Impacting Academics, Activities, Arts and Athletics

What is the School Boosters?

A parent support organization that provides supplementary funding for the four A’s.

Grants fill the needs of everything from basic supplies such as chairs, sheet music, white boards, resource materials, software and sports equipment to special assemblies, teacher training, cameras and computer equipment.

Why do we need your support?

CdM relies on funding from the School Boosters to fill the gap where district funding falls short. School Boosters funds make an immediate impact on the quality of student life and education at CdM.

How do you benefit?

Your donation is tax deductible. Tax ID #33-0325562. Other than direct costs of mailing, postage and similar expenses, all donations go directly to CDM programs.

You can designate a portion of your donation (anything over $150) to your choice of student activity, academic department, arts, or athletic team.

Super Boosters will receive four athletics passes and Sea King Boosters will receive two athletics passes good for one admission each to all home athletic events (excluding CIF Playoffs and Battle of the Bay games).

Your child experiences a better CdM.

Where did your donations go last year?

Support based on specific teacher request for the Science, Physics, Biology, Math, English, Psychology, P.E. and Language Departments as well as Staff Development and Special Education.

Funds were provided to meet the needs of PAL, Youth and Government, field trips, and Booster annual student awards.

Often matched by team fundraising efforts, needs were met for both boys and girls athletics and covered a variety of sports including tennis, water polo, basketball, football, volleyball, baseball, lacrosse, soccer and golf.

Requests filled for the Drama, Dance, Music and Art Departments

The Corona del Mar Boosters are hard at work providing funding for the immediate needs of students, classrooms, and teachers that occur during the school year.

Video courtesy Tatiana Bruening & Morgan Morgan III, CDM Students