You are here: Home APS Education Foundation News from the Foundation Horizon Awards Deadline is Friday, March 2

Note: This news item is more than a year old. Browse for more current news.

Horizon Awards Deadline is Friday, March 2

Educators and schools are encouraged to apply for grants that will pay up to $5,000 for literacy, fine arts, extracurricular activities and science/technology/engineering and math.

February 23, 2012

Click here for the Horizon Awards application.

Nearly 30 educators were awarded more than $83,000 in Horizon grants earlier this year.

Is it your turn?

The APS Education Foundation is encouraging district schools and teachers at all levels to apply for the Spring 2012 Horizon Awards. The awards, funded by the Foundation’s Horizon Campaign, will provide between $1,500 and $5,000 to projects in four areas:

  • Literacy
  • Fine arts
  • Science/technology/engineering/math and
  • Middle and high school activities.

Applications for the Horizon Awards will be accepted by the Foundation through next Friday, March 2. A committee will select recipients based on their efforts to provide innovative, quality educational opportunities to students in APS.

Approximately 8,000 APS students have been touched by this awards campaign since its inception just over a year ago. The awards are funded through the Foundation's Horizon Campaign, a quest to obtain $1 million in private funding from the community.

For more information, go to the Foundation's website or call 878-6165.

Document Actions
Filed under:
APS Education Foundation News
Help Us Win Money for Selfless Seniors
Go to the Great Grant Giveaway Facebook page and let them know you support the APS Education Foundation program that shines a light on some amazing kids.
Melting Pot to Feature, Sell APS Student Artwork
The artwork, on display in the Foundation's private dining room, will be unveiled at the Uptown restaurant Nov. 6.
Achieve Awards Go to 13 Clubs & Activities
The money awarded by the APS Education Foundation goes to support middle and high school programs ranging from drama to science clubs to organizations that help students with disabilities.