FAQ's

  • What is the Maury Booster Association?
    • It is a Group of parents, teachers, staff members and others interested in improving life at Maury High School.

 

  • When was it founded?
    • The Association's roots go back to 1976 when a group of Norfolk Girl Scouts and their leaders raised funds with a fall and winter citrus fruit sale.  In 1985 the fruit sale became a fundraiser for Maury High School, and the Booster Association was formed to run it and distribute funds.

 

  • How do I join?
    • There currently are no dues.  Anyone interested in Maury High School is considered to be a member.

 

  • What does the Booster Association do?
    • The Association raises funds to support the academic and extra-curricular programs at Maury High School.  It does this primarily through two ways:
      • A November through April fruit sale that offers fresh Florida citrus fruit and vine-ripened tomatoes to customers.
      • A spring all-school auction

 

  • How does the money the Association raises benefit the school?
    • All profits go directly to Maury High School through one oft ways:
      • Through grants made for specific projects, supplies or equipment requested by faculty, staff members, coaches or sponsors of Maury High School organizations or teams.
      • Funds also are deposited into the account of clubs, organizations and teams whose student members volunteer at the fruit sale and who produce theme baskets for the spring auction.

 

  • How can I get involved with the Maury Booster Association?
    • You can volunteer to help with our main fundraising projects:
      1. The November through April monthly fruit sale
      2. Spring auction