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The Rotary Club of Sacramento Foundation offers Scholarships to promote education and the spirit of Rotary in our community.

1 Scholarships for $1500 or 2 for $750

Purpose: To promote higher education and the spirit of Rotary in the community, this is an annual scholarship established at Delta High School through a contribution to our Foundation by Rotary Club of Sacramento member, Dr. Barbara Arnold, in memory of her son, toward academic study at an accredited 4-year university or accredited community college vocational program of the student’s choice.

Qualifications: Young men and women are equally eligible to apply. Candidates must be high school seniors in the academic upper one-third of their graduating class at Delta High School, not be the son or daughter of a Rotarian, and be enrolled full-time in undergraduate studies in an accredited four-year higher education school.

McClatchy and Sacramento High Schools – 2 Scholarships.

Purpose: To promote higher education and the spirit of Rotary in the community, these are annual scholarships established at C. K. McClatchy and Sacramento High Schools. These scholarships are awarded to two outstanding students from each school. One scholarship is awarded in the name of former Rotary Club of Sacramento member, Robinson Crowell, whose family has provided the funds for this scholarship in his memory, and the other is given by the Rotary Club of Sacramento Foundation. The awards are for one year of academic study in a four-year college of the student’s choice.

Qualifications: Young men and women are equally eligible to apply. Candidates must be high school seniors in the academic upper one-third of their graduating classes, not be the son or daughter of a Rotarian, and enroll full-time in undergraduate studies in an accredited 4-year university or junior college transferring to a 4-year university.

2 Scholarships

Purpose: To promote higher education and the spirit of Rotary in the community, this is an annual scholarship established at Rio Americano High School through a contribution to our Foundation by Rotary Club of Sacramento member, Dr. Harold Strauch, and his wife, Lilla. This annual award is for one year of undergraduate academic study at a four-year college of the student’s choice.

Qualifications: Young men and women are equally eligible to apply. Candidates must be high school seniors in the academic upper one-third of their graduating classes at Rio Americano High School, not be the son or daughter of a Rotarian, and enroll full-time in undergraduate studies in an accredited four-year college.

Purpose: This fund provides for one or more annual scholarships at Jesuit High School in Sacramento in recognition of the contributions of Philip Knox who served as President of the Rotary Club of Sacramento, 2000-01, and to promote education and the spirit of Rotary in the community.

Qualifications: Incoming and returning students at Jesuit High School are eligible to apply for the Knox Scholarship. In order to be considered, the applicant must be a student in good standing at the student’s present school, demonstrate academic promise, and have a financial need.

Purpose: This fund provides for one or more annual scholarships for Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento through a contribution to our Foundation by Rotary Club of Sacramento member and Past President, Jon R. Snyder, and his wife and retired Christian Brothers High School English teacher, Susan.

Qualifications: Both young men and young women are eligible to apply. The scholarship may be awarded to an eighth grader enrolling at Christian Brothers High School or a student currently enrolled at Christian Brothers, and in order to be considered for the scholarship award, candidates must be students in good standing at their present school. Considerations for the Jon R. and Susan Snyder Scholarship are students’ scholastic ability, leadership qualities, and financial need.

The Rotary Club of Sacramento, in order to promote higher education and the spirit of Rotary in the community, has established an annual scholarship established by Lambert Family through a gift to the Rotary Club of Sacramento Foundation, in honor of long-time Rotarian, Oleta Lambert, toward study at an accredited four-year university or accredited community college vocational or transfer program of the student’s choice.

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Bella VistaHigh Schools – 2 Scholarships.

Purpose: To promote higher education and the spirit of Rotary in the community, these are annual scholarships established at Bella Vista High School. These scholarship is awarded to one outstanding student. One scholarship is awarded in the name of a Rotary Club of Sacramento member and his wife, Jim and Mary Jo Streng who provided the funds for this scholarship.

Qualifications: Young men and women are equally eligible to apply. Candidates must be high school seniors, not be the son or daughter of a Rotarian, and enroll full-time in undergraduate studies in an accredited 4-year university or junior college transferring to a 4-year university.

The application window is closed. The Deadline for all scholarship applications was April 15th, 2020.