Our outstanding academic reputation and unique campus community would not be possible without the generous support of the school’s alumni, parents, grandparents, friends, faculty and staff.
Each year, St. Nicholas relies on unrestricted contributions to the Annual Fund campaign. These gifts are the centerpiece to the fundraising efforts of the school and provide the flexibility to meet students’ needs in an ever changing world. Whether in the classroom, on the playgrounds, or in the performance of community service, Annual Fund contributions impact St. Nicholas students daily.
If you have questions or would like additional information on how you can support St. Nicholas School, please contact Kate McBryar at email@example.com.
We choose to support St. Nicholas because of what it means to our family. The school is truly a place "where the love of learning takes root." The level of interaction and personalized care from the teachers is amazing to see daily, and the opportunity for our children to learn in a comfortable, inclusive environment is priceless.
The Shah Family
Niraj '97, Charuni, Ryan '28, Nya '31
We have been STNS parents for seven years. Our oldest daughter came to STNS in Level 4. We knew during our initial tour of the school that it was different - more than we were expecting and what we hoped for in an elementary school. Our daughters have thrived in the learning environment and under the care of wonderful teachers and staff. We support STNS because we believe that it offers something special for the children who are part of the community. A student at STNS isn't just a student, they are the whole child - body, mind, and spirit. They will leave STNS with a great education, but will also leave with a better understanding of their individual worth and their place in the world. Daily chapel, time outdoors in God's creation, movement of their physical bodies, and appreciation of the arts are all vital parts of the STNS experience. We are grateful to be part of this community and want to contribute in any way we can.
The Weaver Family
Cecilia ‘21, Julia '24