Every Gift Matters

CA Fund

Diverse, interest-based clubs. Immersive experiential and service-learning opportunities. Engaging extracurriculars. Tuition alone is not enough to underwrite these hallmark CA experiences.

Your unrestricted CA Fund contributions help make it all happen. Your gifts of any size ensure that our students have multiple pathways to discover new interests, build new skills, and develop new passions. That our faculty have access to professional development opportunities that keep them on the innovative edge. And that our community remains connected and supported.

Giving back to an institution that encourages curiosity and successfully trains young minds to think strategically is our investment in future generations.”

Robyn and Mike Curran

CA board member and parents of three CA alumni

Giving Opportunities

Founders’ Circle*

$10,000 and above

Charter Club*

$5,000 – $9,999

Leadership Circle*

$2,500 - $4,999

Blue and Gold Society*

$1,000 – $2,499


$999 and below

 * indicates Leadership Circle giving

Library at Sunset
Watercolor by Jacob Lee ’24

Why I love CA- Why I love CA Jamie Roszel and Freya Kridle

Employee Giving

Our employees put their money where their heart is.

We are proud that 100% of our faculty, staff, and leadership contribute annually to the CA Fund.

Matching Gifts

Matching gifts come from corporations or foundations that partially or fully match a community member’s contribution. They allow you to double or even triple the amount (and impact) of your contribution to CA. Have questions? We’d love to hear from you.

Frequently Asked Questions 

What does “unrestricted” mean? 

CA Fund gifts are unrestricted. That means we have the flexibility to use the funds where they are most needed. Unrestricted gifts often have the most widespread impact on campus, supporting academics, clubs, athletics, facilities, professional development, the PTAA, and more. 

Why doesn’t CA increase tuition instead of relying on an annual fund? 

CA wants to remain both competitive and accessible. Raising tuition may outprice CA for many families, lessening our diverse community. Also, tuition is not tax-deductible, but donations to the CA Fund are. And that translates to a benefit for our families. 

Is every family required to contribute to the CA Fund? 

No. Annual participation in the CA Fund is voluntary (but check out our employee commitment!). That said, the more individuals, families, and businesses who participate, the more resources we have to support enhanced learning opportunities inside and outside CA classrooms.