Established through the generosity of trustees, Old Boys, parents, and friends of St. Bernard’s School, the income from the following established funds provides support for scholarship, faculty, and educational programs.
“With so many friends who attended St. Bernard’s, I’ve always had the highest regard for this school. Now that I see the school through my grandson’s eyes, I have an even deeper appreciation for its excellence and beloved traditions.”
Established in 1999, provides support for the development of innovative teaching methods and curricular modifications by the faculty, including but not limited to faculty leaves for professional development.
Established in 2007 to provide income to be used for expenses directly related to faculty development, such as salaries, living expenses, travel, and enrichment programs, as determined by the headmaster.
The Halberg Family Fund Originally established in 2002 as the Hannah C. Halberg Shakespeare Fund, the Halberg Family Fund, in honor of Herbert B. Halberg and Hannah C. Halberg, supports various aspects of the school's Shakespeare play, sponsors an annual Shakespeare lecturer as well as funds activities that enrich the boys' knowledge and understanding of the history, civic affairs and urban environment of New York City.
The James Church Coggil Memorial Fund
The Kempner Family Fund A discretionary fund established in 2006 for the board of trustees to allocate in each year’s budget.
The Nolop STEM Fund The Nolop STEM Fund, in honor of Michael ’03 and Nathan ’05 Nolop, was established in 2016 to support the school’s educational programs related to science, technology, engineering, and math.