Donor Community

Thank you so much for being a part of Athenian's Donor Community! Whether you are an alum, parent, faculty, staff, volunteer or friend, we appreciate your support.

You play a critical role in augmenting the School's operating budget and advancing its educational mission. Thank you for your impact on our community.

Why We Give

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  • The Andrus Family: Catching Up to Our Kids

    As I finish my 10th year as an Athenian parent, I find myself feeling both nostalgic and appreciative as I ruminate about all Athenian has meant to my girls. Being that we are in a somewhat unique position with an eight year age gap between our girls, we find ourselves sitting at both ends of the spectrum—one daughter poised on the cusp of another fabulous adventure at grad school in London and the other beginning her high school career with all the promises and opportunities an Athenian high school education will provide. I wanted to share my thoughts about the amazing gift the School has provided both my children.
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  • The DelMontes: We Believe in Giving Back

    Having our daughter love school is an amazing gift. We had looked at other private schools in the Bay Area, but we were impressed with the students that we met at Athenian. They were humble, articulate, confident, and enjoyed being at the School. They talked about the challenging programs, the engaging approach to learning, and the community service work they were doing to help others.
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  • The Sherwoods: All in the Family

    This year, the Sherwood family concluded our 14th and final year at Athenian with our youngest daughter Alex’s graduation. I remember many years ago walking into Athenian with our oldest daughter, Taylor, to take a tour and meet some faculty and students. Upon entering the office I overheard a conversation between student and secretary. What the exchange was about does not matter, but the manner of the exchange did – as I saw fun, engaged and personal interest – not just between administrative staff and student, but between family. This was our introduction to Athenian.
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