Each year we ask our community to give generously. The Fund for Francis Parker is the cornerstone of our annual giving and thanks to the generosity of our current parents, alumni, alumni parents, grandparents, and friends we raise $425,000 each year. This fund allows us to retain the best faculty, provide unique classroom experiences, and have the most diverse student body of any Independent School in the region.
Your gift can be directed to:
Scholarship & Financial Aid
*if any of the directed funds exceed their operating budget, the excess funds will be allocated to Greatest Need.
There are many options and ways to give, and your support will make a real and lasting impact in the lives of our students.
Online: You can choose to give online by clicking here and using Visa, Mastercard, Amex, or Discover. In doing this you can also become part of our Francis Parker Sustainer program which will allow you to select automatic monthly payments and make your gift go further.
Checks: All checks should be made payable to Francis Parker School of Louisville and sent to the attention of the Development Department at 11000 US Hwy 42 Goshen, KY 40026.
Stocks: If you would like to make a gift of stock, please contact Kenisha Kelsey at 502-736-1008.
The Capital Campaign is a phased comprehensive campaign that includes both bricks and mortar facility improvements and scholarship endowment. By phasing the campaign, we can raise funds for a project, complete it, and move on to the next project. This approach fits the School’s needs, as we have multiple needs on both campuses, rather than one big $15 million building. Our campaign has four (4) bricks and mortar projects, three (e) of which are complete: the Goshen Gym, the expansion of the High School, and the Goshen Main Amp, Lobby & Theater. The final building project, the High School Wellness Center & Gym, will create on-campus athletic facilities to inspire our varsity athletes and add to the school climate.
For any questions about the Capital Campaign, please contact Bethany Heckel, Director of Advancement.
High School Wellness Center & Gym
Our final building in our Capital Campaign, the High School Wellness Center & Gym, will create on-campus athletic facilities to inspire our varsity athletes and add to the school climate. The first phase will include a weight room, exercise studio, multi-surface sport court in the basement level of our 233 West Broadway building. The second and final phase, a stunning gym will be built on our current flat-lot parking lot after completion of a multi-level parking garage. The gym will include a regulation high school-sized basketball court, volleyball court, concessions, weightlifting facilities, and storage.