In additional to a general endowment to carry out the mission of the foundation, the foundation manages 18 endowed funds totalling over $500,000. Some of these funds include academic scholarships offered each year to Carrollton High School students. Since its inception in 1999, the CCS Education Foundation has disbursed over $800,000 in scholarships and grants.
- Golden Giving Annual Campaign
- CCS Education Foundation Scholarships
- Water Bill Roundup
- Employee Giving Campaign
- Multi-Activity Center Capital Campaign
The Golden Giving Campaign is the annual fundraising campaign of the Carrollton City Schools Education Foundation. This annual fundraiser provides funding to enhance academic offerings for all students at Carrollton City Schools. To learn more about ways in which you can give, please click HERE.
Each year, the CCS Education Foundation awards scholarships to students through an application process. We are thankful to the many donors who establish scholarships to support our students' academic success.
The 2018-2019 scholarship application window is currently closed.
Carrollton City Schools is fortunate to have the support of city residents through the water bill roundup program. This program allows city water residents to round up their water bill to the nearest dollar. All proceeds from this opt-in program benefit the programs and mission of the CCS Education Foundation. To learn more or opt in to the program, please click on the link below.
The faculty and staff of Carrollton City Schools not only provide for students in the classroom each day, they give back to their schools through the employee giving campaign. Each dollar contributed through paycheck deduction goes toward programs that benefit students and instruction in our classrooms. To enroll in the employee giving campaign through payroll deduction, please click on the link below.
For more information on how you can support the CCS Education Foundation, please contact:
|Board of Directors|
Chuck Harper, President
Ben Garrett, Vice President
Charlie Murrah, Treasurer
CCS System Teacher of the Year- Jessica Dietsch
Dr. Mark Albertus, Ex-Officio
Laurie Fleck, Executive Director