Senior Class Fundraising

By the time senior year rolls around, most students start to feel nostalgic about the school they’ve spent the last 4 years in. Some senior classes hold a fundraiser to do something for the school that will still be there long after they are gone, like a new trophy case, some kind of monument, new flag pole or a new school sign. Other senior classes hold a fundraiser in support of a fellow student in need or a local charity, or just for a big send-off party for their classmates.

One of the biggest decisions is often deciding what type of fundraiser to do. In Victor, NY, The Victor High School Graduating Class held a restaurant night fundraiser at a local pizzeria to support the upcoming Senior Bash celebration. In Massachusetts, a Winchester High senior was named Mr. WHS at the 11th annual Mr. WHS male pageant fundraiser for the senior class account, which helps fund the senior prom, class reunions and the senior class gift. Fundraisers by other Senior classes include comedy nights, head shaving, trivia nights, candy grams, concerts, thons, and restaurant nights, spinning classes, raffles, dating games, product sales, car washes, yoga classes and donation jars.

Check out our complete list of fundraising products and do-it-yourself fundraising ideas for your next senior class fundraiser.

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Do-It-Yourself Senior Class Fundraiser

You can also choose from a wide variety of senior class DIY fundraising ideas to supplement your program. How about Barrels for Education, Toilet Seat Toss, Lazy Boy Day, Balloon-o-Grams, or thons of every type? Perhaps one of these successful and creative ideas can be adapted for your class fundraiser.

Reserved Parking – The Student Council at Bastrop (Texas) High School came up with a fundraising project that capitalizes on the desire every student who drives to school has to be able to find a parking space close to the building. Read more…

Rappin’ Teacher – For this fundraiser, several teachers volunteered to rap with the Wildcat, our school mascot. About a week before our pep-rally, we put the teacher’s names on jars and sold tickets to our classmates for a dollar a ticket. On the day of the pep-rally we counted up the totals & called out the name of the teacher that had the most tickets. Read more…

Arrest a Fan – A high school group sold tickets all week at school before the homecoming football game and during the game for $5.00 for a fundraiser. The tickets were papers they printed out with the student’s name that was purchasing and the student’s name that the purchaser wished to have arrested. During the game they would have a volunteer police officer in uniform with the help of students randomly arrest the students during the game. Read more…