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Supporting Financial Aid and Endowed Scholarships

Each year, Brewster is proud to award financial aid to over 30 percent of the student body - helping to ensure the Academy is a diverse community with students from different cultural, socioeconomic, religious, and geographic backgrounds.

By contributing to financial aid at Brewster - through your gift to The Fund for Brewster, direct support of the Academy's existing endowed scholarships, or by establishing a new scholarship - you can be a part of making it possible for generations of students to benefit from the full Brewster experience.

Impact Scholarships

Impact Scholarships are gifts to the Academy that are not invested with Brewster's endowment. This type of scholarship offers the most immediate form of financial aid; the entire amount of the gift is used to fund the award to a deserving student or students. Impact scholarship donors who contribute at least $5,000 or more may name the scholarship they create. The Impact scholarship may be renewed annually with additional gifts.

Each year, Brewster is proud to award financial aid to over 30 percent of the student body - helping to ensure the Academy is a diverse community with students from different cultural, socioeconomic, religious, and geographic backgrounds. Your gift strengthens Brewster’s ability to make a difference for students.

Ballentine Family Scholarship

The Ballentine Family Scholarship was established in 2016 by Sandy and Roy Ballentine with a four-year commitment. The Ballentines reside in Wolfeboro and their children, Susan and Brian, graduated in the classes of 1994 and 1997. The Ballentine Family understands and appreciates the opportunities that Brewster offers its students and they are committed to helping Brewster grow its resources.

Trey Whitfield Memorial Scholarship

Trey Whitfield was a member of the class of 1989. Tragically, Trey lost his life just weeks away from graduation. Trey's parents, AB Whitfield and Janie Whitney, established the Trey Whitfield Foundation in honor and memory of Trey. Each year the Foundation makes a gift to Brewster to assist students in achieving the same opportunities that Trey had, keeping Trey's memory, spirit, and his love of Brewster alive.

Endowed Scholarships

Endowed scholarships are invested with the Academy's endowment so that they will continue to grow over time and support generations of students. They provide important financial aid for deserving students while also honoring the memory and commitment of specific individuals, families, faculty and staff who have strong connections to Brewster. By joining in this tradition of giving, you can help make the Brewster experience attainable for qualified students. Permanently named endowed scholarships may be established with gifts of $25,000 or more.