We live in a world that has been shaped by innovation and creative thinking --- a technology-based society. At St. Frederick High School, we value these ideals, which is why we have worked so hard to offer one of the only Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) curricula in our area. We are proud of the success we’ve experienced, but we need your help to continue growing.
In honor of Ms. Nancy Fritsche, a beloved math teacher who taught at St. Frederick High School for 30 years, we would like to establish a teaching endowment in her name. The self-generating endowment would fund the math portion of our STEM curriculum and would allow us to attract the best and brightest math instructors to our school.
Our goal is to raise $1 million. It is our hope that St. Frederick alumni, friends and supporters will help us achieve our mission and make this endowment a reality. Your gift will help us continue to provide our students with an outstanding experience that is based on faith and academic excellence.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the front office.
In closing, St. Frederick High School and the Board of Directors would like to thank the SFHS Class of 1983. Several alumni of the Class of 1983 were prompted by the passing of the first member of their class to honor Nancy Fritsche. Mrs. Fritsche is a beloved teacher to these alumni, and we are very grateful for their desire to continue to make SFHS the best private school in the area.
Click here to view the Resolution adopted by the SFHS Board of Directors to establish the Nancy Fritsche Teaching Endowment!
If you would like to contribute to the Nancy Fritsche STEM Teaching Endowment, please download the pledge card and return the form and your donation to St. Frederick High School.