Generally, yes, as long as it falls within the Success Fund mission. If you’d like to speak with a member of the BHSSF board to discuss your philanthropic intent, please email [email protected]

No, Beaverton High School Success Fund is a separate, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It operates independently of the district and the high school, however, we collaborate as projects are approved and move forward to determine how they can be accomplished as efficiently and effectively as possible.

No. The district is very supportive of the Success Fund and BHS will continue to receive its fair share of funding, regardless of the existence of the Success Fund.

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Teachers, staff, students and families generate ideas and proposals for use of Success Fund resources. These ideas form the basis of proposals the principal offers to the board for review. The goal is to fund projects that will have the greatest and most direct positive impact on students and the school consistent with the four areas of intention – academic programs, technology, student support and facilities.

Yes. The Success Fund is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. The tax identification number is 47-2022300.

No. Every dollar matters. Donations have ranged from a one-time contribution of $50 to $50,000 over five years to a $3 million pledge over four years.