Thank You To Our Corporate Sponsors

Corporate partners play a critical role in Torrey Pines High School going from good to great. They underwrite or sponsor a portion of Foundation programs or fundraising events, donate items, host an experience, or provide in-kind donations. We welcome educational items, immersive experiences, merchandise, services, and items for auction.

Amazon Smile

Amazon Smile – gives 0.05% of all purchases to TPHSF. Please sign up to automatically support TPHSF at no cost additional to you. Learn More

Horizons Abroad

Horizons Abroad delivers an authentic approach to language and cultural immersion, focusing on living as a local in world class European destinations. With academics, excursions, and homestay accommodations provided, our programs allow students to rapidly develop confidence and fluency in another language, while nurturing and cementing valuable life skills. Our programs provide enriching experiences and creates memories for life!  Learn More

Jimbo’s

Jimbo’s, with 4 stores, is truly the premier natural foods store in San Diego County. They donated healthy snacks and water for the TPHS Youth Speed Camp Ages 8 – 17. Learn More

Business Partners from One Paseo

Alcheme, The Bowery, The Butchery, Faherty, Mizuki Yama Sushi, Parakeet Cafe, Whiskey and Leather, Pigment, Urban Beach House

Many One Paseo businesses donated 10 – 20% of sales during COVID on three Tuesday nights (called Falcon Nights) in December 2020 to help support the TPHSF Education Fund. Learn More

REVÉ Church

REVÉ Church meets every Sunday at 10:30 on the TPHS Campus in the Performing Arts Center. Learn More

Revolution Prep

Revolution Prep’s convenient online tutoring programs optimize the learning experience with personalized instruction, easy scheduling, and top-quality tutors – anywhere, at any time! Revolution Prep graciously returns 100% of the fee for student practice testing back to TPHSF. Learn More

Rough Draft Brewing Company

It all started with a gift home brew kit, a passion for making great beer, and ongoing taste-test experiments in the garage with plastic buckets, stovetop kettles, and willing friends.  Learn More

San Diego Korean Parents Association

San Diego Korean Parents Association (SDKPA) is a non-profit organization established by volunteer Korean parents in San Diego County. SDKPA organizes and supports various events and activities that children with Korean heritage can benefit from. They supported TP Math Department online learning during COVID by purchasing a computer program for all math students. Learn More

Starbucks

With special appreciation to the Del Mar Highlands Starbucks location for their bottomless support. 

Our story begins in 1971 along the cobblestone streets of Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market.   Learn More

Sweat Curcuit

Sweat Circuit – Unlock your potential.  

Sweat Circuit delivers results. Our unique, effective strength and endurance circuits are designed to build strength and replace fat with lean muscle. Our mission is to know our client’s reason for attending class and how to help them achieve their goals. Our trainers are much more than class facilitators. We take the best aspects of personal training and combine it with the fun and camaraderie of a group setting.

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“So what is great? Great is to be inspired by a field trip to a Fortune 500 business and learning about what their future selves could be, first hand.”

David Loseke, President TPHSF

Managing Director, First Republic Bank

Why You Should Become a Corporate Sponsor

We are not raising kids, we are raising young adults. So what does that take? It takes a strong generous community, where expectations are high, and where they not only feel supported but are supported with the tools and experiences that create a world class environment–that gives them the chance to be great adults. Where teachers have resources for an immersive and enriching learning environment, where guitars are not shared but are in abundance, where costumes and uniforms are available, and where coaches and instructors are experienced and dedicated.

There are no more formative years than those in high school. It’s where our teenagers find themselves, where they start to see who they might become, and where…finally…they start demanding more of themselves. With that, they become employees, business owners and citizen contributors to San Diego’s future.