The Acorn Fund

Acorn Fund: Blue Oak School’s Annual Fund

The Acorn Fund is a community fundraising effort where current parents and grandparents, faculty and staff, alumni, alumni parents and friends come together to provide financial support to enhance the education of every student at Blue Oak through a direct donation. It is the single most important annual fundraising priority for our school. As with all independent schools, tuition alone does not cover the cost of providing an extraordinary private education. 

Every family is asked to make a gift to the Acorn Fund at the beginning of each school year.  We encourage families to make a meaningful gift that is commensurate with their financial ability.  Gifts of any amount are welcome, and every gift matters. 


2023-2024 Acorn Fund

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Programs Enhanced by the Acorn Fund

The Acorn Fund strengthens and sustains the educational experience of a Bue Oak student each and every day.  It supports:

  • Small class sizes with highly personalized teaching and learning
  • Retention of dedicated and passionate faculty and staff through strong compensation
  • Financial aid to support a diverse family body with a community and curriculum emphasis on equity and inclusion
  • Access innovation that supports our program

Our Goal for the 2023-2024 School Year:      $300,000

Thank you to our donors!

Give today to add your name to the growing number of community members whose giving to the Acorn Fund is making a difference in providing our students with an exceptional education.


Recognition Levels

Visionary’s Circle                    $25,000 and up

Founder’s Circle                      $10,000-$24,999

Head of School Circle             $5,000- $9,999

Polk Street Circle                    $1,500-$4,999

Bobcat Pride                           $1-$1,499

All donors will be recognized in our annual report on philanthropy.


Ways to Give

There are many ways you can contribute to Blue Oak School and make a difference in the lives of our students.

For More Information Contact:

Etta Williams
Director of Advancement