Get To Know The School Communications Agency

With 167 schools, 135,000 engaged parents and over $750,000 already given back to schools, The School Communications Agency’s (TSCA) mission is to engage parents and sponsors with quality content through multiple channels delivered how they want it (mobile, paper, email, etc.), plus provide funding that respects the unique needs of each school community. Our goal: Improved Communications, engaged parents, better schools.

What makes TSCA a unique organization is our Three-Fold Impact: 1) Engaged Parents – leading to better, more effective schools, happy teachers and successful students; 2) Funds Raised– that go directly to the school outside of traditional budgets thus providing discretionary funds to meet the most pressing needs identified by the PTA/PTO or school; and 3) Business Growth – that increases the impact and significance of our mission for both schools and investors. As we grow, our impact grows.

School Engagement: TSCA is the perfect impact investment. For every $100,000 invested we add over 100 schools and donate at least $150,000 more per year to education. But this is more than a play for school funding; it is a mission to create better schools through higher levels of parent engagement. When we add 100 schools we impact at least 50,000 students and engage nearly 100,000 parents!

Growth Record: TSCA has been operating since 2013 as a small regional company in northern Colorado. The current management team acquired that business in 2016 and expanded into four new territories: Texas, California, Florida and Missouri.  In 2017 we anticipate growing to 500 schools and providing an additional $1 Million in annual funding support for our client schools.

The Future: Our goal is to sign up 13,000 schools, creating a community of 6 million parents and sponsors generating $20 million in school funding and $50 million in revenue.

Our Team: The TSCA management team of proven entrepreneurs has strong experience in growing companies, selling media advertising and developing high volume production environments.