"Foundation resources double the school's budget for innovation and improvement."

- Dr. Roy Montesano, Superintendent

OUR MISSION

To enhance the quality of public education in our community

OUR WORK

The Foundation solicits donations from the community to award grants to high-impact projects the District budget cannot fund.

100% of your donation goes to improving your child's education

The Foundation has funded nearly every new initiative in technology, curriculum, teaching techniques and innovative classroom design in recent years

The Foundation performs extensive due diligence on every grant application

Foundation dollars accelerate improvement - ideas funded in May are often up and running in September

NEWS

Bronxville High School Puts on Extraordinary Outdoor Musical

Bronxville High School presented “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” as its spring musical, and the show was held outdoors on June 4-5. Under the direction of choral director Pamela Simpson, the show featured a talented cast and crew of students.  The musical tells the story of six prepubescents who compete in a regional

Bronxville School Foundation Awards $567,000 in Grants

By Lansing Martinelli, VP, Public Relations, The Bronxville School Foundation  June 4th, 2021: The Bronxville School Foundation announced its 2021 grant awards, giving $567,000 in resources to benefit the Bronxville School’s K-12 student body.  The grant requests came from teachers, administrators, coaches, parents, and students. This year’s grants supported meaningful projects designed to enrich the

Foundation Grants Continue to Reap Benefits for National History Day Work - Social Studies Teachers Recognized for Outstanding Instruction

Bronxville High School teachers Kris Hart, Dana Landesman and Christina Reidel have been awarded Certificates of Excellence by National History Day, a non-profit education organization. They were recognized for their outstanding instruction in historical inquiry, persistence during an unprecedented school year and dedication to their students exploring this year’s topic.  Hart, Landesman and Reidel have

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