Ensuring the School’s legacy.
Glenelg Country School’s endowment is a combination of gifts and assets invested to support the school’s educational mission in perpetuity. Endowed funds provide a permanent source of income to ensure that future generations will benefit from Glenelg Country School’s extraordinary teachers, outstanding programs, and diverse community. To make a gift, visit glenelg.org/donate.
GCS Endowed Funds
Amy Shaller | Gerzog Family Scholarship Endowment
Established in memory of former GCS student Amy Shaller for the purpose of providing tuition assistance to a deserving Primary or Lower School student.
Jani Community Service Scholarship Endowment
Established by the Jani family to provide scholarship assistance for a GCS student with a strong history of community service. Established in 2000.
Mason Scholarship Endowment
Established in 1999 in memory of Suzanne Mason, past GCS student and granddaughter of former Lower School teacher June Gorham. This fund provides a partial scholarship to a 4th or 5th grade student who displays overall promise as a person, student, and citizen.
Moxley Scholarship Endowment
This annual award was established to honor former trustee and parent of alumni James R. Moxley, Jr. and provides a partial scholarship to the Upper School for a rising GCS 8th grader. Established in 1995.
Parents and Friends Association Scholarship Endowment
Established to support scholarship awards throughout the school.
Established by the Classes of 2010, 2009, 2016, and 2017 for the purpose of faculty development. As alumni, members of these classes will have the opportunity to grow these endowments with annual gifts.
Elizabeth Adams Faculty Summer Grant Endowment
Established to provide grants for summer education, cultural travel, and personal growth opportunities for faculty.
Miller Nakamura Professional Development Endowment
Established by past GCS trustee Margaret Wesley in honor of her parents, Takeshi and Irene Nakamura, to provide faculty with financial assistance for continuing education and personal growth.
The Matsuda Family Endowment
Established by Kuni Matsuda and his family in honor of their parents for the purpose of cultural exchange and understanding between the United States and Japan. Established in 2000.
The 60th anniversary Sustaining the Legacy campaign raised funds to increase the school’s endowment and restore and maintain the Manor House. The school’s founders, Mr. and Mrs. Kingdon Gould, Jr., matched all gifts to the campaign. Legacy endowment funds will support programs for student and faculty development.
GCS General Endowment
These funds are unrestricted and may be used for any purpose the school deems appropriate.