Applewild School offers the opportunity for bright and motivated prospective students entering grades four through seven for the upcoming 2019-20 school year to apply for the following scholarships:
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.
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.
The C.T. Crocker Scholarship
The C.T. Crocker Scholarship, established in 1968, is awarded to a Fitchburg student applying for sixth grade who has demonstrated outstanding ability and promise. The recipient of this grant is assured of this 95% tuition scholarship continuing through eighth grade as long as the student’s academic record and general performance remain at the satisfactory level and continued financial need is demonstrated.
The Jennifer Martin Cloutier ‘83 Scholarship
The newly established Jennifer Martin Cloutier ’83 Scholarship seeks to assist a student entering the sixth, seventh, or eighth grade with demonstrated financial need. The recipient will be a high achiever in English Language Arts and possess strong writing skills.
Jennifer Martin Cloutier ’83 and her husband, David Cloutier, are delighted to establish this new scholarship. Jennifer notes, “It was as an Applewild student that I first learned about the importance of public service and civic responsibility. Throughout my life, I have relied on the lessons I learned there. I am grateful for the dedicated teachers and strong foundation I received at Applewild and I would not be who I am today without them. Through the scholarship program, we are able to give back and make the Applewild experience a reality for future generations.”
The Ansin Family Scholarship is awarded to an Upper School student with clearly demonstrated financial need and outstanding academic achievement.
The Ronald M. Ansin Scholarship is awarded to an Upper School student in recognition of citizenship, effort, and academic achievement.
The Jarvis Hunt Scholarship is awarded to an Upper School student in recognition of excellence in science as well as overall academic achievement.
The John H. Simonds Scholarship is awarded to an Upper School student from Fitchburg in recognition of citizenship, effort, and academic achievement.
The Jill Simonds Cook Scholarship is awarded to an Upper School student in recognition of citizenship, effort, and academic achievement.
The Wallace Scholarship is awarded to two Upper School students each year in recognition of their academic achievement and active participation in the Applewild community.