Centennial Campaign 2010-2013

"The Centennial Campaign has reached and exceeded its $13 million goal!"  Thank you to the more than 250 donors who made the effort such a success.  Look for a campaign magazine in your mailboxes later this summer, with all the details."

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The generosity of the PHS community helps ensure the school’s continued success. Donations from alumni, parents, grandparents, parents of alumni and other friends support our outstanding teachers and coaches, further student achievement in the arts, athletics and academics, and help provide important extracurricular opportunities. We thank you!

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Through 2013, we celebrate the centennial of The Pembroke Hill School and its predecessors. We have flourished for 100 years by honoring our past and traditions while growing and innovating in response to a changing world.

As we enter our second century, we continue to be inspired by the promise of all that our students can achieve with a Pembroke Hill education. Thanks to the generosity of many people over many years, we are strong and stable, and our beautiful campuses boast a physical plant that is among the best in the region. Now it is our turn to provide what is needed: to ensure Pembroke Hill's strength and promise going forward.

To continue to enhance the excellence that is the hallmark of Pembroke Hill - on every stage, in every classroom, and on every field - we must build a bigger endowment. This larger endowment will help to secure the future of our most important assets - our phenomenal faculty, curriculum, and student body - so that Pembroke Hill can continue to provide a transformative education for generations of students.

Barret S. Heddens III '71
Steering Committee

Steven J. Bellis
Head of School

William S. Berkley
Steering Committee

This campaign is vital to the future of Pembroke Hill. We must continue to be a school where tuition levels are within reach; where salaries are fair for those whose work makes us extraordinary; where financial aid makes a Pembroke Hill education possible for families willing to sacrifice for it; and where new ideas and innovative programs can be nurtured and developed. A larger endowment is essential for all of these goals to be realized."

Steven J. Bellis, Head of School

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