One of Blanchet’s greatest strengths is its commitment to continuous improvement. With this in mind, Blanchet Catholic School is pleased to announce our comprehensive capital campaign, “Complete the Dream” which will allow us to finish our Vision 20/20 five year plan.
A successful campaign will ensure that a Blanchet education is available for many future generations of students. Four areas of focus have been identified that when addressed will keep Blanchet a top educational resource for Mid Valley families: multi-purpose field & track, Wiegand Arts Center upgrade, STEM program and financial aid support.
We have conducted a silent phase of the campaign during the past year and are very grateful to our major donors who have pledged over $3 million to our effort. To meet the goals of the campaign, we need an estimated $1 million in additional contributions.
We humbly ask all Blanchet Catholic School supporters to make a gift to “Complete the Dream.” This is an extraordinary opportunity to demonstrate belief in our Cavalier students and programs. A variety of giving options are available. Thank you for helping us accomplish our vision for 2020. We look forward to completing the dream and you are an important piece of the puzzle!
1. MULTI-PURPOSE FIELD & TRACK
The centerpiece of the Complete the Dream campaign is a multi-purpose turf athletic field and track including lights, bleachers, and fencing.
The campaign will also fund the purchase of a mini-bus to transport students to and from school sponsored activities.
2. WIEGAND ARTS CENTER UPGRADE
The campaign will include upgrades and renovations to the Wiegand Arts Center including new lights, sound equipment, stage enhancements and storage.
3. STEM PROGRAM
The campaign will fund ongoing enhancements to the school's STEM program including upgrading technology, adding more STEM course offerings, staffing and professional development.
4. FINANCIAL AID SUPPORT
The campaign will provide a stable source of support to school's tuition assistance budget ensuring that no qualified student is denied a Blanchet education due to the inability to pay.