The Granby Education Foundation is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that supports innovative educational opportunities through our grants programs. Our mission is to fund educational initiatives that expand community involvement in education, enrich creativity and capabilities in teaching, and encourage interest in educational opportunities for Granby residents of all ages. Since our founding in 2000, the GEF has raised more than $700,000 in cash and pledges in support of education.

FALL 2021: With visionary thinking from the Granby Public Schools and strong financial backing from the Granby Education Foundation (GEF) and Al Wilke, a state-of-the-art TV studio will be built at the Granby Memorial High School beginning this fall. READ MORE

From left to right: Jennifer Parsons, assistant superintendent; Sarah Thrall, chair of Granby Board of Education; Al Wilke; Kim Becker, chair of Granby Education Foundation; Timothy Barnett, GMHS technology teacher; and Mike Dunn, GMHS principal. 

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