Past President’s Heritage Scholarship Announcement
► Scholarship Information and Instructions
► Scholarship Application Form
Following current high school academic year, the Past President’s Heritage Scholarship will be available to three outstanding high school seniors of Scottish descent, who are entering his or her freshman year of college in the fall following their high school senior year, and who will be attending any accredited four-year undergraduate college or university in the U.S. or Scotland.
Applicants must be a resident of:
Baltimore City or County; or Anne Arundel, Carroll, Harford, or Howard County; or be sponsored by a member of the St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore, regardless of place of residence.
This Scholarship, in the amount of $4,000 to the first place winner, $2,500 to the second place winner, and $1,500 to the third place winner, will be awarded by the Society in June to high school graduates entering their freshman year of college who have demonstrated scholarship, leadership, citizenship, Scottish heritage, and financial need. The respective total Scholarship amounts will be disbursed in two installments: (1) one-half in late summer, (subject to our receipt of your final high school transcript and a copy of your college tuition invoice for the Fall Semester); and (2) one-half after the first of the year for the spring semester (subject to our receipt of your first semester college transcript and a copy of your college tuition invoice for the Spring Semester).
Currently, outstanding students are benefiting from prior Past Presidents’ Heritage Scholarship awards at colleges and universities throughout the country and in Scotland.
Competition for this scholarship involves:
(1) the completion and timely submission by March 15, of a written Scholarship Application (with attachments), which can be downloaded
from the Society website under Scholarship Information; (2) a review of your Scholarship Application (including attachments) by the Benevolence Committee of the Society (currently composed of six experienced Society members); and (3) a possible interview with the Committee of the top three finalists in late May or early June.