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Seabury Hall Alumni Association - SHAA
"Rising Senior" Scholarship
Applications for the 2020 Award Will Be Available April 21st
Applications will be DUE MAY 5th
Virtual INTERVIEWS will be MAY 11-15th
About the Alumni Scholarship
Each year the Seabury Hall Alumni Association (SHAA) awards “Rising Senior Scholarships” to current juniors. The purpose of the scholarship is to acknowledge, encourage, and reward juniors who have demonstrated leadership, fulfilled their academic potential, and served their community during their high school career. Since 1996 the Seabury Hall Alumni Association has awarded 65 scholarships to current juniors, to help offset Seabury Hall tuition expense in their senior year. In the first year of the scholarship, SHAA awarded one scholarship of $500.00. Since then, the awards have increased in number and amount, and in 2018 SHAA awarded $13,000 in Rising Senior Scholarships to six (6) qualified recipients who received from $1,000 to $3000 each. The amount and number of scholarships to be awarded is based on financial need.
- Applicant must be current financial aid recipient.
- Applicant must be a current junior.
- Applicant must remain enrolled in Seabury Hall as a senior for the entire 2020-2021 school term.
||Application online. Use the link above for fillable application
||Deadline for submission is 3pm on May 5th
||Blind Review Committee - Applications Reviewed
& Semi Finalist Selected
|May 11 -15th
||Interview Committee meets with each selected semi-finalist
||Winners announced at the Academic Awards Assembly
Applicants are evaluated using the selection criteria established by the Seabury Hall Alumni Association:
- Willingness to give back to the community
- Leadership potential
- Academic performance or promise
- Strength of character
- Well-rounded personality
Each application is carefully reviewed and scored by multiple alumni committee members and ranked for a final score. Based on the rank from that scoring, the candidate is either declined or invited to interview. The most competitive candidates demonstrate a high level of engagement and leadership in meaningful activities at school and in the community.