• Cathedral School for Boys Turns 60!

60th Anniversary & the David Forbes Endowed Teaching Chair


Cathedral School for Boys hosted a grand celebration for its 60th Anniversary on April 27-28, 2018.

Crypt Classic Alumni vs. Faculty Game

Included in the festivities was our traditional Alumni vs. Faculty basketball game, also known as The Crypt Classic, which was played on Friday, April 27th. The Alumni Hawks were victorious with a final score of 74 to 55. Game MVPs were Joseph Weinstein ’16 and Peter Mundy.

View Amazing Photos of the Game (taken by Sasha Soheili)

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60th Anniversary Celebration & Reception

On April 28th, alumni, faculty, parents and friends gathered at Grace Cathedral for an anniversary service celebrating the School's 60th milestone. Alumni choristers joined current choristers in the Choir House to practice the school hymn which they performed together during the program which began with a procession through the Ghiberti Doors of over 170 alumni from the classes of 1960 to 2017.

View Photos of the Choir Practice with Alumni Choristers

View Photos of the Alumni Gathering & Procession

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Current and former Deans, Bishops, and Headmasters
shared their memories and hopes for the School’s future. 


View the Printed Program from the Anniversary Service

Listen to Recorded Audio from All Speakers at the Event

View a Presentation featuring the School's History and Evolution from 1957 to Present Day
(Thank you, Valerie Jew, for creating this meaningful time capsule for the School!)

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Current Head of School, Burns Jones, concluded the celebration by announcing this exciting initiative. Conceived by alumni Bill Bennington ’79 and Greg Lee ’78, Cathedral’s first teaching chair honors our founding Headmaster whose unwavering commitment to Episcopal education and Cathedral School has persisted for six decades. Read more about this significant effort here. All alumni and families are encouraged to help us reach the $1M target which will provide additional salary and professional development to Cathedral's fine teachers.
 
 

Forbes Endowment

  1. 100
  2. 90
  3. 80
  4. 70
  5. 60
  6. 50
  7. 40
  8. 30
  9. 20
  10. 10
  11. 0
Goal $1,000,000.00
Current $689,053.00
Remaining $310,947.00
As of Date 5/21/2018
Start Date 1/1/2018
End Date 6/30/2018

Forbes Endowed Teaching Chair Donors

Donors
Anonymous (2)
Mark Mead Baillie '67
Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Baldocchi '70
Andrew J. Balzer '16
William J. Bennington '79
John Beshears '96
Christian Bolles '10
Gary Bolles and Heidi Kleinmaus
David Boyd '62
Ed Brakeman '78
Frederick Burke '73
Dr. and Mrs. Owen L. Daniels '62
The Vogel Denebeim Family
Max Falk-Johnson '15
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Launce L. Gamble '79
Robert W. Gregory '76
Emily and Mark Griffin '87
Christopher Hale '68
Lt. James Heffelfinger '02
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Hill III '63
Don T. Hirose '70
David Hopkins '98
Mr. and Mrs. J. Beverly Jones '63
JP Morgan
Dr. Lin Fraser and Ron King
James King '00 and Becca Gularte
Kate and Jonathan Kropf '95
Frank T. Kyte '63
Dana and Gregory Lee '78
Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian E. Lee '88
Alston L. Lew '94
Charles Lowrey '71 and Susan Rodriguez
John MacGregor IV '02
Joseph Millard '61
Colin Payne '14
Minna and Ned Pinger
Isobel and John Russell
William T. Russell '17
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Sherman III '70
Benedict Singer '98
Mr. David Singer and Rev. Sue Singer
Emily and Justin Smith '96
Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Smith '60
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Stone '71
Thomas Su '13
Spencer Trice '01
UBS Foundation USA
Mr. and Mr. Henry W. Wagner III '70
Caitlin Selle and Alexander M. Walker '62
Mr. and Mrs. William Webb '77


Cathedral School for Boys

1275 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 Main phone 415.771.6600 Fax 415.771.2547
Located in San Francisco, CA, Cathedral School for Boys is an independent elementary school for boys in grades K-8. Our mission is to provide an excellent education through intellectual inquiry and rigor that is centered in the Episcopal tradition and is respectful of and welcoming to people of all religious traditions and beliefs.