Donations in memory of Hall-of-Famers we’ve lost November 16, 2016 - Celia Sarabia Hightower, a 2014 inductee into the Sahuaro Cougar Hall of Fame passed away October 12, 2016 after a long battle with cancer. At this year’s Hall of Fame Breakfast on October 22, Celia’s husband, Penn Hightower, announced that he was donating $10,000 to the foundation in memory of Celia. In addition, Penn also pledged… Read More »
In 1992, the Sahuaro Cougar Foundation was established as a non-profit organization that raised funds to benefit the students, faculty, and alumni of Sahuaro High School. This organization was started by a group of dedicated and loyal individuals who cared about the mission and existence of Sahuaro High School. Cougar pride can be found in students, alumni, faculty and staff and the Foundation wishes to instill that pride in current and future students and those who continue to support Sahuaro High School.
The purpose of the Sahuaro Cougar Foundation is to:
- To perpetuate the history, traditions, and spirit of Sahuaro High School.
- To support the activities of its students and staff.
- To provide services to the Alumni.
- To invoke a system of honors and awards that recognizes the achievements of the students, staff, and alumni.