About Us


The Hillgrove Foundation was founded in 2010. Established by school and community leaders, the Foundation seeks funding and resources for the betterment of Hillgrove High School. The Hillgrove Foundation will fund academic, athletic, and fine arts needs, as deemed necessary by the Board.

 

Involve, Invest, Implement

 

What happens when you get INVOLVED, INVEST and IMPLEMENT? Since our inception, the Foundation has added visitors stands to our football stadium allowing the school to increase seating capacity while adding to the overall safety of our stadium.

The Foundation used donations from our community and the graduating classes of 2010 and 2011 to install a color electronic sign. The sign is friendly to our neighbors, eco-friendly with the ability to turn off each night and while not in use. 

During the 2020 pandemic, through monies collected from annual fundraisers and a wonderful donation from our great Alumni, several classrooms were converted into 360 classrooms with whiteboards available on each wall of the classroom increasing student engagement. Flexible seating, calculators, additional computers and Wi-Fi hotspot devices, along with numerous teacher grants have been provided through the the community's donations and the foundation's fundraising events. 

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As of 2022, the Foundation has provided nearly $200,000 in financial assistance via academic, arts, athletics and aesthetics (beautification projects) for the students, faculty and staff at Hillgrove High School.

How Can I Help?

 

Visit our "Get Involved" page for more information.