Bishop Luers High School, one of Fort Wayne’s private, Catholic, high schools, has launched a $4 million capital campaign, called “Faith in Our Future.”
In 2005 Bishop Luers High School successfully raised over $3.2 million to fund many necessary projects for Phase I of the Faith in Our Future campaign. Phase II of this campaign is celebrating the completion of a new Chapel and media center. We are still raising funds for a new performing arts assembly hall and to complete improvements to the school infrastructure, which includes high-efficiency window.
- Chapel of Saint Francis – Completed
- Performing Arts Assembly Hall – “We lack large meeting spaces for enrichment activities (e.g. showchoir, dance, cheerleading, plays, etc). For example, many of our clubs have meetings in the hallways because of high pupil demand and the subsequent lack of space. This new 4,000 sq. ft. addition to the cafeteria will help address this challenge.”
- 21st Century Media Center & Library – Completed
- Complete Energy Efficient Façade Renovation – “Many of the rooms in our building are cold and drafty and we spend unnecessary money keeping them warm. Replacing our single pane windows will decrease our long term heating and cooling expenses.”
Bishop Luers High School is proud and elated to announce that Phase II of the Faith in Our Future campaign has already secured $3.2 million in pledges towards its $4,000,000 need. Led by Campaign Co-Chairs Jerry & Becky Henry the campaign is poised for success as it enters its home stretch.
For more information please visit www.bishopluerscampaign.org
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