Thanks to the philanthropic support of alumni, trustees, parents, parents of alumni, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends, Jemicy is able to provide a unique education that transforms the lives of students with dyslexia and other related language-based learning differences.
As with all independent schools, Jemicy relies on the generosity of its community to invest in the people, values, and principles that are at the core of our mission. Gifts support the students and teachers of today and recognize the accomplishments of our talented and successful alumni.

Every gift, no matter the size, is vital, as foundations and other grant-awarding bodies consider the volume of community participation a telling indicator of institutional strength. Donations to the Jemicy Fund, one of our many endowment funds, our Step Forward Capital Campaign, a Gift-in-Kind, or volunteering your time are some of the ways you can help us continue to change lives.

If you wish to speak to someone personally about a donation, please contact me at 410-753-8020.

Beckie Cowan Fisher ’79
Director of Institutional Advancement

Development Office

Beckie Cowan Fisher ’79, Director of Institutional Advancement
Email: or 410-753-8020

Mark Westervelt, Assistant Head of School and Director of Alumni Relations
Email: or 410-753-8135

Donna Mortensen, Administrative Assistant to Director of Institutional Advancement
Email: or 410-753-8031

Amy Yee, Development Associate
Email: or 410-753-8030

To give online:
Please click on a fund or campaign header at the top of this page, then click “Give Now.”
Checks may be mailed to:
Development Office
Jemicy School
11 Celadon Rd
Owings Mills, MD 21117
11 Celadon Rd, Owings Mills, Maryland 21117
Phone: 410-653- 2700 | Fax: 410-653- 1972
11202 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, Maryland 21117
Phone: 410-653-2700 | Fax: 410-753-8085
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