Rosemount High School Foundation

A nonprofit organization

47 donors


The RHS Foundation is made up of a small group of individuals with the passion to make Rosemount and the community a better place for our students and teachers. Our current board is comprised of parents of current and former Rosemount High School students, and parents of current and incoming middle and elementary students.

We operate on a grant request basis with submissions received from teachers and administrators to provide students experiences that go beyond what could otherwise be provided with existing district funds.

What We Support

We support programs that enhance and enrich the lives and educational experiences of students in the Rosemount community. We also fund select scholarships and facilitate others for graduating seniors.

We fund projects in the schools that help as many students as possible across our schools and are driven by the district’s Triple A Philosophy of providing opportunities in Academics, Arts and Athletics. We have funded projects ranging from the English Department to the Computer Lab, and from Physical Education to the Graphic Arts.

We also support projects that touch the educational community beyond any one department. We have provided funds for the innovative outdoor classroom at RHS, pre-prom car crash simulations, the counseling department’s emergency fund for students in need, the JAM after school academic help program and others.

Future Programs

As we move forward, our focus remains on impacting as many students as possible.  Exciting projects being considered for the near future include increased funding for student-led clubs in our schools, and expanding the reach of the JAM program to ensure more students’ success.

The 50+ student led clubs at RHS and RMS receive no district funding, any funds needed are raised by the students or paid by families. The RHS Foundation believes reducing those barriers will allow more students to create or participate in clubs and activities, explore interests and passions outside the traditional classroom, and find a sense of belonging.

Attendance at the JAM afterschool program has grown from a handful of students in 2019 to more than 60 or 70 in regular attendance this year.  The teachers and students who tutor, as well as the students searching for academic assistance, can use more support as this program continues to grow and student outcomes continue to improve.

Organization Data


Organization name

Rosemount High School Foundation

Tax id (EIN)





3335 142ND ST W