Endowment Funds

The growth of the Saint Andrew’s School endowment is one of the schools highest priorities. With a larger endowment Saint Andrew’s School has greater flexibility in reacting to economic cycles and has additional resources to attract and retain the best and brightest students and faculty.

Endowment funds can support scholarships, academic chairs, professional development, academic programming, and facilities, and various other needs that fall within advancing the mission of Saint Andrew’s School. All endowed funds are awarded in perpetuity.

Unrestricted Gifts to Endowment
Unrestricted gifts to endowment may be made at any gift level and will be directed to general endowment. Private school leadership, including colleges, often explains that gifts of unrestricted endowment are the most valuable kind. This is true, not just because of the invaluable financial security and flexibility they provide, but for the clear message they send: we truly believe in the mission of Saint Andrew's School.

Faculty Endowments
Attractive opportunities exist to endow faculty chairs at Saint Andrew's School. With approximately 120 full-time faculty, endowed faculty funds reward and nourish the enrichment and continued excellence of the school's faculty. Not only do these funds recognize and encourage excellence in teaching by funding professional development, they also assist the school in recruiting and retaining the most qualified faculty to educate the students of today and tomorrow.

Faculty funds can be endowed as follows:
  • Endowed Headmaster's Fund: $1,000,000 
  • Endowed Chair for Faculty Excellence: $500,000 
  • Endowed Academic Chair: $250,000 
  • Endowed Faculty Funds: $50,000

Student Endowments
Perhaps one of Saint Andrew's most important needs is to increase scholarship endowment. Our school seeks motivated, talented students of strong character; a gift to endowment would improve Saint Andrew's ability to provide excellence in education to exemplary students. Independent schools of strong national reputation share in common an ability to matriculate students of the highest caliber who would otherwise not be able to afford full tuition. For Saint Andrew's, this capacity would directly improve the quality of education
Scholarships can be endowed as follows:
  • Fully Endowed Resident Student Scholarship: $1,250,000
  • Fully Endowed Day Student Scholarship: $750,000
  • Half Endowed Resident Student Scholarship: $500,000
  • Half Endowed Day Student Scholarship: $375,000
  • Partially Endowed Scholarship: from $250,000
  • Established Endowed Scholarship: $50,000

Other Endowed Funds
An endowed fund can be established to benefit the learning environment on campus. Funds can benefit specific buildings, classrooms, or the upkeep of our grounds.
Capital funds may be endowed as follows:
  • Endowed Capital Fund: $1,000,000
  • Partially Endowed Capital Fund: $500,000
  • Endowed Fund for Academics: $250,000
  • Endowed Fund for Athletics: $250,000

Unrestricted

$1,000,000 and Over

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  • The Lucy Henderson Unrestricted Endowment Fund

    Established through a bequest from Lucy Henderson for general purposes. Received in 1992, her gift more than doubled the School's endowment and was the largest single donation ever received. Mrs. Henderson was a long-time supporter of Saint Andrew's; her first husband, Alexander D. Henderson, was one of the School's original founders, a long-time member of the Board of Trustees, and an exceedingly generous donor over the years. After Mr. Henderson's death in 1964, Mrs. Henderson continued to support Saint Andrew's with significant gifts for buildings, faculty housing, Annual Fund and endowment. Mrs. Henderson's son, A. Douglas Henderson, is a 1964 graduate of Saint Andrew's School. Unrestricted gifts to endowment are added to this fund unless designated otherwise by the donor.

$100,000 - $249,999

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  • The Nye Family Endowed Fund

    Established in 2007 by Richard Nye and his daughter Kate Nye '08, The Nye Family Endowed Fund recognizes the outstanding support and attention given to students by the members of the Saint Andrew's School faculty and staff. This fund gratefully honors the many effective role models and teachers in our school community who join together to positively influence a student's experience, making it both meaningful and memorable.

$50,000 - $99,999

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  • The Hodgeman Family Endowed Fund

    Established in 2007 by Kelly and Dan Hodgeman, The Hodgeman Family Endowed Fund was created in response to the school's need to grow endowment that will produce the financial resources necessary to address special needs and enhancements to the overall Saint Andrew's School experience. This unrestricted endowment fund will be used at the discretion of the Headmaster and the Board of Trustees, the ultimate stewards of our school.
  • The Perea Family Endowed Fund

    Established in 2010 by Jill and Steve Perea, The Perea Family Endowed Fund was created in response to the school’s need to grow endowment that will produce the financial resources necessary to address special needs and enhancements to the overall Saint Andrew’s School experience. This unrestricted endowment fund will be used at the discretion of the Headmaster and the Board of Trustees, the ultimate stewards of our school.

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  • L. Bert and Doris Ann Stephens Memorial Fund

    Mr. Stephens, former president of the Boca Raton Hotel & Club, and Mrs. Stephens, a member of the Saint Andrew's Board of Trustees from 1979 to 1987, were committed to supporting education in the tradition of Saint Andrew's School. Following Mr. Stephens' death in August 1996, his family and friends established the L. Bert Stephens Memorial Fund to perpetuate the legacy of his commitment to Saint Andrew's School. Upon the death of Mrs. Stephens in September 2005, the family added Mrs. Stephens' name to the fund in order to recognize and honor her personal service to Saint Andrew's. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens were parents of Ty Stephens '74 and Tripp Stephens '79.
  • The Thomas F. Fleming Endowed Fund

    Mr. Thomas F. Fleming, Jr. was one of the founding trustees of Saint Andrew's School and a philanthropic leader in the Boca Raton community. Mr. Fleming and his wife, Myrtle Butts Fleming, donated land in the early 1970s. In 1980, some of the land was sold, and the Board of Trustees used the proceeds to establish this unrestricted fund.
  • W. Cottingham Allen Fund

    The Fund was established in 1991 with a bequest from the Estate of W. Cottingham Allen. Mr. Allen's grandchildren, Richard Rand '85, Whitney Rand '87, Christina Rand '92, Courtney Rand '92, and Dustin Eberts '94, attended Saint Andrew's School.
  • William Mayer Memorial Fund

    Established by the family of William Mayer following his death on November 2, 1994. Mr. Mayer was a prominent Florida businessman. His wife, Marilyn, is a Trustee Emerita of Saint Andrew's School and served on the Board of Trustees from 1975 to 1984. Two Mayer children, William Jr. '78 and Robert '81, are Saint Andrew's graduates.

Faculty Enrichment and Development

$1,000,000 and Over

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  • The Patten Family Foundation Exemplary Leadership Award

    As directed by Harry Patten, this is the first endowment fund created to honor a member of the Saint Andrew's School faculty or a member of the school's staff or administration who, by example, has positively impacted the school through demonstrated stewardship of the school's mission. This award honors those who, over a period of years, have made a real difference in the lives of others; have brought honor to themselves, their colleagues, and their profession; and have made a significant contribution by setting an example for others to follow. Candidates must be nominated by their division head and/or by the Head of School and will be selected by committee. The award recipient will receive an unrestricted financial stipend of $10,000 in recognition of the exemplary contribution he/she has made to the quality of our school community. The award will be held for a term of one year.
  • The Patten Family Foundation Grant for Sustaining Teaching Excellence

    As directed by Harry Patten, this is the first endowment fund to provide an annual award to a member of the teaching faculty in each division of our school - an award for a Lower School, a Middle School, and an Upper School teacher. The grant will recognize outstanding faculty who promote intellectual curiosity and active learning, model and foster academic rigor, and demonstrate effectiveness as teachers. Recipients of this grant will apply and be selected by committee and will receive an unrestricted financial stipend of $5,000 and an additional $5,000 stipend to be used to support a professional/scholarly activity that will enhance their teaching within their chosen discipline. The grant will be held for a term of one year.

$500,000 - $999,999

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  • The Paula J. Martin Endowed Chair for Science

    In 2006, the Scott Family established the first endowed faculty chair for a member of the Saint Andrew's Upper School Science Department. Established to recognize faculty excellence, this gift honors Paula J. Martin for her outstanding leadership in science education and her dedication as a teacher to the Scott children, Danny '05, Greg '06, and Liz '08. As a member of the teaching faculty, Paula has impacted students by enhancing their intellectual curiosity for the sciences. By recognizing and rewarding teaching excellence, The Paula J. Martin Endowed Chair for Science generates funds to support the salary and benefits for a member of the Upper School science teaching faculty. In addition, this gift provides financial resources to enhance the growing endowment dedicated to delivering competitive compensation for Saint Andrew's School faculty within the Upper School science discipline.

$500,000 - $999,999

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  • The George E. Andrews II Endowed Chair for Faculty Excellence

    As Saint Andrew's first endowed chair, this fund honors Headmaster George E. Andrews II for his commitment to those who teach and those who learn. Created by Ann and Kevin Brolley, this fund will award an additional salary stipend to an Upper School teacher to recognize and encourage professional development that will directly benefit the academic program. It will also be an instrument to reward as well as nourish continuing excellence in teaching. Funds raised in excess of the established chair will provide financial resources to enhance the growing endowment dedicated to provide competitive compensation for all members of the Saint Andrew's School faculty.

$250,000 - $499,999

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  • Adele & George Merck Endowed Chair for Faculty Excellence in English

    Established in 2005, Adele and George Merck established the first endowed faculty chair for a member of the Saint Andrew's School English Department. This fund supports the professional growth and development of talented faculty who develop and nurture students' ability to read and write well, while enhancing intellectual curiosity and creativity. With this gift, the Merck family recognized that faculty are members of the Saint Andrew's learning community whose intellectual curiosity and creativity must also be nurtured and developed. The positive interaction between knowledgeable faculty and motivated students is at the heart of Saint Andrew's School.

$50,000 - $99,999

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  • The Talbott Endowed Fund for Faculty Excellence

    This endowed fund, created by Greg and Mimi Talbott, will enable the School to attract, retain, and reward quality teachers. The proceeds generated from this fund are specifically designated for an annual award to a faculty member to use to further advance his or her educational skills through a summer course of study, education-related travel or other approved means.

Faculty Compensation

$500,000 - $999,999

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  • The Paula J. Martin Endowed Chair for Science

    In 2006, the Scott Family established the first endowed faculty chair for a member of the Saint Andrew's Upper School Science Department. Established to recognize faculty excellence, this gift honors Paula J. Martin for her outstanding leadership in science education and her dedication as a teacher to the Scott children, Danny '05, Greg '06, and Liz '08. As a member of the teaching faculty, Paula has impacted students by enhancing their intellectual curiosity for the sciences. By recognizing and rewarding teaching excellence, The Paula J. Martin Endowed Chair for Science generates funds to support the salary and benefits for a member of the Upper School science teaching faculty. In addition, this gift provides financial resources to enhance the growing endowment dedicated to delivering competitive compensation for Saint Andrew's School faculty within the Upper School science discipline.

$250,000 - $499,999

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  • Cecilia and Gary Peters Endowment Fund for Professional Learning

    Established in 2017 by Cecilia and Gary Peters, this endowed fund provides financial resources to support faculty professional learning opportunities. The Peters recognize that children are born ready, eager, and able to learn and that great results are possible through the use of compelling, creative, and imaginative teaching techniques. Teachers are themselves life-long learners, and Cecilia and Gary believe that passionate teachers who have been reenergized and stimulated through well-deserved and meaningful enrichment opportunities are best equipped to promote active and enthusiastic learning among students.
  • Endowed Fund for Faculty Excellence

    In response to the school's need to provide the financial resources necessary to recruit and to retain faculty who demonstrate teaching excellence and a devotion to students, this endowed fund was established in 2005 by an anonymous donor. Income generated from this fund will be for the specific purpose of increasing faculty compensation.
  • The Thomas Family Endowed Fund for Academic Leadership

    Inspired by the Saint Andrew's School motto Semper Stellas Spectemus, The Thomas Family Endowed Fund for Academic Leadership was established in 2007 by the generosity of Suzanne and Stephen Thomas. This gift supports the advancement of the Saint Andrew's Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12 academic program by developing and strengthening academic leadership in math, science, and fine and performing arts. It also serves as an inspiration to our school community to continue to develop dynamic and innovative academic programs, which foster the skills needed to respond to a rapidly changing world.
  • The Weprin Family

    They established the first endowed academic chair for a department head at Saint Andrew's School. This fund, established in 2005, generates funds that will provide support for the salary and benefits of the Chair of the English Department in perpetuity. The Chair is trusted with the stewardship of the mission of the English Department, resulting in mastery of content area and language skills, as well as enhancement of intellectual curiosity and creativity of all Saint Andrew's students. This gift enables us to continue to steward the Chair of this department through competitive compensation.

$100,000 - $249,999

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  • David Jones Faculty Endowment Fund

    The David Jones Faculty Endowment, created by Mr. and Mrs. Duane S. Stiller '79, along with Mrs. Tandy STILLER Robinson '81, will nurture and reward deserving faculty who aspire to live up to his legacy of teaching excellence. David Jones served Saint Andrew's School for 28 years as a revered member of the faculty and chair of the English Department for many of those years. David and his wife Lynn also were beloved members of the residential community until his retirement in 2004. His love of teaching, devotion to students and dry wit are fondly remembered by the hundreds of students whom he taught.
  • The Bisaria Family Endowed Academic Fund

$50,000 - $99,999

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  • Faculty Endowment Fund

    Established during the "Tradition with a Vision" Capital Campaign to recognize and support the faculty at Saint Andrew's School. Income from the fund will provide annual grants to faculty for professional development, including course work, travel grants, and conferences.
  • Jacqueline and Philip Feldman Endowed Faculty Fund

    In 2011, the Jacqueline and Philip Feldman Endowed Faculty Fund was established to honor Saint Andrew‘s 50th Anniversary. This endowment provides funding for educational opportunities that improve teaching performance, promote educational quality, and attract and retain faculty of the highest quality. Additionally, this fund adds to our school’s growing endowment dedicated to deliver competitive compensation for Saint Andrew's School faculty in perpetuity. Endowment for faculty affords teachers—who are the cornerstone of a Saint Andrews education—opportunities for professional and personal growth. The Jacqueline and Philip Feldman Endowed Faculty Fund provides a wonderful legacy for the Feldman children—Alexander, Monica ’17, Benjamin ’18, and Zachary ’18.
  • Janusz Korczak Faculty Award

    Established in 1998 by Dr. Daniel and Dena Man in honor of Dr. Janusk Korczak, a distinguished Polish cultural figure who dedicated his life to protecting and defending children during the Holocaust. The award is presented annually to a faculty member who has been an especially giving, caring, and devoted teacher and friend of students.
  • Okean Family Endowed Faculty Salary Enrichment Fund

    As a response to the school's need to grow endowment and reward our gifted and dedicated faculty with competitive compensation, in the spring of 2006, Linda and Paul Okean established The Okean Family Endowed Faculty Salary Enrichment Fund. This fund enables Saint Andrew's School to continue to maintain its commitment to faculty compensation and to sustain and enhance our school's ability to provide excellence in education to the students entrusted to our care.
  • Richman Learning Resources Endowed Fund

    Lori and Andy Richman created the Richman Learning Resources Endowed Fund to provide programming for learning differences among Saint Andrew's students. Resources from this fund have made possible, in part, a learning resources specialist, academic support for students with special learning styles, and training for Saint Andrew's faculty.
  • SAPA Faculty Endowment Fund

    Established by the Saint Andrew's School Parents' Association with funds raised through community events. Income from the Fund provides annual grants to faculty for professional development, including course work, travel, grants and conferences.

Global Experience

$100,000 - $249,999

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  • The Global Curriculum Fund

    This fund was established in 2014 to provide opportunities that encourage creative thinking and global perspective. Income from this fund will support a learning environment that offers a robust, comprehensive, and global understanding of historical and current world issues.  Funding will support innovative, international curriculum, international study, and travel for students and faculty.

Financial Aid

$1,000,000 and Over

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  • The Gary Peters Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship

    In 2008, responding to the school's need to grow a substantial endowment that supports and reflects Saint Andrew's commitment to economic diversity, Cecilia and Gary Peters established The Gary Peters Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship. This fund also supports the school's mission to nurture the whole child in mind, body, and spirit-a critical point at the heart of an education in the Episcopal tradition. By providing the necessary financial resources to deserving students who demonstrate the highest standard of excellence as students, athletes, and leaders among their peers, The Gary Peters Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship enables the school to enroll high-achieving, high-potential students, thus strengthening the school's community of learners, while providing the opportunity for a Saint Andrew's School education to economically disadvantaged families.

$250,000 - $499,999

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  • The George and Lil Andrews Endowed Scholarship Fund

    Established by Susan and Peter Brockway, The George and Lil Andrews Endowed Scholarship Fund recognizes George and Lil Andrews for their service to Saint Andrew's School. Reverend George E. Andrews II served Saint Andrew's as Headmaster from 1989-2007. Reverend Andrews and his wife are passionate educators whose leadership over an eighteen-year period profoundly impacted the development of Saint Andrew's School. Income from The George and Lil Andrews Endowed Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to academically qualified students who are not able to attend Saint Andrew's School without scholarship support.
  • The Forrest C. Lattner Foundation Scholarship Fund

    The Forrest C. Lattner Foundation Scholarship Fund was established in 1996 with a grant from the Foundation. Mr. Forrest Comer Lattner was a self-made gentleman to whom education was all important. As a young man he set aside his plans to attend college and went to work in a three-teacher school to pay for his sister's college education. Later, he enrolled in the University of Texas and worked throughout his undergraduate years to pay his own tuition. In the late ‘30's and early ‘40's he served as a Managing Partner of Lazard Freres on Wall Street and in 1942 moved to Delray Beach following a heart attack. During his forty-eight years in Florida, he founded the successful Central Louisiana Electric Company and the Delray Oil Company. In 1982, he established The Forrest C. Lattner Foundation in Delray Beach. His daughters attended the Gulf Stream School and are active trustees of the Foundation, which awards grants mainly in the areas of health and social services, education and the humanities. Income from the Forrest C. Lattner Foundation Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to academically qualified students who are not able to attend Saint Andrew's without scholarship support.
  • Office Depot Scholarship Fund

    In 1999, Office Depot, Inc., joined in partnership with Saint Andrew's School to establish the Corporate Scholars Program. To create a more economically, culturally, and racially diverse student body, Office Depot, Inc., pledged to provide tuition assistance to a minority student for thirteen years, starting in the fall of 2000. In addition, Office Depot established this endowed Scholarship Fund so that when the company's annual pledge is completed in 2013, the scholarship will continue. In order to enhance the program, Saint Andrew's and Office Depot will be developing more corporate partners who are committed to helping children with limited educational opportunities.
  • Dr. Claire Smith Hornung Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund

    In 2016, Saint Andrew’s School established the Dr. Claire Smith Hornung Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund in memory of Dr. Claire Smith Hornung.  Dr. Hornung was a talented and passionate educator, a valued member of the Saint Andrew’s administration and resident life team, and Head of the Lower School from July 2014 until her death in November 2016.  Most importantly, Claire was a wonderful wife and mother and set an example for all to follow.  To quote Helen Keller, "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart."  Claire embodied this notion with passion and grace.   It was Dr. Hornung’s desire to establish a fund that would directly support the school’s mission to nurture the whole child in mind, body, and spirit and provide resources for economically disadvantaged children to attend Saint Andrew’s Lower School.  This is a wonderful tribute to the life of our beloved friend and teacher.
  • Templeton Scholars Fund

    Established in 1999 by Yvonne and Mark Templeton to offer an annual scholarship for a middle or upper school student who upholds the value of integrity and is of good moral character, with special consideration given to assist families with multiple students enrolled at Saint Andrew's. This scholarship is renewable based upon the recipient's maintaining academic standards and expectations consistent with his or her selection.
  • Vegso Endowed Scholarship Fund

    Anne and Peter Vegso, parents of Melinda '99 and Hayley '04, established the Anne and Peter Vegso Scholarship Fund in 1998 with a gift to the Saint Andrew's School Endowment Fund for Financial Aid. Income from the fund is to be awarded annually to an academically qualified Saint Andrew's student of good moral character who needs financial support in order to attend the School.
  • The Bober and Ventrice Families Endowed Scholarship Fund

    Established by Karen and Michael Bober and Maria and Ed Ventrice, this fund recognizes the value of offering a Saint Andrew's School education to talented and deserving students who have demonstrated financial need. Equally important, this fund honors the Bober and Ventrice children - Devin '13, Alec '14, Zach '14, Taylor '15, Courtney '16, and Shanna '19. The Bober and Ventrice Families Endowed Scholarship Fund will provide the necessary resources to enroll Upper School students who have demonstrated the highest standard of excellence as students, athletes, and leaders among their peers. This fund supports the mission of Saint Andrew's School by enrolling students who exemplify the best of mind, body, and spirit, which is the cornerstone of a Saint Andrew's School education.

$100,000 - $249,999

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  • Alexander D. Henderson Memorial Scholarship

    Henderson was ultimately to become the School's chief benefactor in its formative years. Upon retirement, the former Vice-President and Director of Avon Products, Inc., moved to Florida. His deep philanthropic concern touched the lives of most South Florida residents. Not only did he make the dream of Saint Andrew's a reality, he founded and established the Hillsboro Country Day School and the Henderson Laboratory School affiliated with FAU. He died in July 1964. This scholarship was established by his wife, Mrs. Lucy Henderson. In addition, Henderson Hall is named for Mr. Henderson, and the Chapel of Saint Andrew the Apostle is a memorial to Mr. Henderson. Mr. Henderson's son, A. Douglas Henderson, is a 1964 graduate of Saint Andrew's.
  • Erik Persoff '91 Memorial Fund

    Following the untimely death of Erik Persoff '91 shortly after his graduation from Saint Andrew's, a scholarship fund was established in his memory by family and friends. Erik was the recipient of the Parents' Association Merit Scholarship for the senior boy who "demonstrated personal integrity, inner-direction, independence of thought, perseverance, and who improved the quality of life at Saint Andrew's School." Erik had planned to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston. He was a talented rock performer, actor, writer, and award-winning cartoonist, in addition to being an active environmentalist and scholar. A classically trained pianist, Erik was the recipient of the National Piano Guild's Paderewski Award. Erik also played guitar, bass, drums, and various wind instruments.
  • James M. Davis '66 Scholarship Fund

    The Scholarship Fund was started in 1981 in memory of James (Jim) McArthur Davis by his friend Steve Shelton '67 with the support of Jim's parents, James and Jean McArthur Davis, and friends. With the establishment of the scholarship, Mr. Shelton credited Saint Andrew's as being "a great character builder" and the faculty for "instilling values that shaped our lives." While at Saint Andrew's, Jim was varsity football captain, treasurer of the senior class, a Flying Scotsmen, and a member of the varsity soccer and baseball teams; he was an avid outdoorsman. He graduated with a business administration degree from Southern Methodist University in 1970. At the time of his death in 1978, Jim was the General Manager of McArthur Dairy, Inc. The scholarship is awarded annually to a student in grades 10 through 12 who is a competitor in a varsity sport.
  • Keith and Elaine J. Wold Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1996 by Dr. Keith C. and Elaine J. Wold, income from this Scholarship Fund provides financial aid for a needy student at Saint Andrew's School. Dr. Wold served on the School's initial Board of Trustees and in 1970 was named a lifetime member of the Board. The Wolds' son, Clint, graduated from Saint Andrew's in 1969.
  • Lisa Curtis Ehlers '76 Memorial Scholarship Fund

    This scholarship was created in 1984 in memory of Lisa CURTIS Ehlers '76 by her husband Peter and her parents, former Headmaster Eugene and Betty Curtis. Lisa entered the First Form in 1970 and was known for her wonderful spirit and vitality. She participated in the French Club and was a staff member of both the Tartan and the Bagpiper. She was a 1980 graduate of Wheaton College in Massachusetts. The Fund was established to make it possible for others, who will bring her exuberance and vitality to the campus, to attend the school, and thus perpetuate her relationship to the school.
  • SAPA Scholarship Endowment Fund

    Established by the Saint Andrew's School Parents' Association with funds raised through community events. This need-based scholarship helps to support a qualified minority day student chosen from the Greater Boca Raton area.
  • The Diversity Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1990 by an anonymous donor, this fund's objective is to provide financial aid to a student whose presence would add meaningful diversity to the student body. The recipient would have the ability, character, and motivation to excel academically and to contribute significantly to other areas of school life.
  • The F. Jacqueline Mullin Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Established by the Ernest "Bud" Miller family in 1996 in memory of Mrs. Miller's mother, F. Jacqueline Mullin, a dedicated educator whose love was special education. The Millers' two children, Jacqueline '87 and Christopher '90, attended Saint Andrew's, and the family believes strongly in the Saint Andrew's experience. The Millers describe the ideal candidate for this scholarship as "...someone who will use his or her academic and athletic skills in combination with the Saint Andrew's experience to be successful in life and then go out and help others." Through this scholarship, the Miller family would like to help create a growing group of people who feel a sense of responsibility to help others.
  • The Helen Greenfield Memorial Endowment Fund

    The Helen Greenfield Memorial Endowment Fund honors Helen Greenfield, grandmother to Kelsey ’09 and Kara ’12. As a single mother during tough economic times, Helen raised her sons to be successful men of character.  This fund has been established in her memory to provide the gift of education to an economically challenged, minority day student. The student should be of strong character, participate in athletics, and have the potential and desire to improve academically. Opportunity, when combined with the patience, guidance, and encouragement of others, inspires young people to believe in themselves and achieve their future goals.
  • The Robert and Diane Bok Endowed Scholarship Fund

    Proceeds from this Endowed Scholarship Fund are restricted for the sole purpose of offering scholarship monies to qualifying students of Saint Andrew's School. A Saint Andrew's education is a gift of extraordinary value, but the tuition associated with such a quality educational experience is decidedly beyond the reach of many qualified applicants. Awards made from this fund will help to assure that eager students of all means and circumstances have the opportunity for a Saint Andrew's education.
  • The Spadea-Nachmann Endowed Scholarship Fund

    In response to the school's need to grow a substantial endowment that will support and reflect Saint Andrew's commitment to economic diversity, Luanne Spadea-Nachman '91 and her husband Marc Nachman generously established the The Spadea-Nachman Endowed Scholarship Fund. This fund will enable Saint Andrew's to enroll talented and bright students who have a demonstrated need for financial aid.
  • Wade Goss '71 Minority Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1986 by Glenn Stover '67 for the purpose of enhancing the cultural diversity of the Saint Andrew's School community by providing tuition assistance to minority students. Mr. Stover named the fund in honor of Wade Tynes Pretlow Goss '71, one of the first African-Americans to attend Saint Andrew's School, who "contributed a great deal to Saint Andrew's through his warmth and intelligence, his musical and theatrical abilities, and his dedication to the school." Mr. Goss died in 1987 at the age of 35.

$50,000 - $99,999

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  • Joan Valenti Endowed Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2011 by Lt. Colonel Philip C. Valenti to honor his wife Joan for her approximately 25 years of service to Saint Andrew’s School and her lifetime devotion to helping others in need. The Joan Valenti Endowed Scholarship Fund provides essential financial resources to academically qualified students who would not otherwise be able to attend Saint Andrew’s. Joan believed that education opens doors to a world full of hope, promise, and opportunity. Whether she was teaching Bible in the Middle School, advising the Key Club, proctoring a final exam, or delivering banana bread to brighten someone’s day, Joan would hop on her bike to help anyone at anytime. This fund honors Joan as an educator whose selflessness inspired young people to succeed, help others, and promote the very best in everyone.
  • Reader's Digest Endowed Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1972 with a gift of $25,000 from The DeWitt Wallace Fund to provide partial scholarships for middle-income students who have completed their first year at Saint Andrew's School. The amount awarded is not to exceed one-third of the annual full tuition.
  • The Benedict Family Endowed Fund for Louis and Sally Tunick

    In 2007, Lisa and Larry Benedict established The Benedict Family Endowed Fund for Louis and Sally Tunick to provide financial resources to academically qualified students who would not otherwise be able to attend Saint Andrew's School. This fund honors the memory of Larry's grandparents, Louis and Sally Tunick, who believed in the richness of family and friends, in treating others with love and respect, and in providing opportunity for others to excel. With this gift, Lisa and Larry have established in perpetuity a fund that turns the Tunick's noble aspirations into reality for many promising young people.
  • The Caragol Family Endowed Scholarship Fund

    The Caragol Family Endowed Scholarship Fund was established for the purpose of increasing financial aid for promising students. It is intended to support the goal of providing an extraordinary Saint Andrew's education to motivated and gifted students, regardless of their means.
  • The Davimos Family Endowed Fund

    Established in 2008 by Richard and Marilyn Davimos and his son, Robert and Robert's wife, Melissa, The Davimos Family Endowed Fund provides financial assistance to academically qualified students who would not otherwise be able to attend Saint Andrew's School. The Davimos family has a long history of supporting quality programs that address social issues, especially in our community. Having already established permanently funded scholarship programs at the university level, the family is proud to be a part of Saint Andrew's growing endowment, supporting young people as they develop their special talents and abilities.
  • The Edward E. Ford Foundation Scholarship Fund

    The Edward E. Ford Foundation Scholarship Fund was established in 1996 by a challenge grant from the Edward E. Ford Foundation and matching contributions from individual and corporate friends of Saint Andrew's School. The Fund has been placed in scholarship endowment and the income from the Fund will enable the School to increase financial aid for "needy students, grade 9-12."
  • The Eugene J. Curtis, Jr. Memorial Fund

    Eugene J. Curtis, Jr. served as Headmaster of Saint Andrew's School from 1964 to 1971. Serving also in an early critical role of business manager, he was responsible for supervising the construction of the original campus and its buildings. His contributions did not stop when he retired as Headmaster. Mr. Curtis continued to serve as a Trustee Emeritus, where his devotion, dedication, and enthusiasm for the School endured until his death. Upon his death in 1996, his wife, Betty Curtis, established this Fund. Initial gifts provided for stained glass windows in The Chapel of Saint Andrew. Gifts received after 1996 have endowed this Fund for scholarship assistance.
  • The Wilson M. Petricig Endowed Fund

    Established by Stacy and Keith Palagye in honor of their son Wilson Petricig, Class of 2010, The Wilson M. Petricig Endowed Fund recognizes the value of offering educational enrichment to talented and deserving students who have demonstrated financial need. Proceeds from The Wilson M. Petricig Endowed Fund will be restricted for the sole purpose of providing scholarship assistance to qualified students to attend Saint Andrew’s School.  Education is viewed as the great equalizer. The Wilson M. Petricig Endowed Fund assures that bright, young minds and eager students… regardless of means and circumstances… will be exposed to educational opportunities vital to their success as adults.
  • Upper School Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1995 by a Florida foundation that wishes to remain anonymous. The scholarship is need-based and restricted to an academically qualified Upper School student.

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  • Ann Rentschler Cassady Memorial Fund

    Established in 1997 in memory of Mrs. Cassady with gifts from her husband, William F. Cassady, her five daughters, Rita Cassady '76, Raina Cassady Thomas '78, Rowena Cassady Frazel '80, Rhiannon Cassady '83, Rachel Cassady Nevelos '88 and her son, Frederick Cassady. Mrs. Cassady, an active member of the Episcopal Church in Boca Raton, was involved in the planning stages of Saint Andrew's School with the Episcopal School Foundation. Income from the Memorial Fund is distributed to a male or female student with special needs.
  • Carolyn Bourne Endowment Fund

    The fund was established in 1976 with a bequest from the Estate of Mrs. Bourne.
  • Donald Jones Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1985 by friends and family in memory of the well-liked and respected coach. Mr. Jones became the varsity football coach in 1980 and the athletic director in 1981. Mr. William Posey stated in A History of Saint Andrew's School, "He was indeed a gentleman-scholar-athlete of the highest order." In 1986, the football field was named the Don Jones Memorial Field.
  • Evelyn Duncan Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Established by family and friends in memory of Evelyn Duncan, beloved wife of the Right Reverend James L. Duncan, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida.
  • Marge and Jack Lanthier Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1997 with an initial gift from Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Craske, "In appreciation of Marge Lanthier as she retires from a job exceedingly well done." Mrs. Craske, a former member of the Board of Trustees who served as the first Chair of the Development Committee, wanted to recognize the accomplishments of Marge Lanthier, Director of External Affairs at Saint Andrew's School from 1994 to 1997. Marge Lanthier provided the leadership for the successful "Tradition...With a Vision" Capital Campaign. Her husband Jack was a member of the Campaign Cabinet and an active volunteer throughout the Campaign. Income from the Fund will be distributed to academically qualified needy students.
  • Mark St. John Stafford '73 Memorial Scholarship Fund

    This Fund is a memorial to Mark St. John Stafford '73, who died in 1975. While attending Saint Andrew's, Mark was a member of the Spanish Club, cross-country and tennis teams. He served as captain of the tennis team in 1972-73, leading the Scots to their fifth state tournament appearance. This scholarship is awarded to a deserving boy or girl who plays on the tennis team.
  • Paul Lacoste Maddock Fund

    Established by Paul L. Maddock, a prominent Palm Beach business and civic leader. Mr. Maddock was a Trustee of Saint Andrew's School for nearly fifteen years. He was also designated Trustee Emeritus at Brown University, where he was a member of the Class of '33. This scholarship was designed to be awarded to an outstanding junior or senior who has contributed to the School through his or her extracurricular activities. It is hoped the applicant's individual strengths, in addition to his or her academic capacity, would make the applicant a logical candidate for admission to Brown University or a college of equal academic standing. Mr. Maddock died in 1985. He was the husband of Judith Cady Maddock, and the father of eight children, three of whom are Saint Andrew's graduates: Sidney Bradford Maddock '81, Suzanne Cady Maddock '82, and Jeffrey Paul Maddock '84.
  • Phyllis Gould Memorial Fund

    Established in 1989 with gifts from former students, friends and family, the Fund honors Phyllis Gould, an outstanding teacher of music and Head of the Music Department from 1962 to 1974. Mrs. Gould was the only woman on the faculty at the beginning of her tenure. Performances throughout the county by her Saint Andrew's Flying Scots, a singing group numbering around sixty boys, brought recognition to the School and its fine music program. This scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has a keen interest in music.
  • The Alumni Scholarship Fund

    The Alumni Scholarship Fund was established in 1968 with gifts from the alumni of Saint Andrew's School.
  • The Eugene J. Curtis, Jr. Memorial Fund

    Eugene J. Curtis, Jr. served as Headmaster of Saint Andrew's School from 1964 to 1971. Serving also in an early critical role of business manager, he was responsible for supervising the construction of the original campus and its buildings. His contributions did not stop when he retired as Headmaster. Mr. Curtis continued to serve as a Trustee Emeritus, where his devotion, dedication, and enthusiasm for the School endured until his death. Upon his death in 1996, his wife, Betty Curtis, established this Fund. Initial gifts provided for stained glass windows in The Chapel of Saint Andrew. Gifts received after 1996 have endowed this Fund for scholarship assistance.
  • The Stephen J. Bodzo Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Created in 1980 by his wife, Barbara Bodzo. Mr. Bodzo was a long-time resident of Boca Raton and a valued supporter of Saint Andrew's School. He was head of Stephen J. Bodzo Realty at the time of his death in an airplane accident. Their children, Stephen J. Bodzo, Jr. '79 and Donna Marie Bodzo '81, both graduated from Saint Andrew's School.
  • William Ebner Glover Scholarship Fund

    Mr. Glover was a Saint Andrew's School Trustee for thirteen years and a prominent Boca Raton businessman. The Fund was created in 1986 by his wife Mary Elizabeth Shircliff Glover Bastin, their children, who are graduates of Saint Andrew's, (Martha GLOVER Perry '74, Gregory Ebner Glover '75, Thomas Shircliff Glover '77, John Bayard Glover '79, and David Ebner Glover '81), and friends.

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