Support Prospect Hill Academy

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rospect Hill Academy Charter School’s fundraising initiatives focus on supporting diverse educational enrichment opportunities for our students and teachers.

We are committed to running our K-12 core academic program on the public per pupil funds as well as state and federal grants. However, there are many additional educational opportunities for students and faculty that are proven to benefit our students’ academic, social, and emotional development.

All donations to the school or the Prospect Hill Academy Charter School Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, are tax-deductible and directly benefit the Prospect Hill Academy Charter School students and faculty.

The PHA Wish List

Your contribution will allow us to fully fund initiatives that contribute to providing a well-rounded education for our students. Such programs include:

$5,000

Prospect Fellows – A year of individualized tutoring for one student by a Prospect Fellow (each Fellow supports 7-8 students)

$1,800

Service Learning and Cultural Immersion – Junior Journey for one student

$800

Enrichment – Field trip busing for one grade (90 students)

$400

SAT Preparation – A six week independent course for one student

$200

Outdoor Learning – A three day overnight experience at Nature’s Classroom for one student

$100

Art and Music – One semester of instrumental music for one student

$50

Math and Science – Busing and entry to the Discovery Museum for a team of four students 



You may make a donation online here, or send a check to:


Prospect Hill Academy Charter School Foundation

Attn: Anja Bresler
50 Essex Street

Cambridge, MA 02139

The Prospect Hill Academy Charter School Foundation can accept gifts of appreciated stock. For more information, please contact Anja Bresler, Director of Development and External Relations, at 617-284-7822 or abresler@prospecthillacademy.org, who can provide you with specific instructions.

 

Thank you in advance for your contribution.

News

  • PHA celebrates Prospect Fellows program at "The Golden Twenties" fundraising gala

    On the evening of Friday, April 11th PHA held "The Golden Twenties" fundraising gala at the Seaport Hotel. Guests enjoyed a fun and festive evening full of delicious desserts, drinks, dancing, and interacting with our amazing students, teachers and staff -- all while raising funds to support the Prospect Fellows program. Check out photos from this fabulous event here!

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    Posted 4.15.14
  • Update on Upper School Orchestra crowdfunding project

    Thanks to the generous support of more than 20 donors, the student-led orchestra project with crowdfunding platform Sponsr.Us was able to meet its fundraising goal of $1,400 in just 10 days! Thank you to all who donated and helped spread the word about this fantastic student- led project. We can't wait to see the orchestra become a reality! The orchestra profile page can be viewed here.

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    Posted 2.24.14
  • Author and professor Charles Ogletree kicks of 2013-14 Speaker Series

    On October 1st PHA held its first Speaker Series event of the school year, with an insightful talk by Harvard Law School professor and author Charles Ogletree.

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    Posted 10.9.13
  • PHA "Angel" secures free field trips for students

    Over the years, PHA has been the grateful beneficiary of countless free field trip opportunities for our students. Many of these opportunities have come to us through the dedicated advocacy efforts of long-time Somerville resident and charitable volunteer Susan Walsh.

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    Posted 10.9.13
  • 2013 MCAS Results: PHA is # 1 in 10th grade English and a Level 1 school

    With the publication of this year’s MCAS testing results, the State also published its school accountability level rating. Prospect Hill Academy, for the second consecutive year, scored at Level 1, placing the school among the top 25% of all districts in Massachusetts.

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    Posted 9.25.13