Annual Fund Campaign 2020


The beginning of the school year always brings me a sense of hope and possibility.  What has been most striking to me this year has been the resiliency, not only of our students, but of our teachers and staff as well. Our entire school community has approached the new “normal” with wisdom, courage and grace, all the while preparing for the possibility of a return to fully remote learning sometime this year.

As you may know, a Nativity Miguel education requires an investment of $10,000 or more per student each year. Most of our families can cover only a small fraction of that – and they make whatever sacrifices they can to give their children a chance for better futures.

Each year, you have helped us bridge the gap between the true cost of a NativityMiguel education and the ability of our families to pay.  This year the need is more acute because, among other factors, we had to cancel our single biggest fundraising event—the annual Scholars Award Banquet.  We need your help more than ever before to support the NativityMiguel Annual Fund.

When you make a gift to NativityMiguel, you help to ensure that our students receive:

  • An exceptional education from teachers who work tirelessly to engage, inspire, and challenge them both in-school and on-line
  • Support beyond graduation, including financial aid for our forty-two graduates at private high schools
  • The opportunity to build strong relationships with our teachers and staff, thanks to a low student-to-teacher ratio
  • An opportunity to realize their full potentials in a safe, nurturing, and respectful learning environment

Thank you so much for your consideration, your generous support of NativityMiguel, and for knowing that we stand with our students and their families in making a very real difference in our community.


Nancy M. Langer

THANK YOU for helping us reach our goal!

$198,029.41 /$200,000

To learn more about our impact, our re-opening experience, and ways you can help our students click here to read our newsletter.


Ms. Mulhern and student