Education Foundation is the
parent organization of CHS Alumni Association and Cavalier Endowment
Chillicothe Education Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation. Our
mission is to provide financial support for scholarships and enriched
educational programs for the staff and students of Chillicothe City
vision is to prepare and challenge our students for the 21st Century by
the year 2001. We will provide projects that include scholarships,
chairs of excellence, classroom projects preschool-12, and capital
improvements. We will accomplish our vision by establishing an endowment
of $500,000 through various financial streams.
Board Members Effective 07/28/2015
Tamra Hitchens Lowe, '84
Chairman: David Blosser '67
Treasurer: John L Wilson '58
Linda Byers Hill '69
Members: Toni Harris '68, Julie Coleman-Park '93, Thomas Spetnagel Jr. '00, Jim Crabtree "66 Cheri Shipley '66, Kelley Deavers '73, Robert Hitchens '82
ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND
the year2015 the Chillicothe Education Foundation established the
Cavalier Endowment Scholarship Fund. This fund enables future CHS
graduates to pursue postsecondary education and to support faculty of
Chillicothe City Schools who want to continue their scholarly pursuits.
question to be asked is "How strong is the current that runs between a
child and a community?" As alumni, we were enlightened by our years at
. Special teachers who took the time
to ignite our love of learning inspired us. In gratitude, we can
brighten the lamp of learning and help CHS graduates & Chillicothe City Schools faculty achieve their
many CHS students and faculty, financial restrictions curtail these
community and alumni of
can provide a greater source of
illumination that will linger in a graduate long after the initial flame
is ignited. We want to encourage students to look beyond their high
school years and faculty to continue their pursuit of learning. The
Cavalier Endowment will provide substantial scholarships to CHS
graduates and faculty.
and bequests will be managed and invested by Board of Trustees and
Cavalier Endowment Treasurer as specified by the CEF. When assets reach
$500,000 interest monies will begin funding scholarships. Contributions
to the Scholarship Fund may be made in single payment, yearly pledge,
and through wills, trusts and insurance policies. Some individuals may
qualify for tax advantages since CEF is a 501(c) (3) corporation to
which gifts are tax deductible. The CEF will be happy to provide
additional tax information. Donors should also
discuss their plans with their personal legal and financial consultants.
the Chillicothe Education Foundation for more information at
421 Yoctangee Pkwy.
(740) 702-2287 ext 16277, Linda Byers Hill or cell # 740 998-2611
CHS students know they can receive substantial scholarships from their
community, they are likely to be motivated to excel in academics.
support by alumni will help
faculty realize their hopes
and dreams for continuing scholarly pursuits.
for academic achievement can radiate through the entire
community, increasing respect for citizenry.
well-educated community provides a strong economic base on which future
generations will build.
people hear the name
, we want them to think of