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Senior Parent Gift Fund

Class of 2024: This year the funds raised will be used to improve the furnishings for students and teachers in some of our classrooms. With the funds raised, several of the school’s classrooms will be outfitted with new desks, chairs, and teacher workstations as a lasting tribute to the Class of 2024.  The goal is to raise $30,000 for this project, with 100% participation. No gift is too small and no gift is too big.

  • You can give via credit card, Venmo, Apple Pay, or EFT here.


What is the Senior Parent Gift Fund?  An annual Ursuline tradition, the Senior Parent Gift program encourages parents of the graduating class to come together to honor their daughters with a collective gift to the school.

This campaign is part of the school's Annual Giving effort and gives parents an opportunity to celebrate their daughter’s Ursuline experience by funding a project that provides an impactful enhancement to the Academy. In selecting this project, the Senior Parent Gift Committee also takes into consideration the benefit for the maximum number of students. 

If you are interested in serving on the Senior Parent Gift Committee, or to make a gift or pledge of support, please contact the Director of Annual Giving at 781-493-7715 or make a gift online here.

Past Senior Parent Gifts

See how the generosity of our Senior Parents has indelibly changed and improved Ursuline Academy over the past 15 years.  Thank you to all those who contributed to these efforts.  We are a stronger, safer, and more beautiful community because of you!

Class of 2023: The first part of a two-year initiative to replace classroom furnishings and renovate several classrooms.  As a result of this campaign, four classrooms were refurbished over the summer of 2023.

Class of 2022 and Class of 2021:   A two-year initiative funded renovations to the Tea Room, under the direction of alumna Krista Easterly ‘03, a corporate interior designer. The Tea Room was equipped with new furnishings, including booths, high-top tables, wall sconces and upgraded technology.  

Class of 2020: Funded safety renovations and the front-door build-out in the main lobby.  A double safety door and a welcome window were installed within the lobby, as well as enhanced technology for entering the building for the office manager to see and greet each visitor.

Class of 2019:  Funds were used to renovate Angela Hall into an Auditorium/Multi-Purpose Room. The space was redesigned with new lighting and sound equipment, a stage backdrop, blackout window shades, new painting, and carpeted flooring. 

Class of 2018:  Raised funds to be used towards the establishment of a gallery space on campus to showcase the history of Ursuline Academy in Dedham. 

Class of 2017: The Senior Parent Gift established an endowed scholarship named for the Class of 2017 in memory of the students’ beloved classmate, Taylor Manning. A rising eighth-grade recipient who embodies the mind and spirit of Taylor is awarded the scholarship each spring.

Class of 2016: Funded advanced classroom display technology in several of the classrooms and a webcam to allow live streaming of theater productions, Masses, and athletic events. 

Class of 2015: Funded improvements to the field and gym.  The area outside the Tea Room was expanded to include additional picnic tables, a scoreboard and improved lighting for the field were added, and team chairs with UA's bear paw logo for the volleyball and basketball teams were purchased.

Class of 2014: Funded renovations and efficiency upgrades to the school’s bathrooms. Ursuline “Powder Rooms" finally meet the 21st century! 

Class of 2013: Funded the Gateway to UA Lobby Renovation Project. Renovation began during Christmas break 2013 and continued through the spring.

Class of 2012: Funded the expansion and renovation of the Guidance Department.

Class of 2011: Funded an Ursuline Academy mini-bus.

Class of 2010: Funded a sound system for the Tea Room and renovated the sound system for the gym.

Class of 2009: Funded new curtains for the stage.

Class of 2008: Funded a phone reach system.

Class of 2007: Funded an updated website.