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Knight Pride

Knight Pride, the annual giving program at Bishop Montgomery, is just one of the ways that we are able to provide our students with an outstanding, Catholic education. A gift to Knight Pride, regardless of its size, is important because it shows your commitment to our school and our students.

Each year, BMHS utilizes Knight Pride funds for projects and programs that immediately serve the needs of our students and our entire community. Over the years, your investment has allowed us to complete many projects, including constructing and renovating buildings; providing tuition assistance to students; installing new bleachers in the gymnasium; renovating the library into the Dieter Media Center, and many more things. Tuition and fees do not cover the costs to complete these projects.

Your investment in our Knight Pride program is vital to the mission of Bishop Montgomery. BMHS accepts gifts to the Knight Pride program in several ways. Direct cash gifts account for 90% of donations; however, BMHS receives gifts from many businesses through employee contribution programs. Please contact your employer to see how you can make a gift to BMHS through your place of business.

Knight Pride Giving Levels:

All gifts to Knight Pride are listed in our annual report in one of the following levels:

Bishop George Montgomery Gold Club $ 10,000 +
Montgomery Benefactor $ 5,000 - $ 9,999
Franciscan & Carondelet Society $ 2,000 - $ 4,999
Knights of the Round Table $ 1,000 - $ 1,999
Black & Gold Circle $ 500 - $ 999
Excalibur Society $ 100 - $ 499
Associate Circle $ 1 - $ 99
 
Knight Society
The Knight Society provides special recognition and distinction to those individuals who have given to the Knight Pride Annual Fund for three or more consecutive years. Such loyal and faithful giving helps build Bishop Montgomery’s financial foundation. Knight Society members are recognized in the Annual Report with a “Knight” appearing next to their names.