By Reader Staff
The Community Assistance League is now offering scholarships to graduating seniors of any Bonner County high school, including home school, who intend to pursue a higher education at an accredited college, university or vocational school. Scholarship applications will be available online at calsandpoint.org on Feb. 28. They can also be downloaded now and filled out online by going to https://sites.google.com/a/lposd.org/shs/home. Further instructions can be obtained from the SHS Counseling-Career Center.
Renewal scholarships are offered to students who were awarded scholarships the previous year.
Delayed scholarships are for students who graduated from high school but who have been out of school for at least one year.
The CAL scholarship committee will make its selection on the basis of academic achievement, personal goals and motivation, school and community involvement, financial need and general appearance of the scholarship application.
The scholarship must be used within one year of the date it is granted. The funds will be sent directly to the student’s chosen school when proof of registration and student ID are received by the CAL treasurer.
All applications must be complete in order to be considered by the CAL scholarship committee. The applications will become the sole property of CAL and will be kept confidential.
Applications are due no later than Monday, April 10, by 9 a.m. They may be turned in at their high school counseling center or at Bizarre Bazaar. For more information, please call Betsy Walker at 255-2794.
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