SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

 

The McLaughlin Doty Foundation scholarship was established in 2011 to assist students who need financial assistance in pursuing their educational goals.  The scholarship award is for a maximum of $7500 per school year per recipient (a total of $30,000 for up to 4 years).  The application process opens November 1, 2020, and completed applications are due by March 1, 2021.  The amount awarded will vary depending on the applicant’s needs and the type of degree or program the applicant is pursuing.

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An applicant must be a Senior graduating in the spring of 2021 from one of the following schools:  Tivy High School, Ingram Tom Moore High School, Center Point High School, Harper High School, or Our Lady of the Hills High School.  Applications from students living in Kerr County and graduating from an accredited home school program will also be considered.  This application is a one-time process to be awarded throughout the applicant’s college education. Students awarded a scholarship will be expected to attend an accredited program on a full-time basis (this includes a college, university, community college, technical school, trade school, or school for the arts), maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA (“B” average), be an asset to their school and community, maintain at least part-time employment while receiving the scholarship, and submit progress reports to the Foundation twice a year.

 

TO APPLY FOR THE MCLAUGHLIN DOTY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP, please click here.