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List of 4 items.

  • Annual Fund

    The Cranbrook Schools’ Annual Fund provides unrestricted operating support for the school and is its largest alternative revenue source. While tuition covers approximately 85 percent of the costs of educating our students, the Annual Fund helps support:

    • Scholarships
    • More competitive faculty compensation
    • Campus and classroom advancements
    Contributors to the Annual Fund include alumni, parents, parents of graduates, other family members, faculty, staff and the students themselves. Contributions come in two forms. One is through financial giving, including the opportunity to become a member of the Twenty-First Century Club that provides invitations to special events. The second is to assist in fundraising. We can always use more help with one of our many phonathons!
  • Booster Club

    The mission of Cranbrook Schools’ Booster Club is to help raise funds to continually strengthen our athletic programs. Contributions obtained through the Booster Club go directly toward athletic equipment, facility improvements and additional training for the coaches – all of which in turn benefits our students.

    BRAVO is an organization dedicated to the support, encouragement and advancement of Cranbrook’s Performing Arts Programs in dance, theatre, instrumental and vocal music. BRAVO's yearly patronage and fund raising projects supplement the fiscal operating budget of the Performing Arts Department. Membership is open to parents, alumni and members of the larger community.
  • Kaleidoscope

    Kaleidoscope is the largest annual fundraising and community-building event for Cranbrook’s Brookside school. Support is obtained primarily through one key event organized by parents, sponsored by both parents and the broader community, and supported by the attendees. For the most part, proceeds from this event remain within Brookside to support a strong primary education for our students.

Other Ways to Get Involved:

Mothers’ Council
Join other mothers at regular meetings to learn more about what is going on at your child’s school.

Dads’ Club
Take part in meetings where fathers get together to share information about school activities.

Horizons-Upward Bound
Horizons-Upward Bound (HUB) began at Cranbrook in 1965 with a grant from the Ford Foundation. This program identifies students outside of the Cranbrook community and helps them prepare to for college level work.