Hatboro-Horsham
Educational Foundation

Enriching Education • Sparking Innovation • Delivering the Extraordinary

To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.

press to zoom
press to zoom
press to zoom
press to zoom
press to zoom
press to zoom
press to zoom
press to zoom
press to zoom
press to zoom

Stay Informed

HHEF News & Events

Matt de la Pena.jpg

Matt de la Pena. 
Author-in-Residence

October 14 at 7 pm

On October 14 at 7pm, the HHEF will welcome writer of children's books and novels for young adults Matt de la Peña

 

In his talk "How a Reluctant Reader Became a Bestselling Author", Matt de la Peña speaks to audiences of all ages about the profound impact of creativity and literacy. A self-professed "reluctant reader" as a child, de la Peña didn’t fall for books until he began attending college on a basketball scholarship. This defining moment started him on a remarkable path that would eventually have his stories reaching readers of all ages.

 

HHEF is delighted to offer this program free of charge.

Registration is required. 

Register Here!

Glowforge PopUp SBY.jpg

Glowforge
Customize Your Ornament

October-November

The HHEF is excited to invite the HH community to experience the newest technology added to the Keith Valley Middle School Library Makerspace, the Glowforge Laser Printer. Foundation funds for the Glowforge were awarded to KV librarian Lisa Quinn via our Innovative Learning Grants Program. The Glowforge is a 3D laser printer used to cut and engrave custom designs into wood. As we anticipate the holiday season, we're offering families the chance to have your child create a uniquely customized ornament or magnet. 

 

Orders will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis through November 4. 

Learn more and order here

Broadway Masterclass Series Fall 2021 copy FOR WEBSITE NEWS.jpg

Broadway Masterclasses
 

2021-2022

The Broadway Masterclass Series is back!!!

Sign Up!!! ALL students grades 6-12 are invited to sign up for FREE Broadway Masterclasses. The HHEF and the Hatboro-Horsham Theater Club are so excited to host artists to work with our students in a variety of ways! Dancing, singing, coaching, and technical theater, there’s something for everyone. Taught by Broadway performers, students will get an opportunity to learn about what it takes to perform on Broadway. This is a chance of a lifetime.


Sign up now and don’t miss out!!!

Organized by Broadway performer and HHSD alum Sara Gallo, this series of one hour classes is being offered at no charge to our high school and middle school students.

Sign up here!

Enhancing the Learning Experience

Our Mission

“The Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation partners with the community, businesses, and the Hatboro-Horsham School District to provide inspiring programs and innovative learning grants to enhance the educational experience for all students.”

Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation

Our commitment to

Hatboro-Horsham students

Who We Are

Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation

Offering innovative educational experiences

What We Do

Explore the many ways you can support the HHEF

How You Can Help

Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation
 
 
hatfed
janssen
CommScope
ametek
SW
phillyinsu
Asplundh
verizon
WM
Montco Fnd
BBT_Truist_Halo_vrt_CMYK
Commonwealth
Talamore logo
dhuy
Graham company logo
Prudential JV
zeo
Sam Italian
Rotary for Greyscale
alura
CBS
HHEA Logo
Schradergroup

Contact Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation

229 Meetinghouse Rd Horsham PA, 19044

(215) 420-5261

  • facebook
  • twitter

Your details were sent successfully!

Chairty Drive