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Callaway Loyalty Society Membership as a Percentage of Alumni Donors

CALLAWAY LOYALTY SOCIETY: MOST OF OUR ALUMNI DONORS GIVE EVERY YEAR

Our alumni are spread far and wide, but year after

7%

year they remember The High School. Sixty-one

19%

percent of alumni donors give every year, earning

61% Membership

them membership in the Callaway Loyalty Society.

16%

In fact, nearly 20 percent of alumni donors have

19%

given every year for the past 20 years or more.

Consecutive Giving Years

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Each Year Since Graduation (College Age Alumni)

10-19 years

5-9 years

20 years or more

ALL ALUMNI DONORS

CALLAWAY LOYALTY SOCIETY MEMBERS

2,018

1,239

HELEN GRASSI ’03 Callaway Loyalty Society Member College Counseling Assistant and Coach, The Winsor School Although she grew up only a few miles from EHS, in Chevy Chase, Md., Grassi remembers herself as one of the Washington Program’s most enthusiastic patrons. “I signed up for everything,” she says. “You know how sometimes when you live in a place you don’t really experience it? Then I came to Episcopal. I wanted to learn more about the place where I had grown up.”

Learning to Learn “How do I say this? Before coming to Episcopal, I was not a very studious person. And I was a little quiet. But my EHS teachers drew me out. They would call on me all the time and hold me accountable. They taught me to be more of a student – my teachers, the School, everyone.”

Greatest Takeaway “It’s okay to ask people for help. Because of Episcopal, after each first day of class at Hobart and William Smith I would go up, introduce myself, and get to know my professors. That really helped me get through college.”

Above and Beyond “Episcopal shaped me above and beyond any other educational institution that I attended. If you love something, you give back to it.”

WWW. EHSA N N UA L REPORT.ORG

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Profile for Episcopal High School

2014-15 Annual Report  

2014-15 Annual Report