The Power of Penn Charter
Penn Charter has always been at the forefront of education.
In shifting to distance learning, PC teachers have worked tirelessly to adapt and lead — and to remain at the top of their game. As this evolves, they’ll need more training.
Penn Charter will work to ensure all our students can return regardless of financial need.
Already families are reaching out in need of additional aid. We are committed to keeping our community intact. Like we did in the 2008 recession, we’ll manage, as always, with responsible budgeting and strategic financial management.
To succeed, we need the help of generous donors.
Make a gift to the Annual Fund to help expand our financial aid budget and support the school's other priorities.
The PC family is our greatest strength.
How has Penn Charter changed your life? How did the PC community support you when you were a student? The network of OPCs, current parents, faculty and staff, and parents of OPCs enhances the student experience through gifts of talent, time volunteered, and gifts to the school. Thank you for what you do for Penn Charter.
We're here for you.
Please reach out to us.
Director of Alumni Relations Chris Rahill:
Chief Development Officer John T. Rogers:
Director of the Annual Fund Emma Rowan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Director of Development Nicole Martz:
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