All In For Annie

All in for Annie

As someone who benefited from an Annie Wright education, you understand the value of giving back to the institution that provided you with an outstanding education and numerous opportunities to explore your passions. By making a donation to All in For Annie, you have the power to help current students access the resources and experiences that were vital in shaping your own personal and professional growth.

Alumni giving is more than just a financial transaction. It's a way for you to stay connected to the school community and give back to an institution that has given you so much. Your support for Annie Wright Schools not only invests in the future of current students but also helps preserve the legacy and tradition of the school for future generations.

Adrienne (Ottum) Peterson Blue Tie Class of ’04 Lower School Faculty

"I give because I’m passionate about the work our educators are doing, the PYP and learning through play. I want to help all students and educators thrive, and in a way, say thank you."
Many donors prefer to make gifts of appreciated stocks, bonds, mutual funds or exchange traded funds because it can have a significant impact on our mission, while maximizing potential tax benefits.

If you would like to transfer your appreciated assets, you can access our transfer information and work directly with your broker to transfer your stocks.
The tie color tradition began in 1938 with the first class of Green Ties, and loyalties run deep! Join decades of Blues, Yellows, Reds and Greens in showing your tie color pride with a gift today.
    • A Modern Interpretation of Annie, by Miaojiana “Selina” Gao ’24 (Blue Tie)

Artist's Statement

Modern Interpretation of Annie

“When I first thought about the image of Annie as I perceived her, I realized that Annie Wright has always appeared in every nook of the school and in the memories of alumni, depicted in her youth. However, from 1884 to 2024, and especially from the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Annie Wright Schools navigated through numerous challenges to develop into a mature educational system and a close-knit family. This inspired me. In the portrait I completed, Annie is portrayed at a more mature age, her expression of determination reflecting the growth and resilience of the entire school.”

-Miaojiana “Selina” Gao ’24