The Denver Post
August 21, 2015
By Aldo Svaldi
Graland Country Day School is raising $20 million in a capital campaign noteworthy not only for its size but also the way it hopes to encourage children to innovate.
Veteran Denver money manager David Corkins, co-founder of Arrowpoint Partners, is contributing $5 million to the Cherry Creek area private school where his children attend.
“Education is critical,” said Corkins, who adds he expects the school will set the standard for integrating technology and learning. Read more.