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THE Annual Fund

THE Annual Fund

 

This year's THE Annual Fund was a huge success, and we could not be more grateful. We had over 42% of our families donating, 100% of our faculty and staff contributing and faithful alumni and community supporters making a difference. You made this possible!

We raised over $71,000!

Our 2020/2021 The Annual fund donors

We Are Bayshore

Dr. Yongwoon Jung
Judith Shone
Shekina Denny
The Anonymous Family (1)
The Bates Family
The Capra Family
The Cenal Family
The Davis Family
The Dye Family
The Fernandez Family
The Gonzalez Family
The Harrison Family
The Hopper Family
The Howell Family
The Hummel Family
The Jones Family
The Keovongsa Family
The Lipke Family
The McMillin Family
The Pate Family
The Stenholm Family
The Tavares Family
The White Family
The Zipay Family
 

Donor's Circle

Mary Fritz
Michael Mirabella
Peter Bowinski
Sarah Smart
The Anonymous Family (4)
The Arnold Family
The Bailey Family
The Bernier Family
The Boe Family
The Brockman Family
The Burkett Family
The Callahan Family
The Cameron Family
The Chapman Family
The Chester Family
The Clemons Family
The Codlyn Family
The Comrie Family
The Cooper Family
The Degunether Family
The Donley Family
The Elsberry Family
The Espinal
The Fan Family
The Follstad Family
The Gallina Family
The Gibson Family
The Glass Family
The Green/Rolack Family
The Hamric Family
The Kemp Family
The Kolbe Family
The Kratz Family
The Lockhart Family
The Lockhart Family
The Lopez Family
The Manno Family
The Maynor Family
The Melton Family
The Milne Family
The Minerva Family
The Morejon Family
The Murphy Family
The Myers Family
The Nypaver Family
The Otte Family
The Owens Family
The Parsons Family
The Peterson Family
The Pippin Family
The Rainey
The Reed Family
The Reynolds Family
The Roche Family
The Rodriguez Family
The Rorebeck Family
The Rose Family
The Rubio Family
The Russo Family
The Sellars Family
The Smith Family
The Stewart Family
The Stoops Family
The Tomlin Family
The Trofi Family
The Valdes Family
The Valdivia Family
The Valencia Family
The Veitz Family
The Waller Family
The Wilson Family
The Wooten Family
The Zalich Family

Leader's Club

Bishop & Mrs. Kevin Donlon
Joyce Tomlin
MaryJo Woodward
The Akers Family
The Anonymous Family (3)
The Brandt Family
The Conroy Family
The Dang Family
The DeJose Family
The Geary Family
The Gibson Family
The Hall Family
The Henry Family
The Hightower Family
The Johnson Family
The Johnson Family
The Kelley Family
The Lynch Family
The Maddux Family
The McCutchen Family
The Olguin Family
The Proffitt Family
The Reicherter Family
The Sander Family
The Simpson Family
The Spencer Family
The St. Clair Family
The Sullivan Family
The Traynor Family
The Walker Family
The Zimmer Family

Headmaster's Club

The Anonymous Family (2)
The Humenansky Family

Scholar's Club

The Daigle Family
The DeBartalo Family Foundation
The Sherbert Family
National Christian Foundation Tampa Bay
 

Founder's Club

The Lathrop Family

Maroon Society

The King's Grant Foundation

Frequently Asked Questions

We use annual fund donations to enhance the operational budget of the school and to control tuition costs.

As we strive to keep tuition affordable for all families, tuition does not cover the full cost of educating a student. There is a financial gap per student each year. We count on donor support to fill the gap and aid in keeping tuition affordable for all those who wish to enroll their child/ren at Bayshore Christian School.

Bayshore Christian School is committed to challenging, developing, and empowering students for future leadership with a Biblical worldview within a diverse and nurturing environment, so that each student will follow the example of Jesus to "grow in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man." Luke 2:52

A significant increase in tuition would greatly impact the social and economic diversity of the school. This same diversity is what makes Bayshore unique and provides a wonderful environment for our students. As tuition increases, middle-income families are greatly impacted. Lower income families will qualify for financial aid, more affluent families will have less of an impact by tuition increases. For this reason, we count on your donations and support.

Every donation is important and will impact a student at Bayshore Christian School; no amount is too large or too small.

Interested families submit an application for financial assistance through FACTS Grant & Aid. FACTS representatives use the information provided to determine each family's level of need. This information, along with a letter from the family that explains their family's unique needs, is used to make a determination by an anonymous financial aid team.

Every student benefits from the financial gifts BCS receives. If you wish to designate, please consider the following opportunities:

     ♦  Annual Fund
     ♦  Financial Aid Awards
     ♦  Athletic Department
     ♦  Fine Art Department
     ♦  Annual Spring Gala
     ♦  Gifts in Kind

The following gift clubs will be acknowledged each year in the Head Master’s Annual Report, “Honor Roll of Donors.” Each summer, we invite contributors to the Head Master’s Club and above (donors over $1,500) to the new annual Head Master’s Chapel and Thank You Brunch in recognition of their leadership and generosity.

   ►  Faith Warrior Society, $100,000 or more
   ►  Platinum Society, $50,000 -- $99,999
   ►  Gold Society, $25,000 -- $49,999
   ►  Maroon Society, $10,000 -- $24,999
   ►  Founder’s Club, $5,000 -- $9,999
   ►  Scholars Club, $2,500 -- $4,999
   ►  Head Master’s Club, $1,500 -- $2,499
   ►  Leaders Club, $500 -- $1,499
   ►  Donors Circle, $100 -- $499
   ►  We Are Bayshore, gifts up to $99

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