Revenue & Expenses
by, Nicole Pennington
Business & Development Officer
During the 2019-2020 school year, the business landscape for our school was transformed. With the March 2020 move to distance learning, the business resources of the school were stretched to support the new virtual format, professional development, student technology, emergency tuition assistance, restructuring of the physical campus to align with COVID-19 health and safety requirements, and more.
During this time of increasing costs, the school’s fixed expenses, which make up more than 90% of the budget, remained unchanged.
Thanks to responsive and efficient fiscal management by the Administration, effective governance by the Board of Trustees, generous support from families and friends, and the school’s ability to adapt, Los Encinos School has met each obligation and need while maintaining a strong financial position.