Support NSA


At Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, there are over 700 reasons to give to the Annual Fund –
our students, who possess great enthusiasm and excitement for the future of our school. NSA is a place where our students are asked to stretch themselves in
 many different facets of learning. The mission of the school is to provide a college preparatory education that is academically rigorous and driven by intellectual curiosity; that cultivates among its members social awareness and the virtues of responsibility, respect, compassion and honor; that fosters a lifetime commitment to learning and service; and that instills a sense of pride in individual and group accomplishment. Your financial contributions to NSA make you a part of a generous tradition of giving by alumni, parents, past parents, grandparents, faculty, corporations, foundations and friends.


Levels of Support

Cumulative Gifts (1966-Present)

The cumulative giving circles recognize individuals, corporations and foundations whose accumulated gifts to NSA since 1966 equal or surpass the amounts listed below:

Platinum Circle : $250,000

Gold Circle : $100,000

Silver Circle : $50,000

Bronze Circle : $25,000

Honor Circle : $10,000

* Donors who have made contributions totaling $10,000 or more are recognized in the Upper School foyer on a cumulative giving donor plaque.


Annual Gifts (July 1st-June 30th)

Donations to the Annual Fund help balance the operating budget and support the mission of NSA. It takes more than tuition to provide a quality education.


Honor Roll of Donors

Trustees' Club : $5,000 and up *

Head of School's Club : $2,500 - $4,999 *

Headmasters' Club : $1,500 - $2,499 *

Patrons' Club : $1,000 - $1,499 *

Donors' Club : $500 - $999

Boosters' Club : $250 - $499

Academy Club : $100 - $249

Spirit Club : $1 - $99

* Donors making a gift of $1,000 or more to the Annual Fund will become members of the Fleur-de-Lis Society. A dinner honoring Fleur-de-Lis Society members will be held on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 at the Planters Club in Suffolk and will feature music by Lewis McGee.