The Irvine Public Schools Foundation (IPSF) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to enrich the educational experience of every child in every school. Founded in 1996 by concerned parents and Irvine community leaders, the IPSF works to provide students with the resources they need to succeed. Through its fundraising initiatives and complementary programs, the IPSF strives to ensure that every child in every school has access to an enriched educational experience. The IPSF offers a range of educational programs to complement the district's curriculum and improve the educational experience for students. These include summer classes for elementary to high school students in areas such as art, music, science, physical conditioning, mathematics, reading and writing, cooking, theater, and technology.
Additionally, the STEM CubeSat program provides STEM educational resources to high school students with the intention of inspiring the next generation of innovative thinkers, creators, programmers and explorers. The IPSF is dedicated to uniting the community in support of educational excellence. Through its fundraising initiatives and complementary programs, the IPSF is helping to create a brighter future for all students in Irvine. By providing programs, raising funds, and uniting the community in support of educational excellence, the IPSF is working towards its mission of enriching the educational experience of every child in every school.