Giving to BCS
There are many ways to give to BCS. A donation of any kind is an investment in the school’s and our students’ future—your support will forever make a difference.
Since 1836, Bishop’s College School has fostered academic excellence, strength of character, leadership, and a strong sense of community throughout generations of BCS families.
As an independent school and non-profit organization, BCS receives no government funding and, thus, relies on the generosity of our community. Pooled together, this support gives BCS the much-needed financial flexibility to consistently meet the needs of our students, respond to opportunities, and sustain a thriving school community for which we all can be proud. Donations provide scholarships and financial assistance, cutting-edge equipment, outstanding facilities, and funding for leadership programs like adventure expeditions and international tours.
I have been giving to BCS for many years now; our family has been involved with private schools for 50 years and our girls benefitted from an independent school experience, so I wanted to make that possible for others. Thank you for letting me be a part of such a wonderful school in an ongoing way.
Louise P. Moses, KHC'66
Supporting BCS can look different to everyone. Gifts of time, gifts in kinds, and monetary amounts all contribute to the bottom line and make a difference. Ask yourself how best you can support the school you love within your means. Check out our many options to volunteer—or, better yet, come to us with your own ideas! Read up on the different areas (highest priorities, endowment, capital projects, legacy giving) for annual giving below or consider a recurring gift.
Your donation, irrespective of size or form, supports BCS and makes a difference in the lives of our students, current and future.
BCS has changed my life and given me the opportunity to be the individual I am today. I am very thankful for all the people I have met through my years at the school and believe by getting involved hopefully one day I will impact a current student.
Mathieu Dubois, BCS’14