Projects are Awarded Through a Simple, On-line Grant Proposal Process

The Highland Foundation distributes funds each year based on grant requests submitted by Highland Local School teachers and staff. A wide array of grants have been approved over the years ... from music and art programs to apprenticeships and innovative new resources to enhance classroom instruction. The Highland Foundation encourages Highland teachers and staff to consider submitting a grant proposal.

We're here to help.   For questions about the process, application or to review examples of past grants, see below or contact Linda Collins at linda.collins@highlandfoundation.org. We also have Teacher Liaisons in each school that can answer your questions. They are:

  • Granger Elementary: Colleen Hyland (chyland@highlandschools.org)
  • Hinckley Elementary: Veronica Godlaski (vgodlaski@highlandschools.org)
  • Sharon Elementary: Violet Frye (vfrye@highlandschools.org)
  • Middle School: Elizabeth (Beth) Poltis (epoltis@highlandschools.org)
  • High School: Tina McKeen (tmckeen@highlandschools.org)

Interested in applying for a Grant?

Applications for 2017-2018 school year are due October 9. Download an application and useful grant resources below. 

2017-2018 Application Instructions & Guidelines
2017-2018 Grant Application Instructions[...]
Microsoft Word document [233.8 KB]
Application Form
grantcoverform258f99e0_845e.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [90.6 KB]
Example of Past Grant Application
Grant Application Example.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.3 MB]

2016-2017 Project Grants

Learn more about the projects we've recently supported.

2016-2017 Project Grant Brochure
2016-17 Program Flyer (002).pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [655.6 KB]

To view current year awarded grants, click here.

Donate Today.

It's quick, easy and secure to make an on-line or mobile donation to The Highland Foundation. Use this PayPal link to get started.

Click here to visit the Highland Local School website.  

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