Largest Grant in School History Comes at a Transformational Time | Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School Selected by the Mary Morton Parsons Foundation for $300K Matching Grant


Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School is proud to announce recent confirmation of a large competitive grant from the Mary Morton Parsons Foundation. This distinguished funding organization has selected the Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School for a $300,000 matching grant that will go towards construction & equipment of the new Brower Student Center, scheduled for completion by spring of ’24. The largest gift of its kind since the founding of Blessed Sacrament Huguenot, receipt of this matching grant is a true vote of confidence for Blessed Sacrament Huguenot and the school  family.

The news comes at a transformational period in school history. School enrollment has increased by 69% since 2018, with the implementation of curriculum upgrades and the completion of comprehensive campus-wide renovations including the opening of a new Visual Art Center earlier this year.

Mary Morton Parsons Foundation is a highly discerning foundation that has made a major impact throughout the Greater Richmond Area.

About the new Student Center

Construction for our new 2-story student center is underway with an expectation for the building to be ready for use in the Spring of 2024. Highlights include: practice courts, weight room, locker rooms, kitchen and cafeteria with concessions window, three new lower school classrooms, STEAM innovation lab, lower school art room, black box theater, green screen studio and the Knights Spirit Shop. Brower Student Activity Center Rendering | Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School