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Jack Cook Foundation

High Ability Scholarships and ProgramsPDFPrintE-mail

The Young Scholars Program is a selective pre-college scholarship for high-performing 7th grade students with financial need.

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation enables high-ability middle and high school students with financial need to realize their full academic potential. Through the Young Scholars Program, the Foundation has to date supported over 800 students from across the nation, providing them with individualized educational advising combined with comprehensive financial support from the 8th grade through high school.

From eighth grade through senior high of school, Young Scholars receive the following support from the Cooke Foundation:

  • a personal academic and college counselor
  • funding for academic and enrichment programs in the summer and during the school year
  • internship and study abroad opportunities
  • educational resources including books and technology

Visit the JKCF webpage more information on the application process.

The Young Scholars Program is highly competitive and attracts outstanding applicants from across the United States. The application (there is no cost to apply) and more information will be available soon. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about the scholarship.

Indiana Association for the Gifted
$2000 Scholarship for
2016 College-Bound Students

Applications deadline: Friday, March 25, 2016
More information online HERE

Visit Midwest Academic Talent Search (MATS) for more information about registration, eligibility, and dates of testing. Scholarships are available through MATS based on need. NUMATS provides eligible students, in grades 3-9, the opportunity to participate in above grade level testing. Depending on grade level and eligibility, they may take the EXPLORE, SAT, or ACT tests.
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