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Is Our

For 138 years, Winsor has set the standard for excellence in girls’ education, again and again.

Campaign Progress

 $61,058,250 of $100,000,000 Goal

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    as of June 14, 2024

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Alumnae Participation


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Individual Gifts To Date


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States Represented


and the District of Columbia

Building on the momentum of the Winsor Promise Campaign, Winsor Leads will make our incredible campus forever home to Boston’s brightest girls and the nation’s most exceptional faculty.

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campaign priorities

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Student Support

​​What would it look like if Winsor could afford to ensure access to all of our most extraordinary applicants? And what if we could support all students regardless of financial need through equitable access to the full Winsor experience, from sports and music lessons to global trips that no student should miss? We can’t wait to find out.

Faculty Excellence

We know how to attract and retain the highest caliber of faculty, who champion our girls from Classes I through VIII. It demands that we keep salaries high enough to accomplish two tasks: 1) compete fiercely with peer schools across the country for top talent, and 2) guarantee that our teachers can afford to live nearby. Your gift can help us lead the way.

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The Winsor Fund

The cornerstone of philanthropy at Winsor, The Winsor Fund gives us the flexibility to meet budgetary needs as they arise. Collectively, gifts from $1 to $100,000 total an estimated $3.5 million per year, bridging the gap between tuition and the actual cost of educating a student. No matter the size, every gift counts toward the Winsor Leads Campaign.

campaign voices

David Griffin
David Griffin

“This is a community that cares. Winsor students care deeply about their learning and connect every day with teachers who care just as deeply. Faculty work deliberately to empower students, and students here are eager to put their learning to good use.”

David Griffin

English Faculty

Jennifer Skeele
Jennifer Skeele

“Only at Winsor would an English teacher who had canceled her sophomore English class (because the students were going to be gone for the day on a field trip) get an email from those students to say that they’d be getting back in time for the last forty minutes of class. Could they please come to class?”

Jennifer Skeele ’71, P’98, ’02

English Faculty, retired

Julian K. Braxton
Julian K. Braxton

“Belonging is about accepting people for who they are and not what we want them to be. It’s about affirming people. That’s what we do at Winsor, create a space of affirmation and belonging so students can thrive.”

Julian K. Braxton

Director of Community and Inclusion; Bezan Chair for Community and Inclusion

Valentina Páez
Valentina Páez

“Teaching our students to speak their minds, create powerful connections, and deepen their interests in a second language has been one of the most amazing gifts I have received and relished as an educator. Teaching them and learning with them is an experience second to none.”

Valentina Páez

World Language Department Head

Chris Player
Chris Player

“[W]hen confronted by the challenges of the world, [Winsor students’] energy and their readiness to shine a light on solutions is so tangible, that I find it to be a personal source of optimism for the future.”

Chris Player

Science Faculty, STEM Integration Coordinator & Innovation Lab Manager, Science Department Head

Andrew Marshall
Andrew Marshall

“Winsor radiates warmth, acceptance, and community. The adults care deeply about the students, and the students are excited to learn and give their best work. The school spirit is robust, and students have a genuine desire to change the world around them.”

Andrew Marshall

Choral Director and Performing Arts Faculty

Amanda Santos Valenzuela
Amanda Santos Valenzuela

“Winsor students are talented, vibrant, and engaged young people. They understand that their personal and community wellness are connected and contribute to their success. They look to us for the resources and to model for them what it looks like.”

Amanda Santos Valenzuela

Wellness Department Head

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Gift Announcements

May 2, 2024

The Kimberly Ramos Faculty Support Fund

Read about the fund created by Brenda Haynes and Adam Koppel P’16 and their daughter Rebecca Koppel P’16—named in honor of Head of Upper School Kimberly Ramos—in support of Winsor’s dedicated teachers who have achieved a 10-year milestone at the school. 

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April 4, 2024

Traquina Family Endowed Scholarship

Read about the fund created by the Traquina family—parents Robin and Perry and daughters Meredith ’09 and Kate ’13— that annually supports five deserving students from underrepresented communities or first-generation American families.

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Let us know what interests you and where you are. We will make sure you get the most out of getting involved.

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Promote campaign events and other opportunities to network and socialize virtually and in person.

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Register for a regional or affinity committee and build relationships with fellow alumnae.

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Every gift, at every level, will get us over the finish line. Make sure this campaign includes you!