The Ranney Fund

Campus Enhancements

Your gift to the Ranney Fund allows Ranney to enhance and upgrade our beautiful campus to ensure students have access to safe, state-of-art facilities in which to learn, collaborate, and grow.
 
This year, your gift can help us put the finishing touches on our Rally for the GPA campaign! 
 
The Gerhard Pavilion for Athletics is the hub of physical education and athletic activity on campus. With a 25-meter indoor pool, two gymnasiums, weight training facilities and a recently renovated Athletic Trainer’s room, the GPA is used by all students across divisions. As the largest indoor space on campus, the GPA serves as a gathering place for community-wide events and celebrations including pep rallies and our Multicultural Fair. From welcoming competitor teams to hosting tournaments, such as the Prep State Championship in fencing, the GPA is our signature athletic facility and the building on campus most frequented by visitors.
 
At Ranney, we encourage students to pursue a healthy balance of academic and co-curricular interests and activities. We nurture our students’ talents and passions, cultivate sportsmanship and leadership skills, and advance healthy competition—all of which guide our students to reach their fullest personal potential. The GPA renovations will foster school spirit and pride while providing a welcoming space where our students can participate in physical education, athletics, and school traditions. View our vision in this video.
 
Naming Opportunities are still available! 
To learn more about these and other naming opportunities, including multi-year gifts, please contact Kathleen Brown, Director of Development, at 732.719.7395, ext. 1168 or kbrown@ranneyschool.org.
 

  • Rally for the GPA!

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  • Building STEAM through the Ranney Fund: A 2016-17 Campaign

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Tinton Falls, NJ 07724
Tel. 732.542.4777
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