Over the course of Greenhill School’s 67-year history, the student body has grown in size, diversity and talent. And new facilities have been added and existing spaces have been renovated to continue to accommodate the interests and needs of our vibrant learning community.
The Building Community Campaign, five-year endeavor under the leadership of Board Chairs Karla Barber, Peter Kraus and Will Rose ’85, transformed the Greenhill campus with the spectacular 54,000 square foot Marshall Family Performing Arts Center designed by the renowned architectural firm Weiss Manfredi, modern dining facilities with space for all students on campus, the Jennifer Goodnight Maalouf ’86 and JJJ Frankel Fields and pavilion, expanded parking, and additional endowment.
The pinnacle of the campaign, the Marshall Family Performing Arts Center, with its magnificent performance spaces and state of the art video production facilities, was named in honor of the visionary Marshall Family for their extraordinary generosity. The Marshall Heritage Foundation and E. Pierce Marshall, Jr. ’86 contributed an unprecedented $21,225,000 - the single largest contribution in Greenhill School’s history.
The historic generosity of this gift, as well as lead gifts from Catherine and Will Rose ’85
, Deedie and the late Rusty Rose
, Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger
, Nancy and Clint Carlson
, the Weiner Family
, the Weinreb Family
, and gifts from more than 500 Greenhill families raised a total of $54.5 million, exceeding the campaign goal by $2 million!
Once again, the Greenhill community has come together to fulfill the vision of the School’s founder Bernard Fulton, accomplishing goals that will have a lasting impact on students, faculty and staff, parents, alumni, and friends.