Previous Phases of Capital Campaign

  • Phases 1-3 (1998-2004)

       
    The 4 science labs are large enough for instruction in the front and labs in the back. 


    The first phase of the capital development, completed in 1999,  focused on two main areas:

    • The renovation of the main building, including student bathrooms, a new chapel, conference room, and chaplain's office complex, and stabilization of the existing foundation

    • The addition of a Sister Martha Belke Science/Media center. This is being used by the high school now, and will also be for the future use of middle school students for computers, science classes, foreign language electives and access to the library.

     

     


     
    The second phase was 3-faceted, completed in 2004:

    • The addition of new parking to make way for the expansion and renovation of the athletic fields (completed, November 2000).

    • The addition of a new softball field, renovation and move of the baseball field, practice fields for football and soccer, fencing, sodding of baseball and softball fields, dug-outs, irrigation system, well,  concrete slabs and walkways, batting cages, and the donor courtyard (dedicated in April, 2003 

    • The redesign and modernization of the football/soccer field, new lights, bleachers, and concession area  completed Fall, 2004.

       

       

      
    This is the first pitch of the first ever softball field for the Lady Knights made by Amanda Beesley '05 and caught by her sister Abby '07.
     


    The middle school is 8 classrooms, a band room, offices and student bathrooms


    The third phase was our middle school, completed in July 2004:

    • The two previous K-8 elementary schools, St. Bede and Queen of Mercy, were changed to K-6 schools, and the middle school has grades 7-8th.

    • The Council voted unanimously to name this building after Dr. Tom "Doc" Doyle, who served as principal and president of our school from 1973-2001.

    The final phase will be the completion of a performing arts center and a student athletic center.

    How to make a pledge: We need your help to keep "Faith in Education" moving forward !  If you'd like to make a traditional tax deductible pledge, you may do so by writing a check to "Faith in Education",  Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School, 5350 Vaughn Road, Montgomery, AL 36116. There are also creative ways to make a substantial pledge, discussed here.  If you would like to talk about making a pledge, or about various naming opportunities which still exist for our fields and future plans, call Anne Ceasar, school president, at 272-7220, or email Anne Ceasar.

    Acknowledgement of Pledge or Gift :
    All those who make a gift or a pledge will receive an acknowledgment from the school for tax purposes, as well as recognition in the Annual Report.