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Stanford Online High School's unique education model creates more robust opportunities for students, instructors, and staff through the Annual Fund.
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Giving to Stanford OHS

The Stanford OHS community believes in the power of giving back. This year's Annual Fund campaign is about participation and support for the school at whatever giving level is meaningful for your family. Every gift makes a difference, no matter the amount.


Support Our Stanford OHS Community

All funds are put towards enhancing student’s experience both academically and socially. We do not use the annual fund to bridge tuition gaps. 

Purpose of Annual Fund money:

  • Build and support Stanford OHS community in a changing environment
  • Support student life initiatives
  • Promote curriculum innovation and professional development

This Year's Campaign Goal: 100% Participation

This year has impacted many Stanford OHS families. We encourage every family to contribute and make a donation to the Annual Fund that is meaningful to their situation. Every single donation, whether $10 or $10,000 will demonstrate support towards Stanford OHS, and an appreciation for the unique education that our students are fortunate to be able to maintain in this unprecedented year. 

Ways to Give

Stanford University is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and your gift may be tax deductible.

Make a One-Time Donation Today

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Set Up a Recurring Donation

There is now an option to make a recurring gift by credit card.

Give by Phone

  • Call 650-724-0627, Monday – Friday, 8am to 5pm Pacific Time.
  • Specify that your gift is for:
    Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies—Online High School.

Give by Mail

  • Personal Check, Cashier's Check, or Money Order are accepted.
  • Mail your gift to Gift Processing, P.O. Box 20466, Stanford, CA 94309.
  • Make all checks payable to Stanford University and include Stanford Online High School as the gift designation.

Employer Matching. Did you know?

Many employers will match charitable contributions made by their employees. Request a matching gift form from your employer and send it completed and signed with your gift. The benefit of your gift to Stanford OHS may be doubled or possibly tripled.

Annual Fund Committees

The Annual Fund is a volunteer, parent-led initiative. This year, we have a great parent committee representing every grade level, enrollment status, and those from all across the world.

Parent Committee

  • Michelle Wright and Suma Nulu, co-chairs
  • Lynn Auslander
  • Aditi Bhanot
  • Rohit Bhanot
  • Kavita Char
  • Iryna Chrysafis
  • Queenlee Foo
  • Roberta Goncalves
  • Karen Goud
  • Lisa Haukom
  • Julie Margaret Hogben
  • Melissa Huml
  • Annett Kuester
  • Ping Liu
  • Stephanie Lynch
  • Cathleen Nathanson
  • Jennifer North
  • Catherine Noviello
  • Ayelet Gal-On
  • Arvinder Oswal
  • Karen Park
  • Florin Sandru
  • Meera Scarrow
  • Helen Tung
  • Laura Tussing
  • Meera Venkataraman
  • Meaghan Williams
  • Anneliese Wyler
  • Jamin Yu

School Committee

  • Dr. Tomohiro Hoshi, Head of School
  • Josh Carlson, Director of Business Operations
  • Meg Lamont, Assistant Head of School
  • Shifra Light, Financial Analyst
  • Louise Schultze, Marketing and Outreach Specialist
  • Jonathan Weil, Division Head of Core

We are so grateful for your support and no gift is too small. Many hands make a difference!

Thank You, Annual Fund!

Mount Wilson Observatory Research Trip

The Stanford OHS Annual fund sponsored Kalée Tock to attend several conferences, making it possible for her to incorporate current research into her astrophysics course. Conference attendance also facilitates the formation of connections with astronomers and researchers who are now supporting Stanford OHS students in their spring seminar astrophysics research projects. Kalée attended the Mt. Wilson Observatory in Pasadena, the Society for Astronomical Sciences in Ontario, California, and the NASA Citizen Science conference in Tucson, Arizona.