The Oberkotter Family Foundation Scholarship is available for applicants in high school. The Oberkotter Family fund is granted annually, and the scholarship amount is $3,500, which can be utilized in post-secondary schools in the United States to cover educational costs.
Each scholarship prize is $3,500. The Foundation plans to grant scholarships to one or more students from each of the qualified high schools based on the rate of the applications.
This scholarship is not based on monetary deficiency, nor is it based mainly on academic worth.
Applicants that are granted scholarships are qualified to reapply for an additional scholarship grant for every year that they are registered in post-secondary school, including a future four-year college or university and graduate or professional academy.
Eligibility and Requirements
Standards applicants shall exhibit two or more of the following:
- Firm moral and ethical personality
- Service to academy, society, and/or family
- Part-time job
- Extra-curricular exercises
- Sports participation.
- Authorized high school transcript or other official high school document proofing expected graduation
- Two letters of recommendation, school, and non-school based
- Narrative essay
- Direct to the Robert and Joyce Oberkotter Family Foundation College Scholarship
Criteria for detailed requirements about the letters of recommendation and narrative essay
Who can apply for the Oberkotter Family Foundation Scholarship?
Full-time high school seniors in excellency, attending, or eligible to attend
- Fall Mountain Regional High School
- Kearsarge Regional High School
- Kimball Union Academy
- Mid-Vermont Christian School
- Mount Royal Academy
- Newport Middle High School
- Stevens High School
- Lebanon High School
- Mascoma Valley Regional High School
- Windsor High School
- Proctor Academy
- The Block Island School
- Claremont Christian Academy
- New England Classical Academy
- Hartford High School
- Springfield High School
- Sunapee High School
- Hanover High School
Are all qualified to apply. Each applicant must be on the path to graduate from high school and enroll in a post-secondary educational institution in the fall of 2022, and must deliver a transcript or other official high school document proofing expected graduation.
How to Apply
Applicants for The Robert and Joyce Oberkotter Family Foundation Scholarship can Apply HERE.
Deadline and Opening for Oberkotter Family Foundation Scholarship
Applications must be accepted by the Foundation no later than February 1, 2023.
Emailed applications that are not in The Robert and Joyce Oberkotter Family Foundation Scholarship’s inbox by 11:59 pm on February 1, 2023, and sent applicants accepted after February 1, 2023, will not be viewed, regardless of the date the applicants emailed or mailed.
Oberkotter Family Foundation Scholarship Amount
The Oberkotter Family fund is granted annually, and the prize is $3,500.
Scholarship awards will be assembled by check mailed straight to the institution in which the recipient registers for the fall, 2023 term. Scholarship benefactors will be needed to supply a mailing address for the bursar’s office of the college in which they are registering.
Any questions or other correspondence concerning the scholarship or application processes must come from the school advice office or the applicant only, not from the applicant’s parents; all such questions should be referred to firstname.lastname@example.org; please let five business days for your question to be answered, and please follow up if you do not attend back within five business days.
Do not send any questions to the email@example.com address – this address is to be used only to submit application materials. For more information, visit their official website at www.oberkotterfamilyfoundation.com.