All students deserve the opportunity to soar!

Riverview Educational Foundation helps innovation happen by providing students opportunities to research, discover, create, communicate and enhance learning.

Riverview Educational Foundation

PO Box 186

Oakmont, PA 15139


Riverview Educational Foundation's Commitments to the Riverview School District 

"All architecture is shelter, all great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space."

Philip Johnson

Commitment to: Upgrading, Acquiring, Building

Riverview Educational Foundation will assist in raising funds to improve and build learning spaces that support innovative projects: $2 million.

Riverview High School is uniquely placed on water, atop the shores of the Allegheny River. Dark Hollow Woods offers nearby and unique learning opportunities. As science, technology, engineering and environmental studies take on even more importance in the world we look to the district’s natural resources as opportunities for everyday excellence and ways to help innovation happen.

Imagine teachers and students being able to step outside the school door and use outdoor classrooms and docks to engage with the actual environments they are learning about in textbooks. As technology changes daily, we need to reimagine learning tools and the instructional spaces necessary to nurture the minds of our exceptional students.

More and more research demonstrates that Music and Fine Arts are central to students’ educational development. A multipurpose facility on the Allegheny River would provide a setting where students perform, learn and become an innovative force in our modern, dynamic world.


Your donation is more than a tax deduction—it’s a commitment to students, to the future of the Oakmont and Verona communities and the world beyond. Your support is a concrete gesture that will impact generations to come. Please solidify your legacy today.

Help fund:

  • An art/science/community space—purchase and renovate a building—possibly on the banks of the Allegheny River 
  • Outdoor classrooms near the Allegheny River and in Dark Hollow Woods
  • Docks on the Allegheny River for research and water access

Please donate now.