ANNUAL FUND in 5 - WATCH THE VIDEO!

 

FINAL DAY 5: Watch the last video in our 5-day series on the most important reason to participate in the Annual Fund: our students' FAITH foundation.

WHAT IS THE ANNUAL FUND?

AFin5New.jpgDesigned to kick off each fall (September 13-17, 2021), the Annual Fund raises unrestricted gifts to support the annual operating budget, which includes instructional materials, program support, equipment and technology, professional development, and facility maintenance. As is the "norm" for most independent schools, tuition does not cover the full cost of educating each student. Tuition covers approximately 90 percent of the school's operating expenses. The other 10 percent is made up through tax-deductible charitable giving.

It takes a combination of tuition and charitable donations to provide the distinctive qualities that an independent school education offers: small classes, exemplary teachers, exceptional exploratory offerings, an unapologetically Christian environment, just to name a few. Charitable gifts are necessary to help sustain and expand the mission.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT GRANDPARENTS SAY:

"Our grandson is graduating from your school this year. He received a wonderful educational experience, and we have enjoyed observing his growth and maturity while under Mount Paran’s academic, as well as spiritual, influence. We thank you and the wonderful staff and faculty for the tremendous influence you have and continue to have on so many of those who hold the future."

-A Grateful Grandparent

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Girl Celebrating Annual Fund

For More Information:

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Cindy Gibbs
Assistant Director, Development

Mount Paran Christian School is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Gifts to Annual Fund are considered charitable gifts and are tax deductible as allowed by law.

2021-2022 Annual Fund coincides with the school’s fiscal year that runs from July 1, 2021, to June 30, 2022. All pledge gifts are due in full by June 30, 2022.