The Campaign for Nativity Prep
We are thrilled to announce that Nativity Prep's ambitious capital campaign, Securing the Promise, has now reached its $10 million goal! We are deeply grateful to the many generous benefactors who have made this dream a reality.
Nativity's Securing the Promise campaign has built a significant endowment to support the hiring and retention of highly qualified teachers. Securing the Promise also continues to enhance the school's math, technology, and science departments, underwriting the cost of equipment that enables Nativity students to prepare for the rigors of twenty-first century college prep high schools. In addition, this campaign has allowed the school to extend a NEW promise – to work with boys and their families at an earlier age, and for an additional year. Nativity opened a new 4th grade program in the fall of 2013 and we have enrolled our fourth 4th grade class in the fall of 2016.
Finally, this campaign promises to allow Nativity Prep to endow its Graduate Support Program so that the school can provide critical support (such as college guidance, scholarship help with tuition gaps, and career mentoring) to its graduates in high school, college and beyond.
To find out how you can partner with Nativity Prep to make and meets its promises for the next generation, please contact Nativity’s President, Fr. John Wronski, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (857) 728-0031 x12. Join us in promising that a tuition-free model remains sustainable for students and families in Boston who aspire to academic excellence and college-readiness.
Please click the image below to view examples of the promises that Nativity has kept to its graduates, and in turn, the promises that our graduates have kept to Nativity and to our community at large.
Honorary Campaign Co-Chairs:
Jack Connors, Jr.
Jack Shaughnessy, Sr.
Tom and Liz Niedermeyer
Campaign Steering Committee:
Joan Brassil, Donna Cullinan, Paul Daoust, Tim Fulham, Joe Harney, Tom Hynes, Kevin Leary, Rick Miller, Liz Niedermeyer, Tom Niedermeyer, Jim O’Leary, Cathy O’Neil, Peter Reed, John Riley, and Matt Whitcomb
Dave Melville, Sr. and Rev. John C. Wronski, SJ