List of 16 items.

  • Francis I. Nash Excellence in Teaching Endowment (AA)

    The Francis I. Nash Excellence in Teaching Endowment (AA) was established by a lead gift from Craig M. Hatkoff '72 in memory of Frank Nash, distinguished faculty member who taught at The Albany Academy from 1952 to 1983. This endowment will serve to reward current faculty who exemplify FN's passion for teaching, just as it will entice new teachers to the Academy who possess his same "fire, intellect and wit." Alumni who would like to memorialize this iconic teacher are also invited to contribute to this fund as well.
  • The Norbert A. Considine Fund (AA)

    Established in 2005 in memory of Norbert by his wife, Eileen, and his mother, Margaret Considine, and other friends and family. The purpose of the fund is to enhance academic excellence at The Albany Academy.
  • The Kermani Fund for the Arts (AA & AAG)

    Established by the Kermani family in 1984 to provide an annual program for all students at both The Albany Academy and Albany Academy for Girls to experience the arts through enhanced programming and visiting artists.
  • The Joseph Mandelbaum '21 Endowed Fund

    Established by Joseph Mandelbaum '21 (deceased) to support programming to assist lower school students with special learning needs.
  • The James L. Muhlfelder Lecture Series on Tolerance & Diversity (AA & AAG)

    Established in 2004 by friends and family in memory of James L. Muhlfelder '66. The purpose of the fund is to create lectures/programs focused on instilling in all Academy students a respect and acceptance of differences in cultures and personal preferences.
  • The Faculty Sabbatical Fund (AA & AAG)

    Established in 2003 with a gift from anonymous donors. The purpose of the fund is to promote teacher retention by offering a summer sabbatical in which the recipient will use the award at their discretion to enhance their teaching experience. It is the hope of the donors that the recipient will have the opportunity to do something "different" and bring that experience back to The Albany Academy and Albany Academy for Girls and the students he/she teaches.
  • The Louis Wildove Endowed Fund (AA)

    Established by a gift from Craig Hatkoff '72 in 1987 for the purpose of creating a student investment club for students from The Albany Academy and Albany Academy for Girls.
  • The Baldwin Family Faculty Endowment (AAG)

    Established in 2002 with a gift from Thomas and Laurie Baldwin. The purpose of the fund is for faculty salary enhancement.
  • The Equinox Professional Development Fund (AA)

    Established in 1998 with a gift from the Equinox Foundation. The purpose of the fund is for faculty professional development.
  • The Fisher Malesardi Faculty Fund (AAG)

    Established with a gift from Doris Fisher Malesardi. The purpose of the fund is to provide faculty salary enhancement to devoted and talented faculty of Albany Academy for Girls.
  • The Shirley Stevens French Library Fund (AAG)

    Established in 1997 with a gift from Shirley Stevens French '47. The purpose of the fund was to add enhancements to the library in memory of her father, Winthrop P. Stevens.
  • The Hoehn Fund (AAG)

    Established in 1998 with a gift from Mrs. Barbara K. and Dr. James Hoehn. The purpose of the fund is for faculty salary enhancement.
  • The Leona Lewis General School Expenses Fund

    Established in 1996 with a gift from Leona Lewis. The purpose of the fund is to offset general school expenses and to maintain the physical plant.
  • The Amanda Morrison Lecture Series (AAG)

    Established in 2005 with gifts from the Morrison family and friends. The purpose of the fund is to memorialize Mandy Morrison '02 through an annual lecture.
  • The Eleanor Bender Onderdonk Library Endowment

    Established in 2004 with a gift from Eleanor Bender Onderdonk '25 (deceased). The purpose of the fund is to commemorate bibliophile, poet and artist Eleanor Bender Onderdonk '25. It will be used to develop a literary collection, with particular emphasis on poetry, women’s literature and books on the art of writing. Specifically, three goals will be achieved: acquisition of works with an emphasis on new writers and poetry and fiction written by women; updating of literary criticism; and, exploration of new techniques of writing.
  • The Weir Technology Fund

    Established in 1997 with a gift from David (deceased) and Candace Weir. The fund is a technology endowment that will generate needed funds for continuous technological upgrades, acquisitions and professional development.

The Albany Academies

The Albany Academy: 135 Academy Road - Albany, NY 12208
518.429.2300  Fax: 518.427.7016 

Albany Academy for Girls: 140 Academy Road - Albany, NY 12208
518.429.2300  Fax: 518.463.5096

Schellenberger Alumni/ae Center: 93 Academy Road - Albany, NY 12208
518.429.2414 Fax: 518.429.2380

Our Mission

Who We Are: The Albany Academies—The Albany Academy and Albany Academy for Girls—develop capable and confident students through single-gender education in the Lower and Middle School, and through coordinate education in the Upper School.

What We Do: Employing individualized and positive education, The Albany Academies provide students with the knowledge, skills, and character needed for leadership and success in the creative, entrepreneurial century that lies ahead.