Seven Hills is fueled by parent involvement. Our extraordinary parent volunteers work in the classroom, chaperone on field trips, plan and execute more than 35 campus events, chauffeur sports teams, provide strategic counsel to administrative staff, serve on the Board of Trustees, and offer professional services.
Beyond volunteer hours, they are also generous in our Annual Fund and other fundraising initiatives. Not only do these monies contribute to the school’s operating budget, they help us achieve programmatic improvements and campus growth. Seven Hills’ financial strength is in direct proportion to the generosity of our parent community. The spirit of philanthropy is alive at Seven Hills!
Seven Hills parents are also our greatest ambassadors. On the soccer sidelines, at the neighborhood pool, and around town, if you run into Seven Hills parents, ask them what their family's Seven Hills experience has been. And watch out, they may try to recruit you.
Parent Involvement Association (PIA)
The Parent Involvement Association (PIA) is the unified parent organization for our Seven Hills “neighborhood.” The purpose of the PIA is to:
• Build community and organize the school's non-academic activities that enrich the Seven Hills experience for students, parents, faculty, and staff;
• Provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, issues, and concerns; and
• Engage in volunteerism and fundraising activities to support Seven Hills initiatives.
The PIA works with our parents to continue or discover the joy of volunteering. Our parents have the opportunity to sign up for one of the 30+ committees organized by the PIA. From the Halloween Festival to Support-A-Family, from the fun annual auction to the Parent Lecture Series, volunteer opportunities are as diverse as the parents who take advantage of them, with plenty of opportunities for working parents to contribute.
All members of the Seven Hills Community are encouraged to join us for our monthly PIA meetings, typically held the first Tuesday of every month at 8:30am to hear about upcoming PIA events, how to get involved, and parent education topics.