Alumni

February Challenge

Are You Up For The CHALLENGE?

At Shore, you were inspired to face challenge with character and compassion. In our classrooms, on our stage, and while climbing the rock wall, we supported you in your quest to become a leader and citizen of the world. Now, with the February Challenge, we offer our alumni the opportunity to continue this Shore tradition of leading by doing. Give back today in honor of your experience, an athletic team, or in honor of Mr. Griffin’s last year as Head of School.

About the FEBRUARY CHALLENGE

The February Challenge is Shore’s month-long fundraising challenge to increase alumni support of The Shore Fund. Gifts to The Shore Fund enable the school to support all of the things you once loved as a Shore student: faculty, field trips, the arts, athletics, and the campus.

Here’s how it works: Alumni from the last 20 graduating classes (1997 to 2016) are asked to donate to Shore between February 1 - 28. Every alumni gift, whether $5 or $500, makes an immediate impact on Shore. You can even make your gift in honor of a favorite teacher or coach!

The rules of the CHALLENGE are as follows:
  • Gifts and pledges count toward the Challenge and must be made between February 1-28. 
  • Only one gift or pledge per person will be counted. 
  • This must be your first gift or pledge to The Shore Fund during the 2016-17 fiscal year (July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017). 
  • You can give online, mail in a check or cash, transfer stock, or make a pledge by contacting Brooke Booth at bbooth@shoreschool.org. Pledge payments are due by June 30, 2017. 
To join the Challenge, make your gift, spread the word, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.


Go SHORE!

Donor Stories

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  • I met some of my best friends at Shore due to the strong community and amazing opportunities that Shore gives its students.

    Chloe Rourke-Nicholas '16

    I met some of my best friends at Shore due to the strong community and amazing opportunities that the school gives its students.