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The Strength of All Campaign

The Hill School Campaign to Preserve Tradition and Inspire Innovation


The Strength of All
Campaign is The Hill School’s $175 million, multi- phase comprehensive fundraising campaign. Phase I raises $44 million in new gifts and pledge commitments for the following signature projects and programs at The Hill School: The Dining Hall renovation; faculty compensation; Hobart’s Run; and The Hill Fund. Phase II builds on the success of Phase I and secures an additional $46 million in new gifts and pledge commitments for the new Quadrivium Center; student aid; renovation of the Classroom Building; and The Hill Fund. Phases III and IV’s fundraising priorities will be informed by the School’s new strategic plan under consideration currently by the Board of Trustees and our administrative team and faculty.

The success of The Hill School truly depends on ‘the strength of all.’ We need the commitment and participation of everyone who cares about the future of this remarkable place to enhance and sustain The Hill for future generations.
 
If you are interested in supporting The Strength of All Campaign, please contact Assistant Headmaster for Institutional Giving Christian P. Sockel P'22 at csockel@thehill.org or 610-705-1005.

The Quadrivium Center

The Quadrivium Center will be The Hill School’s transformational new facility where four academic disciplines meet: Engineering, Science, Math, and Technology.
 
The Quadrivium Center fully supports our redesigned curriculum, provides the flexibility for future modifications and programs, and, most importantly, facilitates a significant paradigm shift in current teaching and learning practices. The Quadrivium Center will serve as a mark of distinction for The Hill School for the 21st century and it is time to make this authentic learning facility a reality.
 
The $16 million construction of the Quadrivium Center involves renovating and retro-fitting the Widener Arts and Crafts and Widener Science Buildings. With all fundraising completed by early 2019, we can begin Phase I (link construction and renovation of Widener Arts and Crafts) in June 2019, and Phase II (renovation of Widener Science Building) beginning in spring 2020.
 
If you are interested in learning more about the Quadrivium Center, please contact Assistant Headmaster for Institutional Giving Christian P. Sockel P'22 at csockel@thehill.org or 610-705-1005.
 

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