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Continuing the Legacy

Discover the ongoing impact of the Backpack Buddies program at Transylvania County Schools Education Foundation. From packing over 300 meal packages during Christmas to expanding our reach in Spring 2024, learn how community collaboration and generous donations continue to support the nutritional needs of our students throughout the year. Watch our video to see how together, we’re making a difference.

BackPack Buddies

                   BackPack Buddies Program Supporting Our Students & FamiliesWithout local support, some students would not receive a weekly food pack, and no students would receive holiday packs that go out...

TCSEF Continues Advocacy in Spite of Covid-19

TCSEF Continues Advocacy in Spite of Covid-19

 In spite of the necessary cancellation of this year’s Taste of Transylvania, the Transylvania County Schools Education Foundation (TCSEF) continues its mission to promote, develop, and encourage public and private support of Transylvania County Schools and its goals...

TCSEF Welcomes New Executive Director

TCSEF Welcomes New Executive Director

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...

Brighton McConnell Receives 2018 Tinsley Journalism Scholarship

Brighton McConnell Receives 2018 Tinsley Journalism Scholarship

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...

Creative Class Room Grant Recipients

Creative Class Room Grant Recipients

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...