May 25, 2017

Scholarships

  • Program Scholarship 2016-17: Four Valleys Community School also offers confidential financial assistance for most of our classes for families with financial need. For 2016 the Girdwood Forest Fair Committee has also donated funds to our scholarship program. We use the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines to offer first come, first considered financial assistance to families who need help paying for classes. Priority is given to families who can volunteer their time assisting FVCS with projects and events.  Return the Scholarship Application to the FVCS Office or return to the FVCS Director.
  • Senior Service Scholarship 2017:  This scholarship for graduating high-school seniors is awarded each spring. Four Valleys Community School partners with our local Lion’s Club to provide two $1000.00 scholarships for graduating seniors. Applicants interview with a small committee.  The 2017 Senior Service Scholarship application packet will be available early March 2017. The 2016 Senior Service Scholarship recipients were Dylan Charnon and Maya Daniel.  Our 2015 recipients were Gwen Quigley, Sarah Bartholomew, Preston Epley, and Annika Flynn. See a full write-up here.  The 2014 Scholarship recipient was Kyle Milne. Kyle was a 2014 graduate of  South Anchorage High School and a resident of Girdwood. He is currently attending University of Alaska Fairbanks. He wrote, “I can honestly say that my college experience has allowed me to grow both academically and personally…Thank you so much for giving me the gift of higher education”.