SCHS Foundation

Dedicated to our students--past, present, and future

 

Our Foundation’s Mission

The Steele Canyon High School Foundation promotes the growth and improvement of scholarships and programs for students. We are dedicated to SCHS students - past, present and future to participate - to be active and loyal members by promoting traditions, supporting activities

 

SCHS is a non-profit group and the Alumni Association is an affiliate. 2017 is our 10th anniversary as a Charter High School - our goal is to connect with alumni and to encourage interaction between alumni, students, staff and others who care about SCHS in building Cougar Pride for generations past, present, and future. 

 

Who: Parents, Community Members, Alumni, and Staff

Be a part -- Introducing the Steele Canyon Foundation

Ensuring a quality education for all Steele Canyon students requires the commitment of all segments of the school population, including parents, business leaders, and from the entire community at large. Hence, this Foundation provides members of our community the opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to the education of our youth as well as their allegiance to the greater good of the Steele Canyon High School Community.


Where does money raised go?

Scholarships and to supplement school programs i.e. Money donation towards new band uniforms. Money is approved based on the requirements stated in scholarship applications, agenda item/approval by members.

Steele Canyon High School, A California Charter School 

12440 Campo Road, Spring Valley, CA 91978 

619-660-3500 


AP Fax: (619) 660-7198 
Finance Fax: (619) 660-7002 
Registrar Fax: (619) 660-7197 

Attendance 
9th & 11th: 619-660-3531

10th & 12th: 619-660-3532
Call one hour in advance for an 

off-campus pass: (619) 660-3533

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It is the policy of the State of California to afford all persons in public schools, regardless of their disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic that is contained in the definition of hate crimes set forth in Section 422.55 of the Penal Code, including immigration status, equal rights, and opportunities in the educational institutions of the state. The purpose of this chapter is to prohibit acts that are contrary to that policy and to provide remedies therefor.