The Highline Schools Foundation strives to be a bridge to opportunity for Highline Public School students. One of the many ways the Foundation makes an impact is with its generous scholarship program. This year, we are offering more scholarship opportunities than ever before!
Thanks to the generosity of District Alumnus CM Garrity—The Highline Schools Foundation announces two new scholarship opportunities for students in Highline Public Schools, available starting this year to students in the Class of 2015. Click here to continue reading ...
Since 1999, the Highline Schools Foundation has been supporting innovation and excellence in the Highline Public Schools. Our funding priorities focus on college and careers, grants to teachers for engaging classroom projects, programs to improve academic achievement, athletics, the arts, and programs that keep students in school and productive. Our Foundation is the only 501(c)(3) non-profit that serves the entire Highline School District.
We are proud to support the students and teacher of Highline Public Schools and are looking forward to 2015!
We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events:
How can you help?
Make a Donation – Go Shopping – Attend an Event – Become a Sponsor – Donate an item or activity to our Oktoberfest Auction – Donate a dress for Project PROMise™ – Become a Trustee – Ask your employer of they offer Gift Matching – Volunteer – the list is endless!
The Highline Schools Foundation is excited to announce the date for the 2015 Gold Star Awards Breakfast: Friday, April 17, 2015, at Cedarbrook Lodge. This year’s breakfast theme is “Own Your Impact.”
GOLD STAR AWARD NOMINATIONS
Each year since 2001, the Highline Schools Foundation has solicited nominations from community members, district employees and parents for their prestigious Gold Star Awards.
Nominations are NOW OPEN for the 2015 Gold Star Awards in the following categories:
In the News:
|A BIG THANK YOU! to everyone who helped make both the Burien Brat Trot and Oktoberfest Auction such great successes! Whether you were a volunteer, attendee, sponsor or donor - your support is always integral to our success! And because of events like the Brat Trot and Oktoberfest, the Foundation has the honor to help support our teachers and schools with the annual Excel Grants!Every year, the Highline Schools Foundation grants teachers the funds they need to support unique and innovative programs in their classrooms that their schools budget's can't provide through Excel Grants.|
|The Impact Grant program, now in its second year, is partially funded by Alaska Airlines. The grant is a tool in which the Foundation awards $10,000 to one school or program in the district for an opportunity that aligns with the Highline Public Schools strategic plan in a way that impacts a large number of students. This year’s Impact Grant winner, announced at the State of our Schools event on 11/23/14, is a grant called "Making an Impact: Building Bright Futures for Young Women in Computer Science". It was written by Royce Badley, Assistant Director of Career & College Pathways, and Julie Burr, Career Access Manager, for Highline Public Schools. Read more ...|