The Ballard Performing Arts Booster Club helps to raise funds to support the students and directors of all performing arts programs. The annual fee goes to the Associated Student Body (ASB) fund. The Music Department annual fee covers the cost of our operating expenses—sheet music, festival fees, transportation, t-shirts,instrument repair, and uniform cleaning and maintenance. ASB funds cannot be spent to pay for coaches, clinicians or guest instructors. These items, along with student scholarships, are the bulk of the BHS Performing Arts Booster Club budget. Funds for this budget come from our fundraising events,matching funds, sponsorships, merchandise sales, and passive fundraising. The Booster Club also sponsors fundraising events for students to help raise money for their student accounts. Details of each of these platforms are included through links on the left of this page.
Watch the weekly Ballard High School Performance Report email for specific dates and details of upcoming events.
Current Fundraising Events:
Take a Seat Campaign
Give a Gift that Stands (or rather, seats) the Test of Time.
“Buy” a seat in the Performing Arts Center for $50 and we will place a plaque with your name on the arm. You can use the opportunity to remember a loved one, print a favorite verse or name of a performer, or simply mark your thoughtfulness. These funds will contribute
significantly to the Ballard High School theatre. 400 seats are available. Don’t be left standing … choose your seat TODAY!
Student Fundraising Opportunity
Car Wash Tickets
The Ballard Wind Ensemble has been accepted into the "New York International Music Festival" that will take place April 8-12,
2017. Ballard is one of six high school groups selected from around the world. These groups will be joined by two showcase university groups. The BHS students will be participating in fundraisers to help raise funds for this trip.
Brown Bear Tickets are good for one "Beary Clean" car wash at any Brown Bear Car Wash tunnel location. Tickets are to be sold for $7.00 (an $8 value). For each ticket sold, $5.50 goes directly into students accounts. Students who wish to obtain tickets should contact Carolyn Dunn.