The simple answer is that tuition does not cover the expenses of this transformative education. The expenses of running a 300-acre, 20-building school, hiring and retaining our committed faculty and staff, as well as the school’s generous tuition aid cannot be met with tuition alone.
We are proud to launch the Community Fund for High Mowing, formerly referred to as the Annual Fund. Why the Community Fund? In short, it takes a committed community to support our students and to sustain our educational endeavors on Abbot Hill. As tuition does not cover the full cost of a High Mowing School education, we must raise funds above and beyond tuition revenues with support from all whose lives have been touched by our school: alumni, alumni parents, current parents, former faculty and staff, current faculty and staff, grandparents, and friends.
Like most independent schools, High Mowing School is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law. Please consult with your tax advisor on how best to make your gift work for you and HMS.
Planned giving is a wonderful way to ensure that High Mowing School is able to extend its mission to future generations of students. The Abbot Hill Society was started to encourage and recognize donors who wish to support the school through bequests and other planned giving vehicles. We are deeply grateful for our Abbot Hill Society members and encourage those who have yet to include HMS in their estate plans to consider doing so. Please contact Robert Holcomb using our contact form or by phone at (603) 654-2391 ext. 150 for more information.
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