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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 first-ever multi-phase comprehensive fundraising campaign in its 168-year history. The Campaign is structured as a phased approach over a longer term of years. With this structure, we plan to achieve The Hill's greatest fundraising success from the broadest and deepest of our consttiuenceis for initiavies rooted in our new strategic design for The Hill's future. 

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.

Phase I (July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2019)

GOAL: $43.6 million

Phase II (July 1, 2019 to July 30, 2022)

  • $17.5 milllion: The Shirley Quadrivium Center
  • $15.5 million: Student Aid
  • $8 million: Renovation of Classroom Building into a dormitory
  • $11 million: Faculty Compensation (Aspire)
  • $10.35 million: The Hill Fund and Parent Fund
GOAL: $62.35 million

The Shirley Quadrivium Center

The Shirley Quadrivium Center will be The Hill School’s transformational new facility where four academic disciplines meet: Engineering, Science, Math, and Technology.

On Friday, January 25, 2019, The Hill School Board of Trustees voted unanimously to move forward with the construction of The Shirley Quadrivium Center.

The School will break ground on this transformational STEM facility in June 2019 with a projected opening date of September 2020. The Center, revolutionizing scientific education at The Hill School, will link the Widener Science Building and Widener Arts and Crafts Building to create a combined structure that houses our redesigned science, math, engineering, computer science, and digital design curricula.

If you are interested in learning more about supporting the Quadrivium Center or 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.