Welcome to Highline Schools Foundation
The Highline Schools Foundation plays a critical role for Highline Public Schools—we provide our students with the resources they need to succeed in school. From classroom supplies to sports equipment, from field trips to scholarships, the Highline Schools Foundation raises funds to help our communities’ kids with what they need in school.
Poverty is a significant and growing problem for America – over 63% of our student population are on the free or reduced lunch program, meaning their family income falls below the poverty line. The Foundation supports these under-resourced students in a variety of ways. [READ MORE]
A gift to Highline Schools Foundation is something much bigger than one donation – it signifies that you believe in a future where all students reach their highest potential, where all teachers can provide enriched learning experiences and where all graduates are college or career ready – and that such a future is worth fighting for.
Your donations make a difference in the lives of individual students and your gifts help to provide outstanding academic and athletic programs, scholarships, tools for our teachers, a rich community environment and so much more.
YOUR support makes it possible!
Project N.O.W. (Nutrition on Weekends) is a program that supports Highline Public School students who are food insecure. At the elementary and middle school level, it provides students with a free backpack full of food to take home for the weekend—all school year.
Graduate! Highline is a community-driven movement that brings parents, educators and citizens together with civic, corporate and philanthropic leaders to drive Highline's graduation rate to 95%!
Community Partners Calendar for Volunteers
The Graduate Highline website features a streamlined list of volunteer opportunities and additional needs requested by Graduate Highline partners. The goal is to connect people with an opportunity to volunteer time, expertise, or resources, and help these important organizations expand their reach in Highline Public Schools.
If you, or your business, have volunteer needs that the community can help fill, please contact Erin Ambrozic at [email protected].
Supported by United Way of King County