Carmel Education Foundation (CEF) plans to award more than 90 scholarships, totaling over $100,000 to Carmel High School’s Class of 2021 this spring. CEF Scholarships have a range of requirements, and fall in one of six general categories: athletic participation; club or class involvement; community involvement; performing arts participation; Carmel Clay Schools history; or intended college and/or program of study. Scholarships are awarded to students pursuing degrees at two- or four-year colleges, universities or trade schools and may be used for tuition, housing, fees, or other education related expenses.
A complete listing of all scholarships, as well as the application is available at www.ccs.k12.in.us/foundation/scholarships.
Many CEF scholarships are funded by the generosity of individual or family donors, often in honor or memory of a loved one who was connected to Carmel Clay Schools. These legacies are a tribute to either the life they lived, the service they provided, or the impact they made on those around them. Additional scholarships are provided by clubs and organizations related to Carmel Clay Schools.
The deadline to submit applications is Friday, March 19, 2021. For more information visit www.ccs.k12.in.us/foundation/scholarships or contact Jennifer Penix, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-844-9961 x2680.
About the Carmel Education Foundation:
One of the oldest foundations of its kind, the Carmel Education Foundation was created to help Carmel Clay students achieve their full potential. Since 1966, the Foundation has awarded over $2,100,000 in college scholarships to Carmel High School seniors and over $850,000 in education grants to inspire lifelong learning for Carmel Clay students. The Carmel Education Foundation is governed by a volunteer board of directors who give their time and energy to accelerate the Foundation’s mission by funding grants, awarding more than 80 scholarships annually and expanding resources for Carmel Clay Schools.