Advancement Office Contact

 
SONYA BRUFFEY 
Director of Alumni Relations and Publications
mailto:sbruffey@fayacademy.org
(910) 868-5131 ext. 3312
 
EMILY SCHAEFER 
Advancement Office Assistant
mailto:eschaefer@fayacademy.org
(910) 868-5131 ext. 3312

 

Gifts to the Fayetteville Academy can be made by cash, check, credit card (MasterCard or Visa), Donate Online secure giving site, or If you prefer to mail your gift, make checks payable to Fayetteville Academy and mail to: 3200 Cliffdale Rd., Fayetteville, NC  28303

Matching Gifts

Many corporations have matching gift programs that support various nonprofit organizations, including Fayetteville Academy. The company for which you or your spouse works may match any cash or stock gift you make – sometimes on a $2-for-$1 basis, or more. Check with your company’s business office for specifics.

Appreciated Securities

For those who own securities or other capital assets that have appreciated in value, transferring this asset to Fayetteville Academycan result in significant tax savings for the donor. You may obtain a tax deduction for the full value of the asset, up to 30 percent of your adjusted gross income, and avoid paying capital gains tax if the asset were to have been sold.

Planned Gifts

Planned or deferred gifts are another way to make a gift to Fayetteville Academy while meeting the long-term needs of your estate planning. Such contributions may include gifts of cash, securities, tangible property, real estate or life insurance. Gifts may be made through bequests, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts or charitable lead trusts.

Did you know?

 Fayetteville Academy is an institution with a 501 (c)(3) classification allowing donations to be tax deductible as permitted by current tax laws. 

Our Schools

Order Your Textbooks Now

Textbooks now available at our official Follett Virtual Campus website!  We have worked with our official course materials partner, Follett, to make the textbooks your child will need for the upcoming year available on our virtual campus website: www.fayettevilleacademy.bkstr.com

Anna Perko Chosen by NSCAA to High School All-America Team

Congratulations to Anna Perko who was one of 49 female student-athletes in the country chosen by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America to the High School Scholar All-America Team for the 2016-2017 school year! Anna will attend Wofford College in the fall. Click here to see the list of recipients.

Congratulations to the Class of 2017

This class of 39 students were offered over $3.6 million in scholarships and grants. Julia Allen Sarah Herring Michael McKnight Ryan Sappington Meredith Ammons Ye-Bhit Hong Rebecca Mergy Natalie Saunders MacLaine Birch Demetrius Jones Juliana Morehouse Barrett Stiehl Emaly Bostaph Jacob Katz Trusha Patel Jerry Sutton Eleanor Davis Antonio Kraychete Anna Perko Jessica Townsend Coby […]

Athletic Banquet Awards

Congratulations to seniors Coby Dorsey and Anna Perko who received the Coastal Rivers Conference Scholar Athlete Award last night at the annual Athletic Banquet! This award goes to a junior or senior who is a skilled athlete in at least two varsity sports and has a cumulative 3.2 GPA based on a 4.0 scale.   […]

Anna Perko Signs with Wofford

Congratulations to Anna Perko who signed her National Letter of Intent to play soccer for Wofford College! She is pictured with her parents, Amy and Rick, sister, Kate, and Fayetteville Academy soccer coaches, Andrew McCarthy and Jimmy Maher.

Duke TIP Awards

Charles Ann MacDonald and Cailee Calabrese were honored at the Duke TIP Awards Ceremony yesterday. Cailee received State recognition for her scores on the ACT.  Charles Ann received State and Grand Recognition for her ACT scores .  Harrison Player also received State Recognition for his ACT scores.

Valedictorian & Salutatorian Announced

Congratulations to Anjali Saini who will be the Valedictorian for the Class of 2017 and to Trusha Patel who will be the Salutatorian!

Anna Perko – Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Anna Perko who was selected as one of The Fayetteville Observer’s Athletes of the week for April 24-29, 2017. http://www.fayobserver.com/photogallery/NC/20170503/SPORTS/503009998/PH/1?start=2  

2017 Junior Marshals Announced

Congratulations to the 2017 Junior Marshals!: Max Richter, Sunny Wang, Michael Peters (Chief), Sabeeka Malick, and Carter Boliek.  These five students have the highest numeric averages in the junior class and will serve at graduation and at other events during the 2017-2018 school year.

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week May 1-5

As we celebrate Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week, we would like to thank our teachers and staff for the awesome job they do each and every day!

Declan Cutler Wins “The Man” Pageant

Congratulations to The Man, Declan Cutler and to the runners-up in Friday night’s Man Pageant: 1st – Demetrius Jones; 2nd – Quentin Miller; 3rd – Coby Dorsey; 4th – Carter Boliek. A big thank you to the following people: Mrs. Gillis and the Key Club workers; Jacob Katz and Ryan Sappington for being the perfect […]

Deborah Reavis Selected Q98 Teacher of the Week

Congratulations to Deborah Reavis, Chair of the FA Fine Arts Department and art instructor, who was chosen as Q98 Teacher of the Week!

Sabeeka Malick to attend Congressional Leadership Conference

Congratulations to Sabeeka Malick for being chosen to attend a week long Congressional Leadership Conference in Washington, DC this summer sponsored by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. Sabeeka’s selection was based on her award winning essay entitled “Why was the division of power between the President and Senate to nominate and […]

Lower School to perform Seussical Jr.

Seussical Jr. will be performed by the entire Lower School this Thursday, April 20 at 6:30 p.m. and Friday, April 21 at 1:00 p.m. as part of Grandparents/Special Friends Day. Both performances will take place in the Norris Gymnasium. Tickets are on sale now in the Lower School Office or you may purchase at the […]

Seventh Graders Poems Selected for Publication

April is National Poetry Month, and we would like to congratulate these seventh grade students whose poems were selected by and published in Anthology of Poetry by Young Americans, a national poetry contest and publication.   Zoe Ingram   “Squid” Cailee Calabrese   “Conscience” Rachel Gordon   “Its Own Island” Arinze Ejeh   “Workers” Charles Ann MacDonald “My Very First […]

Morgan Dorsey Sets New School Record

Congratulations to Morgan Dorsey for setting a new school record in the Carver Classic this past weekend! Morgan ran the 800 in 2:24.3.

Congratulations to Neha Garg

Congratulations to Neha Garg who has been accepted into Boston University’s Seven-Year Medical Education Program in the College of Arts and Sciences. 

Month of the Military Child Observance

Next week, we will celebrate the Month of the Military Child.  Everyone is invited to join in the following theme days: Monday: Hats off to Military Children (hat day); Tuesday: Men and Women of the Military are our Super Heroes (dress as your favorite super hero); Wednesday: Crazy Camouflage Day (wear camouflage); Thursday: Proud to be […]

Varsity Chorus wins at Festival Disney

Congratulations to all members of the Varsity Chorus and Mrs. Valcarcel! During Spring Break the Varsity Chorus competed in Walt Disney World’s National Competiton–Festival Disney. Choirs, Bands, and Orchestras from all over the country competed in this event. The Varsity Mixed Chorus won the Silver Award in their division. The Varsity Women defended their title […]

Congratulations to Isabelle Miller

Congratulations to Isabelle Miller for being selected as one of the winners of the 2017 Congressional Seminar Essay Contest sponsored by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. This year’s topic was “Why was the division of power between the President and Senate to nominate and confirm a Supreme Court Justice created by […]


 

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