Your scholarship application must be received by March 15 for consideration. Incomplete applications will not be considered. In order to complete this application please have electronic copies of the following documents ready to attach. Files can be submitted as a pdf, jpg or docx file. The application form must be submitted in full in one sitting. UNFINISHED FORMS CANNOT BE SAVED. Please allow at least 1 hour to complete the application. In order to access the applications you MUST have a gmail account. If you do not have one, please set up a free account.
- Transcript Showing GPA (name and score must show on the same page)
- SAT and/or ACT Score(s) (name and score must show on the same page)
- 1 Letter of Recommendation (your name must be on the letter)
- Personal Statement (see application below for writing prompt)
The Clarkston Education Foundation (CEF) Senior Scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating senior who demonstrates academic promise. This award was created by community members who wanted to broaden the horizons and prepare students to experience life in and beyond the valley. These community members formed the CEF in order to promote and enhance education in Clarkston schools. The application requires a personal essay, recommendations from teacher and/or guidance counselor along with academic records. The selection committee consists of CEF board and community members.
The Charles R. and Louise V. Setlow Memorial Science Scholarship for the Advancement of Science Education is awarded annually to a graduating senior. The children of Charles and Louise Setlow — Marguriette, Andrew (1950 CHS graduate), Robert (1960 CHS graduate), and Charlene (1962 CHS graduate) — established this fund in 2006 to promote science education in memory of their parents. Selection is based on academic achievement, and a demonstrable interest in pursuing a career in a scientific field.
Established in 2019 to honor Larry and Denise McConnell, who dedicated their teaching careers to Clarkston students and their children who also became teachers. Selection for this award will be based on the applicant’s leadership both in and out of the classroom.
The CEF Student in Need Grant (STiN Grant) is designed to support students with academic costs. STiN Grants are awarded to help students pay for dual enrollment credits, AP course fees/materials and other costs associated with their high school education.