A Tradition of Generosity
Cluny School would not be the exceptional place it is today without the support of so many who generously donated their time, talent and treasure to its advancement since the school’s founding in 1957. This tradition of generosity began with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny who, without remuneration, staffed the School through much of its history and continue to inspire its mission, keep it in prayer and financially support the School.
Following their example, families, faculty, staff, and friends of Cluny have generously stepped forward through the years to support the School in a variety of important ways. From the parent who gives of his time by reading to a class or participating in school fundraisers or community-building events, to the student who assists at a campus cleanup, to the alumni and other benefactors who provide financial support, Cluny School has been and continues to be richly blessed.
These investments reveal a shared conviction that Cluny School plays a critical role in shaping the lives of its students and preparing them for the future. It is certainly exciting to look back on all that the School has accomplished with the support of many during its almost sixty-year history. But what is more exciting still is all that the School will be able to accomplish in the next sixty years with your support. We invite you to consider the ways you might become a part of this tradition of generosity. For more information, please contact Robin Tagliaferri, Community Relations and Admissions Coordinator or William Lippe, Head of School, at 401.847.6043.