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COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

The mission of Golden Schools Foundation is to ensure Golden neighborhood articulation schools offer our children an outstanding education. In support of our vision to provide the students of Golden articulation schools with an educational environment where they will thrive and reach maximum potential, our scholarships are meant to afford students an opportunity to reach maximum potential.

 

In 2017 we launched the Golden Schools Foundation Scholarship Program for GHS Graduating Seniors. We believe our Golden students are a critical part of our community and have created a unique scholarship program to support the continued academic success of four eligible GHS graduates. Each of the four scholarship recipients will receive a $1,500 one-time scholarship for the second semester of college or vocational study. For eligibility and application info, see below

Congratulations to our 2022 Recipients!

Conlon Breheny, James Sheridan, Christian Cohan, Ethan Lewis

Previous Recipients

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2021 recipients
2021 recipients

Annika Vanschaardenburg Max Cross Isabella Macarelli Lacy Powell

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2019 Recipients
2019 Recipients

L to R: Kaye Becker (GSF), Patrick Dolan, Emily Feasel, Mercedes Ohlen, Madejah Watson, Kim Brock (GSF)

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2017 Recipients
2017 Recipients

Ethan Conroy, Emma Markovich, Henry Pham, Darren Reed (photo source: Golden High School. 18 May 2020, https://golden.jeffcopublicschools.org.)

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2021 recipients
2021 recipients

Annika Vanschaardenburg Max Cross Isabella Macarelli Lacy Powell

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Application Information

 

The applicant MUST:

  1. Be a graduating GHS senior who has been enrolled for a minimum of six years at any of the Golden Neighborhood articulation schools (Golden High School, Bell Middle School, Kyffin, Mitchell, Pleasant View, Ralston, Shelton or Welchester Elementary schools) .

  2. Must currently have an unweighted cumulative GPA or 2.0 or better to be verified by school counselor.

  3. Plan to enroll as a full-time college student taking a minimum of 12 semester hours or the equivalent at a vocational school.

 

Applications will be due in April. GHS Graduating Seniors should please see Naviance for access to the application information.​

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