The Concord Academy Centennial Campaign is our great opportunity to celebrate CA’s role in shaping the lives of young people. Across generations, our graduates demonstrate over and over that those who live and learn at CA develop into forces for good, magnifying this school’s impact in the world. We must continue to serve and encourage all of our students, and to see them for who they are and who they can become. This is our charge and our joyful responsibility. 

A Decisive Moment 

CA’s Centennial Campaign, with a goal to raise $50 million+, is an investment in the future of this school and in the dreams and aspirations of our students. Our priorities are in service of an institution dedicated to relational learning, equity, common trust, and honoring the individual. 

Centennial Arts Center
$25 million+ goal

A plan decades in the making is now coming to fruition. Over the summer, site preparations began for the Centennial Arts Center, a bold and significant expansion of CA’s space for creativity and collaboration, and work is continuing apace. The creation of a true West Campus surrounding this new building will reshape 40% of CA’s learning environment for the benefit of all students. With successful campaign completion, we anticipate opening the new building in 2025. 

Endowment
$25 million+ goal

A strong endowment is vital to ensure CA’s ability to remain student-centered in every aspect of its program. Endowment growth is CA’s long-term answer to the promise of equity for all students, regardless of their economic circumstances. We believe CA must continue to be a magnet for the very best educators, and we must secure the resources to increase access for students from every background. 

Progress to $50 million+

Our community members have embraced their role as stewards of this beloved institution; many have already stepped forward to bolster the school with unprecedented conviction.

As of June 30, 2023, 220 donors have given $41.8 million toward our $50 million+ goal. In these final months of the Centennial Campaign, each and every contribution will help determine CA’s future. 

We need you! To learn more about opportunities to join this historic effort, please visit concordacademy.org/campaign or contact Christine Flashner, Interim Director of Advancement and Engagement, at christine_flashner@concordacademy.org.

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