Ways to Give

Thank you for considering a gift to The Storm King School! Your investment helps prepare young men and women to be responsible leaders in a 21st Century global society. Below are some of the ways to make your gift.

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In 1867, the Cornwall Heights School opened its doors to local children under the leadership of Reverend Louis P. Ledoux. Twenty years later, in 1897, the School was bought by Dr. Carlos H. Stone, who led it until 1916 under the name of The Stone School.  The Stone School was then chartered as a non-profit organization, and the name of the School changed to The Storm King School.

The legacy of commitment to academic achievement, self-confidence, and self-reliance first established by Reverend Ledoux has continued for more than 150 years.  To sustain the vision of those pioneers of education, The 1867 Society was established to recognize individuals who have made a charitable provision for The Storm King School in their estate plans.  Their thoughtful and visionary generosity continues to support the long term well-being of this great school.

Planned Giving

The Storm King School is privileged to have alumni and friends who currently support the School in addition to planning for their own future. Their generosity commemorates loved ones, recognizes special times at Storm King, or a lifetime achievement. The charitable gift plans they create establishes their legacy while using tax-wise vehicles that may yield significant immediate and long-term benefits.

If you have included The Storm King School in your estate plans, we trust you will share those plans with the School.  If you have been considering such a step, we hope you will consult with your family and professional advisers. Please select any of the charitable gift planning vehicles below to learn more.

Should you have questions or would like to discuss any of these vehicles further, please contact Tom Fogarty, The Storm King School’s Director of Development at tfogarty@sks.org or 845-458-7564.

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