The tuition and fees charged at Incarnate Word Academy do not cover the actual cost to educate our students. This leaves a significant tuition gap per student. If tuition were increased to the level that covers the actual cost to educate our students each year, the resulting increase would create a financial hardship for most families.
This is why the Annual Fund is so important.
The Annual Fund bridges the gap between tuition revenues and the actual cost of educating our students. Your gift to the Annual Fund enriches the academic and athletic experience for every student and faculty member on campus.
We are deeply grateful for your support!
Unrestricted gifts to the Annual Fund reinforce the cornerstone of philanthropy while bridging the gap between tuition and the cost of providing a distinguished education. To be included in this year’s Annual Fund, be sure to make your gift prior to June 30th, the end of our fiscal year.
Through annual commitments of $1,000 and above to the Annual Fund, members of the President’s Circle set the standard for giving at Incarnate Word Academy. They give us the power to change our community through their passion for giving. These values are at the core of what it means to be a member of the Incarnate Word Academy President’s Circle. Our President’s Circle members know that the consistency of their leadership is a commitment to excellence at Incarnate Word Academy.
President’s Circle Members make an annual unrestricted gift of $1,000 or more to the Annual Fund. Membership may be held by an individual, jointly by a couple, or by a foundation or corporation. Corporate matching gift programs may be used to qualify for membership. The membership period is from July 1st to June 30th each year.
- Platinum Archangel $15,000+
- Golden Archangel $10,000-$14,999
- Silver Archangel $5,000-$9,999
- Bronze Archangel $2,500-$4,999
- Archangel $1,000-$2,499
- Guardian Angel $100 per year since graduation (for classes out 9 years or less)
Current Total: $219,165
Percentage of Goal: 88%
President's Circle Co-Chairs
Christine Canterbury Murray '84 and John Murray