Investing in Our Future

Long-term stability depends on investments from our community. Through our endowment, we are safeguarding the school's continued growth and evolution.

An Investment in the Future

Gifts to the endowment are an investment in the future of Bertschi School. When you give, you affirm the timeless value of a Bertschi education. 

Permanent funding is critical to advancing our school's mission and sustaining growth. Your principal gift to the endowment is never spent; instead it is invested and earns interest for the school in perpetuity.

Contact Rose Bellini, Director of Development  for more information >

Second grade teacher, Andrew Fox, sparks a love of learning in his students.

Endowments continue to give back for as long as the school exists. Thank you to all of the donors who contributed to the endowment through Believe in Bertschi campaign.

We reached the $5 million goal, and we are not stopping there!


General Endowment

This fund directly impacts student learning experiences by providing critical funding for the continued enhancement of our educational program and campus. These funds are unrestricted in use and give the school maximum flexibility to meet a range of future needs.



Brigitte Bertschi
​Financial Aid Endowment

Established in 2004, this fund honors and expands our founder's commitment to Bertschi's socio-economic diversity. Financial Aid packages cover 100 percent of a family's demonstrated need for tuition, extended day, and Learning Services.


Sarah M. Hughes
Memorial Endowment

Named after a beloved Bertschi student, this memorial fund provides the school with financial aid funds to support the children of Bertschi faculty and staff.
"As a teacher, children are my life's passion. Being able to witness my own children learn and grow in the Bertschi community is a blessing that will last the rest of our lives."
- Jill Corsi, Bertschi Teacher and Parent


Faculty Compensation Endowment 

This donor established fund allows Bertschi to sustain top-quartile faculty compensation, reducing the burden that higher salaries place on tuition. It is just one of many ways to help us attract and retain the very best teachers for our students.



Development Endowment

The two greatest factors impacting the students' academic success are the quality of their teachers and a supportive learning community. The very best teachers - those who instill a love of learning and create a caring environment - are themselves continually learning innovative, effective ways to engage and educate students.