Reasons to Give

Honor. Grow. Remember.

List of 3 items.

  • To Honor

    Each year, the students of Worcester Prep interact with the many faculty and staff members who govern our classrooms and help shape our curriculum. The relationships that form from these interactions are rooted in inspiration, trust and respect, with many lasting long after a student graduates. As these teachers retire, we invite you to honor them with a gift in their name. Designate your gift name of a faculty member as a way of saying thank you!
  • To Grow

    As our school grows in numbers, so does the campus stretch to meet its need. Gifts to the Annual Fund help Worcester Prep update and improve all aspects of our facilities and academic programs. Over the past few years, your gifts have funded serious upgrades to campus technology and connectivity, while also improving our athletic fields with press boxes, irrigation and Bermuda grass.
  • To Remember

    Over the years, our school has been unbelievably fortunate to welcome faculty members, students and friends of the highest caliber and character into our community. While some have been taken too soon from our WPS family, their memories live on in the hallways of our school and laughter of our students. Your donation can honor the memory of one of these beloved individuals by designating your gift as a memorial tribute.

Rich & Mary Beth Hebert

We give to WPS because we know we'll see the fruits of that investment quickly and in a very tangible way. Whether it's new technology, modern facilities or expanded athletics programs, we know our children and their classmates will benefit directly from our donation. We know we can count on WPS to make the very best use of every dollar raised in a way that directly impacts the students.

Worcester Preparatory School

508 South Main Street, Berlin, MD 21811
Phone: 410-641-3575 | Fax: 410-641-3586
Celebrating 50 years, WPS is an independent, college prep day school for Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12 students. Located in Berlin, Maryland, the private school attracts an average of 500 students from Maryland, Delaware and Virginia.