Juniors and seniors are encouraged to apply for Mini-Grants to fund a creative project. A student or group of up to three students may apply. Students must have a teacher from the District as their project sponsor.
When the projects are completed, Trustees will review them and award college scholarship money to the most outstanding mini-grant projects. Scholarship awards will be based upon the following criteria: Planning, Execution, Creativity of Presentation, Value of Benefit to the School/Community, Outcome, and Student Learning. In the event a group project is chosen for a scholarship, the students will share equally in the monetary award. These scholarships are announced at the Awards Night of the student's senior year.
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