The Kaiser Woodland Schools Foundation supports interactive, cutting-edge Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) instruction for the students at Kaiser and Woodland elementary schools.


The Foundation’s supplementary science programming is made possible by generous community support: parents, teachers, administrators, business leaders, private grants, and science advocates. Learn what you can do to get involved.


Kaiser’s fifth grade students participate in the state’s annual STAR testing in science. Every year since the Foundation began supporting and supplementing the Kaiser and Woodland STEM curriculum, more than three-quarters of Kaiser’s fifth grade students have scored proficient or above on the STAR test.


The Foundation is committed to supporting and advancing our schools’ rich history of excellence in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.

Learn more about the history of the Kaiser Woodland Schools Foundation.



The Kaiser Woodland Schools Foundation is pleased to offer scholarships to high school seniors at Newport Harbor High School who attended Woodland and/or Kaiser and plan to pursue a science related major in college. 


If you are a graduating senior, please contact us to learn more and to apply.


Congratulations to past winners!


2016 – Cory Robertson

Cory is attending the University of California, Riverside’s Bourns College of Engineering, to study Mechanical Engineering, with a possible minor in Computer Science or Biology.


2014 – Andres Zourelli


2013 – Allison Molstad, Karina Well