The Henderson County Education Foundation
The Henderson County Education Foundation develops resources to support educational excellence in Henderson County Public Schools.
Founded in October 1986, the Henderson County Education Foundation has provided resources aimed at improving the educational experience for Henderson County students and teachers for over 30 years.
The Foundation provides scholarships for dozens of talent students to further their education each year. In addition, HCEF supports classroom teachers through programs such as the Berrian Fund for strings students, Advocate for the Arts Fund to provide additional resources for art students and teachers and the Special Fund for Children that services at-risk students in each school.
Join us for a tour at Sugarloaf Elementary to learn more about The Leader in Me program and how you can be a part of bringing this transformational program to more schools in Henderson County. When: Friday April 28th or Friday, May 19th Time: 8:00 to 9:30 What:...read more
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. (March 4, 2016) – While the state’s dropout rate increased, Henderson County Public Schools’ dropout rate continues to decrease and in 2014-15 remained below the state average for the eighth consecutive year. According to the 2014-15 Consolidated...read more
2016 Hall of Fame Online Reservation Hendersonville – The Henderson County Education Foundation will induct five new honorees into Henderson County’s prestigious Education Hall of Fame this spring. The 2016 inductees include a teacher of exceptional children, two...read more