Andy Koors Giving Week February 18 - 24

Because he gave, we can give.

Help us continue his legacy of generosity.


The Batesville Community Education Foundation benefits Batesville through engaging yet practical school programs that go beyond the basics.

BCEF was established to provide additional funding for innovative learning opportunities that go beyond the basics in academics, athletics, and the arts in the Batesville public schools, enhancing the educational environment for all students. Read more.


2017-18 Platinum Level Sponsors



See a complete list of our sponsors here.


2018 Andy Koors Legacy Fund Recipients Chosen

BCEF is pleased to announce that the first recipients in a new foundation program to assist BHS students who want to study abroad during high school have been chosen.

Camille Farwick and Katherine Poltrack were chosen to each receive $2500 toward their program fees for the Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Language. This program sends qualified high school students abroad for the summer to further their study of foreign language and to be immersed in another culture.

Read more here.

Alumni Spotlight

Bryce Mullins - Class of 2008

Check out our next installment of Alumni Spotlight, as we catch up with 2008 BHS graduate Bryce Mullins, a professional guitarist.



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How Public Schools Are Funded

How Public Schools Are Funded

Why the Batesville Community Needs BCEF

Stretching the dollars as far as they can go, the schools have little left for unique opportunities such as practical, hands-on experiences and real-world exploration. This is where BCEF steps in, funding programs like the cutting-edge flexible learning spaces initiative and equipment for the popular and effective Project Lead the Way engineering courses. Continue reading.

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