Giving + Getting Involved
We are a close-knit community and take pride at our culture of care and truly value your support.
Dear Sea Crest Families,
At Sea Crest, we believe that a strong and meaningful home-school partnership is the foundation of your child’s educational experience and success. That’s why so much of what we do relies on the close relationships we form with one another and the contributions each of us makes to advance our school community as a whole.
On this section of the website, you will see how you can become our partner by giving and getting involved at our school.
The School tuition does not cover the full cost of a Sea Crest education, but keeping tuition as low as possible enables more students to attend our School. Fundraising helps us bridge the gap, fulfill mission and balancing the budget. Donations are tax deductible put toward strong academic and co-curricular programs, competitive compensation for teachers, professional development, technology upgrades, and facilities improvements.
Our culture of giving is strong and we strive for high participation in all our fundraising and community initiatives. Last year, 97% of our families, 100% of our board of trustees, and 100% of our faculty and staff participated in the annual fund. Your contributions to our school benefit each student at our school.
All gifts, no matter the size, are valued and deeply appreciated. Your meaningful gift will show your support for the school and inspire others in their own giving. When we pool our community resources, we have the ability to fund educational projects that simply could not happen otherwise. Sea Crest School is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with fewer supporters than a university or a large charity, but because the need is large, every gift counts more. This reasoning leads many families to make their children’s school their philanthropic priority. They know their gifts truly matter. More information is provided through the Guide to Giving and Getting Involved above.
We look forward to meeting and working with you.
All the best,
Director of Advancement