The State College Area School District Foundation exists to support major fundraising and ongoing development efforts for the district and its nine elementary schools, two middle schools, and high school. Donations to the Foundation directly benefit students by providing an environment in which skills, interests, and abilities can be nurtured and developed to a higher degree than the regular budget permits.
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Mission & Vision
Mission & Vision
The State College Area School District Education Foundation is committed to enhancing the educational experience of students within the State College Area School District by providing financial support for innovative learning opportunities.
An enriching educational experience that challenges and inspires every student to reach his or her full potential.
News & More
Two local banks are supporting the State College Area School District and public education by donating $15,000 to the SCASD Education Foundation.
First National Bank and Fulton Bank gave $10,000 and $5,000, respectively, to the foundation through the state’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program.Read More +
Students, Counselors, and Administration Work to Build an All-Inclusive Sense of Unity at State High
When you think of peer pressure, you might picture a bully convincing another student to try drugs or alcohol, or a student being persuaded to cheat on an exam. While these examples of negative peer influence do occur in today’s school communities (including at SCASD), the leading form of peer pressure is the pressure to achieve academically and/or in extracurricular activities.Read More +
Spanish Club Gives Students Access to Native Speakers, Travel, and More
It isn’t every day that Americans get to participate in a World Cup soccer tournament, but that’s just what members of State High’s Spanish Club did. With club members staging their very own World Cup on the soccer fields of State High, and battling against the Latin Club students, a fun competition was had by all.Read More +