About the Foundation
The Monroe 2–Orleans Educational Foundation supports students who have taken a non-traditional path through their K-12 schooling and who plan to continue on to college or pursue career training.
What does this mean? Some students are best served by non-traditional or alternative educational programs, such as special education, career and technical education and high school equivalency (GED). These programs have offered unique supports for students in meeting requirements for graduation. There are not many scholarship opportunities for students graduating from such programs. The Foundation exists to support these students by providing financial assistance for tuition, continued specialized support and appropriate educational supplies.
we work with, but are independent of,
the monroe 2-orleans BOCES.
About the Students We Serve
The Monroe 2–Orleans Educational Foundation serves nine school districts in western Monroe and eastern Orleans counties, representing more than 34,000 students, and the communities in which they live.
The districts are: Brockport, Churchville-Chili, Gates Chili, Greece, Hilton, Holley, Kendall, Spencerport, and Wheatland-Chili.
Hear from our students on our Testimonials page.
About the Foundation Board
The Monroe 2–Orleans Educational Foundation Board meets quarterly to review the Foundation's financial status, determine scholarship awards, plan upcoming events, strategize fundraising and determine future direction. The Board includes individuals from education, both K-12 and higher education, and from the private sector. Board members are appointed to three-year terms. Should you have an interest in becoming a Foundation Board member, please send a letter of intent to the Foundation, attention Joe Kelly, President.