Harford County Education Foundation serves students through a variety of programs that support student achievement.
Ways the Education Foundation supports Harford County Public School students
In our first 15 years, we have:
- 313 middle school students participated in a 3-day overnight retreat to learn leadership and soft skills.
- 125 high school students participated in a week long leadership program to engage in leadership, workforce skills, and career planning from business leaders.
- 7,698 students received $115,466 of school supplies.
- 1100 students in need received homework tool kits.
- 400 educators shopped for free at the Tools for Schools Resource Center saving thousands of dollars in personal expenditures on school and classroom supplies.
- 5,270 students in poverty received 13,040 skill based books to build home libraries and slow summer regression of learned reading skills.
- $50,860 awarded in Classroom Innovation Grants to support an enriched learning experience for students.
- 70 students were awarded $131,000 in scholarships.
- 45 students in need received $14,700 in laptops and mobile hotspots to participate in learning at home.
Learn more about our programs by visiting these links: