|2016 OAGC Student Scholarship||Each year OAGC offers scholarships to K-12 Ohio students for special activities that extend their special talent/interest areas. Note: The deadline is February 15, 2016 for applications.||Guidelines and application materials|
|2016 OAGC College Scholarship Award||For any student who is about to enroll in his/her first year of college and/or a student currently enrolled full time in an undergraduate program of an Ohio college. The deadline is April 15, 2016.||Guidelines and application materials|
|2016 OAGC Distinguished Student Award||Deadline is June 1, 2016. This scholarship is awarded annually by OAGC for students currently in grades 3-6, and covers the areas of academics, arts, athletics, and leadership. The Ohio nominee will be recognized, along with his/her family, at the OAGC Fall Conference.||Guidelines and application materials|
|2015 OAGC Annual Awards||Do you know an outstanding OAGC member or affiliate group? Find out information on how to nominate these individuals for the OAGC annual awards presented at the Fall conference.||Link to more information|
|2015 OAGC Fall Conference Art Auction Scholarship||Artwork from students across Ohio is auctioned off annually during the OAGC Art Auction. Three art scholarships will be available to students submitting artwork to the auction.||Link to more information|
|Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholar Program Scholarhip||
The Jack Kent Cooke Young Scholars Program (JKC YS) - is a highly competitive national scholarship program that is open for academically talented 7th graders. If awarded, the scholar will be given academic and financial support through high school and college.
A ) Scholarship is for 4 years of high school-students could get computers, software, online classes, music/art support, summer programs, etc. Students will have an individual advisor to help plan and prepare them for a top tier university.
B ) Eligibility -- Only 7th graders can apply, one time opportunity. They should be entering 8th grade in the fall. 6th grade students have to have A's and B's in core subjects. Family Adjusted Gross Income below 80,000
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|Malone Foundation Scholarship to Columbus Academy||
In May of 2010, Columbus Academy was one of only three school in the United States selected as a 2010 recipient of a $2,000,000 endowment from the Malone Family Foundation to provide scholarships for top-level students with financial need. Families, especially those with students rising to Grades 7-12, interested in receiving information about the Malone Scholars Program at Columbus Academy should contact John Wuorinen, Director of Admission and Financial Aid, at (614) 509-2220 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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