Saint Ann’s School.
John Shelley McShane Scholarship Fund
Click here to give to the John Shelley McShane Scholarship Fund. This scholarship fund was established in memory of John Shelley McShane, an adored Saint Ann’s history teacher for 35 years. Jack spent his career imparting his passion for history and the political process to his students through engagement inside and outside of the classroom. Every four years, beginning with Ronald Reagan’s election in 1980, Jack led a group of students to Washington, D.C. for the Presidential Inauguration. Jack treasured these trips and their profound impact on each of his students. With this in mind, all donations to the John Shelley McShane Scholarship Fund provide financial assistance for meaningful school excursions.
Linda Kaufman Fund for Music
Click here to give to the Linda Kaufman Fund for Music. An avid choral singer and conductor, Linda Kaufman began her work at Saint Ann’s School in 1968 as the Chair of the Music Department and later held roles such as Assistant to the Headmaster, Director of the Saint Ann’s Chorus and Madrigal Singers and Associate Head of School, a position she held for forty years. Over the past two years Linda has worked closely with Vince Tompkins as Senior Adviser to the Head of School as well as Archivist. Linda spent forty-seven years working closely with students and faculty and has served as a member of the Board of Governors, from 1972 to 1982, and then as an ex-officio member of the Board of Trustees until the present. The Linda Kaufman Fund for Music will provide for initiatives such as the purchase of new instruments, support for private lessons for students who cannot afford them, and support for students to travel with the chorus regardless of their ability to pay. Donations to the Linda Kaufman Fund for Music will be invested and earnings will be released annually according to the endowment policy set by the Board of Trustees of Saint Ann’s School. Any income released from the fund that is not used for these projects will provide general support for the music program at the discretion of the Head of School and Chair of the Music Department.
Marianne P. Eismann Scholarship Fund
Click here to give to the Marianne P. Eismann Scholarship Fund. The Marianne P. Eismann Scholarship is named in memory of Marianne Eismann (’75), a Saint Ann’s School alumna who passed away in 2011. Marianne loved Saint Ann’s. Marianne lived a life dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge and understanding, and shared her intellectual gifts in the most generous fashion with those of all ages. There is no more fitting tribute to Marianne than to provide an opportunity for others to experience the rewards of attending Saint Ann’s.
Dr. Mira Rothenberg Fellowship
Click here to give to the Dr. Mira Rothenberg Fellowship. This fellowship honors the memory of Dr. Mira Rothenberg, former faculty and mother of Saint Ann’s alumnus Akiva Goldsman. A gifted psychotherapist, Mira was known throughout the world for her pioneering work with autistic and schizophrenic children. A donation to the Dr. Mira Rothenberg Fellowship will help support ongoing professional development for Saint Ann’s faculty interested in deepening their knowledge of early childhood psychology and early childhood education.
Prep for Prep Fund
Click here to give to the Prep for Prep Fund. Since 1987, Saint Ann’s has partnered with Prep for Prep, a Manhattan based non-profit. Prep for Prep identifies high achieving students of color in New York City, places them in independent schools throughout the five boroughs and boarding schools throughout the Northeast, and provides them with educational support during their secondary school years. A donation to this fund will be designated for the restricted purpose of providing financial assistance to Prep for Prep students attending Saint Ann’s.
Stanley A. Bosworth Memorial Fund
Click here to give to the Stanley A. Bosworth Memorial Fund. The Stanley A. Bosworth Memorial Fund honors the legacy of the founding headmaster of Saint Ann’s School. Stanley’s vision made possible a school that was, is, and always will be a bastion of intellectual and artistic freedom and curiosity. Stanley’s fervently independent spirit and ideals continue to live on in the lives and minds of current students, faculty, and alumni alike. A donation to the Stanley A. Bosworth Memorial Fund supports the critical general operating costs of the school.
Victor J. Marchioro Memorial Fund
Click here to give to the Victor J. Marchioro Memorial Fund. The Victor J. Marchioro Memorial Fund was established in memory of a beloved Saint Ann’s history and classics teacher. For 36 years Victor enriched the minds of Saint Ann’s students teaching Ancient Greek and Latin as well as offering courses on the Bible, Marx and Freud, to name a few. Victor’s vast breadth of knowledge is reflected in the remarkable library he left to Saint Ann’s upon his death. The collection is comprised of a wide array of books, DVDs, and CDs which reflect Victor’s deep love of history, literature, and the arts. A donation to the Victor Marchioro Memorial Fund will be used for the restricted purpose of cataloguing, maintaining, and utilizing his large collection.