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 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 of two 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 or who produce theme baskets for the spring auction.
How can I get involved with the Maury Booster Association?
Click on the Volunteer Tab on our web site and fill out the online volunteer form.
You can volunteer to help with our main fundraising projects:
The November through April monthly fruit sale. We need volunteers work monthly fruit pick ups at Maury High School.