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Welcome to the Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley

Enhancing Student Success & Teacher Excellence

The Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley is an independent, non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide resources and educational opportunities, in partnership with St. Vrain Valley Schools and our local communities, to enhance student success and teacher excellence.

Our vision is to be the premier Foundation that empowers teachers, champions student success and supports education in contributing to a robust economy and a vibrant community.

Your financial contributions, your time and your in-kind support will truly make a difference in realizing our goals. Together we can take pride in the communities we are able to create.

Thank you for your commitment and generosity.

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Announcements
25
Jun

Ed Foundation Partners with FRCC Foundation to Offer Scholarships

The Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley, in partnership with the Front Range Community College Foundation, is very pleased to announce that up to 10 - $1,000 scholarships are available beginning today to current or recent graduates (within 3 years of graduation) of St. Vrain Valley high schools.

23
Apr

Foundation Awards $9,000 in Scholarships to Nine Seniors

The Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley is very pleased to announce that $9,000 in college scholarships has been awarded to nine graduating seniors. This year’s scholarship recipients, their guests, school officials and the financial contributors to the scholarships were honored at an awards celebration on April 22.

20
Apr

2014 Tech Fair Results

“Find a mentor to help you reach your goals and focus on what you think is important” were Paul Hildebrandt’s, inventor of Zometool, closing thoughts to students at the Tech Fair held on Saturday, April 19 at Skyline High School. His advice supported what the 28 judges found as they visited with 300+ students about their projects. The 65 projects ranged from topics such as the benefits of doing acts of kindness to climate change and pollution to the genetics of taste and a lot more.

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