The Hopkins Fund provides nearly five percent of the School's operating budget not covered by endowment income and tuition. Your participation ensures our continued success as a learning community and inspires others to join you in this community-wide effort.
All gifts, regardless of size, are vital as Hopkins continues its more than 360 year tradition of providing an exceptional education to today's students. Your participation is an affirmation of the School's mission and its culture of academic excellence.
As you consider your support of Hopkins School, you have the ability to direct your contribution to the area that means the most to you.
The Hopkins Fund is the School’s yearly campaign supporting the entire Hopkins experience. Gifts to The Hopkins Fund are the true lifeblood of the School, helping to provide a transformative academic experience that inspires our students to think creatively and nurtures the development of character essential to leading a rich and purposeful life.
Thank you for investing in Hopkins and in the lifelong success of our students!
Yes – while The Hopkins Fund supports every aspect of the Hopkins experience, you can designate your gift to the area (or areas) that mean the most to you. When making a gift to The Hopkins Fund, you can choose to direct your gift to Academics, Arts, Athletics, Faculty Support, Financial Aid, Fund for Social Justice, Pathfinder, Technology, or the Area of Greatest Need.
Leadership support helps secure Hopkins as a leading academic institution in the country. Built on a long standing tradition of philanthropy, these contributions allow for the School to offer over $5 million in financial assistance to today's students, and ensures our ability to attract and retain talented and diverse faculty.
Advancing Hopkins' academic, artistic, and athletics programs is a valuable and worthy cause. Your investment in Hopkins' students is one of the best investments you can make in the future.
That’s okay! Participating at any level is a vote of confidence in the mission of the School, faculty and administration. Each year, more than 2,000 alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends support the School with a tax deductible gift.
Hopkins is a private middle school and high school for grades 7-12. Located on a campus overlooking New Haven, CT, the School takes pride in its intellectually curious students as well as its dedicated faculty and staff.