The Whatever We Imagine Scholarship Fund is housed at The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region (CFNCR). The Fund was created by an anonymous family to provide scholarships to youth who display a passion - whether in athletics, the arts or other areas - as well as a commitment to succeed academically. Scholarship awards are intended to enable rising 6–12 grade students attend private schools within the Washington Metropolitan Region. Visit their website for more information.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship offers a comprehensive scholarship and academic guidance program for rising high school freshmen. Eligible students must apply for the program in 7th grade. Students who receive the scholarship are also eligible to participate in an academic advising program as well as other programs to help each scholar succeed. For specific eligibility requirements, application materials and deadlines please visit the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation website.
The Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship is a four year high school scholarship that covers tuition. It is a program of the Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA). Eligible students must apply for the program in 7th grade. Coupled with full tuition, the scholars of the program are encouraged to take part in the scholarship academic guidance program as well as peer networking. For more information on eligibility and requirements please visit their website.
The Latino Student Fund offers scholarship programs to Latino students who are currently receiving financial assistance from their private schools or Archdiocese. The Fund assists students in grades K-12. In addition to the Scholarship Fund, the Latino Student Fund offers tutoring and mentoring services. For additional information on eligibility please visit the Latino Student Fund website.
The Capital Partners for Education offers a comprehensive scholarship and mentoring program. Students are eligible for the program if they are entering 9th grade at a private school and currently reside in Washington, D.C. or Maryland. For more information on their scholarship, mentoring, tutoring and college counseling programs please visit the Capital Partners for Education website.
The Washington Scholarship Fund offers many options for additional assistance to families that meet specific income requirements. Student eligibility requires applying for the scholarship no later than the 8th grade. If a student is accepted into the program the financial assistance will carry on into high school. Students may not apply for the program after the 8th grade. For more information on eligibility and applying please visit their website.