As a college-preparatory institution, St. Margaret’s academic excellence is rooted in vigor, choice and relevance and made possible by a strong foundation of educational expertise, research and best practices.
At St. Margaret’s, students are encouraged to explore their own interests in this vibrant, close-knit community, and Tartans seek opportunities for growth in athletics, the arts, service learning, leadership and more.
St. Margaret’s Introduces Tartans Thrive: Campaign for a Common Purpose
The centerpiece of the Tartans Thrive campaign is the St. Margaret’s Commons, a transformational community space.
St. Margaret’s is dedicated to seeing its students thrive, and recognizes that such growth is cultivated through community, connection, and thoughtful, intentional environments dedicated to their health and well-being.
With that, St. Margaret’s proudly introduces Tartans Thrive: Campaign for a Common Purpose. This campaign will energize the school community to engage with elements of human thriving: healthy bodies, minds and spirits, and meaningful connection.
The centerpiece of the Tartans Thrive campaign is the St. Margaret’s Commons, a transformational community space. This 30,000-square-foot, two-story building will be the heart of the campus and serve all Tartans in their nutrition, fitness and well-being. The Commons will be a gathering space for students of all ages and provide myriad benefits for the entire school community. It is a critical next step in the development of the St. Margaret’s campus, and will benefit students’ health and wellness for years to come.
Please visit tartansthrive.org to learn more about this important opportunity for St. Margaret’s Episcopal School. For more information on how you can get involved in the Tartans Thrive campaign, please contact Executive Director of Advancement Jonathan Tufo (email@example.com or 949.661.0108 ext. 1318).
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