Giving to Sewickley Academy

Giving is the answer to the question “What does a community of doers, thinkers, and leaders look like now and in the future?”

Giving is vital to the continued strength and vision of Sewickley Academy.

Giving supports financial aid. Giving allows us to update and enhance our facilities. Giving keeps tuition increases to a minimum. Giving honors beloved faculty and cultivates excellence in teaching.  Giving enhances teaching and learning opportunities in and out of the classroom. Giving helps more than 70 middle and high school students attend Summerbridge Pittsburgh each year.

Giving is paying it forward so that Sewickley Academy students of today and tomorrow can benefit from luminary faculty, innovative learning, robust financial aid and state-of-the-art facilities.

Thanks to the generosity of our alumni, parents, community members, foundations, businesses and friends, Sewickley Academy has been able to advance our mission and continually enhance our students’ experience, programs, facilities and faculty professional development opportunities for more than 175 years.

Meet the Team

List of 7 members.

  • Brendan Schneider 

    Director of Advancement
    Washington & Jefferson College - B.A.
    Dartmouth College - M.A.L.S.
  • Julie Banks 

    Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations
    University of Pittsburgh - B.A.
  • Kaitlin Busch 

    Director of Communications
    Elon University - B.A.
  • Patricia Stine 

    Director of Annual Fund and Auction
  • Brittnea Turner 

    Director of Community and Media Relations
    Duquesne University - M.A.
    Geneva College - B.A.
  • Celeste Antill 

    Database Manager - Advancement
    Carlow University - BS
    Indiania University of Pennsylvania - MBA
  • Susan Sour 

    Alumni Associate
    Vassar College - B.A.
    University of Pittsburgh - Ph.D.

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Sewickley Academy
315 Academy Avenue
Sewickley, PA 15143
Sewickley Academy is a premier Pittsburgh private school enrolling students in pre-k through grade 12 on a single campus.