Beaches Episcopal School’s history and tradition of excellence for more than 50 years comes with a legacy of generosity. The vision, support and hard work of parents, grandparents, administrators, faculty, staff, trustees and alumni, BES current and future students alike benefit from an environment rich with opportunities.
I experienced this first hand when my son entered kindergarten and I became a member of the Beaches Episcopal School family. My son graduated sixth grade from BES in 2001, moved on to Episcopal School of Jacksonville, Class of 2007, and graduated from Emory University in 2011. I can honestly say that BES set the foundation for his future successes in school and were some of the very best times of our entire family. Watching all of the BES children grow and mature into confident, kind, and self-assured young men and women has been a joy and a privilege.
The Development Office works to meet the needs of our current students, and to ensure that future students are provided with the most innovative and competitive resources for decades to come. We strive to advance the goals and objectives of Beaches Episcopal School through the financial support so generously given by the many different constituents of the school.
The parent volunteers at BES support every aspect of our school. Whether they are volunteering in the classroom, at hot lunch, organizing special events, planning fundraisers or participating in annual giving, our parents are truly the backbone of the BES school community.
Your gifts allow BES to enhance the education of your child in many different ways. The Annual Giving Campaign allows teachers to participate in professional development seminars and workshops, classroom and campus enrichment, student and parent activities. This fund is also used to cover the costs of unexpected maintenance to the facilities.
The financial support provided by our many generous friends and families of BES is critical to the ongoing success of the school. As an alumni parent, I truly appreciate the countless others who had the foresight to pave the way so that my son could benefit from their sacrifice and hard work. I encourage you to browse these pages and learn how you can support our school community.
Director of Development/Capital Campaign