Brainerd Public Schools FOUNDATION

The VISION of the Brainerd Public Schools Foundation is for the young people of the Brainerd Lakes Area to have the finest educational opportunities possible to enable all individuals to reach their full potential as learners, participants, citizens, artists, athletes and contributors to our community and the whole of society.

The MISSION of the Brainerd Public Schools Foundation is to enhance opportunities for quality academics, arts, activities and athletics for the students of the Brainerd Public School District.

Upcoming events

  • 29 Sep 2017

    Distinguished Achievement Hall of Fame

    The Distinguished Achievement Hall of Fame Banquet will take place on September 29, 2017 at Grandview Lodge in Nisswa.  You…
  • 30 Sep 2017

    Warrior Homecoming Run

    SAVE THE DATE! BPSF will again be partnering with the the Warrior Nordic Ski Team & Karma Race Management to…

ARE YOU ON THE LIST?

Sherri, Laura, and JessicaBy joining our list, you are making a difference in our schools. You are helping to enhance opportunities for quality academics, arts, activities, and athletics for the students of the Brainerd Public Schools.  ADD ME TO THE NEW 2017/18 LIST! During the 2016/17 school year, together we put $48k back in to our schools through 4A Grants and over $102k in scholarships to graduating seniors!  LIST HERE

Thank you!
We really can’t say it enough – so we’ll say it again. Thank you. We have the best group of donors and supporters that we could ask for, and it’s because of you that we have been so successful again this year!
Many Thanks,
Jessica, Amber & the BPSF Board of Directors

Class of 1969 Scholarship Fundclass of 69 yearbook image

Giving back to the community by assisting our future leaders.   Susan Koering, Class of 1969

By awarding a high school student a family scholarship each year I have seen the impact this has made on their lives.  This has brought me to bringing forth the idea for our class to make this also happen. The classes of 1945, 1946, 1954, and 1974 each have one in place.  I have seen the smiles and appreciation on their faces when their name is called at the high school recognition night in May each year.

How can this happen? The Brainerd Public Schools Foundation (BPSF) has endowments for this purpose. A few classmates have met to review this process. If we can raise $12,500 by late 2018 we can award our first scholarship of $500 to a student the year of our 50th class reunion. How nice this would be.  A time to pay it forward.  Donations are tax-deductible. DONATE NOW!

Any questions contact me at smkoering@yahoo.com or Sue Mortenson at mortniss@nisswa.net.

JOIN US AS A VOLUNTEER.