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Campaign Impact

Your support for the Campaign for Cardigan 2020 enables the School to build upon programmatic strengths, improve campus facilities, and enhance community life. Whether through gifts to endowment or to capital projects, Campaign donors are helping us reach long-term strategic goals—a key reason that Cardigan leads middle school education for boys.

In 2009, the Campaign set a goal of raising $50 million in support of the School’s strategic objectives. We are proud that, as of June 30, 2018, you have helped us raise more than $49 million for Cardigan. Your remarkable support has paved the way for new possibilities, and motivates us to work even harder toward strengthening our School.

Endowment

Financial sustainability is crucial for Cardigan, and raising funds for endowment is an important component of our Campaign. Since 2009, Cardigan’s endowment has seen an increase of $9.8 million. To support long-term stability and achieve our strategic goals, we continue to focus on raising endowment for all areas of school life. We are pleased to report that fundraising efforts for capital projects such as Hayward Hall, Clark-Morgan Hall, and McCusker Hall also incorporate endowment components to support each facility’s long-term sustainability and maintenance.

Capital Projects

Read below about transformative capital projects of the Campaign that continue to enrich life on The Point, or view a timeline of Campaign achievements.

McCusker Hall (Summer 2016)
McCusker Hall
Located on the south end of Cardigan's campus, construction on McCusker Hall began September 2015. The residential facility consists of four faculty apartments and 14 student rooms. In addition to the new building, a loop road connecting the east and west side of the campus was constructed.

 
Clark-Morgan Hall (Fall 2015)

Clark Morgan

Clark-Morgan Hall houses the Admissions and Summer Programs Offices and two floors of student dormitory residences. The century-old building underwent a complete renovation to provide better and safer housing for its residents, and well as a restored and enhanced Haffenreffer Room where visitors are welcomed to campus.


Hayward Hall Renovation (Fall 2013)
Hayward Hall

Formerly housing the School’s dining hall, Hayward Hall was renovated to provide additional student rooms and faculty residences.

Marrion & Wakely Centers Renovation (Summer 2013)

Fitness Center

Enhancement of locker room space in the Marrion Athletic Center, and renovation to Wakely Center providing for new wrestling and fitness facilities, womens’ locker room facilities, enhanced athletic training room, and office/meeting space.


Cardigan Commons (2013)
Cardigan Commons

Campus center, with new kitchen and dining facilities, student center, school store, mail and package center, meeting spaces, and multimedia/instructional space.

Pearson House (2012)
Pearson House

Conversion of former Williams Wood Shop into two faculty residences.

Charles C. Gates I.D.E.A. Shop (2011)

Gates IDEA Shop

A new campus facility, the Charles C. Gates Innovation in Design, Engineering, and the Arts (I.D.E.A.) Shop also houses the Williams Wood Shop.

C.O.R.E. Base Camp (2010)

CORE Base Camp

Renovation of a lakeside facility to become the base camp for our new Cardigan Outdoor Recreation Expeditions (C.O.R.E.) summer program.