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!
Please join us for our annual Gold Star Awards Breakfast on Friday, April 17, 2015 at Cedarbrook Lodge. The Gold Star Awards breakfast, the largest fundraiser supporting all 20,000 students in Highline Public Schools, an inspiring celebration of our work, and an opportunity to recognize leaders who help make it possible.
In the News:
|The Highline Schools Foundation recently awarded $65,053 through 89 classroom grants. Because of events like the Burien Brat Trot and Oktoberfest, and the generosity of our community, the Foundation was able to fund 85% of the grant requests this year and every school within Highline Public Schools received at least one grant!|
|This is in addition to the $10, 000 Impact Grant for “Making an Impact: Building Bright Futures for Young Women in Computer Science.” This grant provides funds to help increase the number of high school females in computer science classes, to spark their interest in technology related careers, and to help them graduate prepared for a future in the computer science field. Read more ...|