A Generous Pledge from the Crescent Parent Association
The Crescent Parent Association (CPA) has announced a pledge to donate up to $1 million to Crescent School.
To be fulfilled by 2027, the CPA’s pledge includes $500,000 to Phase 1 of Crescent’s Master Campus Plan, plus up to $500,000 to add to the CPA Centennial Scholarship. The scholarship provides financial assistance to support Upper School students. The specific Master Campus Plan project supported by the CPA pledge will be announced at a later date.
“We are thrilled to be giving back to the school that has given so much to our boys,” says incoming CPA President Magda Koinis-Tsagogeorgas P’26. “We are honoured to announce our support of the future capital project and the CPA Centennial Scholarship. Both initiatives will make a difference in the lives of our current and future boys and will help Crescent continue to grow vibrantly.”
“This pledge would not be possible if it wasn’t for the community of Crescent parents who give so much of their time, generosity and support,” says 2020-2021 CPA President Andrea Bunker P’20, ’22, ’25. “It is this Crescent community that sets us apart from our peers at other independent schools.”
“We are extremely fortunate to have such a committed parent community at Crescent,” says Headmaster Michael Fellin P’24. “This is an exciting juncture in Crescent’s history and I am delighted that the CPA is playing such a generous role in supporting our mission.”
The CPA is a volunteer organization representing all parents of Crescent students. Its mission is to work in partnership with Crescent School to build Crescent's unique sense of community, through social, fundraising and outreach initiatives.
In 2020, the CPA announced a pledge of $50,000 to support expendable student financial aid to assist Crescent families impacted by COVID-19. The CPA also remains committed to endowed financial aid through the CPA Centennial Scholarship.