“Stanley Clark does an incredible job of getting to know each student ... the teachers really
know and celebrate the unique qualities of every child.”
- Dr. Lori Risser, DDS, SCS Parent
Fund for Faculty Support
There is nothing more important to a child’s education than quality faculty with a passion for teaching. At SCS, we are committed to attracting and retaining high-caliber faculty members who are experts in their fields.
Exceptional teachers stay abreast of the latest research and methods through professional development. Our faculty model life-long learning and engage in regular professional development to ensure that students consistently receive superior instruction.
The endowment provides a key source of funding to support faculty compensation and enhance curricular initiatives, thereby ensuring SCS is competitive when seeking to attract and retain extraordinary educators.
A gift to the Fund for Faculty Support will:
- Empower SCS to competitively increase faculty compensation independent of tuition increases.
- Provide the means for teachers to hone their knowledge and skills through the best professional development and training opportunities.
- Enhance curriculum, programs and services essential to the SCS mission.
All donors to the Fund for Faculty Support will be recognized, unless wishing to remain anonymous, in perpetuity, in each Annual Report and on the Now + Forever donor appreciation installation.
Donors may wish to direct their funds to support programs or services they find of particular interest, assuring that funding is available both Now + Forever. Gifts of any amount to this fund make an impact. Donors investing $50,000 or more may be additionally recognized in the following ways:
$500,000 (one opportunity available): Donor may name the Endowment for Faculty Support
$100,000 (opportunities available: arts, athletics, English, foreign language, history, math - fulfilled, science): Donor may name an endowed department chair
$50,000: Donor may be named in a designated fund
“The faculty did a superb job educating Sam, but also helped him to become a better person.”
- Jonathan Nashel
Parent of Alumnus
For more information, please contact:
574.291.4200 ext. 1004