Other Ways To Support TPS

Thank You For Supporting The Piedmont School!

Thank you for your interest in wanting to learn more about our giving process and the importance of supporting The Piedmont School.  Many people think that tuition covers the expense of running The Piedmont School, but that is simply not the case. Realistically, tuition only covers about 85% of the operating budget with the balance coming from interested patrons like yourself and other charitable foundations who understand the need and importance of supporting our wonderful little school.

In order to maintain our standard of excellence in education, our Annual Fund is the primary vehicle for filling in the gap between tuition and our cost of operation.  Your Annual Fund contribution is the most important gift you can make to our school each year. Annual Fund gifts vary in size; however, all gifts are important and play an essential role in helping us meet the educational needs of our students.

Annual Fund dollars are unrestricted and will be used where needs and priorities are the greatest. The school’s budget funds everything from teachers and tuition assistance to academics and facilities. Please help us achieve our goals by making a generous pledge if you are able. By doing so, you help us “quench the thirst” of our wonderful students who have finally found a home where it is alright to learn differently.

To contribute to the Annual Fund, please contact the school at (336) 883-0993 or by contacting Pam Garner, Business Manager, pgarner@thepiedmontschool.com 

Other ways to support The Piedmont School include:

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  • Harris Teeter VIC Card (card # 4265)

  • Box Tops for Education (collect box tops and bring them to school)

For more information about charitable giving to The Piedmont School please contact Head of School Tim Montgomery(tmontgomery@thepiedmont school.com),  Business Manager Pam Garner (pgarner@thepiedmontschool.com), or contact the school at (336) 883-0992.

Thank you in advance for your generosity.

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