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Canyon Heights Academy Fact Sheet

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OUR OUTSTANDING SCHOOL Canyon Heights Academy is committed to the Integral Formation of its students and addressing their spiritual, intellectual, human and…
OUR OUTSTANDING SCHOOL Canyon Heights Academy is committed to the Integral Formation of its students and addressing their spiritual, intellectual, human and apostolic development. Our thriving school is deeply rooted in the Catholic faith, provides an exceptional curriculum and a nurturing environment to guide students toward their God-given potential. As we look to next year and the 20th anniversary of our founding, we remain committed to our mission of forming confident, faith- filled leaders prepared for success in high school, college and beyond. P L A N N I N G S T U D Y FA C T S H E E T our challenges Auditorium: Unlike most schools in the area, Canyon Heights Academy does not have a large indoor space suitable for bringing the CHA community together for performances and athletic competitions. This is a major deficiency of our facilities and it discourages some families from enrolling at CHA. Our Without a large indoor facility, PE classes, practices and sporting Vision After careful study and parent activities are held outdoors on a deteriorating asphalt playground feedback, Canyon Heights or confined to classrooms in inclement weather. This arrangement Academy leadership identified invites injury and is a major inconvenience for our sports teams. the priorities of an Auditorium The lack of indoor athletic space limits practices and means our and an Endowment to position athletic competitions are always “away” games, depriving our CHA for even greater success young athletes the excitement of a home crowd atmosphere. and more opportunities to serve our students. Without this facility, Canyon Heights Academy struggles to accommodate all-school Masses, large gatherings for student performances and other important school events. Endowment: An endowment for Canyon Heights Academy will provide long-term financial stability enabling us to support faculty development, render tuition assistance, and weather the economic fluctuations that occur in Silicon Valley. Establish an Endowment Goal: $3 million Endowments are common among Catholic schools because they provide an ongoing and reliable source of funds for crucial priorities. Our endowment will enable Construct an Auditorium Canyon Heights to: Estimated Cost: $2 million • Provide more need-based scholarships. These scholarships are crucial because they make high-quality The facilities, constructed adjacent to our school, will provide: Catholic education at Canyon Heights attainable • High school regulation-size (84’ X 50’) gym for more families. In turn, the scholarships boost for basketball, volleyball and other games and enrollment, which is essential to our school’s long-term practices. viability. • Versatile space for physical education classes. • Provide adequate teacher compensation: we • Locker rooms. must retain and recruit the best possible • Space for seating more than 500 people. staff by adequately compensating • A large multi-use area for all-school Masses, them for their excellent work. student performances and other big events. The facility will serve as our auditorium, a our next steps first for Canyon Heights. To achieve this vision, we are considering a major capital campaign. But first we need to hear from you. With the help of the Steier Group, a Catholic fundraising firm based in Omaha, Canyon Heights Academy is conducting a planning study. The study will allow us to gauge support for these priorities and determine a realistic fundraising goal.
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