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CH Day Thank View Thank Yous!


SCH Day was incredible! 818 community members came together and gave back a total of $156,336 in support of our talented students, faculty, and staff. Thank you to our amazing parents, alumni, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends who SCHared the love. The outpouring of support and love for our school has been nothing short of amazing.

Our Goal was EXCEEDED!

Our goal was simple: 300 members of our community give back in support of our incredible students, talented faculty, and dedicated staff. We exceed our goal and had 818 donors give back in honor of SCH Day! Strong participation from all community members demonstrates the strength and health of our school, so for that we salute you!

The Power of Your Participation

Each gift is put to immediate use to support academic programs, professional development, the arts, athletics and beyond. With 818 people giving with a total of $156,336 raised, we have a lot to be thankful for at SCH. Participation for parents increased by 20%, alumni giving increased by 5%, and faculty & staff participation was up by 41%! Thank you all for making this SCH a powerful one!

SCH Day Stats

Donors: 818
Total Raised: $156,336
Matched Gifts: 6 (from alumni and community)
Challenges Offered: 5 (from alumni and parents)

Thank You Message from Our Students, Faculty & Staff

818 Donors

Our community came together to give back in a big way! 818 donors made their gift on SCH Day 2021 in support of our incredible students, faculty, and staff.

$156,336 Raised

We were thrilled to raise a total of $153,336 in support of our academic programs, professional development, student aid, the arts, and athletics.

Community Effort

Our donors made a huge statement of support and increased parent participation by 20%, alumni participation by 5%, and faculty/staff participation by 41%.

SCH Fund Director

Please contact our Director of The SCH Fund for any gift, support, or challenge ideas to best support SCH! Make your gift count on April 15 and 16, 2021. 

Brooke Mattingly, Director of The SCH Fund