‘Blazers Fund First
Gifts that Make a Lasting Impact
Partner with us to support the joy of learning by investing in every student and teacher.
Kathleen Elkins ’10, Williams College ’14, Reporter at CNBC, Los Angeles
The ‘Blazers Fund is essential to keeping Woodlawn School excellent and innovative. The ‘Blazers Fund is the number one priority of Woodlawn School. These unrestricted funds raised help sustain educational excellence for our students. Gifts to the ‘Blazers Fund enhance every aspect of Woodlawn School including investments in innovative teaching that is the hallmark of project-based learning; improving the technology infrastructure of our campus, enhancing student safety, health and wellness; and, providing professional development opportunities that nurture and support the best faculty.
Every dollar makes a difference. Every child benefits.
‘Blazers Fund benefits every Woodlawn student and faculty member through:
- Faculty professional growth and development to keep project-based learning innovative.
- Campus and classroom resources and facilities that are the canvas for educational growth.
- Student opportunities bringing the Joy of Learning to the classroom developing lifelong learners.
Leadership Giving Opportunities
Woodlawn School Giving Society Levels
The Woodlawn School Giving Society was established in the spirit of the founding family’s commitment to Woodlawn, recognizing donors who make contributions to Woodlawn School’s ‘Blazers Fund each fiscal year.
- 2002 Founder’s Society – $25,000 + and up
- Collaborators – $10,000 – $24,999
- Innovators – $5,000 – $9,999
- Head of School Circle – $2,000 – $4,999
- Creators – $1,000 – $1,999
- Trailblazers – $500 – $999
- Supporters – Up to $499
Young Alumni Leadership
Woodlawn School recognizes our GOLD Alumni (Graduates of the Last Decade) who support the Blazers Fund with a gift of at least $100.
Woodlawn School also recognized donors who have given consecutively to the school for five years or more.
The Woodlawn ‘Blazers Fund welcomes gifts between July 1 and June 30 of each academic year.
While I didn’t fully realize it as a high schooler, Woodlawn was teaching me so much more than how to solve for “x” and analyze Dickinson: Woodlawn taught me how to treat and better serve my community, how to speak up and find my voice, and perhaps most impactful to me, how to be comfortable in my own skin…I give to Woodlawn because it shaped who I am today: a confident woman living independently in Los Angeles and pursuing a career I feel passionately about.