The Foundation’s mission is dedicated to the enrichment of educational opportunities for our students and efforts to support the Transylvania County School System.
TCSEF What We Do
The Transylvania County Schools Educational Foundation (TCSEF) exists to promote, develop, and encourage public and private support of the Transylvania County Schools (TCS) and its goals for education. TCSEF solicits contributions of any kind that benefit the students and the graduates of TCS. By providing financial support for programs and projects that are not funded through government revenues, TCSEF is a leading resource for helping to preserve, maintain, advance and enrich public education in Transylvania County.
Founded in 1989
TCSEF is a 501(c)(3)
Support Transylvania County Schools with grants, endowments and scholarships
Public School Partners
Transylvania County Schools provide exceptional learning and 21st century global preparedness through a nurturing and comprehensive educational approach that prepares children for lifelong success, responsibility, and citizenship.
How your sponsorship Helps
With an annual sponsorship, you will directly support Transylvania County Schools’ students and teachers through funds applied toward classroom grants, leadership opportunities and scholarships.
LEARN ABOUT TCSEF SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
TCSEF offers sponsorship opportunities for businesses, organizations and individuals to help provide a better educational system for our children and to provide support for our educators.
In the News
Shannon Meadows Allison Shannon is a native of western NC and a resident of Transylvania County since 2014. Born and raised in Henderson County and a fourth-generation, 2001 graduate of Hendersonville High School she values her family roots that run deep in these...
he Transylvania County Schools Educational Foundation (TCSEF) has announced Brighton McConnell, a 2015 Brevard High School graduate, as the 2018 recipient for the Jim Bob and Dottie Tinsley Journalism Scholarship, an award of $1,500. Brighton is a senior at UNC-Chapel...
A few 2018/2019 grant winners: •Amy Schoenacher and Sarah Justice from Rosman High were awarded $712 to take students to the Chihuly exhibit at the Biltmore Estate. A group of art students were able to take their trip this past May. •Third grader teacher...