The Park Hill Education Foundation is proud to support the following programs.
In keeping with the mission of the Park Hill School District Education Foundation, Inc., Classroom Grants are awarded to further promote life-long learning opportunities for Park Hill students. These grants are awarded to full-time Park Hill educators for projects or programs that utilize innovative teaching techniques. Since 1999, the Foundation has awarded 296 grants, going to more than 500 teachers for more than $417,000. These grants have benefited thousands of students.
The Park Hill Education Foundation scholarships are designed to support Park Hill School District graduating seniors who have demonstrated academic ability and perseverance in their continuing educational pursuits. Since, 1998, the Foundation has awarded 410 scholarships for more than $500,000.
The Park Hill Professional Studies provides students with authentic learning experiences and meaningful professional connections. Through partnerships with individuals and businesses, Professional Studies connects what is being taught in the classroom with what occurs in the workplace. Professional experiences are aligned with students’ interests, talents, and passions. Students discover first-hand the relevancy of what they are learning in the classroom and how that applies to college and career opportunities.
InvestNOW is an online grant program that provides a wonderful opportunity for individuals and organizations to help meet the educational needs of students in the Park Hill School District. It gives teachers a unique funding avenue, where they describe a student project and give potential donors the opportunity to make it a reality.
Dr. Carruth Student Grants for Exceptional Learning
These student grants are designed to support Park Hill School District students who have demonstrated academic ability and perseverance in their continuing educational pursuits. Grants are open to all grade levels and may be used for offsetting tuition/fees at a large variety of special camps or other learning events. Examples would include camps for music, science, fine arts, geography, etc.