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Capital Campaign

Transforming Benedictine

“Forward, always forward, everywhere forward! We must not be held back by debts, bad years, or by difficulties of the times. Man’s adversity is God’s opportunity.”  -Archabbot Boniface Wimmer, O.S.B.

The
Forward, Always Forward Capital Campaign, which publicly began in August of 2014, is an ambitious endeavor that has been built on a foundation of financial stability. Not only is the capital campaign the largest project in the 118-year history of the school, but it is being achieved without incurring any long-term debt. The campaign exceeded the original goal of $12 million in early 2019 and has since been expanded.

TOTAL RAISED: $15.9 Million  -Thank you to the 675 families who have so generously contributed to the success of our campaign to drive this vision forward.
 

Campaign Priorities

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  • Ensure Academic Excellence: $6 million

    Construct a new 10-classroom academic wing to provide a collegiate-style learning environment for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). 100% FUNDED

    Renovate our existing classrooms to create state-of-the-art learning centers with upgraded workstations, equipment, wireless technology, and sound systems. UNDERWAY

    Rebuild the school entrance to improve security with new fencing, school sign, parking lot, and landscaping.
  • Endow our Legacy: $2 million

    Expand our financial aid program to make a Benedictine education a possibility for more families. UNDERWAY

    Provide for professional development for our faculty, making it possible to attract and retain top quality faculty and staff. UNDERWAY
  • Establish a home for BC Athletics: $4 million

    Improve our overall athletic facilities to include a new first-class synthetic-turf field with energy efficient lighting and bleachers for our home fans and visitors, which will lay the foundation for a future stadium complex. 100% FUNDED

Campaign Project Update

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Capital Campaign News

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