Class Challenge 2020
Celebrating 70 Years of Bishop DuBourg Education
Since 1950, Bishop DuBourg High School has been educating a diverse, coed community, helping young people reach their full potential. Our students learn to become leaders in faith and service while being challenged in academics and extracurriculars. We're proud of the education we've provided for tens of thousands of alumni over the past 70 years—and we're looking forward to the next 70 years of Cavaliers!
We need you to help make that happen.
The DB Class Challenge
In 2020, we're challenging our community to celebrate their time at DB by giving according to their class year. Anyone can participate! If you're not an alum, consider giving $70 in honor of DB's 70th year, or by your children's graduation years, or another amount to celebrate your DB connection. (Don't worry, you can use decimal points!)
Let's use DB President Kevin Regan's family as an example:
Kevin: $48.00 (for the number of years taught at DB)
Debbie '78: $19.78
Kyle '05: $20.05
Colin '06: $20.06
Caitlin '10: $20.10
This donation can be one-time, anytime throughout the year. Or, consider donating your class amount on a school schedule: once per semester; once per quarter; once per month.
What's a challenge without a good competition, right? Throughout the year, we'll track which classes have the highest percentage of participation in the challenge. Will it be the classes of the '60s? Young alums of the 2010s? We'll keep track, and there might just be some special prizes at the end of the year (as well as eternal bragging rights for the class, of course)!
Take Part in the Challenge
All donations will go to our "DB Forever" Fund, which keeps our school running. Your gift helps us provide a quality education to each student who walks through our doors, just like we have for the past 70 years—and we'll keep doing for the next 70.
To be counted in the Class Challenge, please write "Class Challenge" in the "Donor Note" box. Feel free to also leave a favorite DB memory! Thank you for your generosity, and we hope to see you on campus soon.