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Did you know there are creative ways to support Worcester Academy? Ways in which Worcester, you and your loved ones all benefit at the same time?
Such giving techniques are called "planned gifts", because with thoughtful planning, you create win-win solutions for you and Worcester.
There's a simple, straightforward way to avoid income tax and potential estate tax on your retirement plan, while making a significant gift to Worcester.
Simply put, Worcester Academy was a “life boat” for Ted Buyniski, Class of 1972. The public middle school where he had completed seventh grade was in danger of losing its accreditation and was going to double sessions because of over-crowding.
Lexi Hackett ’16 is a three-sport athlete, but it is in basketball that she excels. In her junior year she scored 20 or more points in thirteen games and in one game alone had 41.
ONWARD: The Campaign for Worcester Academy seeks to greatly increase scholarship support for students like Dana Marrone ’11.