If you are a high school senior planning to attend college or a trade school next year, consider applying for a Kent Community Foundation scholarship to help fund your education. Most of the scholarships have an April 1 deadline. Deadlines and details, including scholarship qualifications and applications, are available on the Kent Community Foundation website.
Richard & Ina Balash Scholarship, senior residing in Covington who plans to participate in business or engineering/technology training.
Covington Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, senior residing in Covington who plans to participate in business training.
Kent Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, senior who plans to attend a two-year or vocational-technical institute in the state of Washington.
Ron Osborne Scholarship, Kent-Meridian High School senior involved in athletics who plans to attend a two or four-year college in the state of Washington.
Linda K. Ruby Scholarship, senior who plans to attend a four-year college to pursue a career in teaching.
Friends of KM Scholarship, graduating Kent-Meridian senior attending an accredited post-secondary institution. Scholarship is based on financial need.
Thunderbird Community Sports Foundation Scholarship, senior who plans to pursue sports-related fields of study in college or university.
Bob Armstrong Tennis Scholarship, Kentridge High School senior tennis player planning to attend an accredited post-secondary institution.
Johnson/Stoddard/Osness Family (JSO) Scholarship, senior who plans to pursue a post-secondary education in Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Mathematics (STEM). Priority will be given to applications who are the first in their family to attend college.
Have questions? Email the Kent Community Foundation here or call us at 253-854-1770. Good luck!