The Irvine Public School Foundation (IPSF) is a major nonprofit educational organization that focuses on enriching the educational experience of every child in every school. For more than seven years, IPSF has been providing classroom support and small group instruction for all students from preschool to 6th grade, as well as those who require specific interventions. IPSF is also a proud supporter of mental health initiatives across the Irvine Unified School District. IPSF's mission is to provide programs, raise funds, and unite the community in search of support.
To this end, the organization has achieved many successes over the years. For instance, IPSF was honored to found the IRVINE01 satellite, which was built by a group of students from six Irvine high schools. Additionally, IPSF has hosted the OC STEAM Fest for more than five years, bringing the world of STEAM to thousands of families. This year marks the 25th anniversary of IPSF's work to support the educational experience of every child in every school. IPSF also organizes various events throughout the year to promote education and support students from diverse backgrounds or with special needs.
On Sunday, October 16th, IPSF collaborated with Socal-Elite Sports to host the 36th annual edition of their event. On Sunday, October 22nd, IPSF partnered with Irvine Youth Sports to organize the 37th edition. Furthermore, IPSF held its fifth annual Top 100 reception on Tuesday, February 6th at The Resort at Peli. In addition to organizing events, IPSF also awards scholarships to students who exemplify leadership qualities. Each year, these scholarships are given out to deserving students who have demonstrated excellence in their studies and in their community. The Irvine Public School Foundation is devoted to providing programs and support for students from diverse backgrounds or with special needs.
Through its various initiatives and events, IPSF is helping to create a brighter future for all students in the Irvine Unified School District.