Higher property taxes don’t provide extra funding for public education
Local property taxes don’t equate to increases in funding for the Boulder Valley School District. The reality of how school funding works is more complex.
Join us for a tropical-resort themed fundraiser
Tickets are now on sale for our gala on August 23. This is your chance to be part of a memorable evening that celebrates and supports our mission to expand what’s possible in education.
How a former BVSD student is shaping the future of healthcare
Boulder High School graduate Adriana Aguirre, a recipient of the Earl & Barbara Bolton scholarship, represents the future of nursing with her big dreams of diversifying the industry and providing culturally competent care to her patients.
Announcing our 2024 Scholarship Recipients
This year we provided over $53,500 in scholarships for Boulder Valley School District graduates, including $28,500 in scholarship renewals for 16 students. And graduating seniors in the Class of 2024 were awarded over $100,000!
School-based wellness
Tess Amer oversees the Wellness Center at Fairview High School, a cozy and calming space that welcomes teenagers seeking mental health support.

Accessible and Equitable Education

Impact on Education is the foundation supporting 28,000 students and 4,000 educators in the Boulder Valley School District. Since 1983, we’ve provided supplemental funding and resources to students and educators in order to expand what’s possible in education.

OUR MISSION

Impact on Education supports students in Boulder Valley public schools with supplemental funding and resources in order to address critical needs and opportunity gaps.

Our Impact

Founded in 1983, Impact on Education was one of the first school foundations in the country.

Watch the video to learn about our history and how our work supports students facing the most barriers to success. Or click the link below to see how we invest community resources to support the Boulder Valley School District

STUDENTS NEED YOU MORE THAN EVER

Help us meet the needs of students today and in the future.

RECENT STORIES

How a former BVSD student is shaping the future of healthcare

Boulder High School graduate Adriana Aguirre, a recipient of the Earl & Barbara Bolton scholarship, represents the future of nursing with her big dreams of diversifying the industry and providing culturally competent care to her patients.

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Higher property taxes don’t provide extra funding for public education

As homeowners in our community see their property values and tax bills increase, many may assume the additional funds are flowing into our public schools. They’re not wrong – but increases in local property taxes don’t equate to increases in funding for the Boulder Valley School District. The reality of how school funding works is more complex.

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2024 Impact Awards honor dedicated BVSD educators

We host the Impact Awards each year to honor educators across the Boulder Valley School District. Recognizing their dedication is essential, as they play a vital role in providing excellent and equitable education to all students. While we’re only able to recognize a small number of BVSD educators at the Impact Awards, we value and appreciate the hard work and dedication of every educator across BVSD.

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events
Jul 16 2024
5:30 pm
6:30 pm

Volunteer Orientation

Get to know Impact on Education! You’ll meet members of our staff team, learn about our mission and investments, and…

events
Aug 23 2024
5:30 pm
9:30 pm

Together We Grow – 2024 Gala

Together We Grow Join us on August 23 to cultivate a landscape where every student can grow, learn and thrive.…

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Colorado spends $3,000 below the national average per student. You can help supplement district funding and provide students with access to excellent and equitable education.

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Impact on Education
721 Front Street, Suite A
Louisville, CO 80027

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