The Skyline Education Foundation is an organization composed of Skyline parents, staff and students that seeks to encourage, support, and recognize individual student growth and achievement at Skyline High School, including providing financial support for Skyline students to experience Advanced Placement (AP) courses. AP courses provide students with a rigorous college-level academic experience, potential for college credit and scholarships, and recognition from the AP Scholar Program. The Skyline Education Foundation pays for half of the costs of core AP exams, which totaled $17,672 and 362 exams that were supported in 2020.
One way you can support the Skyline Education Foundation is by selecting this charity whenever you order through Amazon utilizing AmazonSmile. To learn more about AmazonSmile, click here. If you would like to learn more about the Skyline Education Foundation and the Advanced Placement Program at Skyline, contact Skyline Assessment Coordinator Chris Gardner at email@example.com.