Welcome Message From Our Board President
Dear Foundation Champion,
I am both humbled and inspired as I continue to walk with the Lobo Nation through these challenges we face together. Year after year, our students, teachers, parents, staff, and community come through — adapting and advancing. United, we support and elevate our amazing and resilient young adults — youth who are no strangers to adversity.
As you know, Elsie Allen High School has the highest percentage of economically disadvantaged students in our county and a significant portion are first generation. This barrier does not deter them from leveraging their intelligence, work ethic and resources to achieve their dreams. Together, we are breaking down barriers to educational equity and transitioning our youth to take their rightful places on the pathways to college and career. As we continue our transition out of this pandemic, we are very excited to reintroduce highly impactful student support programs and services around leadership development, college readiness and vocational training.
We continue to increase scholarship support annually with the Foundation awarding a record number of scholarships and funds in the 2020-2021 school year. While we are proud of the positive impacts we have been able to have on our young Lobos and community, we know we need to always strive to do better. We are actively working on our 2020-2023 Strategic Plan and constantly assessing our progress toward goals designed to maximize our positive impact on students and their futures. I am deeply grateful to our Board, our partners and supporters for making our mission possible.
If you have any question about the Foundation or would like to set up a tour to see your money in action, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we would be happy to connect. Welcome to Lobo Nation!
Vince A. Figueroa
Board President, 2020 - 2022
Who We Are
Elsie Allen High School is a family that supports learning and success for a richly diverse student body. The majority of our students are Latino but take a walk on our campus and you will hear over 20 different languages spoken. We are proud of our multi-cultural campus life! EAHS is a relatively young high school in Sonoma County but we thrive as a community that provides Career Technical Education, acclaimed Ag, Drama and Band programs among many other offerings.
Rooted in equity, we collaborate with our community to provide enriching opportunities that inspire, guide, and empower students to achieve their goals.
With community, our students move what feels impossible to ‘I am Possible’.