Support Berwick
Dear Berwick Community, 
 
Thank you for your interest in supporting this exceptional school. Berwick Academy has a long tradition of philanthropy that began when the Chadbourne family created a land grant to establish the Academy in 1791, making it the oldest secondary school in Maine. Thanks to the generous support of donors like you, the school has been able to advance its mission of providing “virtue and useful knowledge among the rising generations” for 225 years. 
 
Berwick’s vision is to become nationally known for providing a unique experience of excellence at a school that promotes the seacoast values of humility, balance, and authenticity. The school continues to need your support to provide an excellent experience to its students by providing the highest quality teaching staff, facilities, and program. 
 
Our history of philanthropy continues and we encourage your participation. We have a robust annual giving program - The Berwick Fund - that is critical to providing the Berwick experience to our students. Our commitment to building the endowment in order to ensure that Berwick is able to continue to serve many generations to come also needs your support. Thank you for your consideration of and commitment to Berwick Academy. This truly is a remarkable place. 
 
Best, 
 
Amy Smucker 
Assistant Head of School for External Affairs
Direct: 207.384.6304 

Berwick Academy is a registered 501(c)3 organization. Charitable contributions made to Berwick Academy are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

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Berwick Academy is Maine's oldest, independent Pre-K through Post Graduate private school. Our community is dynamic, offering challenging academics, competitive athletics, and creative arts programs. Members of the community operate within a context of caring and respect as we pursue our quest for "useful knowledge" as "one school with three divisions." Students and faculty are encouraged to expand their horizons by balancing academics with athletic, dramatic, and musical options.