Students grades 6-12 with priority given to high school students
Priority is given to students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds (females and students of color, specifically Black, Latinx, and American Indians) who are from under resourced or low-income backgrounds
All students applying for scholarships must have clear, demonstrated financial need. Financial need is defined by whether or not the student receives free or reduced lunch or SNAP benefits. If you do not qualify for either of these programs but have extenuating circumstances, we will also consider these, and you should note them in the applications.