The Midland School Endowment is made up of the following Funds:
Paul Squibb Fund, established to honor the founder and former head of Midland School, supports faculty salaries, benefits, sabbaticals, and other faculty development programs.
The Mark O’Leary ’81 Music Fund supports music education at Midland, including support of salaries for music instruction.
The Kay and Ben Rich Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1984 in memory of Ben Rich, a Midland teacher for Midland’s first two decades and Head of School from 1952 to 1969, and to honor his wife, Kay, a Midland teacher. The scholarship is awarded to a student who has financial need and who exhibits some or all of the following attributes valued by Kay and Ben Rich: dedication to studies; love and loyalty of Midland; devotion to contributing to the general excellence of life at Midland and to making Midland a better school; participation in outdoor activities, particularly those involving horses and camping.
The Frederic C Hadden '52 Memorial Music Fund was set up by Bob and Ruth Hadden in 1984 to honor their son, Frederic, with stipulations as follows: “This fund is in memory of our son, Frederic, who, as a student, and a 1952 graduate of Midland School, received enrichment of spirit from the classical music he learned to love while at this school. The income from this Fund, and if necessary, the capital, should be used to make available to the students and faculty of Midland, the enjoyment of listening to classical music and absorbing the enrichment it gives to the human spirit.”
Kimpton-Schuyler Endowment for Scholarship Fund, was established in 1999 by Trustees Bill Kimpton ’54 and Barry Schuyler ’41. This endowed scholarship fund will allow Midland to enhance and expand its already excellent and unparalleled educational experience and continue its legacy and vision of providing an affordable boarding school education in a unique learning environment.