The Marshall School Community Fund
With the disruptions across our community and across the world due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we know families within the Twin Ports and here at Marshall School are feeling the effects on many levels—physically, emotionally, financially—and we are committed to help. In order to fulfill that commitment, we need your help.
During this time of financial insecurity, we seek to partner with as many current families as we can, bridging them through job loss by providing emergency tuition assistance for the upcoming school year. In navigating this crisis, we have learned that for many families, Marshall is more than just a school, it is also a source of stability and structure. By working together, we can honor our Mission and extend some compassion to Hilltoppers in need.
Marshall students are known by their teachers, excited about coming to school, celebrated for who they are, inspired by enriching activities, and encouraged to find their purpose in the world. We believe this should be a reality for as many children as possible, which is why the Marshall School Community Fund provides resources to make Marshall more affordable for students from a broader socioeconomic range and to allow those students to fully access the programming at Marshall.
The Community Fund supports Marshall’s commitment to creating an inclusive, diverse, and accessible educational community. In a nutshell, it provides Marshall with broad discretion to use funds to make Marshall more affordable for families, and to make the experience of those students more successful throughout their time at Marshall. We appreciate your support of this incredible community of students, faculty, and families.