Thank You!

We would like to send a huge thank you to our sponsors: Thrive Community Fitness, DLR Group, Forma Construction, Pipe Construction, OAC, Skanska, Cayce Grove Law Offices, Cloud 9 Sports, Pinnacle Medical Wellness, Proliance Orthopedic Associates, Vision Source, and the Tahoma High and Junior High PTA.

And also thank you to the community and all those who attended the Wizards event!

Due to the overwhelming support from our community we raised enough to meet our goal to fully fund the inaugural Kindergarten Camp program in August, for ALL local elementary schools! We are so proud of the Maple valley community and can’t wait to do more for Tahoma Schools.

Stay tuned for details on an upcoming information session on how you can get involved in our fundraising and planning. Thank you so much!


Tahoma High School We the People team earns first Place!

Tahoma High School We the People team in Olympia, WAThe Tahoma High School We the People team has once again earned first place in Washington state, and the honor of representing Tahoma against schools from across the country.

On Saturday, Jan. 9, the team competed at the state capitol in Olympia. The national contest will take place in Washington D.C. at the end of April.

“They have been at this since June,” adviser Gretchen Wulfing said. “Their work ethic has been inspiring and their performance, articulately applying constitutional principles, was exceptional.”Continue reading “Tahoma High School We the People team earns first Place!”


Teacher and students

Recognizing that State funding did not fully support the comprehensive education Tahoma students needed to succeed in becoming “Future Ready”, the Tahoma Schools Foundation was formed as a non-profit organization in 1989 by a group of business owners within the Tahoma School District. The purpose of the Tahoma Schools Foundation was, and remains, to provide supplementary support for a range of needs and opportunities for students not otherwise available.

Since that time the State funding gap between “per student revenue” and the cost to meet the complex educational needs for 21st century learners continues to increase.

Many people are not aware that school districts with recognized excellent instructional programs as Tahoma in generally stable and progressive communities, and with less overall poverty than many cities receive significantly less revenue per student — particularly from the federal government. Building upon the momentum of the theme embraced overwhelmingly by the school community in recent elections that “Tahoma Kids Come First!”, the Tahoma Schools Foundation is currently increasing efforts to provide additional support for the Tahoma School District to assure that all students have a full opportunity to become “Future Ready.”

Please don’t hesitate to contact us to learn more about the Tahoma Schools Foundation, and how you can help!