Enrichment Fund

What Unites Us Together: Enriching Experiences

We foster academic excellence, and when we combine our challenging curriculum with the distinctive enriching experiences a Davidson Day education provides, our students benefit.
We believe that collaboration, creativity, and character development are critically important, real-world skills that prepare students for success in school and beyond.

To help make this happen, we have the Enrichment Fund, an annual campaign to raise unrestricted funds to ensure we provide enriching experiences for all of our students.

Participation in the Enrichment Fund is the way for our community to join together and foster meaningful connections and have an impact that will last a lifetime.

Development Office

List of 2 members.

  • Mark Palmer 

    Donor Advisor / Director of Development
  • Laura Fitchett 

    Assistant to the Head of School / Events and Special Projects Coordinator

Progress Toward Our Goal

  1. 100
  2. 90
  3. 80
  4. 70
  5. 60
  6. 50
  7. 40
  8. 30
  9. 20
  10. 10
  11. 0
Goal $350,000.00
Current $362,571.00
Remaining $0.00
Current Participation 82%
As of Date 6/30/2020

When you invest in the Enrichment Fund, you invest in…

List of 3 items.

  • Professional Development

    Your investment in professional development allows our faculty and staff to sharpen their skills, pursue mastery, and acquire the knowledge and practice to guide our students beyond their classrooms.
  • Academics & Technology

    Your investment strengthens and reinforces our academic curriculum and our technology infrastructure.  Your gift equips students with the tools and knowledge to develop the real-world skills necessary for success in college and beyond.
  • Special Programs

    Your investment broadens our special, enriching programs and extracurricular opportunities beyond a standard classroom, including expanding our global studies curriculum, amplifying our arts programs, and accelerating our STEM programs.
Davidson Day School is an independent private school for students 2 years old through 12th grade in the Lake Norman region of Charlotte.