What we’ve done since ASF’s founding in 1994. Over $270,000 given to support our schools!
Who we are?
The Aurora Schools Foundation is a non-profit, charitable, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to supporting the educational programs of the Aurora City Schools. Founded in 1994 as an independent community-based organization, the Foundation is governed by a board of trustees comprised of community members and representatives from other school support groups.
- To enhance the educational experience of the Aurora City Schools.
- Fund Spring & Fall Teacher Grant Requests.
- Provide Graduating Senior Scholarships.
- Build a Long-Term Invested Endowment.
- Fund the Unexpected Grant
Aurora Schools Foundation is proud to announce this year’s winners of Material Needs Grants. These grants, totaling $13,385, support the supplies and equipment needed to create new programs in the Aurora City School District. The 2017-18 grantees are Lisa VanRaepenbush/Lauren Baker, $2,030 for Autism Structured Tasks Systems Tammy Mazzella, $400 for Healthy Habits Classroom Extention […]
The Aurora Schools Foundation is pleased to announce the release of our new website, designed with a fresh new look, improved navigation and overall functionality. The new site launched on April 17th 2017, and you can visit us online at http://www.auroraschoolsfoundation.org. We’ve added a ton of new interactive features and dynamic content, including: A responsive […]
by MIKE LESKO | REPORTER Published: May 11, 2016 1:00 AM Aurora — After finishing in second place in last year’s Tech Challenge world championship competition, Robotics Team TBD (To Be Determined) of Aurora High School returned to claim the world title April 27-30 in St. Louis. Members are AHS juniors Tyler Thieding and Ian […]