For 128 years, our students have demonstrated intellectual curiosity, community consciousness and resilient independence which we work hard to foster, in and out of the classroom. Today, we are proud to have diverse and vibrant BHS family members who come together to make a powerful impact on students’ lives through charitable giving.
Our annual fundraising campaign seeks to raise critical funds for two areas that elevate the school: the BHS Annual Fund and the Financial Aid Programme. Gifts to these areas allow us to create spaces and opportunities for creative and powerful learning and have an immediate impact on the lives of every BHS student, encouraging them to realise that they are unstoppable.
Gifts to the BHS Annual Fund allow us to make enhancements that fall outside the scope of the annual budget, elevating the student experience. Last year, the Annual Fund supported upgrades to Curling Cottage, to ensure that an even greater number of our youngest students have the opportunity to start their education at BHS, the best place in Bermuda for girls to learn.
The Financial Aid Programme at BHS has a life-long impact on every recipient and the need continues to grow. Recently, a BHS graduate shared that the support she received through the programme “moved mountains” in her life and prepared her to fully realise her academic goals. When you support the Financial Aid Programme, you too can “move mountains” for a deserving student.
The support that we receive from the BHS community ensures that our students and teachers are unstoppable, achieving the BHS vision of standing out with confidence and purpose to shape our changing world.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why does participation matter?
- What is the real cost of a BHS education?
- How do I give?
- When do I give?
- What are matching gifts and how do they help?
- How much money does the BHS annual fund raise?
- What is the difference, between unrestricted and restricted Annual Gifts?
- I already paid for, or am paying school fees. Why should I give?
- I am an alumna/us but have no children that I plan on sending to BHS.