Constantine Area Community Foundation
A geographic affiliate of the Sturgis Area Community Foundation offering grants, scholarships, and donor services
Each year, graduates of Constantine High School are eligible for scholarships through both the Constantine Area Community Foundation and Sturgis Area Community Foundation. Applications are due annually in March. For more information or to complete an application, click here.
Funds of the Constantine Area Community Foundation
Fund for Constantine
Constantine School Endowment Fund
Edwin & Marguerite Haines Memorial Fund
Harold & Jean Dickinson (Mann) & Karen Heimann Healthcare Endowment Fund
Jack and Carol Deller Scholarship Fund
Virginia Langworthy Wyman Math Scholarship Fund
Youth Advisory Council Fund of Constantine
Carlson Constantine Education Fund
Constantine Area Community Foundation by the numbers
Years Serving the Community
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Kathy Messner, President
Constantine Area Community Foundation Advisory Board
Constantine Special Events
Constantine High School
Geometry Mini-Golf Course
Constantine High School's geometry classes are teaming up with the Advanced Wood Shop students to create a Geometry Mini Putt-Putt Golf Course. The grant given provides the materials to physically make the course. The students will apply what they have learned about angles in class to figure out ways to make holes-in-one for the actual course on each hole. Specifically, the students will be utilizing transformational geometry to golf. The project will require 37 students from both disciplines to finish.
Constantine Public Schools
Instruments for Riverside
Constantine Riverside Elementary School will expand its music program which serves 3rd through 5th grades. Currently, the 5th-grade students learn the ukulele, but the third and fourth-grade students do not have an instrument to learn. Recently, the Constantine Area Community Foundation has provided a grant to purchase bucket drums for the 3rd-grade music curriculum and recorders for the 4th-grade curriculum. The purchase of these instruments will enrich the musical growth of students moving through Constantine Public Schools for years to come.