LINDBERGH SCHOOLS FOUNDATION
The Lindbergh Schools Foundation (LSF) is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the Lindbergh Schools’ commitment
to excellence in all facets of education.
1. Endow and administer funds that award scholarships to
Lindbergh High School students.
2. Support programs and projects in the Lindbergh Schools that
enhance the educational experience for students.
3. Strengthen the bond between the Lindbergh Schools,
their alumni and the Lindbergh community.
The Foundation was founded in 1998 by a group of Lindbergh parents who shared
a strong commitment to education, the Lindbergh Schools and especially
to the students of the Lindbergh Schools. They had the foresight to envision
a time when traditional sources of funding for public education would no longer
be adequate to meet increasingly more complex educational challenges.
The founding board realized that significant additional sources of funding would
be needed to maintain the high level of excellence that had long been a trademark of the Lindbergh Schools. They then made the commitment to lead the effort
to raise those additional funds.
The first efforts of LSF were directed toward funding college scholarships for Lindbergh High School seniors. Over the years, the Foundation Scholarship program of the Foundation has expanded to include the financial management
and administration of 16 scholarships established in the name of Lindbergh administrators, teachers, coaches or alumni, in addition to the original Foundation General Scholarship.
Funding for the Foundation General Scholarship is provided through the purchase of Spirit Bricks in the LHS Spirit Garden through the clothing collection boxes located on the LHS and Sperreng campuses, through payroll deductions from the Lindbergh staff, and through direct donations from supporters.
The Spirit of Lindbergh Fund and the Spirit of Lindbergh Teacher Grants program were established to encourage and support the efforts of district teachers who propose innovative projects to engage their students in more creative and
Since January 1, 2008, the Spirit of Lindbergh Teacher Grant Fund has grown
to over $115,000 and 36 Lindbergh teachers have received grants of up to $500.
In addition, the prestigious Spirit of Lindbergh Society boasts 19 members, each
of whom has donated a cumulative total of at least $2,000.
Board of Directors
O. Victor Lenz
Mary Glynn Meyer
Cyndi Heutel at 314-729-2400
Lindbergh Schools Foundation
attn: Cyndi Heutel
4900 S. Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63126