Saint-Gobain North America announced in November that nine schools were awarded a combined $250,000 in donated building materials solutions and program materials through its 2022 Sustaining Futures, Raising Communities charitable giveaway contest.

The winning schools were from Georgia, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, announced Saint-Gobain. The schools were among 30 finalists that responded to the company’s call for applications in June and July. Following a public vote, the winning schools were broken into Gold, Silver and Bronze-level categories.

“We were incredibly moved by the response we received to the program and by the devotion of our educators to help cultivate, influence and transform young lives by helping transform their learning spaces,” says Mark Rayfield, CEO of Saint-Gobain North America and CertainTeed. “We know that in environments with better acoustical performance, better lighting and air quality students learn better and achieve greater results. It is an honor to congratulate and celebrate our winners and to donate products that will help create better learning experiences for students.”

The nine winning schools were:

Gold Level Winners – Winners receiving donations of up to $50K

Lakeview Middle School (Rossville, Ga.)

Millbury Memorial Junior Senior High School (Millbury, Mass.)

Mid-Valley School District (Throop, Pa.)

Silver Level Finalists – Winners receiving donations of up to $20K

Chattahoochee Hills Charter School (Chattahoochee Hills, Ga.)

Northbridge Middle School (Whitinsville, Mass.)

Furness High School (Philadelphia)

Bronze Level Finalists – Winners receiving donations of up to $10K

Coleman Middle School (Duluth, Ga.)

Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical High School (Fitchburg, Mass.)

Upper Bucks Technical School (Perkasie, Pa.)