Annual Fund & Boundless Campus: An Initiative to Connect CA and the World
Sarah and Ken Lazarus
Parents of Molly Lazarus
John Grossman and Kate Olmsted
Parents of Eliza Grossman
Ivy & David Nagahiro
Parents of Sydney Nagahiro
Gifts at all levels are an important part of the SPG — we want all senior families to be a part of this special effort.
CA can better prepare students to make a difference in the world by blurring the boundaries of the classroom, bringing more of the world to Concord and also getting students out in the world, thereby working toward a “boundless campus.” To get there, the school will support collaborations with the local community and enhance students’ global competencies in ways that will inform their experiences here and beyond. Support for and transportation to local and regional day trips will be improved so that students can better take advantage of Boston and Cambridge’s world-class cultural programs.
Bringing people to campus whose life experiences are different from the majority of our population “is going to matter,” says Ayres Stiles-Hall, an English teacher and member of the Community and Equity group….READ FULL STORY
For seven years, the InSPIRE program (Interested Students Pursuing Internship and Research Experiences) has been sending CA students out into the world for summer experiences in science-related fields….READ FULL STORY
Over the summer, the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston partnered with Concord Academy and Reggie Wilson, artistic director of Brooklyn’s Fist and Heel Performance Group, for a weeklong program that culminated in a production for 400 visitors….READ FULL STORY