SCHOLARSHIPS

Capital City Kiwanis provides three scholarships annually to top high school students!  Scholarships applications are due annually by the last Friday in March.

The Charles M. Read Scholarship may be awarded to a member of the senior class from one of the Montgomery County Public, Independent or Private High Schools. The minimum amount of this cash grant, which is presented in May of each year, is $2,000.00. Two criteria govern selection: high academic achievement and demonstrated leadership and service in school, church and/or community.

The Junius Smith/Phillip Poundstone Scholarship may be awarded to a member of the senior class from one of the seven Montgomery County Public High Schools. The minimum amount of this cash grant, which is presented in May of each year, is $2,000.00. Two criteria govern selection: high academic achievement and demonstrated leadership and service in school, church and/or community.

The Henry McNeill Memorial Scholarship may be awarded to a high school senior from a Montgomery Public, Independent or Private High School. The minimum amount of this cash grant, which is presented in May of each year, is $1,000. Two criteria govern selection:  high academic achievement and demonstrated leadership and service in school, church and/or community.  This scholarship particularly seeks a student who has shown a strong work ethic as demonstrated by outside employment or significant volunteer activity.  

Applicants will be judged solely on evidence of academic and leadership achievement without regard to race, creed or sex. Every applicant will be acknowledged; finalists may be asked to appear for a personal interview with the selection committee.

For more information, email scholarships@cckiwanis.org

Capital City Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship Application

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CCKC Awards $5,000 in scholarships to area seniors
05/08/2018
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