KWPB&S Green Schools Grant Program

The City of Winter Park’s Keep Winter Park Beautiful & Sustainable (KWPB&S) Advisory Board Green Schools Grant Program awards mini grants to schools serving Winter Park to help support their efforts to achieve sustainability goals and beautify their campus while engaging and educating students Pre-K through grade 12 in the practices of sustainability. In addition, KWPB&S Winners receive funding to cover the cost of USGBC Green Classroom Professional Certification.

The 2022 KWPB&S Green School Grant Program will reopen late Fall 2021. For updates, please check back or sign up for the Sustainability Program eList.

2021 KWPB&S Green School Grant Winners

All Saints SchoolBuild a water trough system to expand their Outdoor Classroom. This will teach the students about reducing water use and respecting natural resources.
Audubon Park SchoolSetting up a disposable mask recycling program in order to properly and safely dispose of masks and reduce waste.
Brookshire ElementaryReestablish an organic garden as a communal effort by the school with a focus on sustainability. Will be planting milkweed to attract pollinators.
Parke House AcademyRefresh school garden and create a visual production on how to use medicinal herbs from their garden
Rollins CollegeStart a shoreline restoration project along Lake Virginia where volunteers will plant native species to help filter pollutants.
Winter Park 9th Grade CenterStart a recycling program for the collection of disposable masks and juice pouches in order to help the school properly and safely dispose of masks and reduce waste.
Winter Park Presbyterian PreschoolContinue expanding nature garden which science classes use to learn about the natural world.

Our Vision

Winter Park is the city of arts and culture, cherishing its traditional scale and charm while building a healthy and sustainable future for all generations.