Preparing Boys for Life

Capital Priorities: Facilities & Endowment

Capital giving at The Haverford School strengthens and sustains our best-for-boys programs and facilities, and the teachers and students who thrive in them.
rendering of the new middle school from the field house

A rendering of the proposed Middle School, as viewed from the Field House.


Gifts to build, renovate, and restore facilities allow Haverford to keep pace with the changing needs of students and faculty.

The School has engaged in several major capital projects stemming from the School's 1993 Master Plan, including a pedestrian campus, the Field House and Sabol Field (2001), a new Lower School (2005), and the renovation of Wilson Hall along with a new Upper School (2008). The capstone of the plan will be a new Middle School that is pedagogically appropriate, safe and accessible, with flexible spaces that facilitate high-quality teaching and learning.

Learn more about the new Middle School and other priorities of Character at Our Core: The Campaign for The Haverford School.

middle school rendering from Centennial Hall

A rendering of the proposed Middle School, as viewed from Centennial Hall.


Haverford’s endowment provides crucial support for our faculty, enhances school programs, and ensures access for remarkable boys, regardless of socioeconomic background.

Our world cries out for leaders and persons of character who have the courage to make good choices and decisions. That describes Haverford graduates. A Haverford education and experience has a powerful and enduring impact on all our community, which in turn can make a powerful difference in the lives of others and their communities. Bill Thorkelson '68

Learn more about our current endowed funds


Jeff Day

Director of Development

Matt nierenberg

Capital Gifts Officer

mary-helen mcculloch, esq.

Director of Planned Giving