Keep the music playing at SRHS – Donate Now

While the students provide the talent, there is a great deal of volunteer time and financial resources needed as well. 

The SRHS Music Boosters provide both volunteer and financial support to the SRHS Music program. We all know playing an instrument is expensive, from annual upkeep to regular consumables, such as reeds and sheet music.

How much should I donate?

Because you and your student(s) have the right to free public education, your voluntary donation is optional but would be greatly appreciated. How much to donate is a personal decision, but our current estimate for one student for the school year/per ensemble is Orchestra: $200, Concert Band: $200, Marching Band & Color Guard: $250, and Winter Guard: $300 (These numbers do not include any transportation fees).

Don’t forget to ask your employer if they match employees’ donations to eligible nonprofits!

How are donations used?

Expenses include ensemble festivals, music/curriculum, online theory training software, repairing and purchasing school-owned instruments, purchase of necessary equipment, music licensing fees, tournament entry fees, and more!

Why should I donate to SRHS Music Boosters?

SRHS Music Boosters is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Every donation makes a difference, and your support enables SRHS students to further enrich their musical and performance experiences.

Love the Music Program and want to donate your time? We welcome volunteers! Learn More

* The Constitution of the State of California requires that we provide a public education to you free of charge. Your right to a free education is for all school/educational activities, whether curricular or extracurricular, and whether you get a grade for the activity or class. Subject to certain exceptions, your right to a free public education means we cannot require you or your family to purchase materials, supplies, equipment, or uniforms for any school activity, nor can we require you or your family to pay security deposits for access, participation, materials, or requirement. You may be required to attend a fundraising event; however, if you are unable to raise funds for the event, you will not be prevented from participating in an educational activity. For more information visit the SDUSD Website.