Scholar Forms

The deadline for Summer Camp Scholarship Applications has been extended due to Covid slowing up the planning phases of colleges and companies for their summer camp offerings. Please submit your application as soon as possible to SRESD and to the summer camp itself. Contact Renee Dotson with any questions you may have dotson@sresd.org or 989-743-3471.

The Cook Family Foundation and the Shiawassee Regional Education Service District are pleased to offer the Shiawassee Scholars Program that encourages and recognizes academic excellence. 

The Shiawassee Scholars Program requires a student be enrolled full-time at a high school in Shiawassee County. As a Shiawassee Scholar you may request a scholarship that offers academically talented students an opportunity to further explore a career path or advanced study in a particular discipline. There is a limited amount of scholarship funds available. 

Scholarship candidates will be selected by the Shiawassee Scholars Advisory Committee based on a rubric scoring system. There is a possible 18 points on the rubric; you must receive a 12 or higher to be considered for a scholarship. Those with the highest rubric scores will be considered first for scholarships. Rubric scores will not determine the dollar amount of the scholarship you receive. The amount is a decision of the Shiawassee Scholars Committee and is based on the number of requests and budgetary allowances each year.

Click on the link below to access the scholarship application. 

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