Classroom & Student Enrichment

Donations to Classroom & Student Enrichment go directly to enhancing the student experience through education and student connectedness programs (and not to extracurricular sports and clubs). 

The Torrey Pines High School Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1993 to bridge the gap between what is provided by state/district funding and what will create an exceptional experience. The Foundation relies on raising money through donations and special events. 

Student Connectedness

  • Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
  • Campus Pride 
  • Challenge Days 
  • Counseling 
  • Grad Night
  • Graduation 
  • Peer Assistance Listeners
  • Student Assemblies

Academic Enrichment

Career Technical Education

  • Auto Technology 
  • Biotechnology 
  • Business 
  • Computer Science 
  • Culinary Arts 
  • Digital & Fine Arts 
  • Engineering 
  • Wood & Applied Technology
  • Video Film

Additional Programs

  • Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) College Prep
  • Computer Technology & Equipment
  • Performing Arts (Dancing, Drama, Music)
  • Publications (Falconer & Yearbook)
  • SAT / ACT Test Preparation
  • Teacher & Department mini grants

Donation Levels

LEGACY Club

$7,500 – Platinum Club Benefits + Legacy Club Recognition on Donor Wall

Platinum Club

$5,000 – Gold Club Benefits + VIP Graduation Package

Gold Club

$2,500 – Silver Club Benefits + 2 Season Pass Tickets
to all TPHS Home Games + 2 TP Fan Seat Cushions

Silver Club

$1,500 – Bronze Club Benefits + Recognition on Donor Wall

Bronze Club

$750 – Cardinal Club Benefits + 2 Tickets to Cheese & Wine Gala Event

“Without the Foundation much of what the community takes for granted simply would not be there for the students. We bridge that gap to create the exceptional social and educational experience Torrey Pines High School is known for nationally.”

– Zephyr Fletcher, Executive Director

THE BEST YEAR EVER

Our goal for all Torrey Pines High School students is to make this the Best Year Ever, and to do so we need the support of the entire community. 

There will be books and computers used for research papers, field trips embarked on to learn about history or illuminate the future,help from a tutor before the big test, moments on the stage that will be etched in memories forever, discoveries made in freshman biology and senior physics classes, and excellence achieved on the fields and courts. And so much more, provided we help make them happen and don’t limit their potential.