to Penn Charter?
More than three centuries ago, William Penn envisioned a school available to all students, regardless of economic means. To accomplish this goal, Penn asked his wealthy contemporaries to support students for whom the price of an education would have been out of reach. Penn Charter continues to rely upon the generosity of our alumni, parents and friends to keep tuition at a reasonable level and encourage the socioeconomic diversity that is central to the mission of the school.
For generations, current Penn Charter students have benefited from the generosity of alumni who came before them. Why give back to Penn Charter? To show appreciation for the education you, or your child, grandchild or friend has received, and to make a powerful statement about our community’s belief in Penn Charter.
Giving to Penn Charter is a way of showing loyalty to the school. Both alumni and parent participation are a powerful statement about our community's commitment to Penn Charter. Thank you for your support and trust in our school.
Jack Rogers Hon. 1689
Chief Development Officer