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Welcome to the Rosarian Academy Centennial Campaign. With a rich, nearly one-hundred-year-history of educating students with rigorous academics in the Dominican tradition, Rosarian Academy is investing in its next one hundred years through a multi-phase renovation of campus that will add a brand new Early Childhood Montessori center with additional classroom space and a full-size athletic field with stands, scoreboard, and parking. We invite you to learn more about this project and to join us in laying the foundation for the next one hundred years and beyond.


For nearly a century, Rosarian Academy has provided a foundation for generations of students inspired by its Dominican identity and Gospel values. Our students’ accomplishments and alumni legacy are the markers of our success. Former students have confirmed their faith in Rosarian by enrolling their children and grandchildren, while current students are distinguished through admittance into the most sought-after local high schools and boarding schools across the nation. With faith in our foundation as Palm Beach County’s premier independent Catholic School, we are excited to boldly step into the future and embark on the next 100 years.

A dream envisioned for decades has now come to fruition. Rosarian Academy has purchased all the properties between 7th and 8th streets on Olive Avenue and now owns the entire contiguous city block surrounding the school. Our Board of Directors, Centennial Campaign Committee and the Rosarian community at large have reimagined the campus and developed a phased plan with groundbreaking set for May of 2023.

Our goal is to provide students with the tools to become resourceful leaders who work for the good of others through rigorous academics, enriching arts, competitive athletics, and faith-based instruction. We invite you to join us as we continue to grow as the premier educational institution at the center of a vibrant community.


Linda M. Trethewey, Ed. D.
Head of School

Nicholas Coniglio
Chairman of the Board

Nicholas Coleman
Committee Chairman,
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Centennial Campaign Brochure

Optimizing educational spaces showing faith in academic foundations for bright futures.

New enriched Montessori program

  • Seven new Montessori classrooms with direct access to new playgrounds
  • Additional classroom in Toddler House and Children’s House

Growth while maintaining small class sizes

  • Three new kindergarten classrooms in the Stockard building
  • Classroom space for three homerooms in kindergarten through 8th grade
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Whole child enrichment with homefield access to athletics and improved afterschool opportunities.

Home field in the heart of campus

  • Regulation-size athletic field with parking
  • New scoreboard and bleachers

Enhanced opportunities for achievement after school

  • Repurposed classrooms into a spacious aftercare room
  • Afterschool intramurals on existing Smith & Moore field
“Our family is so grateful for the stellar athletics program and academic excellence provided to our children. We can confidently say that Rosarian Academy nurtured their values of teamwork, sportsmanship, tenacity, and respect. We look forward to cheering on the Raiders at the future athletics field.”

Marc & Liz Yavinsky

Parents of Andrew (RA Class of ‘13, University of Virginia Football ‘17-‘21),
Erin (RA Class of ‘15, Boston College Class of ‘23), Ava (Rollins College Class of ‘26), and
Tucker (RA Class of ‘20, American Heritage Scholar Program and Varsity Football Class of ‘24)

Connecting a safe community with smooth pickup and drop off, enhanced safety, and covered walkways.

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Enclosed city block for enhanced security

  • School gates encircling all students and classrooms
  • Reconfigured hardscape and parking now located outside school gates

Covered walkways connecting campus

  • Improved campus access from drop off and between buildings
  • Remodeled Lewis classrooms with covered walkways to specials
Covered Walkways Connecting Rosarian Academy Campus

Expanded lanes for centralized drop off

  • Stress-free early childhood and kindergarten drop off
  • Three entry lanes

Capital Giving

We rely on gifts from our community to renovate and build facilities, with current priorities being the renovation of our Dining Hall and enhancements to our playgrounds. Capital gifts can be made over a 3 – 5 year period and range from $5,000 to $1 million and more.
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Make a single donation

Each gift, no matter the size, conveys a powerful message of belief in Rosarian Academy’s mission and our students. Our donors have been instrumental in our achievements since our establishment in 1925.

Donation Amount

Please note that your donation to Rosarian Academy is non-refundable. We greatly appreciate your generosity and support for our school's mission. If you have any questions or concerns about your donation, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you for your contribution.

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Please note that your donation to Rosarian Academy is non-refundable. We greatly appreciate your generosity and support for our school's mission. If you have any questions or concerns about your donation, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you for your contribution.
“Every parent’s ideal outcome for their child is a well-rounded education that facilitates academic excellence, spiritual growth, artistic expression, and athletic accomplishment. Rosarian Academy has consistently delivered on its promise to nurture our children’s development while providing the foundation for future academic and professional success. I am committed to being a part of the tremendous opportunity for growth at Rosarian Academy and I invite you to join me in showing faith in our future by supporting the Centennial Campaign.”

Nicholas Coleman, Chairman of the Centennial Campaign,

Father to Annabelle (Class of 2026) and Wynnie (Class of 2028)

Giving Levels & Naming Opportunities


Leadership gifts are $100,000 or more and will be recognized on Rosarian Academy’s campus and the Centennial Campaign recognition wall.

Faith in our Future Circle – $1 million & above
Faith in Our Foundation Circle – $500,000 to $999,999
Faith in Action Circle – $250,000 to $499,999
Centennial Circle – $100,000 to $249,999


Major gifts are $25,000 or more and will be recognized on Rosarian Academy’s campus and the Centennial Campaign recognition wall.

St. Dominic Circle – $50,000 to $99,999
Adrian Sisters Legacy Circle – $25,000 to $49,999


All gifts will be recognized on Rosarian Academy’s Centennial Campaign recognition wall.

Our Lady of the Rosary Circle – $10,000 to $24,999
Torch of the Truth Circle – $5,000 to $9,999
Uniquely RA Circle – $1,000 to $4,999
Rowdie Raider Circle – Up to $999

All gifts can be paid over three to five years.

Naming Opportunities

as of October 2023

Field ($2,000,000)
ACE Learning Center ($1,000,000)
Flagler Parking Deck ($1,000,000)
Entry Circle ($1,000,000)
Scoreboard ($500,000)
West Parking Lot ($500,000)
Montessori Playground – Named
Montessori Canopy Entrance ($250,000)
Chapel Canopy Entrance – Named
Back Entrance ($250,000)
Early Childhood Hallway ($250,000)
Lobby and Activity Center – Named
Student Enrichment Center – Named
Kindergarten Classroom ($150,000 each) – 1 Named, 2 Available
Montessori Classroom ($150,000 each) – 5 Named, 2 Available
Lewis Elevator ($150,000)
Gym Elevator ($50,000)Named
Montessori Director’s Office – Named
Canopy Hallway ($100,000 each, 6 total) – Named
Field Spectator Stands – 2 Named

Sara Mallon
[email protected] or

Maggie Richman
[email protected]

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Faith in Future Circle

Adrian Dominican Sisters

Faith in our Foundation Circle

Saint Edward Church
Danielle Hickox Moore ’81

Faith in Action Circle

Denis and Annabelle Coleman
Nick and Briggs Coleman
Linda and Tom Hunt and Family
The Beth and Sean Lang Family Foundation
Shaun and Jessica McGruder
Michael and Margaret Picotte

Centennial Circle

Christian and Ann-Britt Angle
The Castro Family
Cathy and Jack Flagg
The Garvy Family
Sarah and David Goldberger
Sebastian Hilfiger
The Leidy Family
Kerry and Tom McCaffrey
Alison and Troy Mischke
The Oskouei Family
Carolyn and Kevin Ryan
Lisa and Mark Saur
Allyson and Gautam Shrikhande
Byron and Sissy Thomas
Scott and Linda Trethewey
Dapeng Zhu and Xiao Liu

St. Dominic Circle

Helene and Keith Austin
Julie and Doug Brawn
The Colamarino Family
The Hooker Family
Richard and Charlene Johnson
Michael and Megan McDonald
John and Heather Rogers
The Sciame Family
Andrew and Elizabeth Stoops, The Stoops Family Foundation
The Wren Family

Adrian Sisters Legacy Circle

Jackie Breckenridge, The William H. Pitt Foundation
Krista and Erick Coan
Nicholas and Carissa Coniglio
Chris and Melissa Deitz
Jennifer and Scott Hendrix
Jodi and Alex Panzeri
The Trundle Family

Our Lady of the Rosary Circle

Joey and John Bulfin
Doug and Barbara Faron
The Guerrieri Family Foundation
Frank J. Lewis Foundation
Dominique Punnett and Zachary Thornborough
Ali and Jeff Rehm
Maggie ’99 and Stephen Richman
Sarah and Riley Stuebe
Jessica and Clay Surovek
Bianca and Brent Yohe

Torch of Truth Circle

George and Esperanza Mayer
Averil Payson Meyer
Carling ’99 and Tom Pinckney
The Rapp Family

Uniquely RA Circle and Rowdie Raider Circle
Mary Ferol and Richard DiFilippo
Marta Hardyman
The McKernan Family
The McKnight Family
Meghan ’00 and Evan Monteiro
Ashley and David Pilger
Jane and Michael Walsh

Centennial Capital Campaign Committee Members


Nicholas Coleman


Ann Britt Angle
Julie Brawn
Dan Castro
Nicholas Coniglio
Meredith Hunt
Robert Leidy
Carling Pinckney
Ali Rehm
Carolyn Pressly-Ryan
Kevin Ryan
Gautam Shrikhande
Sarah Stuebe
Allison Wren
Winston Wren
Bianca Yohe


Linda Trethewey
Head of School

Sara Mallon
Advancement Director

Mary Raich
Admissions Director

Virginia Devine

Sophie Fountain
Marketing & Communications Director

Maggie Richman
Advancement Coordinator


Jim Arrigo
Mark Cook
Cathy Flagg
Robert Garvy
Richard Johnson, Jr.
Shaun McGruder
Margi Picotte
Greg Quattlebaum
Byron Thomas

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Rosarian Academy depends on annual giving to supplement its operating budget and provide the Rosarian experience for each student. We ask for your generosity in giving to this capital campaign in addition to your current annual giving to the school.

Rosarian Academy’s targeted goal at this time is ten million dollars. This target amount reflects current pricing and accounts for some potential minor cost fluctuations. While Rosarian Academy has made every effort to acquire an accurate cost projection, the possibility remains that unforeseeable circumstances could affect the total cost of the project.

With Rosarian Academy celebrating its centennial in the 2025-2026 academic year, the school’s goal is to kick off the celebration with a ribbon cutting on the new field in August 2025.

No, Rosarian Academy is in strong financial position and is able to begin the first phase of the project without all the funds raised. However, as our supporters show “Faith in our Future,” we also are showing faith in our supporters as we are depending on reaching our monetary goal to complete this project without leveraging the school into poor financial position.

Yes, currently Rosarian Academy is the only school with plans to expand its early childhood program.

Rosarian Academy has split its expansion into two phases, as seen on the “Expansion Plans” insert. In Phase 1, the school plans to: reconfigure the front hardscape, which will add parking and more traffic lanes to be used for pickup and dropoff, three new canopy-covered walkways connecting campus from Lewis to the Picotte building, and enclose the current employee garage and construct a ten-classroom (7 Early Childhood and 3 Kindergarten) Montessori Center with flex space, new adjacent playgrounds, and a Director’s office. The vacated kindergarten and Toddler House classrooms in the Lewis building will become first grade classrooms, which will make ample classroom space for three homerooms in grade two through four. In phase two, the vacated Children’s House classrooms in Lewis will be renovated and transformed into a spacious aftercare room, the current buildings along Olive Avenue (800, 804, 808, and 810 N. Olive Ave.) will be razed and replaced with a new regulation field with stands and a scoreboard so all practices and games will take place at Rosarian Academy as well as a new employee parking lot. The new field will allow for lower school intramurals and more athletic opportunities on the existing “Mary Alice Fortin field.” With both phases complete, Rosarian’s campus will be securely enclosed within one contiguous city block with all traffic and parking located outside of all fences.