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That we may pass the light undimmed to coming generations…
The words of Susan Hallowell Brooks, Class of 1901, spoken at the celebration of the new Winsor schoolhouse in 1910, still resound with generosity and a look to Winsor’s future a century later.

Established in 1991, the Lamp of Learning Society honors alumnae, faculty, parents and friends who have remembered Winsor with a planned gift. When you make a provision for Winsor in your estate plan and tell us of your decision, it is our pleasure to welcome you as a member.

In addition to being invited back to campus each year for an informative and festive luncheon, members are presented with a commemorative pin exclusively designed for the Lamp of Learning Society by artist Margit Esser Porter ’79.

When you join the Lamp of Learning Society, you demonstrate your commitment to the education of young women. Your gift is an inspiration to future generations and a reminder of the philanthropy that sustains the Winsor School.
Hear why alumnae, parents and faculty are including Winsor in their estate plans.

Lamp of Learning Society


Hear why alumnae, parents and faculty are including Winsor in their estate plans.

List of 3 news stories.

  • Joan Trumball Leighton '64

    "Winsor is my middle name," qiups Joan Trumbull Leighton '64. 

    Ask Joan about the school her great-great aunt Mary Winsor started, and she'll reel off a long list of why she supports it.
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  • Leila Sales '02

    "Winsor Changed My Life" writes novelist Leila Sales '02.

    At age 7, Leila was smitten. She read in the Globe about a Winsor student winning a robotics competition.
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  • Sharon Lin '95

    "The Girls Will Benefit Forever," Sharon Lin '95 miles to say. 

    The month she turned 35, Sharon opened a Winsor mailing about estate plans and thought, really? So soon?
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