Your Impact

Impact Report 2021-22


This is your report. A celebration of all the amazing things that YOU—our donors and volunteers—made happen last year.

It is impossible to capture the full impact of philanthropy at Shore on this page because your support is everywhere. It radiates through physical spaces like the library, the theater, and around the Harkness table. It helps bring innovative programs, talented new hires, and professional development opportunities to our community. It’s also behind lively classroom discussions, triumphant goals on the field, budding friendships, and all the magical moments that happen at Shore.

Among our community are a number of individuals and groups whose leadership inspires our tremendous gratitude: our dedicated Board of Trustees, our Shore Families Association (SFA), and the Shore Alumni Association Executive Committee, alongside dozens of other volunteers. Every contribution of time and talent makes a meaningful difference for our community.

As you read this report, I hope you gain a sense of the true impact of your giving—the intangible effects of your generosity that extend to every student and every corner of campus. Our students thrived in the 2021-2022 school year, with access to more resources than ever before, because of you.

On behalf of all of us at Shore, please know that we are profoundly grateful for your support of our mission and your commitment to our community.


Clair Ward P’20
Head of School

Your generosity in 2021-22 supported...

You can access our 2021-22 donor and volunteer roll through the link below. Please note that this page is password protected as a courtesy to those listed. If you need the password, please contact Elisabeth Munro at or (978) 402-3819.

Beth White P’14, ’19, Pre-K 2 Teacher, Advancement Volunteer

I give because Shore is my COMMUNITY. Those who know me, know that I call Shore my happy place. My students fill my bucket every day with laughter and joy. Shore helps me to teach best practices with professional development funding. I am deeply grateful for the education my sons received. And I love working with such caring, passionate, and committed colleagues.

Jenelle Ries P’25, ’28, ’30, Advancement Committee Volunteer

I support The Shore Fund because I know my donation helps to fund things that enhance the experience of my own children and every child at Shore. I want my kids to have "the best" and I know contributing to The Shore Fund helps give them the best education possible. Supporting the Shore Fund is also a marker of support for the entire Shore experience and community.

Matt Iler ’81, P’20, ’22, ’24, 2021-22 Shore Fund Alumni Co-Chair, Class Captain

I volunteer for Shore because Shore has given, and meant, so much to me and my family. Shore’s Community Code is important to us as it sets guideposts for both principles and actions, and I am continually impressed with Shore’s commitment to doing things right, and well.

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