SCS Fund for Excellence
Our families are our lifeline. Whether you have been a part of the SCS family for years or just a few months, your participation enhances your children’s education and provides SCS with the support needed to fulfill its mission.
Each year, we ask our school community to participate by making a financial contribution to the annual appeal. This year, our appeal will raise critical funds for the SCS Fund for Excellence, a key component of our continued commitment to providing all students with a strong foundation in core academics and the arts while cultivating each student’s individual qualities and strengths.
As a charter school, we receive only $6,600 per student per year, while traditional schools receive an average of $14,900 in federal, state, and local funding per student per year. We do not receive additional funding from the districts our students live in. This means we must depend on our families and community to help support our students and programs at SCS.
Your past support has allowed us to purchase new technology, install a security system, and create a Schoolyard Master Plan. Thank you!
Please join us by contributing to the SCS Fund for Excellence this year. Your support will help us:
- Provide a safer and healthier facility
- Provide additional educational equipment, books, and learning opportunities for your children
- Allow for professional development opportunities for teachers
- Begin implementing our Schoolyard Master Plan
Ways to give
- Make checks payable to Seacoast Charter School.
- Include “SCS Fund for Excellence” on the memo line.
- Mail or bring in your check to SCS, 171 Watson Road, Dover, NH 03820
- Click here to donate using either credit card or PayPal account
- Choose monthly or one-time payment option
Recurring payments through your bank:
- Most banks and credit unions offer online options for setting up automatic/recurring payments. It’s an easy way to break your contribution down into small payments over the course of the year. (Contact your banking institution for more information.)