Annual Report on Giving

Corporations and Foundations

Visionary corporations and foundations enable Newark Academy’s programs to rise above the average and achieve the extraordinary. This support helps to advance NA’s mission by underwriting valuable experiences in the classroom and beyond the physical campus.
Archegos Capital Management
Bank of America 
Barclays Capital
Bayer Corporation
Bristol-Myers Squibb Corp.
Broadfield Fund
Broadridge Financial Services
Chubb & Son Inc.
The Anne L. and George H. Clapp Charitable Trust
Community Foundation of New Jersey
Duke Energy Corporation
Dumbarton Foundation
F&P DeRosa Memorial Fund
The Lynne Federman Charitable Fund
Gartner, Inc.
Genova Burns LLC
Goldman, Sachs & Company
Google, Inc.
Harvard Maintenance, Inc.
IBM Corporation
The Jewish Community Foundation of Metrowest New Jersey
Johnson & Johnson
The Kean Foundation Inc.
The Lautenberg Foundation
Lord Abbett Inc
The Marcus Family Foundation
Merck Company Foundation
Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc.
New York Life Foundation
News Corp
Novartis US Foundation
The Paragano Family Foundation
The Petrello Family Foundation
Prudential Financial, Inc.
PSEG Foundation
Quest Diagnostics
Robert W. Baird & Company
S&P Global
SAP Software Solutions
The Silver Family Foundation
Todd Family Foundation
Union Bank
The Wilf Family Foundation

Thank You To Our Donors

Students Explore Engaging Topics Through Master Classes

In place of the traditional end-of-the-year June Term, Newark Academy Upper School students in Grades 9 through 11 participated in Master Classes during the week of June 7, 2021. The Master Classes provided a week of experiential learning and engaging workshops for students to explore engaging topics through short, self-contained and activity-focused workshops that featured NA's "Six Cs" of skill development in action (critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, communication, character, cultural competency).
Through the generosity of NA donors, faculty were able to transform their outside passions into 40 unique and diverse Master Classes such as Game Theory; Forensics; Environmental Sculpture; Textile Upcycling; Absurdist Short Stories; Guitar 101 and Mindfulness, Yoga and Guided Imagery.
“The Engineering Epiphanies course, for example, challenged students to change the way they think about the technologies they use every day by reverse engineering common devices,” says Director of Studies Jeffrey Vinikoor. “In Mexican Muralism and Spanish Cubism, students learned about the historical events that shaped intellectual and artistic movements in Mexico and Spain and created their own works of art.”
Watch these videos to learn more about our Master Class experiences.
Reimagining rigor for students in grades 6-12