As a nonprofit that dedicates all of its financial resources to educating its 185 students, Church Farm School is grateful when local individuals and businesses help to offset expenses through their generosity to the school.
Scala, a digital signage company in Malvern, in conjunction with its Ohio-based parent company, Stratacache, recently donated 30 55-inch monitors, mounts, and sound bars to the school for use in dormitories and academic buildings.
The school, which serves young men in grades 9-12 through its college prep boarding and day school program, is using digital signage as a way to better communicate school activities, news, photos, menus, and more.
“Our school has existed for 100 years because our community has always been generous to us,” said Ned Sherrill, Head of School. “Scala is another example of a wonderful corporate neighbor who is helping us bolster our academic and residential life program. We are extremely grateful for their support and look forward to a continued partnership.”
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