Santa Fe Waldorf School currently offers the Renaissance Scholars Program, a merit-based program for high school students new to Waldorf education which includes a full scholarship. Annual tuition support is provided to eligible families through the school's generous Tuition Assistance Program. All scholarship at SFWS is supported through contributions from individuals, businesses, and foundations who believe in the transformative power of Waldorf education for children, communities, and the world.
Special Scholarship Funds (Hispanic, Native, and Music) are made possible through contributions to Santa Fe Waldorf School's Annual Fund.
Renaissance Scholar Program
GRADE LEVEL(S): Incoming 9th
CURRENT AWARDS AVAILABLE
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 30, 2019*
DECISIONS WILL BE ANNOUNCED BY May 1, 2019
Renaissance Scholars are high school students who:
have a strong, well-rounded record of academic, extra-curricular activities, and community service
have an interest in arts, athletics, and academics
have either never attended, or have not attended a Waldorf school for at least five years
seek a Waldorf education and have been accepted for enrollment at SFWS
Successful applicants are expected to represent the school at specific functions, meet with the funder(s) on an annual basis, and maintain certain academic and social standards throughout the program.
Students selected for participation in the Renaissance Scholars Program are entitled to tuition support throughout their SFWS High School career but are obligated to pay all applicable fees for each academic year.
Scholarship support for the Renaissance Scholars are made possible by generous multi-year donations from individuals, foundations and businesses who see the value of creating opportunities for a Waldorf-based, college-prep, high school experience for those in the regional community who exhibit great initiative and aptitude. Unless otherwise specifically indicated by donors, preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial need and who have committed themselves to volunteer activity in the local community.
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To learn more about how you or your business can support a Renaissance Scholars award, please contact: Pat Lord, Development and Marketing Director at 505-983-9727 or email email@example.com.
*Preference will be given to applicants who have submitted their complete packet by this deadline date.