Annual Fund gifts are extremely important because they support the school’s growing program needs in all areas. Tuition accounts for 88% of the cost to educate each student and the Annual Fund is vital to making up the difference — the difference being greater opportunities and stronger offerings for our students and faculty.

Make a gift online or call us today: 804.741.9718

The Collegiate Annual Fund

  1. 100
  2. 90
  3. 80
  4. 70
  5. 60
  6. 50
  7. 40
  8. 30
  9. 20
  10. 10
  11. 0
Goal Amount $2,200,000.00
Current Total $1,800,561.00
Remaining $399,439.00
Goal Participation 100%
As of Date 6/1/2023
Start Date 7/1/2022
End Date 6/30/2023
Last Year Amount $2,040,266.00
Total reflects both gifts and pledges to date.

Why SHould I Give to the Annual Fund?

Your Board of Trustees and administration work closely together to be responsible stewards of your tuition dollars. They are committed to carefully managing school operations, including tuition and expenses, helping offer more predictability in the years to come for our families. Tax-deductible gifts to the Annual Fund not only help bridge the gap between tuition and school operations, but also help keep tuition increases manageable.

As direct beneficiaries of the Annual Fund when you were a student, this is a wonderful opportunity to do the same for our current students.

As grandparents or parents of alumni, your support continues to provide the very best for the students and teachers at Collegiate. 

Please contact Assistant Director of the Annual Fund Elly Bacigalupo at


Annual Fund Leadership Giving Clubs

Leadership and Gift Clubs

$25,000 or more 1915 Club
$15,000-$24,999 Parat Ditat Durat
$10,000-$14,999 Founders Club
$5,000-$9,999 Torch Club
$2,500-$4,999 Flame Club
$1,000-$2,499 Spark Club
$500-$999 Cougar Club
"It has been a privilege to have been accepted and embraced into one of the most welcoming places I know. Over the course of the year, I've created bonds with students, teachers, coaches and parents that I believe will last a lifetime." – Upper School Student