Capital Campaign: Campus 2025
We are thrilled to be moving forward with our Capital Campaign: Campus 2025, an ongoing initiative that will undoubtedly have resonating effects throughout its implementation and ultimately, transform the school into an unprecedented model for progress and innovation. Your encouragement and support over these next eight years of development are invaluable and together, we shall all be participants in Walden's fantastic future.
- Alison Tyler I Head of School
BROOKS BOWER, CEO OF PAPERCONE CORPORATION, TO CHAIR WALDEN SCHOOL'S $15 MILLION CAPITAL CAMPAIGN, CAMPUS 2025
Walden School publicly announced Brooks Bower as the Chair of Walden’s Capital Campaign on Saturday, May 20th at Soldier’s Retreat - the home of Marilyn and Brooks Bower.
“It’s an exciting time right now at Walden as we’ve recently hired Alison Tyler as the Head of School,” says Bower. “The momentum is contagious, and I couldn’t be more thrilled. This campaign is exactly what we need in order to move the young school forward and encourage us to achieve our dreams.”
The Bower Family has a long history with the school; with three graduates, two current students and an incoming Kindergartner, Mr. Bower has a strong interest and is highly invested in the future of Walden School.
There are six phases to be completed in this campaign. Over the next eight years, Campus 2025 will transform the Walden School campus on Westport Road. The priorities of the campaign will include a new library and cafeteria addition, new classroom buildings for all three divisions, relocation of the soccer field to the Bower Athletic Track and Field, a new entry and administrative connector, an additional gymnasium and a new arts building. Phase One of Campus 2025 is the building of a new library and media center which is well underway of reaching its goal of $1,600,000.
“Campaigns strengthen communities. Successful campaigns bring focus and unity to a shared vision. We have been awed by our donors’ support during the quiet phase of the campaign and know the public phase will deliver similarly impressive results,” says Alison Tyler, Head of School. “We are grateful for the support and thank all the donors for their generosity and investment in Walden School.”
While this plan aims to modernize the educational infrastructure of Walden School, the administration remains steadfastly committed to maintaining their core values: Curiosity, Creativity, Respect and Responsibility.