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.
Park Ridge Health has partnered with Franklin Covey to present The 7 Habits for Managers: Essential Skills and Tools for Leading Teams. This is an intensive, application-oriented learning experience that focuses on the fundamentals of great leadership and execution....read more
Congratulations to our 2017 graduating seniors who earned college scholarships. Every year, community partners and individuals offer the best and brightest among our student body the chance to prove their merits and earn money towards their continued education. This...read more
Students and staff at Mills River and Upward Elementary will run the schools together under a leadership program set to roll out this fall. This week, staff at both schools received training for Leader in Me, a student leadership program that just finished its third...read more