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INSPIRED Capital Campaign

 

We are honored to chair the INSPIRED Capital Campaign, with a $7.7 million fundraising goal that will shape the future of our school through the inspired growth that is unique to Riverfield Country Day School.

We believe that providing young people with opportunities to use art, design, and music to think critically and broadly can inspire and change lives. We also believe that physical activity offers children a chance to succeed in life through healthy growth and development, building confidence and teamwork. These beliefs fuel our excitement for a new Creative Arts Center and renovated Clark Gymnasium on our beautiful Riverfield campus.

Student and community interest in Riverfield’s art and athletic programs continue to grow, and we must provide the programs and facilities needed to keep up with our young people's talents. The INSPIRED Capital Campaign will provide all our students with space and programs necessary to excel in their unique art and athletic interests.

We are excited about what the future of Riverfield holds as we expand our facilities to offer growth opportunities for current and future students. 

Laura and Dan Smolen - Campaign Chairs

If you have questions or would like more information about the Riverfield's INSPIRED Capital Campaign: Contact Tracy Lee Emmons, Director of Major Gifts or 918-794-8408 or Laura Smolen, INSPIRED Capital Campaign Chair or fill out the form below.
 

 

Jerry Bates

Head of School

 
Each and every day I am inspired by our students. Their creativity, passion for learning, and willingness to take on new challenges give me great hope for our school and our community. Our goal is to support their inspiration by giving them the facilities and opportunities they need to continue to learn and grow. The INSPIRED Capital Campaign will do that. Given the excellence that exists at Riverfield today, you can imagine the possibilities for our students when the facilities equal their dedication. Thank you so much for making our students' dreams a reality.