Middle School Art Teacher Kari Achatz will debut her new exhibit, Alluring Abandonment, at the Nichols School Art Gallery at the Glenn and Awdry Flickinger Performing Arts Center.
Why Give to Nichols School?
One student, educated in the Nichols School traditions, can positively affect the lives of thousands.
T uition and fees cover only about 70 percent of the true cost of attending Nichols School. Gifts to the Nichols Fund and our endowment income help support the cost of a Nichols School education for each of our 565 young men and women.
Your gift is essential to ensuring that current and future students have the opportunity to receive the exceptional educational experience that Nichols School has given students for the past 124 years.
The importance of giving is further underscored by the fact that 30 percent of Nichols students receive financial aid from the School. More than 50 percent of the School's annual spending from its endowment, approximately $1.1 million is used to support Nichols’ commitment to providing financial aid to our talented students.
The support of our generous alumni, parents, grandparents, and friends, who make gifts of all sizes, is essential to the School's ability to provide access to a Nichols School education to all deserving students.