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  • Ira Dorsey Scholarship

    Criteria: Open to any male graduating high scchool senior that lives within the greater Washington, DC metropolitan area (VA, DC, and MD); possesses a cumulative grade point average (GPA) if 2.5 or better on a 4.0 scale; and, plans to attend a four year college or university; students must supply an official transcript and two recommendations, one from a teacher and one from a school counselor; essay of 800 words, double spaced and in 12 point font is also required

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  • Jeffrey C. Fowler Memorial Scholarship

    Graduating senior from a Loudoun County Public School high school must write a 500 (maximum) essay on "How My Passion For Sports Has Influenced My Life"; have a 2.5 grade point average; submit a resume of high school sports and extracurricular activities; 1-2 letters of recommendation; official transcript; and, letter of acceptance from college of choice.

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  • Green Pest Services Scholarship – $750

    This scholarship is judged primarily on need bases, but does not exclude achievement standards; Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.

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  • The Indispensability of Virtue Scholarship - 1 @ $2,000 - 2nd & 3rd TBD As Available Funds Allow

    The Community Levee Association Indispensability of Virtue scholarship encourages youth to think critically about virtues and their necessity for social order. This $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior in June of 2015, by a member of the CLA scholarship committee. Additional monetary prizes may be awarded as funding allows.

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  • Loudoun Valley Community Center Scholarship - at least one at $500

    Criteria: Graduating senior from any Loudoun County high school who attended the Loudoun Valley Community Center’s preschool, daycare and/or after-kindergarten programs (please indicate the years of attendance in your application); Continuing education as a full-time student at a four-year college or university, vocational school, or community college; Minimum GPA of 3.0 (please provide transcript); and, In an essay of at least 2 paragraphs please indicate your involvement in community service and your commitment to at least one of the six pillars of character – trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, citizenship – and how this commitment has affected your life as a student and as a member of the community. Completed applications to be submitted to Career Center Assistant by deadline.

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  • Northern Virginia Apartment Association Scholarships

    The Northern Virginia Apratment Association annually awards scholarships of up to $1,500 to students seeking a college education in a field broadly related to real estate. This includes but is not limited to: property management, development or construction of real estate, architecture, engineering, law, but does not include real estate sales.

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  • Northern Virginia Charter Chapter of the American Business Women's Association

    Criteria: This scholarship is open to young women who are United States citizens and residents of Northern Virginia, to include Loudoun County; Attending or will be attending, at least 1/2 time for the fall of 2015 an accredited four year college, community college, licensed accredited vocational/technical school; Achieved a cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale; and, be available to attend June 19, 2015 Awards Luncheon at Stratford University in Woodbridge, Virginia.

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  • SILA Foundation Scholarship – 10 @ $2,500

    The SILA Foundation scholarships are competitive and will be awarded to qualified applicants based on the substance and value of the application information provided. The applications will be evaluated and approved by the SILA Foundation Scholarship Committee.

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  • Sterling Youth Soccer Association

    Criteria: Graduating senior; Plans to further education at a college or university; Participated in the SYSA as a player, coach, or referee

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  • Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Association Institutes

    Scholarship is based on the applicant’s overall essay/presentation of the essay topic; identification of the applicant’s community association within the essay/presentation; and the applicant’s demonstration of knowledge of what a community association is and how it benefits the community and residents

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Last Modified on April 10, 2015