Central City Value High School knows that education after high school can be daunting. Cost for college can be high and may be a barrier for students and families. In addition to alerting students of financial aide and scholarship opportunities offered through outside institutions and programs, Value Schools has developed ways to support our most hard-working and promising students.
The Values Scholarship - $500
Awarded to 20 Central City Value High School students each year, the Values Scholarship provides $500 to students based on their college entrance exam scores, history of extra-curricular involvement, and an essay explaining how they themselves have lived the Values.
Value Schools Jon Lovelace Math Scholars Award - $1000
To underscore the importance of academic math achievement, Value Schools awards $1000 to one exceptional AP math student. The award is given to the student with the highest GPA in AP math, with SAT math scores used to break any ties. Rick Beleson established the Value Schools in Jon Lovelace Memorial Math Scholarship in 2011. We thank Mr. Beleson for his generous support.
The Chairman's Scholarship - $10,000
In 2010, Don Conlan (Founding Board Chair) and Grant Cambridge established a scholarship program referred to as The Chairman's Scholarship to provide an incentive for Value Schools students to strive for and attend a leading four-year university as ranked by US News & World report. The recipient of this scholarship must have been accepted to a leading four-year college, demonstrate a commitment to our five core values combined with high academic achievement.
The Scholarship Committee
The committee consists of three members of the Central City Value High School staff: Principal David Doyle; Scholarship Chair Laura Diosdado; and Student Ambassador Vanessa Navarro.
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