CCES Financial Information

A sound fiscal foundation is essential to everything we do at CCES.

Without an underpinning of financial health and integrity, CCES could not deliver the excellence to which we are committed in all areas.
Of particular note:
  • A Finance Committee, operating as a working arm of the Board of Trustees, is comprised of eight members and meets four times throughout the year.
  • CCES has no long-term debt as of June 30, 2023.
  • CCES has access to a multi-year credit facilities structure, which allows for suitable borrowing availability to cover annual operational needs, Board of Trustees approved construction projects, and/or capital improvements.
  • CCES has a robust maintenance reserve, which can be used to finance significant maintenance, renewal, or replacement of the school’s plant assets. Maintaining this reserve is critically important to ensuring the long-term financial health of the school.

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  • Photo of Douglas Qualls

    Doug Qualls 

    Christ Church Episcopal School
    Assistant Head for Finance and Operations
    864-299-1522 ext. 1201




Role of Fundraising in the Finances of Our School

The Cavalier Fund is a yearly appeal for donations to support the current operations of the school. These gifts bridge the gap between tuition income and the operating expenses of the school (what the education costs really are). Contributions to the Cavalier Fund allow families to gain a tax-deductible advantage for the support of their children’s education.  Monies are raised and spent within the same fiscal year. 
Capital Funds are raised to finance specific school projects. Capital projects typically include new building construction and renovation of existing buildings. These funds are derived from private donations and are received in the form of restricted or unrestricted gifts.  
Endowment Funds are also raised to augment the school’s overall endowment position. These gifts may be received as part of a capital project, from a capital campaign, or a stand-alone restricted gift— given for a specific purpose such as financial assistance or professional development.
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Christ Church Episcopal School (“CCES”) admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at CCES. CCES does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, creed, religion, or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid, scholarship or other programs, or athletic or other school-administered programs and activities.