Portland, OR. Edison High School’s March 6th benefit was an online night of game-show-themed fun. Math teacher Dan Keller shared laughs with students while highlighting Edison’s vital financial aid program. 

Beforehand, Brilliance Benefit co-chairs, Tricia Wimmer and Diane Engelhard. Were up bright and early handing out goodie bags in preparation for the big event.

Edison President Mike Schwab with school teacher, actor, and friend of Edison, Kailey Rhodes, hosted the night of game-show-themed fun!

Guests heard a special thank you from guest and game show host, Richard Karn.

Here’s a video about the Edison experience:

This fundraiser supports Edison’s financial aid program, technology, and professional development. 

You can still donate to the school by clicking this link.

From Edison High School:

Welcome to Edison High School, the only high school in Oregon and Southwest Washington dedicated to serving students with complex learning differences or learning disabilities. Our work here is powerful and profound: helping every student to reach his or her full potential.

As a small, private school, Edison High School offers an individualized curriculum that meets each student’s unique needs and maximizes the ability to learn. We also provide the emotional support that builds confidence and maturity. By empowering students with learning differences to experience academic success and personal growth, Edison does more than prepare teens for the future: it changes lives.