Welcome!The South High Foundation stands above its peers as an organization with not only drive and vision but the power and foresight to accomplish its goals. With over 12,000 registered members, the organization focuses on development, working on improving operations, and increasing interaction with the community. The Foundation has grown significantly as alumni, staff, parents and community members work through and with the Foundation to provide funding and support for South High School programs and projects. On average over $50,000 is awarded each year in scholarships, and over $60,000 a year in grants to staff and the community. We are Proud! AND WE ARE SOUTH.
- Two recent grads, Laura Jean Robinson and Ida Schneck were excited to share their good news - their Engineering Design project has earned them a US Patent, published on November 15th! Congratulations to them both! Click here to learn more about their emergency medication kit and method of use.
- Most recent Tiger Blast Click Here
If you have not already made your annual gift to the Foundation, you still have time. The first $25 is applied as membership. The membership year runs from July 1 through June 30. Use the DonateNow button to the right, or go to our Membership page for more information.
Grants to South High Programs (over $66,000 already!)
- $350 to the Counseling Department to print Back-to-School postcards
- $4,000 for Link Crew training
- $16,300 toward a Dance & Theater Teacher
- $3,000 for support of the Partnership Program
- $241 for materials for the French Language program
- $8,000 for Visual Arts consumable materials
- $2,314 to All Nations for an all-student day at Camp Ihduhapi
- $8,091 for football equipment
- $400 to cover student event tickets to the NAMI Awards Banquet
- $100 for Economics simulation games
- $2,500 to UNiDOS to cover materials and supplies for promotion and events
- $1,000 for a Creative Writing coach to work with students in Language Arts
- $2,290 for the purchase of Nook readers and books for the Media Center
- $100 to the Counseling Department for a college application scholarship
- $6,500 to send students to the Eagle Leadership Training Camp
- $4,255 to send students to a Math & Social Justice Conference to present their work
- $500 to the Counseling Department in their sponsorship of Scholarship Night
- $300 for Latin Dance instruction for Spanish Language students
- $1,000 to support the efforts of the Extended Learning and Recovery Credit programs
- $500 for transportation of students to the State Capital to rally for Mental Illness Awareness legislation
- $2,650 in support of an anti-bullying campaign designed to support a positive climate at South
- $2,315 for Humanities I students to see Shakespear's A Midsummer Night's Dream
- $1,200 for 6 authors to share their experiences about writing, reading and stories
Patricia (Meyers, Tighe) Sadowski, 1939
Warren Lennander, 1947
To locate other names, visit our memorial list.