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Annual report 2019–2020 courage and resilience


SCH Academy Leadership 2020-2021

Board of Trustees Dr. M. Brian Blake Rashad I. Campbell ’08 Vanessa Z. Chan Renee Chenault-Fattah John S. Detweiler ’91, Treasurer Brooke DiMarco William M. Doran Dr. Stephen L. Druggan, Head of School Alexander Goldsmith David Hayne Thomas G. Kessler '88 Dr. Youngmoo Kim Timothy W. Levin Patrick S. G. Lindsay, Chair Peter S. Longstreth ’62, Honorary Deborah E. Maine h’16 Ann Marie Mendlow Ludlow Miller, Honorary Janie B. Parker, Honorary Edward C. Rorer ’61, Honorary Elizabeth McCausland Salata ’02 Marjorie Kershbaum Shiekman ’67 Nadine Badger Stevenson ’90 Andrew C. Topping Camilla (Kim) Whetzel h’17 Brian J. Vogt

Representatives to the Board of Trustees Frank V. Aloise Jr., Chief Financial Officer Gordon S. Gary ’97, President, CHA Alumni Association Stewart J. Greenleaf Jr. '96, Vice President, CHA Alumni Association Katie Warwick Schreiner '95, President, Springside Alumnae Association Rebecca Morley '00, Vice-President, Springside Alumnae Association Mandie Lyon, President, Parents Association Fay Marie Dunbar, Vice-President, Parents Association Jennifer James McHugh ’84, Director of Development David Rauch, Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management Maria McNichols, Board Liaison Special thanks to our departing trustees Michael Golden, Pamela von Seldeneck Harris ’81, Steve Kapp, Virginia Markos, Ellin Dixon Miller ’75, Robert M. Peck ’70, Joffie Pittman '87, Sheryl Winston Smith, and Mims Maynard Zabriskie for their dedicated service as members of the board and ambassadors of SCH.

Leadership Team Steve Druggan, Head of School Frank Aloise, Chief Financial Officer Pete DiDonato, Chief Innovation Officer Liane Faermann, Director of Human Resources Ellen Fishman, Director of the Arts and New Media Ed Glassman, Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Rayna Guy, Director of Diversity and Inclusion Jenny McHugh, Director of Development Maria McNichols, Assistant to the Head of School Matt Norcini, Head of Upper School Dave Rauch, Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management Meadow Pepino, Head of Middle School Karen Tracy, Director of Communications Douglas Wainwright, Head of Lower School Dave Wilson, Director of Athletics


Our Mission We are an inclusive community on a mission to inspire unbounded curiosity and independent thought in every one of our students. In a unique educational environment that extends well beyond campus, we nurture students’ knowledge of themselves and the world, expanding their full academic and personal potential while preparing them to lead lives characterized by thoughtfulness, integrity, and a quest to effect positive change.

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Table of Contents

Office of Advancement Jenny James McHugh ’84, P’15, P’19 Director of Development Melissa Blue Brown '87, P’16, P’20, P’21 Director of of Alumni Relations

our mission........................................................................................... 1

Katy Friedland P'25, P'29, P'32, P'32 Associate Director of Admissions & Community Relations

table of contents ................................................................................2

Paul Hines h'03, P’06 Special Projects

by the numbers .....................................................................................5

Leslie Connor Newbold ’86, P’17, P’21, P’24 Director of Parent Relations and Community Engagement

areas of impact ....................................................................................8

Brooke Mattingly P’36 Director of the SCH Fund

gifts to all funds .............................................................................. 14

Kristin Norton P’20, P’22 Associate Director of Development

parent donors .................................................................................... 24

Pepper Johnson Rexford ’92, P’21, P’23 Assistant Director of Alumni Relations

endowment gifts ................................................................................ 33

Head of school message .......................................................................3 sch fast facts ......................................................................................4

alumni in action ...................................................................................6

achievements ..................................................................................... 10 wissahickon leadership society ..........................................................12

eitc/ostc gifts................................................................................... 23

alumni donors .................................................................................... 27

James Talbot II H'81, P'86, P'90, GP’26, GP'28, GP'30 Senior Gift Officer Susan C. Toomey H'15, P’99, P’02 Administrative Assistant

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It is with sincere gratitude and great pride that I present to you our annual report, detailing the generosity of our school community and the accomplishments of our students, faculty, and staff. Of course, we cannot celebrate our progress without acknowledging the challenges we faced during the 2019-2020 school year. The COVID-19 pandemic presented a daunting and unprecedented situation for us all. With characteristic grit, our community persevered through difficult circumstances and found creative ways to continue to fulfill our mission throughout the last months of the school year. We also need to remind ourselves that there was a school year before the pandemic. A year of incredible milestones for SCH, the foremost being the opening of the McCausland Lower School and Commons­­— cornerstone of Phase II of the incredibly ambitious Campus Master Plan. This allowed the Upper School to take over the Wissahickon Inn. While we certainly missed the joyous sounds of Lower School students bouncing through the Inn, we soon came to appreciate the conversations with the “Exchange Gang” who took very quickly to keeping the fireplace ablaze! Postpandemic, I hope you can take the opportunity to walk across our dynamic campus and see our diverse and inclusive community— from our youngest members in the Early Childhood Center to our joyful lower schoolers to our older students in Middle and Upper School. Their energy and engagement in learning are the heartbeat of our campus. It is truly special. The incredible highs that accompanied the start of the year were replaced with true uncertainty in June as we watched social unrest envelop our city and country. We heard from our alumni and current students that we need to do more to ensure that all of our students, in particular our Black students, get not only a top-flight education, but do so without the racism and prejudices that, unfortunately, are part of our society and independent schools. It has been heartening to see the outpouring of support from SCH community members who want to help us continue this journey. While we are certainly one of the most diverse independent schools in our area, we still have work to do to ensure that our diverse student body truly feels welcomed and included. Thanks to the financial support and contributions of time and talents by our SCH family, we were able to further our mission and support our students and staff in some fantastic accomplishments. In this report, you will see some of these highlights, but the gifts noted in this report have a ripple effect far beyond these achievements. Your support and continued investment allows us to provide the unique and impactful SCH educational experience for every student, every day. While we go into the 2020-21 school year, there is still so much unknown—so much subject to change—but we can remain confident in the capabilities of our faculty, steadfast in our dedication to the educational and emotional growth of our students, and forever grateful for the support of our SCH community. With gratitude,

Steve Druggan Head of School

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Head of School Message

Dear SCH Community,

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The extraordinary generosity of our community members makes SCH what it is today: a school with high expectations, strong values, and happy, hardworking students. Gifts to Springside Chestnut Hill Academy have

SCH Fast Facts

invaluable impact across the campus—in every grade, in every division, and in every single department.

100+ ELECTIVES

are available to Upper School students, ranging from Forensics, Architectural Design, Personal Finance, and Engineering to Songwriting & Musical Production, Global Economics & Multivariable Calculus.

143 STUDENT-ATHLETES

were named to All-Inter-Ac, All-MASA & All-Independence Hockey League teams in 2017–2020. Over the past two years, SCH teams also won 4 PAISAA state titles: boys soccer (2x), girls soccer & softball & 6 Inter-Ac championships: boys (2x) & girls soccer, softball, baseball & girls track & field.

SPRINGSIDE CHESTNUT HILL ACADEMY

#1 IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION

SCH’s unique Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership curriculum teaches students critical life skills and an entrepreneurial mindset characterized by opportunity seeking, creative problem solving, resiliency & resourcefulness. This unique curriculum has just been licensed internationally to an independent school in Dubai.

73% OF SCH FACULTY

2019 ROBOTICS WORLD CHAMPIONS

The SCH Upper School robotics team was part of FIRST’s 2019 Detroit World Championship winning alliance. In the last 17 years, the team has finished 5 times in the top 10 at “Worlds” & won the coveted Chairman’s Award 8 times. Robotics students have been accepted into the nation’s top engineering programs, including Princeton, MIT, Caltech, Penn, Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Carnegie Mellon, Johns Hopkins, Georgia Tech, Clemson, RPI, WPI, Rose Hulman & all three military academies.

hold advanced degrees & an average of 19 years’ teaching experience.

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40+ STUDENT-LED CLUBS & ACTIVITIES

SCH students exercise leadership and pursue their passions through an array of clubs and activities, including Players (drama), Black Student Union, Mock Trial, Model UN, robotics, Current Events Club, Eco Club, Investment Club,Jewish Cultural Club, Math Club, Multicultural Club & SAGE (Students Advocate for Gender Equality).

89%OF STUDENTS in the

Class of 2020 were accepted into one of their top 2 college choices.


The Annual Report celebrates the commitment of over 1,220 donors who contributed to SCH this year and whose

$1,020,203

$100,000

$2,075,786

EITC/OSTC

Planned Gifts

SCH Fund

The Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC) and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program (OSTC) allow companies and individuals to direct their PA tax dollars to support financial aid at SCH, which in turn attracts talented students regardless of their income level.

The SCH Fund is Springside Chestnut Hill Academy’s annual giving program and the school’s highest fundraising priority. The SCH Fund plays a crucial role in enriching the lives of our students and supports the arts, athletics, classroom resources, technology, professional development for faculty, scholarships and financial aid, and more.

Charitable gifts made through estate plans such as bequests, beneficiary designations, gift annuities and trusts are a powerful way to leave your legacy at SCH.

$36,900,000 Endowment

30+ - 64 20+ - 107 10+ - 207 5+ - 385

YEARS OF coNSECUTIVE GIVING BY DONORS

269 Wissahickon Leadership Society Donors

Members of the society are essential partners with SCH’s dedicated faculty, staff and administration in providing leadership support of the School. Their investment in The SCH Fund touches all aspects of our campus and fuels the aspirations of our students.

SCH’s endowment ensures the School’s financial strength now and into the future.

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By the Numbers

philanthropy helps to shape the School and further its mission. Thank you for giving back to SCH!

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Alumni in Action

Famed Biologist Returns to Her Alma Mater to Share Her Knowledge Dr. Winifred Hallwachs ’72, a tropical ecologist who has worked for many years as a researcher and technical advisor, visited campus in December to present a lecture to school families titled “A Porcupine, Moth Legs, and a Drive to Conserve What is Slipping Away.” Over the last four decades, Dr. Hallwachs and Daniel Janzen, her husband and scientific partner at the University of Pennsylvania, have worked on tropical forest restoration and the conservation of the biodiversity of Área de Conservación Guanacaste, in northwestern Costa Rica.

A New Future for The Rec In an effort to breathe new life into the beloved Rec, Players from every generation of SCH banned together to fundraise to renovate the performance venue for Upper School drama. Led by current Players, the Class of 2020, the cast and crew of The Fantasticks and the Class of 1970, in honor of their 50th Reunion, fundraising continues in an effort to update the space while paying homage to its rich history.

I’M INSPIRED TO GIVE BACK TO SCH TO SUPPORT THE WORK OF A GREAT INSTITUTION IN A TIME WHEN ALL INSTITUTIONS ARE UNDER EXTREME SCRUTINY, I RECOGNIZE THAT WE MUST PRESERVE THE CLASSIC IDEALS OF A LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION AND THE CULTIVATION OF CRITICAL AND INDEPENDENT THOUGHT.

Dr. Hallwachs’ lecture was attended by a packed house of SCH families.

SPRINGSIDE CHESTNUT HILL ACADEMY

~ FRASER GREENWOOD `03

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For a few days, the Rec was transformed into an art gallery showcasing the work of more than 40 alumni artists who contributed art work for a fundraiser to benefit the renovation of the Rec.


each year, the school honors the service and outstanding contributions of those in the SCH community and our most esteemed alumni. SPRINGSIDE ALUMNAE

CHA ALUMNI AWARDS

Honorary Alumni

AWARDS

Top Alumni Giving Percentages by Decade

Alumnus of the Year Award Robert M. Peck ’70 The Alumnus of the Year Award, intended to be given annually, is awarded to an alumnus for outstanding service to the association or to CHA. While not restricted to contributions made during the year in which it is given, that was its original intent, with exceptions made on occasion to recognize service and contributions to the school over a period of time. The Francis P. steel Jr. ’77 Award Charles B. Landreth ’66 Formerly known as the Special Recognition Award, the Steel Award, named for former Head of School Frank Steel, honors an alumnus who, over the course of many years, has made unique contributions and shown an outstanding and extraordinary devotion to the school.

The Chestnut Hill Academy Roll of Fame

Outstanding Young Alumna Award

Dr. Sydney L. Lea Jr. ’60 First awarded in 1962, the Roll of Fame recognizes CHA alumni who have made significant contributions to society. In choosing members of the Roll of Fame, the Alumni Association weighs a candidate’s respect among his peers, where he is considered an expert in his field, and whether his work has had an effect that reaches beyond the bounds of a single community.

Anne Eisenhower Turnbull ’05 Recognizes the achievements of alumnae who have graduated within the past 20 years and reflects a demonstrated excellence in a career or service to the community.

CHA Young Alumnus Award John D. Cella ’04 The Young Alumnus Award recognizes the achievements of an alumnus who has graduated within the past 20 years. It honors his excellence in his career or in service to the school.

Distinguished Service Award Nadine Badger Stevenson ’90 Recognizes an alumna or volunteer who, through her or his unselfish devotion to SCH Academy, has made an outstanding contribution to the school community.

SCH Honorary Alumni

CHA Alumni

Aimee Keough Maria McNichols Brian Walter Joyce Seiferth

Class of 1941 - 6% Class of 1958 - 18% Class of 1966 - 26% Class of 1970 - 29% Class of 1987 - 19% Class of 1995 - 19% Class of 2000 - 14%

Players Awards

Springside Alumnae These awards were established in 2019 to honor the work, dedication, and impact of our Players alumni in the greater community and arts world. Players Hall of Fame Award Lesley Wolff ’89

Distinguished Alumna Award Allison Scott ’74 Given to an alumna who has made a significant contribution in her field of interest and whose accomplishments have had an effect on the larger community.

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Class of 1938 - 4% Class of 1945 - 10% Class of 1955 - 42% Class of 1965 - 23% Class of 1974 - 13% Class of 1987 - 16% Class of 1990 - 7% Class of 2002 - 12% Class of 2012 - 7%

Special Service to Players Award Leland L. Smith h ’03†

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The SCH Fund plays a crucial role in enriching the lives of our students and supports the arts, athletics, classroom resources, technology, professional development for faculty, scholarships and financial aid, and more. All gifts, regardless of the size, help ensure that each and every student has an exceptional learning

Areas of Impact

experience in the classroom, on the playing field, on the stage, and beyond.

ROBOTICS

OUTDOOR PROGRAM

ATHLETICS

ARTS & NEW MEDIA

SCH didn’t field a World Champion Robotics Team just by being able to assemble a robot. Gifts to Robotics allowed our students to reach a pinnacle that required collaboration at the highest level; hands-on experience with the principles of mechanics, physics, and electronics; resourcefulness; creativity; and the ability to problem solve on the fly—all hallmarks of an SCH education.

Not all classrooms have walls, and nature is always knocking at our back door. With the Wissahickon Valley only a stone’s throw away, our curriculum finds innovative ways to incorporate trees, rocks, water, and wildlife into our students’ everyday lessons, whether they’re studying leaf shapes, learning about native species, or testing water quality. Each gift to Outdoor Programs offers new perspectives for our students’ and develops their appreciation and respect for nature.

SCH’s robust athletic program encompasses 17 Upper School and 16 Middle School sports, most offering varsity and junior varsity levels. Our teams participate in the region’s most competitive sports leagues, and our senior athletes are regularly recruited to play at the college level. Guiding all of our athletic activities are the principles of good sportsmanship, responsibility, teamwork, and leadership. Each and every gift to the Athletics Program funds our teams and supports our studentathletes.

Fueled by the passions of our students and dedicated to nurturing an appreciation for the rich legacy of artistic expression throughout the world, SCH Academy’s Arts and New Media curriculum provides an impressive breadth and depth of experience for students Pre-K–12. Support of the arts gives our students the opportunity to explore their creative interests in courses such as 3D modeling, digital art, coding, and graphic design, enabling our students to extend their abilities into the newest dimensions of arts expression.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Through our donors’ support, SCH’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL) program helps our students build an entrepreneurial mindset—our school’s signature approach to creative problem solving. Integrated throughout the Pre-K to 12 curriculum, CEL courses and experiences encourage students to take on challenges related to their passions and create their own solutions, giving them a competitive edge and a drive to “build the future.”

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THANKS TO YOUR SUPPORT, STUDENTS CREATE INCREDIBLE SOLUTIONS TO AUTHENTIC, REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS. THEY ARE EQUIPPED WITH TOOLS, TECHNOLOGY, AND MENTORSHIP THAT RIVAL MANY UNIVERSITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMS. YOU ARE HELPING US TO BUILD THE NEXT GENERATION OF CREATORS AND LEADERS. ~ ED GLASSMAN '03, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE CEL

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Despite its challenges, the 2019-2020 school year was one of discovery, collaboration, and an opportunity for

achievements

resiliency for both our students and faculty. Learn more about the important work that your gift supported below.

NEWEST ADDITION TO CAMPUS

EARLY LEARNING STARTS AT SCH

COVID RESPONSE & STORYTELLING:

This year our lower school students were welcomed back to a brand new facility, The McCausland Lower School and Commons, designed to give our youngest students more access to outdoor learning, greater space for student and teacher collaborative work, and improved classrooms for our dynamic academic programming. Thanks to the generosity of the McCausland family and many members of our community, this newest addition to campus provides a welcoming space to enhance the first years of learning.

Our Early Childhood Center opened in January 2020, providing a warm environment for the youngest learners to receive exceptional care during the formative years of 18 months to four years old. The center will provide a valuable service to the community, with experienced and knowledgeable teachers following the renowned Reggio Emilia method.

Despite being an exceptionally difficult time, the pandemic brought out the best in many members of the SCH community. Nia Hodges ‘22 saw the opportunity to assist local businesses through the business she developed in the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Faculty members Peter Randall and David Cool used the school’s 3-D printers from their homes to produce face shield frames for local healthcare workers. They raised nearly $2,000 for supplies and produced almost 400 face shields.

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to learn more about the ECC.

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to view a video of donors and teachers talking about the building.

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to read more about Nia’s story and SCH’s response to the ongoing pandemic.

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FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS Our faculty continued to innovate, create, and excel this year. Upper School History Teacher Tommy Richards wrote an article published in The Washington Post examining how contingent events affect election outcomes. Beloved teacher and Department of Engineering and Robotics Chair Peter Randall ’69 was selected as one of the Top Ten Phillies All-Star Teachers for 2020.

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to read Richards’ article and watch a video of the car parade, featuring the Philly Phanatic, that rode through campus to celebrate Randall’s honor.

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION WORK We are determined that social justice, diversity, and inclusion will receive the level of focus they deserve at SCH, and we know that we can count on our students to contribute to our growth and hold us accountable for progress that needs to be made. In January, our Upper School hosted the SCHout Conference, where more than 70 of our students facilitated workshops and activities for more than 250 students and educators from throughout the region to collaborate on ways to take action for social justice.

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to learn more about diversity and inclusion work at SCH.


Common supporters to explore the new space for the first time. Thank you again to the generous donors who made this ambitious undertaking possible.

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mccausland donor party

In September, we welcomed all McCausland Lower School and

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Wissahickon Society

The Wissahickon Leadership Society recognizes individuals and organizations that make leadership contributions to The SCH Fund of $1,500 or more annually. Members of The Wissahickon Leadership Society are essential partners with SCH’s dedicated faculty, staff, and administration and share a passion and vision for providing 21st century education to our students. We would like to sincerely thank the following donors who have generously supported the School and make up the 2019-2020 Wissahickon Leadership Society.

Founders $100,000 and above Anonymous Donor (1) David C. Bartlett ‘90 John B. Bartlett† Jon R. Bartlett ‘94 Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools Doe Run Dairy, LLC Jessica and David Hayne** Margaret and Richard Hayne Maguire Foundation Frannie† and James Maguire SCH Academy Scholarship LLC #1 Entrepreneurs $50,000 - $99,999 Anonymous Donor (1) Bryn Mawr Trust Company Central Pennsylvania Scholarship Fund Gail and John S. Detweiler Sr. ‘91** Holly and Greg Flanagan Sarah and Jonathan Frank ‘69 Friends of Education, LLC Christina Seving McDonald ‘84 Metal Edge Co., Inc. Park Lexington Advisors. LLC

Innovators $25,000 - $49,999 Comcast Corporation Jessie Hill ‘72 Carol and James Hovey The Hovey Foundation Alexandra and Timothy Levin** Lisa and James Maguire Jr. ‘78 Ellin Dixon Miller ‘75** Christian Hovey Norpel ‘89 SCH Parents’ Association Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company Piatkowski, LLC Tracy and Adam Piatkowski Laurene and Andrew Topping** Judith and G. Clay von Seldeneck Leaders $10,000 - $24,999 Anonymous Donor (1) Boston Family Office Bridget and Brian Blake** Marci and Ian Comisky Marissa and Michael Costonis Sr. Francesca and R. Bruce Dalglish Kathryn and William Donato Jr. Susan and William Doran** Jean and J. Michael Fitzpatrick Margaret Davison Freeman ‘62, h’04 Katy and Jason Friedland

Emery Maine Greenwood ‘06 and Thomas Greenwood III ‘01 Henkels Foundation W. Anthony Hitschler ‘56† J. P. Mascaro & Sons Gretchen Schaefer Jackson ‘55 Jewish Scholarship, LLC Courtney and Steve Kapp** Jennifer Henfey and Thomas Kessler ‘88** Julia and Hugh Lalonde Victoria McNeil Le Vine ‘75 Le Vine Foundation William Lewis ‘84 Deirdre and Patrick Lindsay** Maguire Enterprises II, L.P. Bonnie and Peter McCausland Kristina and Christopher F. McCausland ‘00 McCausland Foundation Ann Marie** and Michael Mendlow Stacy Perper Methvin ‘75 Dale and Steven Orman ‘63 Susan and Robert Peck ‘70** Jessica Rabinowitz ’20 Justin Rabinowitz ’18 Susan and Mark Rabinowitz Seth Rabinowitz ‘18 Pepper Johnson Rexford ‘92 and Jeffrey Rexford Robert C. White Rowing Trust Herbert T. Rorer ‘64

Rorer Foundation, Inc. Elizabeth McCausland Salata ‘02** and Kyle Salata Mims** and Marek Zabriskie Creators $5,000 - $9,999 Ambulatory Surgical Services, Inc. Andrew Allen Charitable Foundation Charlene Bierl and Youngmoo Kim** BHC Holdings, Inc. Solomon and Sylvia Bronstein Foundation Kelly and Keith Brundin Carla Canuso ‘80 Capitol Strategies Group, LLC Dorothy V. Cassard Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation Lara and Ho Chang Bonnie Wallace Chapman ‘59 Copernicus Society Of America Pia and Stephen Druggan** Patricia and John Emery Herman Goldner Co., Inc. Quita Woodward Horan ‘52† Maria Sordoni Hudacek ‘02 and Stephen Hudacek Stephen and Maria Hudacek Family Foundation Fund Barbara and David Junkin James A. Kilduff

† Deceased | **2019-2020 Member of the Board of Trustees

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Julia Kilduff ‘02 Kilduff Family Foundation Carol Adams Kirshner ‘67 Robert Leininger Ruth and G. Michael Lemole Jr. ‘87 Joanna McNeil Lewis ‘77 Alexandra Logue ‘70 Deborah Maine h’16** Margaret Klein Mandell ‘69 Susan and Robert McLean 2nd Ella Stier Mecray ‘55 Pennsylvania EITC/OSTC Scholarship #2, LLC Edward J. Piszek Jr. ‘62 Alison and Thomas Samph Susan Silversmith Alexandra Smilow ‘16 Kathleen Byers Smilow ‘79 and William Smilow Susan and Charles Stauffer Jr. UHS of Pennsylvania Mellen and Brian Vogt** William T. and Lorine E. Vogt Charitable Foundation Susan Straus Rorer Whitby ‘56 Lorraine and Walter White Anna Cooke Woodward ‘82 and Charles Woodward ‘86 Elizabeth Yaffe ‘10 Christy Yaffe ha and Peter Yaffe Dana and William Zimmer


Breakthrough Thinkers $1,500 - $4,999 Sarah and Frank Aloise Jr. ha Joshua H. Atkins ‘92 Kimberly and Michael Attanasio Dorsey Gray Battin ‘57 Annette Beyer-Mears ‘59 Mary-Helen Sheppard Boothby ‘68 and Richard Boothby ‘66 Sarah Price Bush ‘61 Elise Wallace Carr ‘62 Vanessa Chan** and Mark van der Helm Eugene M. Cheston Jr. ‘52 Lydia Kenworthy Clay ‘71 and Philip Clay ‘70 The Comisky Family Foundation Trust Carrie and Allan Cooper III Christopher Hale Cowperthwait ‘58 and James B. Cowperthwait ‘55 Katharine Cowperthwait Dickens ‘49 Kenneth Dreyfuss Katherine Kershbaum Evans ‘85 Sarah and Thomas Fernley III ‘59 Kathy and Jason Foote Chanda Miller and Todd Franzen Kara and John Gaghan III Sandra Glendinning William J. Harries ‘93 Mark A. Harrington ‘76 Pamela von Seldeneck Harris ‘81** and Thomas Harris Ellen Nalle Hass ‘77 and Jay Hass Sally and Craig Johnson Elaine Endres Kelton ‘58 Sharon Kershbaum ‘88 Barbara and John Kimberly Heather and Stephen P. Lamberton ‘95 Cindy and Charles Landreth ‘66 Sarah and Ted Lodge ‘74 Louis N. Cassett Foundation Mairi Luce and Geoffrey Bird Michael W. Malone ‘00 Tracy and Andrew Matthes

Cristina and William McDowell III ‘75 Jennifer James McHugh ‘84 and Burton McHugh Jr. Charles K. McManus ‘66 Joseph L. Messa ‘80 Diane Hershock and Robert Middleberg Cynthia and Thomas Mollen Carolyn Sagendorph Montgomery ‘67 J. Tucker Moodey ‘81 Randal Morgan Jr. ‘65 Meredith Morris Newton ‘55 Dedie Stout Nutt ‘69 Ocean Reef Community Foundation Inc. David Orthwein Philadelphia Foundation Philadelphia Insurance Companies Gerald Quill Amanda and James Rice II Candace Baldwin Richards ‘63 Edward C. Rorer ‘61 Jennifer and Matthew Rusk Donna and Robert Schapiro Ellen Sisle and Kenneth Schotsch David J. Shaw ‘76 Marjorie Kershbaum Shiekman ‘67** Laina and Jed Silversmith Carol and Pete Smith II ‘61 Cameron and John Soroko Danielle and Don Spragan Linda Stanley ‘66 Susan Hine Stanley ‘62 and Peter G. Stanley ‘60 Joly Walton Stewart ‘48 Newbold Strong ‘47 Beth Somers Stutzman ‘76 John Talbot II ‘90 Carol and Donald Tornetta Elizabeth Van Vleck Margaret B. Wallis Diana Chapman Walsh ‘62 Fenglin Wang `20

Wenping Zheng and Wei Wang J. Bruce Whelihan ‘60 Tina Bromley White ‘69 and Thomas R. White ‘60 Whitehall Foundation, Inc. John Wolf ‘66 Patricia Weaver Wurts ‘59 and Clarence Wurts ‘58 Collaborators $1,000 - $1,499 Bluestone Foundation Jonathan C. Bogert ‘85 Radcliffe Cheston II ‘65 W. Morgan Churchman III ‘60 Anita and Theodore Clattenburg Jr. ‘59 Veronica and Robert Connor Lora Jo Stalnaker Dickhart ‘70 Mary Lame Dunn ‘65 William T. Eastman ‘87 Michelle Vichnin and Mitchell Edelson Alyssa and Jason Edwards Kimberly and William Freeman ‘91 Mindy and William Glassman Joan Mellor Goodman ‘65 Dale and Jay Gress II Robert Haig ‘58 Emily and Trace Hawkins Anne Gisburne Hess ‘62 Jacqueline H. Himes Natalie and Ralph Hirshorn ‘56 Henry Hoerner III Sarah Millet and Spencer Hoffman Sheila Hudson Ning Yan and Yong Jia JM Search & Company Claire Lalonde ’26 Emilie and Peter Lapham Ilea and Ed Lauerman Sydney Lea Jr. ‘60 Elizabeth Taylor Lukens ‘62 and Robert Lukens ‘58

Daniel McGowan ‘83 Virginia Judson McNeil ‘81 and Collin F. McNeil ‘68 Barbara Baldwin Miller ‘57 and Ludlow Miller Susan Otto Quaker City Foundation Susan and Andrew Roberts Gerald B. Rorer ‘60 Lisa and Matthew Schwenderman Mary Oakes Skinner Smith ‘59 Joan Gilbert Thayer ‘50 Thomas N. Trapnell ‘68 UGI Storage Company Clifford Ward Caren Ericksen Wilcox ‘60 Hanna and Leon Zanger Rachael and Douglas Zinser Associate Members $250 - $1,499 Young Alumni within 15 years of graduation: 2005-2019 Alexandra DeGeorge ‘14 Sarah Edelson ’19 George V. Hearn ‘09 James T. Hearn ‘12 Louise Hearn ‘10 Audrey Hinchey ‘17 Madeline Hinchey ‘13 Thomas J. Hogan ‘14 Sadie Mendlow ‘12 Ross A. Richardson ‘07 Victoria C. Richardson ’15 Elizabeth Sedran ‘12 Samuel W. Shropshire ‘13 Ethan B. Springer ‘16 Eleanor Testa ‘08

2019-2020 Wissahickon Leadership Society Committee Philip Clay '70 John S. Detweiler Sr. '91 Jennifer Dolente Pamela von Seldeneck Harris '81 Maria Sordoni Hudacek '02 Gretchen Schaefer Jackson '55 David Junkin Caroline Estey King Ashley Via Maass '03 Virginia Markos Sadie Mendlow '12 Ludlow Miller Kristin Norton Liz Pearson Sally Ellis Quale '57 Gerald Quill, Co-Chair Marjorie Kershbaum Shiekman '67 Co-Chair Claudia Springer James Talbot II h'81 Kim Whetzel h'17 Mims Zabriskie

† Deceased | **2019-2020 Member of the Board of Trustees

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All gifts make a difference. Special thanks to the following donors who made gifts up to $999 in

Gifts to All Funds

support of our faculty, staff, and students.

Anonymous Donors (10) Helen B. Abraham ‘61 Ruth and Marshall Abramson Wallace K. Achenbach ‘58 ACME Neysa Adams Stacey Julye and Angelo Adson Sr. Guilliaem Aertsen IV ‘66 Charles A. Affel ‘65 John H. Affel ‘70 Martha and Williams Agate Jr. Crystal Ahmed Tyler P. Ahrenhold ‘07 AIAA Foundation Patrice Aitken Andaiye Al-Uqdah and Tarik Vance-Harris Terri and Shamsuddin Al’Hadi Leah and Chris Albright Sarah and Frank Aloise Jr. ha Courtney Altemus Lawrence and Dorothy Altemus David M. R. Ambler ‘75 Ambulatory Surgical Services, Inc. Debra Amoroso ha and Gaetano Amoroso Meghan Squire and Harold Anderson III Marylouise Bilski Anderson ‘56 Andrew Allen Charitable Foundation Colleen and Thomas Andrews Ashley and Keith Angell Jr. Hildy Armour ‘69 Christine and William Arnold Margaret McElroy Arundel ‘54 Kimberly M. Ashby ’07 Duffield Ashmead IV ‘76 Mary Saunders Ashmead ‘47 Joshua H. Atkins ‘92 Kimberly and Michael Attanasio Mary Ellen and Edward Aversa Jr. h’15 Bacchus Market & Catering

Maureen and Tayo Badejoko Gyong Bak ‘04 Margaret Kerr Baker ‘62 Margaret and Joel Baker Sandra Gubb Baker ‘70 Amy Banse ‘77 Mary Lloyd Barlow ‘59 Barrist Family Foundation Natalie and Michael Barrist Harvey Bartle IV ‘91 David C. Bartlett ‘90 John B. Bartlett† Jon R. Bartlett ‘94 Zana Bass Dorsey Gray Battin ‘57 Gabrielle Baugh Eileen Baughan Julia Moorhead Baumberger ‘02 and James Baumberger ‘02 Mary Fox Baurmeister ‘55 Nancy Dunning Baxter ‘66 and Justin M. Baxter ‘66 Autumn Bayles Kristin and Jonathan Beatty ‘96 Katie and Walter Bechtold Marta and Charles Becker Jackson B. Beecham ‘60 C. Marshall Bell Jean and Louis Belmonte Stephen L. Belmonte ‘95 Hope and John Bennett Jr. ‘57 Perry Benson Jr. ‘65 Brendan Benzing Edna and David Berg Corinne and Aaron Bergmann Bessemer Trust Company Charlotte Cheston Betancourt ‘61 Frances Betancourt ‘99 Annette Beyer-Mears ‘59

Reena Gherwada and Parth Bhatt BHC Holdings, Inc. Katherine Boothby Bickford ‘00 Charlene Bierl and Youngmoo Kim** Terry Bisbee ‘57 Gina Conrad Black ‘74 Carol and John Blagojevic Bridget and Brian Blake** Laura Miller Bland ‘83 Janet and Stephen Blenheim Bonnie and Luke Bloy Shawn Blue ‘96 Bluestone Foundation Anne Garnett Boenning ‘41 Jonathan C. Bogert ‘85 Meaghan and Joseph Bonavita Mary-Helen Sheppard Boothby ‘68 and Richard Boothby ‘66 Sarah Boothby ‘07 Kirstin and Nick Bosch The Boston Family Office Douglas J. Bouquard III ‘99 Kara Daddario Bown ‘04 and John A. Bown ‘04 Box Tops for Education Jeanine Brotherston Braak ‘97 and Christopher Braak Phillip S. Brackin Jr. ‘89 Linda and Paul Bradbury Samuel Bradbury IV ‘61 Peter P. Bradley ‘66 Stephanie Sen and Stephan Brandstadter Matthew Brandt Ann Breen Dallas Collingwood Briney ‘62 Charles Brinley III ‘88 W. Frazier Brinley ‘64 Joan Hunsberger Bromage ‘56 Gretchen Yocom Brookes ‘56

Wanda Brooks and Will Jordan Clinton H. Brown Jr. ‘56 Dena and Wayne Brown Jr. F. Pemberton Brown ‘02 Lisa Brown Melissa Blue Brown ‘87 and Roderick Brown Priscilla Brown Sally Cook Brown ‘48 Sarah Hopkins Brown ‘63 Elizabeth Sturges Browne ‘58 Sarah and Lawrence Brownell ‘50† Sarah W. Brownell Kelly and Keith Brundin

Children in the Early Childhood Center practice the fundamentals of a healthy lifestyle.

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The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Alicia Buck Noreen and Gerald Buck Melissa Spinelli Bullitt ‘93 and John Bullitt ‘95 Lynn Burke Ashley Burkert Li ‘03 Sarah Huggins Burrall ‘71 Sarah Price Bush ‘61 Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools Richard McCall Cadwalader ‘70 Colleen and Pasquale Caione Judith Callas ha and James Callas


Rashad I. Campbell ‘08** Annabelle and Douglas Canning Caroline Canning ‘14 Deborah and Patrick Cannon David J. Cantor ‘73 Carla Canuso ‘80 Martha and Peter Capano ha Capitol Strategies Group, LLC Jennifer Caraballo Miguel Carattini Anthony C. Cardona ‘07 Mary Cardona h’12 and Joseph Cardona Susan and John Carnwath Jr. ‘60 Meg and David Carpenter Elise Wallace Carr ‘62 Meghan Carr

Aubrey Carter ‘23 Stephanie and Russell Carter Angela and Gregory Case The Dorothy V. Cassard Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation Lisa Castro ha Daniella and Andrew Cavenagh Nancy Center Central Pennsylvania Scholarship Fund Kelly and David Champagne Vanessa Chan** and Mark van der Helm Julie Moldenhauer and David Chandler Lara and Ho Chang Bonnie Wallace Chapman ‘59 JoAnn and Jeffrey Chapman Charles E. Ellis Fund

Dirty hands are a proud token of SCH’s outdoor learning experiences.

Amy and Jorge Chavez Jody and Michael Cheeseborough II Renee Chenault-Fattah** and Chaka Fattah Frank Chernak Eugene M. Cheston Jr. ‘52 Morris Cheston III ‘88 James Cheston II ‘92 Melinda Cheston ‘85 Radcliffe Cheston II ‘65 W. Morgan Churchman III ‘60 Linda Schumann Civitello ‘70 Edward T. Claghorn ‘70 Donald A. Clarke ‘60 Anita and Theodore Clattenburg Jr. ‘59 Anne Clattenburg ‘56 Elizabeth Clausen-Ryales ‘72 Julie and Peter Clay ‘75 Lydia Kenworthy Clay ‘71 and Philip Clay ‘70 Louisa Bartle Clayton ‘89 John Clement III Bradley Clements ‘80 Nancy Muth Clements ‘52 Isaac H. Clothier IV ‘49 Susanna Coates Sally Frick Cockayne ‘60 Rosemarie and Thomas Cockill h’18 Joyce Cohen Sandra and Herbert Cohen Wendy Shiekman Cohen ‘98 Patricia Canby Colhoun ‘58 Melissa Colina ‘10 Comcast Corporation Marci and Ian Comisky The Comisky Family Foundation Trust Community Foundation of New Jersey Christy Concannon ’80 Wendy Romig Concannon ‘82 and Michael Concannon Susan Condo

Lynn and Ken Conlin Veronica and Robert Connor A. Lee Conrad III ‘68 Raymond G. Console ‘71 Margaret M. Conver h’09 and David W. Conver Christina and Jeff Cook Sara Cooke David Cool Michelle and Robert Cooney Jr. Carrie and Allan Cooper III David R. Cooper ‘71 Copernicus Society of America William C. Corson ‘78 Laura Breen Cortes ‘06 and Danny Cortes ‘05 Sarah and Joseph Corvasce Marissa and Michael Costonis Sr. Kimberly Maron Coughlin ‘00 and Ryan Coughlin Christopher Hale Cowperthwait ‘58 and James B. Cowperthwait ‘55 Nancy Craft Martha Crowell ha Ann Csink Jennifer Culbert Katherine Cunningham Minevitz ‘73 Barclay Cunningham Allison and Ryan Curry Alison von Clemm Curtis ‘55 and John Curtis ‘54 Judith Curtis ‘56 Customlnk LLC Carlee D’Amato Richard C. Dale Jr. ‘66 Katherine Daley Francesca and R. Bruce Dalglish Charles A. Darlington III ‘67 Karin and Timothy Davis Elizabeth Dawson Allison Day ’15 Cynthia Orr Day ‘73 and Keith Day Tom Day ha

Isabel de Koninck and Roni Handler Rene deBerardinis h’19 and Ronald deBerardinis Alexandra DeGeorge ‘14 Erin and James DeGeorge Ishaq Deis h’19 Carl H. Delacato Jr. ‘73 Anne Longstreth Delay ‘60 James F. Delehaunty Francis DeTorro Gail and John S. Detweiler Sr. ‘91** Runqing Diao Gabriela Diaz-Davalos Marilyn and Stephen Dicke ‘60 Katharine Cowperthwait Dickens ‘49 Lora Jo Stalnaker Dickhart ‘70 Peter DiDonato ha Anne Carpenter Dillon ‘48 Brooke and Anthony DiMarco Corinne Dionne Michael F. Disston ‘69 DLL Amanda Rappaport Dobbins ‘91 Doe Run Dairy, LLC Patricia Hyndman Doggett ‘68 Jennifer and Stephen Dolente Karen Quinn Doman ‘65 and Bruce Doman ‘64 Mary Ann Domanska ha and Andrew Domanski Kathryn and William Donato Jr. Susan and William Doran** Waneta Wills Doriss ‘70 and David Doriss ‘67 Megan and Brian Dougherty Colin Doyle Erik Dreisbach ha Kenneth Dreyfuss Alec Druggan ‘17 Pia and Stephen Druggan** Anne Du Bois ‘78

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Gifts to All Funds Middle School students use a lightbox in art class to trace a mandala pattern.

Genny Boccardo-Dubey and Frank Dubey Deborah Baggs Ducar ‘59 Michael D. Duffey ‘12 Maureen Duffy Susan Saltonstall Duncan ‘74 Ray Dundas Kimberlie and Raymond Dundas Mary Lame Dunn ‘65 Louise and Roger Dunnavan Lindsay Raden Dwyer ‘03 William and Catherine Eagleson Karen Partridge Earley ‘78 William T. Eastman ‘87 Kim Eberle-Wang ha and Hoau-Yan Wang Andrea and Benjamin Eckert Michelle Vichnin and Mitchell Edelson Sarah Edelson 2019 Alyssa and Jason Edwards Edith Baird Eglin ‘53 Christine and Mike Ehnow Patricia and John Emery Cecilia Dee and Sarah Englander Kevin Engleman h’14 Katharine Hardy Erskine ‘80 Elisabeth Turman Ervin ‘50 and Robert Ervin Marcia and Andrew Evans ‘90 Katherine Kershbaum Evans ‘85 Thomas G. Evans Jr. ‘87 Exelon Corporation Liane Faermann Tiara and Joseph Falcone III Michelle and Andrew Farbstein Jennifer and Peter Farnum Jr. ‘93 Linda Pamp Farnum ‘69 and Peter Farnum ‘67 Kayla Farrer Alexander Feldman ‘86 Sheila Ferguson Sarah and Thomas Fernley III ‘59 Allison Abramson Ferrante ‘89

Peter S. Ferraro ‘13 Leigh and Brian Filippini Kelly and Archibald Filshill Joan Eddleman Finerty ‘56 Sarah and Brian Finn Betty Ann Fish ha Elizabeth and Dave Fish Kathleen Fisher Ellen Fishman ha Carol and James Fitzgerald III Melissa Fitzgerald ‘83 Jean and J. Michael Fitzpatrick Holly and Greg Flanagan Brendan K. Flatow ‘94 Gerald B. Flershem ‘66 Camille Focarino and Nicholas Bardon-deSegonzac Kimberly Miller Fogarty ‘78 Kathy and Jason Foote Karin and John Ford Stuart Forer ‘59 Elizabeth W. Fox Sarah and Jonathan Frank ‘69 Sarah Frank ‘00 Alexis Frankel John Franklin Kay Tucker Franklin ‘69 and Stephen Franklin Chanda Miller and Todd Franzen Becky and B. Graeme Frazier IV Barbara Peake Frazier ‘57 Katharine Ash Freeman ‘44 Margaret Davison Freeman ‘62, h’04 Kimberly and William Freeman ‘91 Katy and Jason Friedland Friends of Education, LLC Guy A. Fritts ‘61 John M. Fruncillo ‘65 Leslee Frye Ziyu Fu ‘20 Fido Fund at The San Diego Foundation

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Eleanore Hoeffel Gadsden ‘65 Kara and John Gaghan III William Gallagher Marion Ellis Garrett ‘65 Gabrielle Pittman Gary ‘02 Allison Gatter Carolyn Gehr ha Jennifer and Alfred Gellhorn Margaret Elias Gerety ‘98 Carol and Ronald Giannone Tracy and Scott Gindea Nathalie Peeters and Luca Giordano Janet Giovinazzo h’01 and Robert Giovinazzo Kathryn Giovinazzo ha and Anthony Giovinazzo Jr.† Lindsay and Edward Glassman ‘03 Mindy and William Glassman Heather and Bruce Glendinning ‘78 Sandra Glendinning Angela and Craig Godshall Amy Goldberg Natalie and Jay Goldberg Michael Golden** Maryalice Cheney and Scott Goldman Ashley Douglas and Alexander Goldsmith Joan Mellor Goodman ‘65 Ellen Longstreth Goodwin ‘63 and E. Howard Goodwin Jr. ‘63 Margaret and Read Goodwin ‘93 Anjali and Anuj Goswami Margaret Grady ha Francis C. Grant III ‘61 Mary and Richard Grant Thomas Grant ‘96 Kymberly Truman Graves ‘83** Melanie Graves ‘17 Elizabeth Elkins Gray ‘55 Jane Webster Gray ‘71 Diane and F. George Green Jr. Jill Greenberg Laynie and Scott Greenberg ‘91


Nancy Greene ‘63 Tracy and Murray Greenfield Heather and Stewart Greenleaf Jr. ‘96** Emery Maine Greenwood ‘06 and Thomas Greenwood III ‘01 Fraser S. Greenwood ‘03 Sandra and Thomas Greenwood Jr. ‘68 Kristy Gregory and Jonathan Strickland Debra Gress ‘87, h’16 and David Jansen Dale and Jay Gress II Jay Gress ‘90 Catharine Peters Gribbel-Beautyman ‘62 Judith Gray Grieve ’55 Lisa and Daniel Griffin ‘00 Clare and Charles Grogan ha Laird Grant Groody ‘63 Clark Groome ‘60 Harry C. Groome III `55 Danielle Gross Joshua Grossman ‘04 Charles Gummey Jr. ‘59 Ronna and Noel Gyllenhaal John and Janet Haas Katharine and John Hager Robert Haig ‘58 Robert E. Haimes ‘98 Melissa and Josh Haims Calvert Hall Charita Hall Clare and Christopher Hall Claire Julia Good ‘00 and Matthew J. Hall ‘00 Elizabeth Nott Hall ‘82 and Roger Hall ‘82 Theodore Hammett ‘63 Sarita Smith Hanley ‘80 Rebecca and William Hannigan Ann Shettle Hansen 1980 Mary Ann and Al Hanus Elizabeth Clattenburg Harkins ‘04 Linda Newton Harlan ‘58

Anita and Orest Harmaty Darryl V. Harper ‘86 William J. Harries ‘93 Mark A. Harrington ‘76 John L. Harris Jr. `09 Kevin Harris Madeline Harris ‘17 Pamela von Seldeneck Harris ‘81** and Thomas Harris William Harris ‘16 Alice Wieland Harrison ‘55 Cameron Harrop `24 Catriona and Daniel Harrop Gordon Harrop ’20 Charlotte Hass ‘09 Ellen Nalle Hass ‘77 and Jay Hass John B. Hass ‘12 Robert Hass ‘16 Jeffrey Hastings ‘72 Charles J. Hatfield II ’55† Emily and Trace Hawkins Jessica and David Hayne** Margaret and Richard Hayne George V. Hearn ‘09 James T. Hearn ‘12 Louise Hearn ‘10 Suzette and Peter Hearn Cynthia and Martin Heckscher ‘52 Oksana and Stevens Heckscher II Sarah Heckscher ha Monique and Keith Hendricks Henkels Foundation Jonathan D. Herbst Jr. ‘94 Herman Goldner Co., Inc. Sharon Herzog Anne Gisburne Hess ‘62 Pamela Warwick Hewetson ‘66 Dolores and Thomas Higgins Emily Hill ‘99 Jessie Hill ‘72 Peter Hill ‘96 Jacqueline H. Himes

Audrey Hinchey ‘17 Madeline Hinchey ‘13 Patricia and Thomas Hinchey Lucy and Paul Hines h’03 Natalie and Ralph Hirshorn ‘56 W. Anthony Hitschler ‘56† Henry Hoerner III Sarah Millet and Spencer Hoffman James W. Hogan ‘67 Terrence R. Hogan ‘69 Thomas J. Hogan ‘14 Thomas J. Hogan III ‘65 Ann Staman Hollingworth ‘65 Glen Holmberg ‘82 Jeffrey and Marjorie Honickman Beatrice and Richard Hood Quita Woodward Horan ‘52† Charles and Tricia Horter Marianne Raynor Hottenstein ‘57 Carol and James Hovey The Hovey Foundation Lisa Webb Howe ‘68 and Arthur Howe IV ‘68 Mallory Howe Haowei Huang and Ryan Song Maria Sordoni Hudacek ‘02 and Stephen Hudacek Stephen and Maria Hudacek Family Foundation Fund Amber Hudson-Roberson Sheila Hudson Kelly and Jeff Hughes Ann Merritt Hunter ‘57 Jill and Gerald Hutchinson Patricia Foster Hutchinson ‘59 Pemberton Hutchinson Jeannie Hutter ‘76 Diana Hearst Ikeda ‘78 Robert Ingersoll III ‘56 Dorothy Mather Ix ‘81 and Raymond Ix Jr. J. P. Mascaro & Sons

Charles Jackson Gretchen Schaefer Jackson ‘55 Erin Jacobson Elaine and Robert Jacoby Nina and Albers Jaeger William James ‘87 Elizabeth Hord Jameson ’65 Judith McCabe Jarvis ‘77

Nicholas H. Jones ‘04 Colleen Joy ha and David Joy Barbara and David Junkin Alexandra Kahoe Courtney and Steve Kapp** Victoria Gillespie Kapuni ‘60 Ilene and Paul Kates ‘87 Leah and Philip Katz

The Jamie Bell ’78 Fund gives motivated Upper School music students a recording studio experience.

James Jennings ‘55 Jinya Jennings ha Jewish Scholarship, LLC Ning Yan and Yong Jia JM Search & Company Ryan and Timothy Johansson Valerie Robinson and Carlton Johnson Sally and Craig Johnson Louise Roberts Johnston ‘58

Marnie and Gerrit Keator h’79 Laura Keim and Stephen Hague Ann Walker Kelly ‘82 Christina Morse Kelly ‘87 and Michael Kelly Keri and David Kelly Virginia Kelly ‘12 Elaine Endres Kelton ‘58

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Gifts to All Funds

Sean Kenny ‘14 Lyn and William Kenny Chloe A. Kent ’29 Aimee Keough h’20 and Martin Keough Sharon Kershbaum ‘88 Jennifer Henfey and Thomas Kessler ‘88** Jennifer Steinbrook Ketler ‘87 Mana Khandvala ‘85 and John Edwards Kilduff Family Foundation James A. Kilduff Julia Kilduff ‘02 Connie Kilfeather h’16 and Richard Kilfeather† Barbara and John Kimberly

I WAS REALLY ABLE TO HIT THE GROUND RUNNING AT PRINCETON SOCIALLY, ACADEMICALLY, AND EXTRACURRICULARLY BECAUSE OF THE REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE MY CHA EDUCATION PROVIDED. I WANT TO DO MY SMALL PART TO SUPPORT INNOVATIVE PROGRAMS AT SCH SO THAT OTHER YOUNG WOMEN AND MEN CAN HAVE EVEN BETTER OPPORTUNITIES. ~ JOSHUA ATKINS `92

Polly Kimberly Caroline and Adrian King Sally Du Bois Kingsley ‘76 and Robert L. Kingsley ‘75 Carol Adams Kirshner ‘67 Susanna Kise ‘97 Nancy Kiss Dana Rapoport and Brett Kizner David Kleinfelder ‘71 Susan Stroud Kleinfelder ‘76 and John Kleinfelder ‘76 Evan G. Klinefelter ’00 Eileen and Richard Knox Megan and Richard Knox ‘92 Karen Kolkka ha Linda and James Kollmar Sarah McGehee Komisin ‘75 Maria and Christian Kosmin Abbey Krain Ian Kreher Kim Krieger ha Ellen Kruger ha Steve Krupnick Elisabeth and George Kunkel Jr. Ellen Kurtz ’83 Donald Kurz ‘67 Lea Manly-Power Kusner ‘68 G. Clayton Kyle ‘70 Maryellen and T. Rogers Kyle III ‘68 Marie and Frederick Lachat Jr. Claire Lalonde ’26 Julia and Hugh Lalonde Celeste and Robert Lamb Heather and Stephen P. Lamberton ‘95 Nicholas S. Lamont ‘56 Cindy and Charles B. Landreth ‘66 Kirsten Landreth ‘95 Muffie Mann Landreth ‘73 and Peter M. Landreth ‘68 Vanessa Madden and Michael Lane Emilie and Peter Lapham Daria Lapidus ’20

Jordan Lapidus ‘22 Margie Scherzer and Walter Lapidus Chantal Lapp Alexandra Ferguson Larkin ‘87 and Brian Larkin Eileen and Robert Larkin Ilea and Ed Lauerman Marisol and Tony Lauerman III Shawn Benoliel Lawrence ’78 Victoria McNeil Le Vine ‘75 Sydney Lea Jr. ‘60 David S. Leach ‘84 Vanessa Learnard ‘89 Caroline Lee Charles T. Lee III ‘74 David U. Lee ‘78 Linda and Charles Lehman Ashley Leichner ‘02 Amira Leifer Robert Leininger Ruth and G. Michael Lemole Jr. ‘87 Steven I. Lesser ‘68 Susan and Peter Levin Alexandra and Timothy Levin** The Le Vine Foundation Hillary Kruger and Judd Levingston Miranda Levingston ‘15 William Levy ‘71 Joanna McNeil Lewis ‘77 Laura Lewis ‘84 William Lewis ‘84 Valerie and Adam Lieberman Nancy and Paul Lightcap Deirdre and Patrick Lindsay** David C. Lindy ‘70 R. Patrick Link ‘95 Elizabeth Wistar Little ‘56 Anne Livezey ‘88 Eleanor M. Lloyd ’84 Eleanor P. Lloyd Frances Holland Lloyd ‘96

Thomas Lloyd ‘58 Sarah and Ted Lodge ‘74 Alexandra Logue ‘70 Lloyd Lohmeyer III ‘65 Alexa Lombardo ‘08 Michael Lonergan III ‘08 Regan and Michael Lonergan Jr. William Longstreth Jr. ‘67 Peggy Morris-Loughery and Eugene Loughery Sara Detweiler Loughman ’88 Louis N. Cassett Foundation Christel and Robert Loverd Mairi Luce and Geoffrey Bird Elizabeth Taylor Lukens ‘62 and Robert Lukens ‘58 Sonya and Charles Lynch Jr. ‘87 Thomas G. Lynch IV ‘87 Deidra Lyngard h’18 and Barry Lyngard Mandie and Blair Lyon Andrew M. MacBride ‘98 Stacey MacBride h’14 and J. Douglas MacBride ‘61 Laurie Macintosh ‘73 Caroline MacMoran and Joan Hooke Julia and Alexander MacMullan Maguire Enterprises II, L.P. Maguire Foundation Frannie† and James Maguire Lisa and James Maguire Jr. ‘78 Moya Kinnealey and Edward Mahlman Jennifer and Peter Mahoney Jodi and Brian Mahony Deborah Maine h’16** Jenifer and Ryan Major Douglas W. Malcolm ‘02 Maeve Malone Michael W. Malone ‘00 Polly Jenkins Man ‘60 Margaret Klein Mandell ‘69 Kelli and Jon Marans Lisa and Dominic Marchiano

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Fabian Marechal-Julbin and Robert Raymond Virginia** and Ronald Markos Andrea and Gregory A. Martin ‘89 Margaret Tyson Martinez ‘63 Zane and Jason Martino Nancy Barhite Mason ‘57 Jonathan M. Massari ‘87 Sarah Culp Massari ‘95 and Nathaniel Massari ‘96 Victor Mather II ‘55 Jennifer Stephenson Mathews ‘89 Tracy and Andrew Matthes Brooke and Josh Mattingly Joe May MBC Fund Christine and James McCabe III ‘80 Mary and Michael McCann Reenee McCann Bonnie and Peter McCausland Kristina and Christopher F. McCausland ‘00 The McCausland Foundation William McCook Jr. ‘58 Oona McCullough and Peter Rotelle Christina Seving McDonald ‘84 Cristina and William McDowell III ‘75 Joseph McErlean Marjorie Hays McFarland ‘62 Lindsay McGann ‘00 Edward H. McGehee Jr. ‘68 Anne McGill ’19 Lisa and John McGill Kimberly and Christopher McGowan ‘82 Daniel McGowan ‘83 Mindy and David McGrath Margaret McGreal ‘86 and Malcolm Youngren Irene McHenry Burton P. McHugh III ‘15 Jennifer James McHugh ‘84 and Burton McHugh Jr.


At the Early Childhood Center, spending time outdoors and working on nature-centered projects is an important part of the program. Here, the children collect acorns for math to count and sort into groups

Mary McKenna ha William J. McKinley III ‘70 Shayne McKinsey-Champeau ‘88 Thomas J. McLaughlin ‘87 Susan and Robert McLean II Robert T. McLean ‘01 Jill and Brian McLelland ‘82 Charles K. McManus ‘66 Virginia Judson McNeil ‘81 and Collin F. McNeil ‘68 Maria h’20 and Thomas McNichols Janice Lloyd McQuaid ‘57 Deidra McRae ha and Ronald McRae Madeleine and John McTigue Julia Lehman-McTigue and John McTigue Joseph Mechem Ella Stier Mecray ‘55 Louise Root Melby ‘73 Jaclyn Melfi James Mellor Jr. ‘63 Patricia Nesbitt Mellor ‘65 Ann Marie** and Michael Mendlow Sadie Mendlow ‘12 Bryan A. Merryman ‘80 Kathryn Mersky Karen and Michael Mersky Joseph L. Messa ‘80 The Metal Edge Co., Inc. Stacy Perper Methvin ‘75 Anne Grant Metzger ‘68 Diane Hershock and Robert Middleberg Katie and Justin Milgrim Stephanie Mill ha Eydie Miller-Ellis ‘77 Ellin Dixon Miller ‘75** Barbara Baldwin Miller ‘57 and Ludlow Miller Jennifer and Garrett Miller Lawrence Miller ‘71 Marion Benson Miller ‘60 Julia and Essex Mitchell

Jefferson M. Moak II ‘70 Sally Mobraaten ‘79 Cynthia and Thomas Mollen Ted Monaco Megan Monaghan and Daniel Boring Nicole and Thomas Monaghan Carolyn Sagendorph Montgomery ‘67 J. Tucker Moodey ‘81 Christine and Andrew Moore Patricia Mootz h’10 and James Mootz Jr. Ellen Borie Moreland ’75 Bruce F. Morgan ‘70 Randal Morgan Jr. ‘65 Jennifer and Robert Morris S. Houston Morris David Morrison ‘68 Susan Andress Morse ‘65 Robert Moskal Julie and Mark Motl Heather Murphy Kathryn and John J. Murphy Mary Lichtenstein Myers Searels ‘70 Ned Nalle ‘72 Lion Nealy ‘02 Thomas Neely ‘86 Kristin and Craig Neverosky Leslie Connor Newbold ‘86 and William Newbold Edith Newhall ‘69 Virginia Strong Newlin ‘38 Meredith Morris Newton ‘55 Jessica and Matthew Norcini Christian Hovey Norpel ‘89 Charles M. Norris Jr. ‘69 Mary and Stephen Norris ‘72 Maureen and Herbert Northrop Kristin and David Norton Dedie Stout Nutt ‘69 Patricia Flynn and Alan O’Connor Siobhan O’Connor Elizabeth O’Flanagan-Walder and Jonathan Walder

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Gifts to All Funds

Cynthia Morrow O’Keefe ‘72 and William O’Keefe Jr. Anne O’Malley David K. O’Neil Allison O’Neill ha and Charles O’Neill Francis G. B. O’Neill ‘98 Mari-Beth O’Neill ‘75 Judith McGill O’Rourke ‘57 and Thomas B. O’Rourke Ocean Reef Community Foundation Inc. Mary and John Mark Ockerbloom Schaundra Oliver and Henry Oliver† Margit Olson and Marianne Maloy Dale and Steven Orman ‘63 Cynthia Orr Day ‘73 and Keith Day Grace Ortelere ‘08 David Orthwein Louise Ottilo Susan Otto Tamara Leon-Palfrey and Mark Palfrey Misty and Grant Palmer SCH Parents’ Association Park Lexington Advisors LLC Janie and Christopher Parker Jinnette Parker ‘74 Ketsia and Edwitch Paul Nicholas B. Paumgarten ‘63 Cameron and David Peake ‘62 Jennifer and Johnston Pearcy II Elizabeth and Stephen Pearson Jr. ‘69 Liz and Philip Pearson ‘86 Margaret Newbold Pearson ‘45 Marian Pearson ‘64 Susan and Robert Peck ‘70** Sandra Martin Pedrick ‘58 Herbert Peluzzo Jr. ‘02 Pennsylvania EITC/OSTC Scholarship #2, LLC Janet Perper Laurie Perper ‘79 Elizabeth Hagar Perrott ‘55 Marta and Joseph Perry

Paulding Phelps ‘51 The Philadelphia Foundation Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company Philadelphia Insurance Companies Peter Phillips ‘64 Stephen Phillips ‘67 Piatkowski, LLC Tracy and Adam Piatkowski George Morris Piersol III ‘70 Edward J. Piszek Jr. ‘62 Sarah and Daniel Popescu Deborah Popky ‘83 Jenna and Saburah Posner Margaret Estes Powell ‘51 Andrea and William Pownall III Kimmell Proctor Yun Qiu Quaker City Foundation Sally Ellis Quale ‘57 Lisa Queeno Gerald Quill Denise and Shawn Quinn Olivia and Timothy Rabe Jessica Rabinowitz ’20 Justin Rabinowitz `18 Seth Rabinowitz ‘18 Susan and Mark Rabinowitz Rose Randall Hampton C. Randolph Jr. ‘61 David Rauch Ellen Reath ‘69 Recyclebank, LLC Alan L. Reed Heather Knopf and Thomas Reeves Susan and William Regli Kathy and Thomas Reilly Jane and Charles Reitmeyer Lisa Renner Pepper Johnson Rexford ‘92 and Jeffrey Rexford Elizabeth and Hal Reynolds

Susan Reynolds ‘67 Margaret Boyd Rhoads ‘46 Amanda and James Rice II Lucile Rice Culp ‘08 and Thomas Culp III ‘08 Pamela and Alexander Rice Candace Baldwin Richards ‘63 Jill and Thomas Richards Allyson Abbott and John Richardson Ross A. Richardson ‘07 Victoria Richardson ’15 Peter H. Ripley ‘85 Dorothy Ritchie-Valhouli ‘68 Marguerite and Timothy Rivinus ‘57 Robert C. White Rowing Trust David Roberts h’15 Susan and Andrew Roberts Celeste D. Roberts-Ruffin Charlotte Landreth Rodgers ‘62 Chelsey Roebuck ‘06 Victoria Roebuck ‘08 Ann Peirce Roessle ‘10 Margaret Rhoda Rohtla ‘80 A. Kreamer Rooke ‘02 Margarita and Andrew Rooke Schuyler W. Rooke ‘08 Taylor A. Rooke ‘06 William Roper III ‘57 Edward C. Rorer ‘61 Gerald B. Rorer ‘60 Herbert T. Rorer ‘64 The Rorer Foundation, Inc. Tania and Thomas Rorke Staci and Jack Rosenbloom Lavinia Lamont Rosenthal ‘52 Diane Ross ha Wilson S. Ross ‘46 Judith Rossman Elisabeth Roxby ‘85 Elizabeth Pincus Rubin ‘74 Elizabeth Graham-Rubin and Harvey Rubin

Irma and Henry Rubin Edward Ruegg Jr. ‘84 Gabriella Ruffin ‘11 Anne Straus Rusk ‘53 and John Rusk Jennifer and Matthew Rusk John Ryan Jr. ‘68 S. Spencer Scott Fund, Inc. Margaret and Timothy Sager Elizabeth McCausland Salata ‘02** and Kyle Salata David Salmanson ha Anne Bregy Saltman ‘70 Alison and Thomas Samph Priscilla G. Sands ha and John Berg Christine Saraco Elenore Saunders ‘14 Carolyn Sawin ‘83 Janet Sawin ‘80 David and Jinny Saylor Susan and Thomas Scanlin Michael J. Scannell ‘76 Dorothy Osgood Scarborough ‘54 SCH Academy Scholarship #1, LLC Stephanie B. Schade ‘89 Laura Daley and Alexander Schall Donna and Robert Schapiro Mary and David Scheuermann Jenna Schieber Luciana Wagner Schonenberg ‘57 Ellen Sisle and Kenneth Schotsch Vicky Schreiber Lisa and Matthew Schwenderman Christine and Michael Sciarrotta Allison Scott ‘74 Evelyn Price Scott ’44 Samuel Scott ‘68 Karen Scullion ha Elizabeth Sedran ‘12 Martha Levine and Howard Sedran Judy Seibert Donald Seifert Joyce Seiferth h’20

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Peter Selover and Carmen Morrissey Jasmine and Jay Sessoms Michelle Mayer and Mark Shahin Barry T. Shannon ‘70 Courtney Collins-Shapiro and Seth Shapiro Liliane Sharpless ‘04 David J. Shaw ‘76 Amy Tyler Shea ‘87 and John Shea Peter Shelly ‘81 Jim and Lesley Shepard Sheppard Family Charitable Fund Charles Sheppard II Edgar Sheppard Jr. ‘42 Edgar Sheppard III ‘72 Leah Smith Sheppard ‘84 Sally Sheppard ‘72 Adam Sherland Marjorie Kershbaum Shiekman ‘67** Shoparoo Jeanne Shotzbarger ‘08 Rabbi Henry M. Shreibman ‘70 Diane and Kenneth Shropshire Samuel W. Shropshire ‘13 Daniel B. Shuptar ‘05 Rebecca Shuttleworth Ruth and John Sigmund Monica Doran-Siltman and Claude Siltman Rachael and Danny Silva Laina and Jed Silversmith Susan Silversmith Barbara Simmonds ‘91 Susan Simon Ellen Simons ‘68 Anne Sims ‘64 David L. Sims ‘72 Peyton and John Sise ‘61 Stuart Skinner Jr. ‘64 Lornie and Samuel Slater


Lower School girls cook up mashed potatoes for the Meals on Wheels dinners that they prepare each year as part of their Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service activities.

Alexandra Smilow ‘16 Kathleen Byers Smilow ‘79 and William Smilow Carol and Pete Smith II ‘61 Claudia Masko Smith ‘01 Edward C. Smith ‘79 Edward Smith ‘62 Erik Smith Leslie Smith ‘89 Mary Minor Smith Mary Oakes Skinner Smith ‘59 Meredith S.S. Smith Miles Smith ‘83 Peter D. Smith ‘79 Rebecca Smith Sarah Smith

Stanley H. Smith ‘79 Mariana and Alan Sorensen Amy Calderoni and David Sonnet Cameron and John Soroko Caroline Morgan Southall ‘55 Karl Spaeth† James Spagnoletti Katrina and Daniel Spillane Cheryl and Gene Spirito Danielle and Don Spragan Sprague Foundation Robert H. Spratt Jr. ‘84 Ethan B. Springer ‘16 Claudia and Jay Springer Hilary and Gerald Stahlecker Blair Stambaugh

Anne and Baird Standish Ellen and Eric Stang Linda Stanley ‘66 Susan Hine Stanley ‘62 and Peter G. Stanley ‘60 Staritch Foundation, Inc. Emily Churchman Starr ‘55 and Harold P. Starr ‘50 Susan and Charles Stauffer Jr. Margaret Steele h’12 Eva Stehle h’14 Andrea and Scott Stein ha Edwina Stelman Emilie and Kirk Stensrud Ellen Stern ha Caitlin and Jason Stevens Nadine Badger Stevenson ‘90** and Matthew Stevenson Joly Walton Stewart ‘48 Grace and Richard Stewart Sara Brady Stewart ‘94 and Richard Stewart Katherine Jones Stillwell ‘79 Glenna and Matthew Stone Ann Storonas ha Gwendolyn Stout Anne Stout ha and Morris A. Stout IV ‘71 Anne Paul Streeter ‘44 Newbold Strong ‘47 Sally and James Studdiford III Beth Somers Stutzman ‘76 Danielle Summers and James Semen Kristen Suplick Christine Walker Swartz ‘91 and Steve Swartz Jenny Sweeney Carie and Shandor Szalay John Talbot II ‘90 Nina Sinkler Talbot ‘65 and James Talbot II h’81 Joanne and Ron Tattersall Abby Taylor

David Taylor Stuart Taylor Jr. ‘66 Autumn Temple ‘12 Eleanor Testa ‘08 Joan Gilbert Thayer ‘50 Pamela Rosser Thistle ‘86 and Michael Thistle Taylor Thomas ‘84 Aires and Terry Thompson Mary and Algot Thorell Jr. Elizabeth Lewis Thorp ‘74 Jessica and John Tiffany Honey and Barry Tishgart Anna Toogood ‘63 Patrick J. Toomey ‘99 Susan C. Toomey h’15 Laurene and Andrew Topping** Carol and Donald Tornetta Robert Torrey Jr. ‘68 Dylan Tracy ’10 Karen Tracy ha and Ernest Tracy III Thomas N. Trapnell ‘68 Kathryn Trayes Megan Traversari and Neil Oxford Susan Matlack Troemel ‘82 Stacye and Charles Trulear V Christopher M. Turman ‘90 Jeanne Borie Tustian ‘58 Nancy Starr Tyson ‘55 Jennie Riette Udell ‘00 UGI Storage Company UHS of Pennsylvania Martha Valciukas ha and Stanley Valciukas Bonnie and James Van Alen II Landis Fernley Van Alen ‘90 Carol and Joseph Van Sciver III Elizabeth Van Vleck Lorise Van Voorthuizen-Seifert Ashley Vandegrift ‘92 Heather and Leor Veleanu

Denise and Richard Velardi Victory Foundation Jeanne and Samuel Vinovich Mellen and Brian Vogt** William T. and Lorine E. Vogt Charitable Foundation Peter B. von Hemert ‘72 Felix von Moschzisker Judith and G. Clay von Seldeneck Priscilla and L. Wood von Seldeneck Jr. Carolyn Kiss Wadsworth ‘04 Alice and D.W. Wainwright Douglas and Robert Wainwright Anthea Waleson ha James S. Walker Jr. ‘94 Martha Brownell Walker ‘58 Sharyn and James Walker Margaret B. Wallis Diana Chapman Walsh ‘62

Making cross-species friends in the science lab.

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Gifts to All Funds

Thomas P. Walsh III ‘96 Catherine McManus and Brian Walter h’20 Cindy Wang Fenglin Wang ’20 Wenping Zheng and Wei Wang Clifford Ward Philip W. Warner ‘60 N. Dudley Warwick Jr. ‘59 Mary and William Wasserman Jr. ‘45 Vince Watchorn Stephanie Waters Latoya Watson Christen and George Webber Sarah Titus and Andrew Weiner James H. Welchly ‘57 John R. Wenzel ‘41 Stephen H. Wetherill Jr. ‘08 J. Bruce Whelihan ‘60 Susan Straus Rorer Whitby ‘56 Alexander White ‘66 Charles White III ‘66 James White ‘81 Lorraine and Walter White Tina Bromley White ‘69 and Thomas R. White ‘60 Whitehall Foundation, Inc. Caren Ericksen Wilcox ‘60 Beverly and Norman Wilde Jr. Andrea and Craig Williams Shawn Williams Tamecia and Jeffrey Williams Mieko Willoughby ‘80 Erin Wilson ‘97

Kathleen and Lawrence Wilson Kathleen and Ron Wilson Withington Charitable Foundation Roland Woehr h’07 Andrew Wolf h’16 John Wolf ‘66 Tracey Wolfson ‘85 Sally Strong Wolgin ‘78 B. Schuyler Deming Wood ‘58 and Theodore Wood Jr. ‘53 Anna Cooke Woodward ‘82 and Charles Woodward ‘86 Stephanie and Marc Woolley Joseph L. Woolston ‘66 Catherine Worrall ‘73 Catherine and Paul Wrede Louisa Wright ‘81 Patricia Weaver Wurts ‘59 and Clarence Wurts ‘58 Caroline Zawila Wynne ‘00 Walter G. Wynne ‘07 Christy Yaffe ha and Peter Yaffe Elizabeth Yaffe ‘10 Mary Beth and Edward Yarish Patricia Klinefelter Yates ‘70 Virginia Yinger ‘97 Laura De Din Young ‘87 Sherley Young ‘57 Mims** and Marek Zabriskie Deborah and Doron Zahal Ann and Brian Zalasky Anthony Zane ‘48 Mary Zane Hanna and Leon Zanger Celeste Zappala Alexis Zeferes

Anne Brodhead Zehner ’55 Joyce and Sami Zeka Mary Zell Jing Zhou Dana and William Zimmer Susan Zimmerman Rachael and Douglas Zinser Natalie and Brian Zuckerman

A Middle School football athlete enjoying our first-class facilities.

We want to properly thank each and every one of our 2019-2020 donors and have worked to compile a list that is accurate and complete. If, for some reason, your name is not listed or inaccurate information has been included, please contact Brooke Mattingly, Director of The SCH Fund, at bmattingly@sch.org.

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Pennsylvania’s tax credit program allows businesses and individuals to contribute their state tax liability to non-profit organizations to be used for student scholarships for eligible students. The educational improvement tax credit program and the opportunity scholarship tax credit program provided $1,020,203 to SCH

Charlene Bierl and Youngmoo Kim** Central Pennsylvania Scholarship Fund Lara and Ho Chang Comcast Corporation Marissa and Michael Costonis Sr. Francesca and R. Bruce Dalglish Gail and John S. Detweiler Sr. ‘91** Doe Run Dairy, LLC Kathryn and William Donato Jr. Susan and William Doran** Pia and Stephen Druggan** Jean and J. Michael Fitzpatrick Holly and Greg Flanagan Sarah and Jonathan Frank ‘69 Friends of Education, LLC Emery Maine Greenwood ‘06 and Thomas Greenwood III ‘01 William J. Harries ‘93 Jessica and David Hayne** Margaret and Richard Hayne Henkels Foundation

Herman Goldner Co., Inc. W. Anthony Hitschler ‘56† J. P. Mascaro & Sons Jewish Scholarship, LLC JM Search & Company Barbara and David Junkin Alexandra and Timothy Levin** Maguire Enterprises II, L.P. Lisa and James Maguire Jr. ‘78 James and Frannie† Maguire Christina Seving McDonald ‘84 Daniel McGowan ‘83 Park Lexington Advisors LLC Pennsylvania EITC/OSTC Scholarship #2, LLC Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company Philadelphia Insurance Companies Piatkowski, LLC Tracy and Adam Piatkowski

Jessica Rabinowitz ’20 Justin Rabinowitz ’18 Seth Rabinowitz ‘18 Susan and Mark Rabinowitz Pepper Johnson Rexford ‘92 and Jeffrey Rexford SCH Academy Scholarship #1, LLC Laina and Jed Silversmith Susan Silversmith The Bryn Mawr Trust Company The Metal Edge Co., Inc. Laurene and Andrew Topping** UGI Storage Company UHS of Pennsylvania Judith and G. Clay von Seldeneck Lorraine and Walter White Christy Yaffe ha and Peter Yaffe Elizabeth Yaffe ‘10 Mims** and Marek Zabriskie Dana and William Zimmer

GIVING BACK THROUGH EITC IS SURPRISINGLY EASY AND INCREDIBLY REWARDING FOR THE COMPANY THAT IS

EITC/OSTC Gifts

students last year.

MAKING THE DONATION. THE GREATEST REWARD IS KNOWING HOW THESE MONIES ARE ENRICHING THE LIVES OF DESERVING STUDENTS. ~ CHRISTINA SEVING MCDONALD ‘84

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Parent Donors

Leah and Chris Albright Terri and Shamsuddin Al'Hadi Courtney Altemus Andaiye Al-Uqdah and Tarik Vance-Harris Meghan Squire and Harold Anderson III Ashley and Keith Angell Jr. Christine and William Arnold Kimberly and Michael Attanasio Margaret and Joel Baker Gabrielle Baugh Natalie and Michael Barrist Katie and Walter Bechtold Marta and Charles Becker Corinne and Aaron Bergmann Reena Gherwada and Parth Bhatt Noreen and Gerald Buck Charlene Bierl and Youngmoo Kim** Carol and John Blagojevic Bridget and Brian Blake** Bonnie and Luke Bloy Kirstin and Nick Bosch Stephanie Sen and Stephan Brandstadter Wanda Brooks and Will Jordan Melissa Blue Brown '87 and Roderick Brown Dena and Wayne Brown Jr. Colleen and Pasquale Caione Judith Callas HA and James Callas Deborah and Patrick Cannon Meg and David Carpenter Stephanie and Russell Carter Daniella and Andrew Cavenagh Kelly and David Champagne Vanessa Chan** and Mark van der Helm Julie Moldenhauer and David Chandler Lara and Ho Chang Amy and Jorge Chavez Renee Chenault-Fattah** and Chaka Fattah

Sandra and Herbert Cohen Marci and Ian Comisky Lynn and Ken Conlin Michelle and Robert Cooney Jr. Carrie and Allan Cooper III Marissa and Michael Costonis Sr. Barclay Cunningham Allison and Ryan Curry Isabel de Koninck and Roni Handler Gail and John S. Detweiler Sr. '91** Brooke and Anthony DiMarco Kathryn and William Donato Jr.

Megan and Brian Dougherty Maureen Duffy Kim Eberle-Wang ha and Hoau-Yan Wang Andrea and Benjamin Eckert Alyssa and Jason Edwards Tiara and Joseph Falcone III Michelle and Andrew Farbstein Sheila Ferguson Kelly and Archibald Filshill Sarah and Brian Finn Kathleen Fisher

Camille Focarino and Nicholas Bardon-deSegonzac John Franklin Chanda Miller and Todd Franzen Kimberly and William Freeman '91 Katy and Jason Friedland Kara and John Gaghan III Jennifer and Alfred Gellhorn Carol and Ronald Giannone Nathalie Peeters and Luca Giordano Michael Golden** Natalie and Jay Goldberg

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Ashley Douglas and Alexander Goldsmith Margaret and Read Goodwin '93 Anjali and Anuj Goswami Kymberly Truman Graves '83** Laynie and Scott Greenberg '91 Heather and Stewart Greenleaf Jr. '96** Kristy Gregory and Jonathan Strickland Debra Gress '87, h'16 and David Jansen Ronna and Noel Gyllenhaal Katharine and John Hager Melissa and Josh Haims Charita Hall


Clare and Christopher Hall Rebecca and William Hannigan Anita and Orest Harmaty Pamela von Seldeneck Harris '81** and Thomas Harris Catriona and Daniel Harrop Emily and Trace Hawkins Jessica and David Hayne** Monique and Keith Hendricks Haowei Huang and Ryan Song Amber Hudson-Roberson Jill and Gerald Hutchinson Nina and Albers Jaeger Ning Yan and Yong Jia Valerie Robinson and Carlton Johnson Alexandra Kahoe Laura Keim and Stephen Hague Christina Morse Kelly '87 and Michael Kelly Aimee Keough h'20 and Martin Keough Mana Khandvala '85 and John Edwards Dana Rapoport and Brett Kizner Megan and Richard Knox '92 Linda and James Kollmar Maria and Christian Kosmin Abbey Krain Celeste and Robert Lamb Vanessa Madden and Michael Lane Margie Scherzer and Walter Lapidus Alexandra Ferguson Larkin '87 and Brian Larkin Marisol and Tony Lauerman III Peggy Morris-Loughery and Eugene Loughery Amira Leifer Robert Leininger Ruth and G. Michael Lemole Jr. '87 Alexandra and Timothy Levin** Valerie and Adam Lieberman Deirdre and Patrick Lindsay** Mairi Luce and Geoffrey Bird Sonya and Charles Lynch Jr. '87

Class of 2026, Parent Challenge Middle School division winner.

Mandie and Blair Lyon Caroline MacMoran and Joan Hooke Oona McCullough and Peter Rotelle Jennifer and Peter Mahoney Jodi and Brian Mahony Jenifer and Ryan Major Kelli and Jon Marans Lisa and Dominic Marchiano Fabian Marechal-Julbin and Robert Raymond Andrea and Gregory A. Martin '89 Zane and Jason Martino Cristina and William McDowell III '75 Mindy and David McGrath Margaret McGreal '86 and Malcolm Youngren Jill and Brian McLelland '82 Maria h'20 and Thomas McNichols Julia Lehman-McTigue and John McTigue Katie and Justin Milgrim Stephanie Mill ha Jennifer and Garrett Miller Julia and Essex Mitchell

Cynthia and Thomas Mollen Megan Monaghan and Daniel Boring Nicole and Thomas Monaghan Christine and Andrew Moore Jennifer and Robert Morris Robert Moskal Kristin and Craig Neverosky Leslie Connor Newbold '86 and William Newbold Jessica and Matthew Norcini Christian Hovey Norpel '89 Maureen and Herbert Northrop Kristin and David Norton Patricia Flynn and Alan O'Connor Elizabeth O'Flanagan-Walder and Jonathan Walder Anne O'Malley Mary and John Mark Ockerbloom Schaundra Oliver and Henry Oliver† Louise Ottilo Tamara Leon-Palfrey and Mark Palfrey Misty and Grant Palmer Jennifer and Johnston Pearcy II Liz and Philip Pearson '86 Susan and Robert Peck '70**

Marta and Joseph Perry Tracy and Adam Piatkowski Jenna and Saburah Posner Denise and Shawn Quinn Olivia and Timothy Rabe Susan and Mark Rabinowitz Heather Knopf and Thomas Reeves Susan and William Regli Kathy and Thomas Reilly Jane and Charles Reitmeyer Pepper Johnson Rexford '92 and Jeffrey Rexford Tania and Thomas Rorke Staci and Jack Rosenbloom Jennifer and Matthew Rusk David Salmanson ha Susan and Thomas Scanlin Laura Daley and Alexander Schall

Donna and Robert Schapiro Mary and David Scheuermann Ellen Sisle and Kenneth Schotsch Lisa and Matthew Schwenderman Christine and Michael Sciarrotta Donald Seifert Jasmine and Jay Sessoms Michelle Mayer and Mark Shahin Courtney Collins-Shapiro and Seth Shapiro Amy Tyler Shea '87 and John Shea Rachael and Danny Silva Erik Smith Amy Calderoni and David Sonnet Katrina and Daniel Spillane Cheryl and Gene Spirito Hilary and Gerald Stahlecker

WE GIVE TO PROMOTE AND SUPPORT SCH’S LEADERSHIP IN DIVERSITY AND INCLUSIVITY THAT CREATES A RICH LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS. ~ BRIDGET AND BRIAN BLAKE P ’22, ’29

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Parent Donors

SCH Fund Parent Committee

Class of 2032, Parent Challenge Lower School division winner.

Emilie and Kirk Stensrud Caitlin and Jason Stevens Nadine Badger Stevenson '90** and Matthew Stevenson Glenna and Matthew Stone Danielle Summers and James Semen Kristen Suplick SweeneyShandor Szalay Pamela Rosser Thistle '86 and Michael Thistle Aires and Terry Thompson Honey and Barry Tishgart Laurene and Andrew Topping** Karen Tracy ha and Ernest Tracy III Megan Traversari and Neil Oxford Kathryn Trayes Heather and Leor Veleanu Lorise Van Voorthuizen-Seifert Jeanne and Samuel Vinovich Douglas and Robert Wainwrightine McManus and Brian Walter h'20

Cindy Wang Wenping Zheng and Wei Wang Clifford Ward Latoya Watson Christen and George Webber Lorraine and Walter White Andrea and Craig Williams Shawn Williams Tamecia and Jeffrey Williams Stephanie and Marc Woolley Catherine and Paul Wrede Deborah and Doron Zahal Alexis Zeferes Dana and William Zimmer Rachael and Douglas Zinser Natalie and Brian Zuckerman

MY WIFE ASHLEY AND I DECIDED TO MAKE SCH A PHILANTHROPIC PRIORITY BECAUSE WE UNDERSTAND THE BENEFITS THAT COME FROM OUR GIVING. WE KNOW THE PRICE OF THE SCH EDUCATION COMES WITH TOP-NOTCH EDUCATORS THAT CARE ABOUT OUR CHILDREN TO PREPARE THEM FOR THEIR FUTURE. WE’RE HONORED TO BE A PART OF THE COMMUNITY AND GRATEFUL THAT OUR GIFT HELPS MAKE THE SCH EXPERIENCE AN EXCEPTIONAL ONE. ~ ASHLEY AND KEITH ANGELL JR. P ’25, ’26

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Keith Angell, Co-Chair Bridget Blake Renee Chenault-Fattah Carrie Cooper, Co-Chair Heather DiRienzo Alyssa Edwards Kristy Gregory Sean Grieve Daniel Harrop Emily Hawkins Nina Jaeger Brett Kizner Marisa Lewis Andrea Martin Jennifer Miller Julie Moldenhauer Christiane Murray Robert Raymond Katie Warwick Schreiner ‘95 Jed Silversmith Glenna Stone Ernie Tracy


Academy Alumni Donors

1941 John R. Wenzel 1942 Edgar M. Sheppard Jr. 1945 William S. Wasserman Jr. 1946 Wilson S. Ross 1948 Anthony M. Zane 1949 Isaac H. Clothier IV 1950 Lawrence D. Brownell† Harold P. Starr 1951 Paulding Phelps 1952 Eugene M. Cheston Jr. Martin A. Heckscher 1953 Theodore V. Wood Jr. 1954 John N. Curtis Jr. 1955 James B. Cowperthwait

Harry C. Groome III Charles J. Hatfield II† James W. Jennings Victor C. Mather II

Peter G. Stanley Philip W. Warner J. Bruce Whelihan Thomas R. White

1956 Clinton H. Brown Jr. Ralph S. Hirshorn W. Anthony Hitschler† Robert Ingersoll III Nicholas S. Lamont

1961 Samuel Bradbury IV Guy A. Fritts Francis C. Grant III J. Douglas MacBride Hampton C. Randolph Jr. Edward C. Rorer John S. Sise R. Peter Smith II

1957 John C. Bennett Jr. Timothy M. Rivinus William W. Roper III James H. Welchly 1958 Wallace K. Achenbach Robert B. Haig Thomas Lloyd Robert A. Lukens William C. McCook Jr. Clarence Z. Wurts 1959 Theodore Clattenburg Jr. Thomas A. Fernley III Stuart Forer Charles F. Gummey Jr. N. Dudley Warwick Jr. 1960 Jackson B. Beecham John W. Carnwath Jr. W. Morgan Churchman III Donald A. Clarke Stephen P. Dicke Clark Groome Sydney L. W. Lea Jr. Gerald B. Rorer

1962 Felix von Moschzisker David V. Peake Edward J. Piszek Jr. Edward S. Smith 1963 E. Howard Goodwin Jr. Theodore M. Hammett James M. Mellor Jr. Steven K. Orman Nicholas B. Paumgarten 1964 W. Frazier Brinley Bruce K. Doman Peter L. Phillips Herbert T. Rorer Stuart M. Skinner Jr. 1965 Charles A. Affel Perry Benson Jr. Radcliffe Cheston II John M. Fruncillo Thomas J. Hogan III Lloyd O. Lohmeyer III Randal Morgan Jr.

1966 Guilliaem Aertsen IV Justin M. Baxter Richard C. Boothby Peter P. Bradley Richard C. Dale Jr. Gerald B. Flershem Charles B. Landreth Charles K. McManus Stuart S. Taylor Jr. Alexander S. White Charles A. White III John S. Wolf Joseph L. Woolston 1967 Charles A. Darlington III David B. Doriss Peter R. Farnum James W. Hogan Donald R. Kurz William T. Longstreth Jr. Stephen M. Phillips 1968 A. Lee Conrad III Thomas S. Greenwood Jr. Arthur W. Howe IV T. Rogers Kyle III Peter M. Landreth Steven I. Lesser Edward H. McGehee Jr. Collin F. McNeil David J. Morrison John E. Ryan Jr. Samuel R. Scott Robert D. Torrey Jr. Thomas N. Trapnell

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1969 Michael F. Disston Jonathan W. Frank Terrence R. Hogan Charles M. Norris Jr. Stephen Pearson Jr. 1970 John H. Affel Richard McCall Cadwalader II Edward T. Claghorn Philip G. Clay G. Clayton Kyle Jr. David C. Lindy William J. McKinley III Jefferson M. Moak II Bruce F. Morgan Robert M. Peck** George Morris Piersol III Barry T. Shannon Rabbi Henry M. Shreibman 1971 Raymond G. Console David R. Cooper David M. Kleinfelder William R. Levy Lawrence S. Miller Morris A. Stout IV 1972 Jeffrey C. Hastings Ned Nalle Stephen H. Norris Edgar M. Sheppard III David L. Sims Peter B. von Hemert

Alumni Donors

Chestnut Hill

1973 David J. Cantor Carl H. Delacato Jr.

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Alumni Donors

1974 Charles T. Lee III Ted S. Lodge 1975 David M. R. Ambler Peter M. Clay Robert L. Kingsley William W. McDowell III 1976 Duffield Ashmead IV Mark A. Harrington John M. Kleinfelder Michael J. Scannell David J. Shaw 1978 William C. Corson Bruce Glendinning

WITH ITS STRONG FACULTY, INNOVATIVE CURRICULUM, ENGAGING EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES, EXTRAORDINARY PHYSICAL PLANT, AND SPECTACULAR CAMPUS, SCH IS A PLACE WHERE MAGIC HAPPENS

David U. Lee James J. Maguire Jr.

Philip Y. Pearson Charles Woodward

1979 Edward C. Smith Peter D. Smith Stanley H. Smith

1987 William T. Eastman Thomas G. Evans Jr. William D. James Paul A. Kates G. Michael Lemole Jr. Charles B. Lynch Jr. Thomas G. Lynch IV Jonathan M. Massari Thomas J. McLaughlin Vincent P. Norpel

1980 James J. McCabe III Bryan A. Merryman Joseph L. Messa Jr. 1981 J. Tucker Moodey Peter J. Shelly James D. White 1982 Roger B. Hall Glen R. Holmberg Christopher M. McGowan Brian A. McLelland 1983 Daniel L. McGowan Miles V. Smith 1984 David S. Leach William B. Lewis Edward L. Ruegg Jr. Robert H. Spratt Jr. Taylor G. Thomas

EVERY DAY. I FEEL VERY GOOD ABOUT MY SMALL PART IN CONTRIBUTING TO THE SCHOOL’S CONTINUING SUCCESS. ~ ROBERT M. PECK ‘70, P ’18, ’20, ’20

1985 Jonathan C. Bogert Peter H. Ripley 1986 Alexander C. Feldman Darryl V. Harper Thomas S. Neely

1988 Charles E. Brinley III Morris Cheston III Thomas G. Kessler**

1993 Peter R. Farnum Jr. Read M. Goodwin William J. Harries 1994 Jon R. Bartlett Brendan K. Flatow Jonathan D. Herbst Jr. James S. Walker Jr. 1995 Stephen L. Belmonte John S. Bullitt Stephen P. Lamberton R. Patrick Link Rodman C. von Seldeneck

1998 Robert E. Haimes Andrew M. MacBride Francis G. B. O’Neill 1999 Douglas J. Bouquard III Patrick J. Toomey

1989 Phillip S. Brackin Jr. Gregory A. Martin 1990 David C. Bartlett Andrew M. Evans Jay Gress III John D. Talbot II Christopher M. Turman IV 1991 Harvey Bartle IV John S. Detweiler Sr.** William H. Freeman Scott Greenberg Ian J. Pilling 1992 Joshua H. Atkins James Cheston II Richard N. Knox

Student facilitators for the student-led SCHout conference welcome guests from other schools around the region to explore issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity.

† Deceased | **2019-2020 Member of the Board of Trustees |

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1996 Jonathan A. Beatty Thomas D. Grant Stewart J. Greenleaf Jr.** Peter M. Hill ‘96 Nathaniel T. Massari Thomas P. Walsh III

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2004 John A. Bown III Joshua G. Grossman Nicholas H. Jones Andrew R. Ochroch 2005 Danny N. Cortes Daniel B. Shuptar

2000 Daniel Griffin Matthew J. Hall Evan G. Klinefelter Michael W. Malone Christopher F. McCausland 2001 Thomas S. Greenwood III Robert T. McLean 2002 James D. Baumberger F. Pemberton Brown Douglas W. Malcolm Lion A. Nealy Herbert C. Peluzzo Jr. A. Kreamer Rooke 2003 Edward L. Glassman Fraser S. Greenwood

2007 Tyler P. Ahrenhold Anthony C. Cardona Ross A. Richardson Walter G. Wynne 2008 Rashad I. Campbell** Thomas C. Culp III Michael J. Lonergan III Schuyler W. Rooke Stephen H. Wetherill Jr.

1949 Katharine Cowperthwait Dickens 1950 Elisabeth Turman Ervin Joan Gilbert Thayer

2014 Thomas J. Hogan Sean E. Kenny 2015 Burton P. McHugh III Andrew D. Mutch

2006 Chelsey Roebuck Taylor A. Rooke

A Middle School trip to a farm and the discovery of fresh tomatoes.

2013 Peter S. Ferraro Samuel W. Shropshire

Springside School Alumnae Donors

1938 Virginia Strong Newlin 1941 Anne Garnett Boenning 1944 Katharine Ash Freeman Evelyn Price Scott Anne Paul Streeter

2009 Mr. John L. Harris Jr. George V. Hearn

1945 Margaret Newbold Pearson

2010 Dylan Tracy

1946 Margaret Boyd Rhoads

2012 Michael D. Duffey John B. Hass James T. Hearn

1947 Mary Saunders Ashmead 1948 Sally Cook Brown Anne Carpenter Dillon Joly Walton Stewart

1951 Audrey Worrall Park Margaret Estes Powell 1952 Nancy Muth Clements Quita Woodward Horan† Lavinia Lamont Rosenthal 1953 Edith Baird Eglin Anne Straus Rusk 1954 Margaret McElroy Arundel Dorothy Osgood Scarborough 1955 Mary Fox Baurmeister Alison von Clemm Curtis Elizabeth Elkins Gray Judith Gray Grieve Alice Wieland Harrison Gretchen Schaefer Jackson Ella Stier Mecray Meredith Morris Newton Elizabeth Hagar Perrott Caroline Morgan Southall Emily Churchman Starr Nancy Starr Tyson Anne Brodhead Zehner

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1956 Marylouise Bilski Anderson Joan Hunsberger Bromage Gretchen Yocom Brookes Anne Clattenburg Judith Curtis Joan Eddleman Finerty Elizabeth Wistar Little Susan Straus Rorer Whitby 1957 Dorsey Gray Battin Terry Bisbee Barbara Peake Frazier Marianne Raynor Hottenstein Ann Merritt Hunter Nancy Barhite Mason Janice Lloyd McQuaid

AFTER SPENDING SEVEN YEARS AT SPRINGSIDE SCHOOL, I GRADUATED WITH A SENSE OF PRIDE AND ACCOMPLISHMENT THAT'S NOT EASY TO PUT INTO WORDS. IT'S EXCITING TO BE CONNECTED TO THE LEGACY OF SUCH A SPECIAL INSTITUTION AND THAT INSPIRES ME TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE SUCCESS OF FUTURE GENERATIONS. ~ LEAH SMITH SHEPPARD, ‘84

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Alumni Donors

Barbara Baldwin Miller Judith McGill O’Rourke Sally Ellis Quale Luciana Wagner Schonenberg Sherley Young 1958 Elizabeth Sturges Browne Patricia Canby Colhoun Christopher Hale Cowperthwait Linda Newton Harlan Louise Roberts Johnston Elaine Endres Kelton Sandra Martin Pedrick Jeanne Borie Tustian Martha Brownell Walker B. Schuyler Deming Wood 1959 Mary Lloyd Barlow Annette Beyer-Mears Bonnie Wallace Chapman Deborah Baggs Ducar Patricia Foster Hutchinson Mary Oakes Skinner Smith Patricia Weaver Wurts 1960 Sally Frick Cockayne Anne Longstreth Delay Victoria Gillespie Kapuni Polly Jenkins Man Marion Benson Miller Caren Ericksen Wilcox 1961 Helen B. Abraham Charlotte Cheston Betancourt Sarah Price Bush

1962 Margaret Kerr Baker Dallas Collingwood Briney Elise Wallace Carr Margaret Davison Freeman h’04 Catharine Peters Gribbel-Beautyman Anne Gisburne Hess Elizabeth Taylor Lukens Marjorie Hays McFarland Charlotte Landreth Rodgers Susan Hine Stanley Diana Chapman Walsh 1963 Sarah Hopkins Brown Ellen Longstreth Goodwin Nancy Greene Laird Grant Groody Margaret Tyson Martinez Candace Baldwin Richards Anna Toogood 1964 Marian Pearson Anne Sims 1965 Karen Quinn Doman Mary Lame Dunn Eleanore Hoeffel Gadsden Marion Ellis Garrett Joan Mellor Goodman Ann Staman Hollingworth Elizabeth Hord Jameson Patricia Nesbitt Mellor Susan Andress Morse Nina Sinkler Talbot 1966 Nancy Dunning Baxter Pamela Warwick Hewetson Linda Stanley

1967 Carol Adams Kirshner Carolyn Sagendorph Montgomery Susan Reynolds Marjorie Kershbaum Shiekman** 1968 Mary-Helen Sheppard Boothby Patricia Hyndman Doggett Lisa Webb Howe Lea Manly-Power Kusner Anne Grant Metzger Dorothy Ritchie-Valhouli Ellen Simons 1969 Hildy Armour Linda Pamp Farnum Kay Tucker Franklin Margaret Klein Mandell Edith Newhall Dedie Stout Nutt Ellen Reath Tina Bromley White

Jessie Hill Cynthia Morrow O’Keefe Sally Sheppard 1973 Katherine Cunningham Minevitz Muffie Mann Landreth Laurie Macintosh Louise Root Melby Cynthia Orr Day Catherine Worrall 1974 Gina Conrad Black Susan Saltonstall Duncan Jinnette Parker Elizabeth Pincus Rubin Allison Scott Elizabeth Lewis Thorp

1976 Jeannie Hutter Sarah Du Bois Kingsley Susan Stroud Kleinfelder Beth Somers Stutzman 1977 Amy Banse Ellen Nalle Hass Judith McCabe Jarvis Joanna McNeil Lewis Eydie Miller Ellis

1970 Sandra Gubb Baker Linda Schumann Civitello Lora Jo Stalnaker Dickhart Waneta Wills Doriss Alexandra Logue Mary Lichtenstein Myers Seaels Anne Bregy Saltman Patricia Klinefelter Yates 1971 Sarah Huggins Burrall Lydia Kenworthy Clay Jane Webster Gray 1972 Elizabeth Clausen-Ryales

Middle School girls test their robots in their CEL class.

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1975 Sarah McGehee Komisin Victoria McNeil Le Vine Stacy Perper Methvin Ellin Dixon Miller** Ellen Borie Moreland Mari-Beth O’Neill

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1978 Anne Du Bois Karen Partridge Earley Kimberly Miller Fogarty Diana Hearst Ikeda Shawn Benoliel Lawrence Sally Strong Wolgin 1979 Sally Mobraaten Laurie Perper Kathleen Byers Smilow Katherine Jones Stillwell 1980 Carla Canuso Bradley Clements Christy Concannon Katherine Hardy Erskine Sarita Smith Hanley Ann Shettle Hansen Elizabeth McLean Reynolds Meg Rhoda Rohtla Janet Sawin Mieko Willoughby 1981 Pamela von Seldeneck Harris** Dorothy Mather Ix Virginia Judson McNeil Louisa Wright

Ellen Kurtz Deborah Popky Carolyn Sawin Kymberly Truman Graves**

Jennifer Stephenson Mathews Christian Hovey Norpel Stephanie B. Schade Leslie Smith

1984 Laura Lewis Eleanor Lloyd Christina Seving McDonald Jennifer James McHugh Leah Smith Sheppard

1990 Nadine Badger Stevenson** Landis Fernley Van Alen

1985 Melinda Cheston Katherine Kershbaum Evans Mana Khandvala Elisabeth Roxby 1986 Margaret McGreal** Leslie Connor Newbold Pamela Rosser Thistle 1987 Melissa Blue Brown Debra Gress Jansen h’16 Christina Morse Kelly Jennifer Steinbrook Ketler Alexandra Ferguson Larkin Amy Tyler Shea Laura De Din Young

1991 Amanda Rappaport Dobbins Barbara Simmonds Christine Walker Swartz 1992 Pepper Johnson Rexford Ashley Vandegrift 1993 Melissa Spinelli Bullitt 1994 Sara Brady Stewart

1999 Frances Betancourt Emily Hill

2007 Kimberly M. Ashby Sarah Boothby

2000 Katherine Boothby Bickford Kimberly Maron Coughlin Sarah Frank Claire Good Lindsay McGann Jennie Udell Caroline Zawila Wynne

2008 Alexa Lombardo ‘08 Grace Ortelere ‘08 Lucile Rice Culp Victoria Roebuck Jeanne Shotzbarger Eleanor Testa

2001 Claudia Masko Smith 2002 Julia Moorhead Baumberger Gabrielle Pittman Gary Maria Sordoni Hudacek Julia Kilduff Ashley Leichner Elizabeth McCausland Salata** 2003 Ashley Burkert Li Lindsay Raden Dwyer Sara Lapham

1995 Kirsten Landreth Sarah Culp Massari 1996 Shawn Blue Frances Holland Lloyd

1982 Wendy Romig Concannon Elizabeth Nott Hall Ann Walker Kelly Susan Matlack Troemel Anna Cooke Woodward

1988 Sharon Kershbaum Anne Livezey Sara Detweiler Loughman Shayne McKinsey-Champeau

1997 Jeanine Brotherston Braak Susanna Kise Erin Wilson Virginia Brown Yinger

1983 Laura Miller Bland Melissa Fitzgerald

1989 Louisa Bartle Clayton Allison Abramson Ferrante Vanessa Learnard

1998 Wendy Shiekman Cohen Margaret Elias Gerety

2004 Gyong Bak Kara Daddario Bown Elizabeth Clattenburg Harkins Liliane Sharpless Carolyn Kiss Wadsworth 2005 Wyn Furman 2006 Laura Breen Cortes Emery Maine Greenwood

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Lower School girls get into the dinosaur spirit.

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Alumni Donors

2009 Charlotte Hass 2010 Melissa Colina Louise Hearn Ann Peirce Elizabeth Yaffe 2011 Gabriella Ruffin 2012 Virginia Kelly Sadie Mendlow Elizabeth Sedran Autumn Temple 2013 Madeline Hinchey

SCH Alumni Donors

2016 William Harris Robert Hass Alexandra Smilow Ethan B. Springer 2017 Alec Druggan Melanie Graves Madeline Harris Audrey Hinchey 2018 Justin Rabinowitz Seth Rabinowitz 2019 Sarah Edelson

2014 Caroline Canning Maddie Canning Alexandra DeGeorge Weatherly Saunders 2015 Allison Day Miranda Levingston Victoria Richardson

Lower School boys try out the rope swing in one of the McCausland Lower School’s new natural playscapes.

I MADE SCH A PHILANTHROPIC PRIORITY BECAUSE I AM A FIRM BELIEVER THAT EDUCATION IS THE BRIDGE TO SUCCESS IN LIFE. OUR CHILDREN ARE THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW. ~ PATRICK LINDSAY P `19, `23, BOARD OF TRUSTEES CHAIR

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Endowed funds are established through major gifts to support the School’s endowment. Support for endowment demonstrates a commitment to ensuring the future of our school and is an opportunity for donors to create a

Anonymous Donors (4) Ruth and Marshall Abramson Tyler P. Ahrenhold '07 Mary Fox Baurmeister '55 Meaghan and Joseph Bonavita Caroline Canning '14 Bonnie Wallace Chapman '59 Marci and Ian Comisky Carl H. Delacato Jr. '73 Patricia and John Emery Allison Abramson Ferrante '89 Ruthie D. Strong Ferraro ’79 and Thomas Ferraro Elizabeth and Dave Fish Carol and James Fitzgerald III Barbara Peake Frazier '57 Eleanore Hoeffel Gadsden '65 Marion Ellis Garrett '65 Elizabeth Elkins Gray '55 Judith Gray Grieve ’55 Alice Wieland Harrison '55 Sarah Heckscher ha Oksana and Stevens Heckscher II Ann Merritt Hunter '57

Nicholas H. Jones '04 Cindy and Charles Landreth '66 Kirsten Landreth '95 Muffie Mann Landreth '73 and Peter M. Landreth '68 Eleanor P. Lloyd Sonya and Charles Lynch Jr. '87 Reenee McCann Joseph McErlean Edward H. McGehee Jr. '68 Mary McKenna ha Janice Lloyd McQuaid '57 Barbara Baldwin Miller '57 and Ludlow Miller Thomas Neely '86 Cynthia Morrow O'Keefe '72 and William O'Keefe Jr. Herbert Peluzzo Jr. '02 Elizabeth Hagar Perrott '55 Rose Randall David Roberts h'15 A. Kreamer Rooke '02 Margarita and Andrew Rooke

Schuyler W. Rooke '08 Taylor A. Rooke '06 Dorothy Osgood Scarborough '54 Ruth and John Sigmund Edward C. Smith '79 Leslie Smith '89 Mary Oakes Skinner Smith '59 Caroline Morgan Southall '55 Susan Hine Stanley '62 and Peter G. Stanley '60 Margaret Steele h'12 Nina Sinkler Talbot '65 and James Talbot II h'81 Joanne and Ron Tattersall The Solomon and Sylvia Bronstein Foundation Taylor Thomas '84 Robert Torrey Jr. '68 Denise and Richard Velardi Kathleen and Ron Wilson Withington Charitable Foundation Sally Strong Wolgin '78 Sherley Young '57

Endowment Gifts

lasting legacy. To learn more about all of SCH’s endowed funds, please click here.

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