SCTA Scholarships 2018-19

The Sacramento Teachers Association will be awarding the following scholarships to deserving graduating seniors.  Please read the requirements for each scholarship.

SCTA Book Awards – $500 (up to 10 awarded)
Scholarships to help with students with the cost of books and materials.

Minimum GPA 2.0

SCTA Scholarship — $2,000 (up to 4 awarded)
Based on academic excellence, leadership and community service.

Minimum GPA 3.0

SCTA Most Improved Scholarship — $2,000 (Up to 3 awarded)
SCTA Improvement Award to a student who has demonstrated significant academic improvement over the course of their high school career.

Minimum GPA 2.5

Frank Tofell Memorial Scholarship — up to $5,000
For a high school student who has demonstrated most improved academic achievement.

Minimum GPA 3.5

Linda Kircher Memorial Scholarship – $2,000
For a C. K. McClatchy High School senior who has the aspirations of becoming a teacher.

Minimum GPA 3.5

Applicants should have a strong academic record, demonstrate need, have defined goals, have participated in various activities and fulfill the following requirements:

1.  Senior graduating from a SCUSD high school during the 2018-2019 school year

2.  At least one year enrollment at present school

3.  If Scholarship is awarded, student must provide proof of registration in at least 12 units of class work at any two or four year accredited institution of higher learning or equivalent vocational program in the fall or spring of 2019-20

  • Students with a parent who is a member of SCTA receive additional consideration.
  • The deadline is Friday, April 12, 2019 at 4:30 pm.
  • This deadline is absolute, and no late or incomplete applications will be considered.

Click Here for the 2018-19 Online Scholarship Application



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