Admission
Affording Foxcroft

Endowed Scholarships

Foxcroft is grateful to the many donors who, through their generosity and thoughtfulness, have provided the opportunity for future students to attend Foxcroft. These funds do not require an additional application and are awarded based on the overall strength of the general admission application and on specific criteria stipulated by the donors. 

List of 34 items.

  • Alexya Solomon '76 Fund

    Established in 2017 by the class of 1976 in memory of classmate Lexy, this fund supports the "Miss Margaret" Lee Fund to enhance the participation of students in the Riding Program.
  • Amy Mix Poggi Scholarship

    Established in 1997 to honor Amy Mix Poggi ‘81, this scholarship provides a need-based award to a girl who demonstrates academic promise and a commitment to community service.
  • Audrey Meyer Mars Scholarship Fund

    The Audrey Meyer Mars Scholarship Fund is a merit-based award established in 1997 for students with a strong interest in science and mathematics, and a commitment to community service. 
  • Bartlett Family STEM Scholarship

  • C. V. Starr Scholarship

    Established in 1994 by the Starr Foundation, this fund provides need-based assistance to students.
  • Celeste and Paul Bergan Financial Aid Fund

    The Celeste P. and Paul K. Bergan Financial Aid Fund supports Foxcroft's Second Step Initiative, a program to significantly increase the School's financial aid endowment. This initiative provides monetary support for students referred to Foxcroft by non-profit organizations that identify gifted students with limited means.
  • Class of 1949 Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1999 by the Class of 1949 as their 50th Reunion Gift, this need-based scholarship honors the memory of their classmates by providing the oportunity of a Foxcroft education to future generations of girls with preference given to descendants of Foxcroft alumnae who exemplify the qualities of humor, resilience, service, and originality that characterized their highly individualistic class.
  • Class of 2011 Scholarship Fund

    Established by parents, students, and friends of the Class of 2011 to keep Foxcroft accessible to girls who demonstrate the talent and ambition to succeed.
  • Dede Pickering '71 Fund

    This merit-based scholarship fund established by Dede Pickering '71, provides the resources for the Head of School to ensure that Foxcroft is able to continue enrolling talented, high achieving young women each year.
  • Elizabeth Dillingham Wick '38 Scholarship

    The Elizabeth Dillingham Wick Scholarship Fund was established in 2012 by the children of the late Elizabeth Dillingham Wick '38 through her charitable trust in memory of their mother. This need and merit-based scholarship honors the legacy of Elizabeth Dillingham Wick by providing the opportunity of a Foxcroft education to deserving young women of future generations.
  • Extracurricular Experience Fund

    Established by Katherine Hastings '78, this fund embraces Foxcroft's "everything we do is curriculum" philosophy by helping to sponsor extra-curricular experiences which serve to enrich Foxcroft's academic and residential life programs. The scholarship will be available for cultural, artistic and academic enrichment events that are not supported by other financial aid and scholarship programs. Students may apply for assistance for any portion of the involved cost associated with the experience including but not limited to domestic travel fees, food, hotel stays, and program and event tickets.
  • Foreign Service Scholarship

    Establihsed in 1989 by Suzanne Kuser '49, this fund offers scholarship aid to students who are the children of Foreign Service or State Department employees.
  • Foxcroft Descendants Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1977 for daughters and granddaughters of alumnae .
  • Helen Campbell Kleberg Scholarship

    Established in 1980, Foxcroft's first named endowed scholarship fund was the gift of Helen Kleberg Groves '45 and her father, Robert J. Kleberg, Jr., in memory of Mrs. Groves' mother, Helen Campbell Kleberg.
  • Hemmenway Scholarship Fund

    Established in 1998 in honor of Foxcroft teachers, Peter and Chal Hemmenway, this scholarship funds need-based grants with preference given to the daughters of educators.
  • Henry and Nancy Gerry Scholarship Memorial Fund

    Family and friends established this fund in 2001 to honor the memory of Henry Averell Gerry, alumna husband, alumnae father, and life long Trustee. It provides scholarship support to a girl who enjoys mathematics, and who through curiosity finds new challenges, and through patience finds solutions.
  • Hopelet Scholarship

  • IT Fund

    Established anonymously in 2008, this fund provides merit-based support to ITs (daughters and granddaughters of alumnae).
  • Jacqueline Badger Mars Scholarship Fund

    A merit scholarship awarded each year to a girl who shows a strong interest in civics, government, leadership or history demonstrated by positions she may hold at school such as class officer, leadership in community service and outside clubs, etc.
  • Jane Clark '73 Scholarship Fund

    The Jane Clark Scholarship Fund was established in 2012 by Jane Clark '73. This need-based scholarship makes a Foxcroft education available to girls who demonstrate enthusiasm for making the most of the Foxcroft experience.
  • Jane Moseley Crawford

    This fund, initiated by Ailsa Moseley Crawford '53 in memory of her daughter, Jane '77, sponsors study abroad opportunities for Foxcroft students who would otherwise be unable to participate in these programs. This scholarship has helped to send students to France, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Syria, Jordan, Nairobi, Lithuania, Eastern Europe, England, Thailand, and Peru.
  • Jess Y. Womack II Scholarship Fund

    Established in 2008 by Lou Womack, in memory of her husband Jess, this merit-based scholarship makes a Foxcroft education more readily available to girls with enthusiasm for making the most of the Foxcroft experience.
  • Josephine Kimberly Peterson

    The fund for this memorial scholarship was started in 1997 by the family of 'Jo' Kimberly Peterson '46. Grants from this fund are awarded based on need to girls who possess humor, kindness, and a desire to 'give back', the qualities Jo Kimberly reflected in her own life.
  • Mary Custis Lee deButts '18 Scholarship

    Established by Jane deButts Kates '72 in loving memory of her grandmother, to provide merit scholarship support for a deserving student.
  • Mary Louise Leipheimer Scholarship

    Established in 2005 by a loyal Foxcroft family, the Leipheimer Scholarship is named in honor of Mary Louise Leipheimer. A former Head of School, Mary Lou devoted most of her professional career to Foxcroft before retiring in 2014. Her four-year scholarship is awarded to "a student who possesses the ability to work hard and play hard. This student demonstrates the qualities, often overlooked in young people, most exemplified by Mary Lou: honor, dedication, loyalty, humor, grace and an understanding heart."
  • "Miss Margaret" Lee Fund

    A riding fund enabling students to discover the joy of that unique bond between horses and humans, established by an anonymous donor in memory of “Miss Margaret” Lee whose inimitable training helped make her a more sensible person and better rider, and in honor of the wonderful Foxcroft horses who helped make her a kinder, more empathetic person.
  • Pickett Davis Randolph '56 Scholarship

    This fund was established to provide need-based assistance to a student who loves athletics and who possesses integrity, honesty, a sense of humor and an "understanding heart."
  • Reader's Digest Scholarship

    The DeWitt Wallace Fund, Inc., established this endowment in 1976 to provide partial scholarships for students from middle-income families.
  • Robert Emmett Leisher Scholarship

    Established in 2011 in memory of former Head of School Mary Louise Leipheimer's brother and beloved Foxcroft community member, Bob Leisher. Although Bob was with the Foxcroft community a short time, he left a lasting impression on all who knew him. Whether walking his dog Dreamer around campus, enthusiastically cheering on his Hound team, or quietly enjoying a meal with faculty and students alike, Bob was a “teacher” in his own right, quietly leading by example. This scholarship provides the opportunity of a Foxcroft education to a deserving student who is a quiet leader who embodies inner strength, humor, and a love of the outdoors. 
  • Ruth T. Bedford Merit Scholarship for the Arts

    The Ruth T. Bedford Merit Scholarships for the Arts honors Ms. Bedford by supporting girls who share her passion for the arts and who embody her sense of adventure and enterprise.
  • Scholarship/Financial Aid Endowment

    This endowment seeks to increase the accessabilty of a Foxcroft education to qualified girls, regardless of their family's financial resources. Gifts to this endowment ensure that we can offer needed financial support to incoming students.
  • Second Step Initiative

    The Second Step Initiative was established in 2007 to bring highly motivated, academically-qualified students with limited means to Foxcroft by providing financial support for those students.
  • Tracy Louis Merrilll Scholarship

    Given in 1978 by John J. Louis, Jr., this endowed scholarship offers tuition, grant, and loan assistance for students with proven financial need.
  • Virginia Cretella Mars Scholarship Fund

    The Virginia Cretella Mars Scholarhip Fund established in 1997, is a merit-based award to students with a strong interest in literary, visual or performing arts and a commitment to community service.
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