Since first opening our doors in 1957, Cathedral School for Boys has sought to provide an exceptional K-8 educational experience designed to develop young men of purpose and compassion for the challenges and opportunities of a changing world.
As a small school, we benefit from a close-knit community of parents, alumni, faculty, grandparents, and friends who share a collective commitment to the School’s Mission and to the success of every Cathedral School student.
Like most independent, non-profit schools, Cathedral School for Boys relies on philanthropic giving to operate effectively. Annual giving to the Cathedral School Fund supports the School’s general operations by bridging the financial “gap” that exists between tuition revenue and the actual cost of the education that all students receive.
Last year, 100% of our current families, teachers, staff and trustees contributed to the Cathedral School Fund.
Why Our Community Gives to Cathedral School for Boys
Why I Give... The Wilkinson Family
Bary, Caroline, Parker ‘19, Drew ’20, and Sophia
We feel compelled to give to the Cathedral School Fund because we truly love the education that our boys are getting. We are committed to supporting the amazing teachers and the entire Cathedral School community. Through our donation we feel that we can continue to be part of supporting the present and future of Cathedral School for Boys.
Why I Give... The Moses Family
Toye, Alma, Akintoye, '96, and Willieford, '98
We participate as donors to the Annual Fund and attend as many Cathedral alumni events as we can with gratitude for the benefits that we continue to receive from this generous community.
Thank you for giving to Cathedral School for Boys!
We are excited to announce the public phase of our Campaign - a $20 million effort designed to support staff salaries and benefits, increase funding for adjustable tuition, and enhance and expand our campus.
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.