AppleCore Scholarships

 
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AppleCore Scholarships will be awarded to students entering fourth through seventh grades. The scholarship program is aimed at admitting students of exceptional academic promise who also demonstrate strong character and good citizenship, reflective of the core values at Applewild School.

Candidates for the scholarships submit an online application for admission, an AppleCore application form and all of the supporting materials. All application materials are found in the online application. AppleCore grants, ranging from$1,000 to $6,000, will be awarded to top applicants. Access Applewild is available for all families and can be combined with a scholarship to help address affordability concerns as necessary. Students who do not qualify for the AppleCore awards will continue to be considered for admission to Applewild and Access Applewild.

AppleCore Scholarship applicants will be asked to come for a campus visit, to engage in a small group exercise with teachers, and to have a personal interview. The Scholarship Committee seeks to enroll students who have demonstrated academic achievement, possess a positive attitude toward school, and whose parents seek a well-rounded, rigorous liberal arts education for their child. In addition, the committee looks for candidates who will benefit from Applewild’s educational programs and who will contribute positively to the school community.

In order to retain the scholarship each subsequent year through graduation, a student must maintain a minimum of a “B” (83-86%) average and continue to demonstrate strong attributes of citizenship within the Applewild community.

Applicants applying for an AppleCore Scholarship must complete the following:

Online Admission Application, including Teacher Recommendation Forms
AppleCore Application - (Please contact school for an AppleCore Application)
Copies of transcripts from current school
Interview and small group discussion
Student School Visit
ISEE/entrance exam

For more information contact: Kelly Jennison at (978) 342 – 6053 ext 110, kjennison@applewild.org

In order to retain the scholarship each subsequent year through graduation, a student must maintain a minimum of a “B” (83-86%) average and continue to demonstrate strong attributes of citizenship within the Applewild community.