Celebrating Norwin's Past and Supporting Its Future
We help current and future generations of Norwin students achieve the most out of their education.
The Norwin School District Community Foundation works to help Norwin teachers, parents, and students benefit further from their education through grants, scholarship programs, community outreach, and more.
Dan Priatko, ‘80 was honored as one of Norwin’s Distinguished Alumni in 2018. Many of you know Dan Priatko and his compelling life story. A Norwin High School and United States Military Academy graduate, Dan was critically injured in an automobile accident while on a return trip home from visiting West Point. Dan has never given up, and he continues to be an inspiration to many.
Have you wished there were ways to support Norwin academics like we do athletics? Well, read on and we can make your wish come true.
Annually, during the week of Norwin’s Homecoming Celebration, the Norwin School District Community Foundation sponsors the Days of Giving (DoG) to raise funds to support Norwin’s students and programs.
We are pleased to announce that this year’s scholarship recipient is Kailee Scalise.
Ms. Scalise plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh’s College of Business, and the Norwin Alumni & Friends Association wishes her the best of luck and looks forward to seeing her succeed.
Thanks to the overwhelming support of the Norwin community through the purchase of our Veteran’s Day t-shirts last fall, we’re proud to announce that we were able to make a donation to the Pittsburgh chapter of Pets for Vets.
The Pittsburgh chapter of Pets for Vets is part of Animal Friends, a non-profit companion animal resource center founded in 1943 to provide a safe refuge for the animal companions of soldiers as they left for World War II.