RAISE Y[OUR] VOICE Capital Campaign

What is the mission of the
RAISE Y[OUR] VOICE Capital Campaign?

The Belmont Day School community is embarking on the RAISE Y[OUR] VOICE campaign to address current and future space constraints by constructing a new facility to house additional academic, athletic, and office space. This much needed space is critical to our students and our teachers as they pursue a challenging and dynamic school program.

As it is currently envisioned, The Barn will include:

  • several large, flexible classrooms 
  • 2 full-size basketball courts
  • administrative offices
  • common areas for gathering

In addition to The Barn, the school is also committed to renovating some spaces in the existing building and investigating the construction of a new access driveway from Concord Avenue.

Our Campaign Co-chairs Raise Their Voices

 "The RAISE Y[OUR] VOICE campaign is an opportunity for us to give back to this wonderful school and to invest ourselves in its bright future. Campaigns are a time for reflection and commitment. Just as it has done for the school as a whole, this campaign provides our family the opportunity to reflect on our priorities and commit ourselves to actions aligned with them. Belmont Day means the world to our children and is meeting our entire family’s needs; it is a true model of a values-driven, rigorous education. We hope everyone who has been touched by Belmont Day will join us and make themselves heard in this campaign. Raise your voice and help our school achieve its full potential."

Brad Lewis P '17, '20

"When your children—particularly your teenagers—can clearly tell you that there is a 'BDS way' of treating people that includes respect, acceptance, honesty, and kindness, you know that you have chosen a school that understands the value of nurturing both academic excellence and character development. We have been privileged to be part of this community for the past 10 years and will be forever grateful for the many layers of excellent education our children have received.” Margaret Wade P '15, '15, '17, '18