On Saturday, September 29, 2012, members of the Berkeley Carroll community, friends, and community leaders gathered to officially open Berkeley Carroll's beautifully renovated buildings and the success of Berkeley Carroll's capital campaign. The school community celebrated the completion of the Sustaining Excellence, Securing the Future campaign which raised over $5.1 million, the largest amount of money ever raised in Berkeley Carroll's history.
These funds made possible a series of renovation and construction projects at 712 and 716 Carroll Street (home of the preK and kindergarten classrooms) and at 181 Lincoln Place, that reclaimed and renovated internal space, improving school life for students and faculty. As a result of the campaign's success Berkeley Carroll also acquired a new building on Sterling Place, future home of the Marlene Clary Performance Space, and added to the school's endowment.
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, State Assembly Member Joan Millman, and City Council Member Stephen Levin were among those who joined Berkeley Carroll students and cut the ribbon. Welcome to our new buildings! Click here to see some of the photos.