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.



How does a foundation help our students?

The Kaiser Woodland Schools Foundation procures resources and supplements funding for the benefit of the students.  A foundation can raise money for both long term and short term projects.

How can I support the Kaiser Woodland Schools Foundation?

Donate –

The dedicated Science instruction at both campuses is privately funded and dependent upon donations and grant support. Please consider a 10-month subscription.

Learn more.

Grants –

Does your employer offer matching grants? Do you love to write or have experience with grant writing? We need you! Learn more.

Volunteer –

The success of this organization is dependent on volunteers.   Some tasks are small and require no more effort than stuffing an envelope or sending an email.  Other tasks, like helping out at a fundraiser, may only require one or two hours on a specific date.  Foundation Board members make one and two year commitments. Learn more.

How can my business help and benefit from the Foundation?

The Foundation is always looking for community support to help provide supplies for the engineering and science programming. Contact us to learn more.

The Kaiser Woodland Schools represent nearly 1100 students and their families. Foundation Business sponsors will be featured on our website and our email correspondences. KWSF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.

Why do you need a foundation? How is it different from a PFO?

Many of the school districts throughout California are struggling financially to ensure the best education for their students. Organizations like PTA’s, PFO’s, and Foundations are formed to supplement the educational needs of their students.  A foundation adds an extra arm of support to the existing PFO and without the restrictions present in a PTA.  Funds raised by the Foundation in a single year can be invested over multiple years to fund larger projects, while still being flexible enough to address immediate needs. Learn more about why the Foundations was started.

Can I donate money to a specific project?

Some events are specifically designed to raise money for a specific need. If you would like to make a direct donation to a specific Foundation project please let us know and we make sure to allocate it accordingly.

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!


2015 – 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