5/7/18—The Board of Trustees at Foxcroft School recently announced the successful completion of its $75 million Centennial Campaign. The fundraising campaign is one of the largest ever to be completed by a U.S. girls’ school to date.
Not only did Foxcroft successfully close the projected ten-year campaign two years ahead of schedule, it also surpassed its $75 million goal by $3.6 million and increased the endowment for the all-girls school by over 200 percent. More than 500 individual donors supported the initiative with their contributions making possible the building of Stuart Hall dormitory, upgrades to the barn for the school’s riding program, and the establishment of student scholarships, among other projects.
“Our Centennial Campaign has put Foxcroft in a position to be the standard bearer for girls’ schools around the globe,” shared Board Chair Anne Michele Lyons Kuhn ’87. “Yes, there is still work to be done to continue to ensure that we deliver an exceptional Foxcroft experience to future generations of young women, but today, we celebrate this incredible achievement.”