The Well School
Annual Fund

Your support of the Annual Fund is critical to the lasting success of The Well School. The fiscal year goes from July 1 through June 30, and our goals are to both grow the Annual Fund and also to significantly increase participation among all our constituents. Every gift counts, in any amount! 

The Annual Fund is essential because the cost of tuition alone does not cover the full expense of a Well School education. 

Contributions to the Annual Fund are a vital source of revenue for the School and immediately go into the School's operating budget, directly supporting our most pressing needs, from faculty and staff salaries and financial aid to everyday supplies andcampus maintenance.

The Annual Fund allows our teachers and staff to do their best work and our students to have a full and formative Well School experience, providing them with a solid foundation for the future.

In short, giving matters.

Please consider making a gift to Annual Fund before June 30. Your donation will help The Well School thrive for generations to come.The Well School is a 501(c)(3) organization, and your donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

2018-19 Campaign

The Well School needs your support!  We are working together to bring positive change to the culture of The Well, one that we must make in order to ensure the long-term sustainability and continuing vitality of the school. We are looking to grow and make improvements in three primary areas: faculty, place, and programs.

faculty & Staff

The foundation of The Well School lies in our faculty and staff.  We need to invest in our great teachers and staff, have the resources to attract and retain the best people, and make sure our classrooms have the necessary supplies for our teachers to provide an extraordinary education.


One of The Well’s greatest assets is our physical plant: the land, pond, trees, and buildings that provide our learning environment.  Our buildings need attention, whether upgrades or upkeep, and the cost of maintaining these structures is significant. In particular, the Brick Building/Garland House (Lower School) demands improvements to ensure our classrooms and offices meet current standards and practices.


Many people have asked about new programs or programs that are no longer available, such as a farm program and outdoor education.  These and other programs require significant investment.