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Celebrating the 1st Annual Homewood Grown Event

The Foundation celebrated its 20-year anniversary with a successful outdoor event on Thursday, April 3rd. Thanks to the support of our corporate sponsors, parents, alumni and teachers, the event captured the essence of what it truly means to be "Homewood Grown".

HHS ranked nationally as a challenging school

Homewood High School has been named one of America’s Most Challenging High Schools by The Washington Post. Only seven high schools in Alabama were ranked, and Homewood High School was ranked fifth in the state.

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Planting the Seeds for Success

Homewood is a great place to live, to work and to raise a family, in large part because of the quality of our school system. The Homewood City Schools Foundation knows what a special place it is that we call home.

Our mission is to raise funds to enhance the educational experience for all Homewood City School students. Student by student, classroom by classroom, school by school, we are making a difference in our community and our world. Won’t you support us? Join our online community now.

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Lisa Lorino – Shades Cahaba Elementary School Teacher Impact Award Winner video

Enjoy the video: LISA LORINO – TEACHER IMPACT AWARD WINNER VIDEO  of the Shades Cahaba Elementary School Teacher Impact Award Winner, Lisa Lorino.

Lisa teaches 3rd grade at Shades Cahaba and makes such an impact by allowing children to learn in the most unique and creative ways possible.

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HCSF Night Out at La Bamba Mexican Grill in Edgewood

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Homewood City Schools Foundation!

Wednesday Night, April 16 (3 to 9)

La Bamba Grill will donate 15% of gross sales to the Foundation!

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Hall Kent Elementary Teacher Impact Award winner video – Lisa Littlejohn

Lisa Littlejohn Teacher Impact video

The Teacher Impact Award winner from Hall Kent Elementary School was the Enrichment teacher, Lisa Littlejohn.

Check out this amazing video portraying how the children at Hall Kent are indeed enriched with her investment in teaching young people.

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