Hiram “Hi” Cody, Jr. ’33 was so moved by his one year as a student at Asheville School that he credited it as the most important turning point in his life. As a result, he devoted himself to giving back so others could have the same experience. Cody understood that his gifts and the gifts of others work together to sustain the school.
Annual Giving: The Cody Fund
The Power of Collective Giving
Annual contributions to the Cody Fund provide vital operating funds to ensure that Asheville School’s immediate and greatest needs are met each year to sustain the excellence of the School and the student experience.
Together, these gifts address expenses not covered by tuition, allowing Asheville School to make a bold and meaningful commitment to our students and faculty. A commitment that we simply couldn’t fulfill otherwise.
"I give to the Cody Fund with a grateful heart for the many years that I have been privileged to teach the BEST students EVER and to work with the BEST colleagues EVER! My life has been nourished, nurtured, and blessed with joy at Asheville School for over 30 years. Giving to the Cody Fund is a way for me to say thank you."
Math Instructor 1989 - 2019
Make an immediate impact.
Your gift will support the student experience that is Asheville School and set the foundation for a lifetime of growth and possibility.
Gifts to the Cody Fund support the elements that provide transformative experiences for each student:
Ongoing Academic Initiatives & Training
Residential Life Enhancements
College Tours & Field Trips
Preservation of Existing Facilities
Athletic Equipment & Uniforms
Facility Improvements for Learning Success
When I was at Asheville School, I was acutely aware that something profound was happening there and inside of me every single day. I couldn’t put my finger on what it was then, and I still can’t today, but I think that's because the magnitude of an Asheville School education is so great. I give to the Cody Fund because I honestly believe that my experiences at Asheville School are still shaping me today. The world needs more people who have experiences like this, and I want to be a part of making that become a reality.”
Morgan Mischer Warth
Class of 2005