Assets in The Williams Academy Endowment have grown since the initial gifts of our founders, Thomas and Amelia Blackthorn, and philanthropist Arthur Coolidge. Endowed funds guarantee that the future of our school is secure, and as such are invested conservatively, and monitored by the Endowment Committee of the Board. Interest earned within the Endowment is mostly reinvested, with a percentage of interest drawn each year to support financial aid, bolster faculty salaries, and supplement our operating budget.
Successful investments enable us to move confidently into the future with capital improvements that ensure our ability to deliver the Williams Academy mission to all our students.
Giving to The Williams Academy Endowment safeguards our school for the future, while helping to support our programs today.