Fund for the Future Endowment

In its second decade, the Foundation takes a significant step to assure that the district’s legacy of learning continues, by creating the Fund for the Future Endowment. This permanent fund will perpetuate our community’s commitment to providing every SBISD student with an outstanding education. As the endowment grows, it will provide a secure source of long-term funding for enrichment programs that will continue to benefit generations of SBISD students.

Funds donated to the endowment will become part of an enduring, ever-expanding resource to provide new opportunities for students and teachers. Income from the endowment cannot be diverted outside our district or be used for any purpose other than to enhance the quality of the educational experience for SBISD students.

There are many ways to donate:
Pledges of gifts may be paid over a three-year period
Memorials and honorariums
Matching gifts many employers will match or multiply gifts to the Endowment
Gifts of cash, securities, property
Gifts through wills or estate plans

Your donation is tax deductible. SBEF is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.

Because of your participation in the Fund for the Future Endowment, all SBISD students, regardless of economic, social, or cultural circumstances, will continue to have an unlimited opportunity for an outstanding education in order to pursue their dreams. Our community, our state, and our country will reap untold untold benefits from your support for decades to come. This is our legacy.

Today is students face an increasingly competitive world with rapid social, technological, and economic changes. Faced with ever-tougher college admission requirements, our graduates are still admitted to the nation’s most prominent universities. Faculty and volunteers, just as dedicated as in the past, face new challenges every day.

To help meet those challenges, SBISD continues to have high expectations for studentachievement.

  • More than 85% of students take the SAT and ACT exams and score consistently higher than state and national averages
  • More than half of secondary students enroll in pre-AP, AP, IB, or dual credit classes, and more than 60% of students who take AP and IB exams score at a level to earn college credits
  • 17 schools have been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as National Exemplary Blue Ribbon Schools