Success Fund

The Beaverton High School Success Fund is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides funding for school initiatives centered around:

Academic programs that broaden the student experience;
Student financial support to enhance engagement in extra-curricular activities and advanced placement scholarships;
Technology in the classroom and as a student resource; and
Facility improvements to meet the needs of our students and improve their experience.

The mission of the fund is to provide a long-term, sustainable resource stream that lays a foundation upon which to plan, create, and improve the overall educational experience of students at Beaverton High School, beyond the normal funding provided by the District.

Launched in 2014, the fund has generated more than $5.2 million to date in donations and pledges; the goal is to raise $10 million in donations over five years. The fund is managed by an independent board that works closely with BHS Principal Anne Erwin; money from the fund has already been invested in numerous projects and programs including:

• Phase one of an extensive modernization effort for the Library;
• Major renovation of the College and Career Center;
Remodel of the Community Center room;
Mini-grants to teachers for field trips and programs benefiting individual class activities;
• Planning and support for the launch of a new career pathway focusing on engineering and trades;
• Forty (40) new digital cameras for the new digital photography course;
• Infusion of classroom-based technology, including 200 Chromebooks used by students every day;
• Provided funding for 16 teachers to attend a three-day Tech Camp to use the new computers;
Student financial support for curricular and extracurricular activities.

If you would like to talk with a member of the Success Fund board about making a larger and/or longer-term contribution, please send an email to and you will be contacted.

If you’d like to make a donation right now, please click on the link below: