2017 Grants Awarded

In 2017, The Pleasant Valley High School Foundation announced that $8,008 in grants has been awarded to Pleasant Valley High School, including...

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In the past twelve years, since its inception, the Foundation has handed out over $84,000 in grants and has built up its Endowment Fund to over $180,000.

But, we are still far short of our goal of a sustainable fund of One Million Dollars, which would allow us to grant approximately $8,000 a year back to the school from growth alone.

To that end, we are conducting an ongoing Giving Campaign.  You can participate by making a donation to one of three funds:  Our General Fund, Our Legacy Brick Walkway (where you can purchase a brick to be placed in PV’s entrance walkway), or to our Million Dollar Campaign (donors giving $2,000 or more over the next couple of years will have their names engraved on a plaque to be prominently displayed on campus as members of the Million Dollar Club).

Please consider donating to such a worth-while endeavor.  Truly, these students are our future.


We are looking for 500 people and businesses to partner with us in raising One Million Dollars for our endowment.   Anyone giving $2000 over the next few years will have their names engraved on a permanent, prominent plaque as members of the Million-Dollar Club for PVHS.  Just add the words “Million-Dollar Club” in the comments line when donating to any program sponsored by the Foundation under “Donate Now.”



Recently, the PVHS Foundation sponsored a spectacular Decades concert in the Center for the Arts.  The popular music group has garnered fame throughout California.  They brought their show to PV to help with the annual Foundation Grant program.  Combining the shows profits with the generous givers of the Annie B’s campaign, we were able to grant 11 requests by PV staff for classroom, school-wide equipment and supplies not otherwise funded.  

This year, The Pleasant Valley High School Foundation is pleased to announce that $6090 in grants has been awarded to Pleasant Valley High School:

  • Tech equipment to allow projection from student IPads to screen for all to interact
  • 2 enclosed bulletin broads for Library quad
  • 7 Gel Electrophoresis Chambers with 4 power sources for Science Classes
  • Heavy duty electric pencil sharpeners for Social Science Department
  • Ipads for Special Education Classes
  • Volleyball and/or Spikeball sets for PE classes
  • Musicians stipend for “School of Rock” spring production
  • Partial funds to bring Freedom Writers as guest speakers
  • 2 Performance Microphones for choral ensembles
  • Level 3 Readers in Spanish
  • 2 sets (20) Banners for Campus Event Poles