Blessed Sacrament Huguenot receives $3M from Midlothian couple | Richmond Local News

Blessed Sacrament Huguenot, a pre-K-12 Catholic school in Powhatan County, has received a $3 million reward from a Midlothian pair honoring their late granddaughter, a former scholar at the school.

Keith and Kathleen Brower earlier had presented additional than $2 million in memory for their granddaughter Arabella Brower, who attended the school for a few several years. She died of an undiagnosed heart ailment in September 2015 at age 17.

The previously money was directed at infrastructure and technology updates at the 40-acre campus. The new $3 million present will incorporate revenue for construction of an upper faculty artistic arts centre, renovation of the present multipurpose heart that will consist of current athletic amenities and a point out-of-the-art STEAM lab (Science, Technological innovation, Engineering, Agriculture and Math), renovation of the library and school rooms, and an overhaul of the key gymnasium.

Faculty officers mentioned the gift will guidance the future period of development at the faculty, which contains implementation of a dual enrollment program being produced in conjunction with local colleges to provide college-level credits for juniors and seniors, as perfectly as college growth and retention.