We are the Boosters! We are the parents and supporters of Summit High School in Bend, Oregon. If you have a student at Summit, are on staff at SHS, or have been a student at SHS, consider yourself a Booster.The Booster Mission:
To support the arts, athletics, activities and clubs at Summit High School, in pursuit of a full and enriching academic experience for every student.Why Boosters?
Helping Summit students reach new heights is what we are all about. We are the equivalent of the PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association) for SHS. The Booster Club is how parents plug in and help out. We work with the faculty and students to make Summit the best it can be.What do the Boosters do?
First, we recruit and organize volunteers to help with a variety of activities, from running concession stands to stuffing report cards. As a registered Booster supporter, you will be kept informed of the many opportunities and options that allow each of us to get involved in our own way.
Second, we raise funds to support our students' education at Summit High School. The funds raised go directly back into the school to benefit classroom needs, arts programs, clubs and activities, and athletic teams. We manage an array of fundraising programs -- and because we are a non-profit organization, most donations (financial, in-kind, etc.) are tax-deductible.
We are an active, vital organization that meets monthly to determine how we can help build a stronger school community.
So… what will YOU do to boost up Summit?
Get involved and SUPPORT BOOSTERS! REGISTER TODAY
Show your support by joining the Summit Booster Club today! It's quick and easy to fill out the on-line registration. While registering, indicate how you would like to "show" support. Time or money are both welcome and vital to the success of the Booster's programs. The more help we have, the more we can do. You can also register with the Boosters simply to stay informed about our activities and efforts through emails and/or our monthly newsletters. (Register online through the link above, or print a form to mail in, if you prefer.)