Philanthropic support for Chinquapin Preparatory School by individuals and organizations makes a difference in the lives of many disadvantaged youths from the greater Houston area. By investing in our students, you help prepare them for the future and help produce responsible, well-educated citizens who will become constructive leaders in the community. Help us break the cycle of poverty, and invest in our students and our future.
Send a Donation by Mail
Please send donation checks to:
Attn: Laura Hipps
Director of Development
Chinquapin Preparatory School
2615 E. Wallisville Rd.
Highlands, TX 77562-3199
Our donors include foundations, corporations, and individuals who:
- Support an annual budget of $1.8 million.
- Maintain an endowment of ~$9 million.
- Improve our 55-acre campus.
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