Thanks to alumni and parents, the Capital Campaign surpassed $10 million in total gifts and pledges. Capital Campaign donations have made possible a new surface on the main athletic field, a new Quad, Grotto and Alumni Garden. Also part of the Capital Campaign is building a permanent endowment. More than $1 million has been contributed to a Financial Aid Endowment to help make a Servite education possible for families that cannot afford tuition.
The next building project will be a 51-meter Aquatics Center that will provide championship caliber facilities for Swimming and Water Polo athletes and be a sight for Olympic Development teams. The cost of the Aquatics Center is projected to be $4.4 million and $4.1 million has been committed thus far. The goal is to break ground for the Aquatics Center in fall 2015.
A new Multi-Sport Athletic Complex/Baseball Field will be the final element of Servite’s Phase I Capital Campaign.
Special thanks to The LeVecke Family Foundation, The A. Gary Anderson Family Foundation, Jim Belardi ’75, Tim Buckley ’73, and The Ganahl Family Foundation for taking lead roles in the support of the Capital Campaign.