Scholarships

***Each year, The Kiski School awards the Andrew Wilson Merit Scholarship to one outstanding incoming ninth-grade student, providing four years full tuition, room and board ($61,300/year) regardless of need. The scholarship is for a young man who embodies the best qualities of a Kiski boy, demonstrating character, integrity, leadership, academic excellence, and participation in extracurricular activities.

 

The nomination form for the Andrew Wilson Merit Scholarship is found on our admission pageI encourage you to nominate a student(s) and/or alert counselors, teachers, parents and students to the opportunity. Our application deadline is January 31.

 

Located on a beautiful 350-acre campus near Pittsburgh, PA, Kiski has been providing life-changing educational experiences to boys grades 9-12 since 1888.

 


The Kiski School
1888 Brett Lane
Saltsburg, PA 15681
Cell: (252) 670-6362
Office: (724-639-8036) 639-8036
www.kiski.org




Young Scholars Program 

The Cooke Young Scholars Program is a selective five-year, pre-college scholarship for high performing 7th grade students with financial need. Educational advisers help Cooke Young Scholars maximize the high school experience and prepare to thrive at the nation’s top-performing colleges. 

Our programming and support includes: 
● Identifying an appropriately rigorous high school. 
● Engaging in four-year planning and goal-setting. 
● Funding for academic and extracurricular opportunities, such as music and art lessons; supplemental academic classes; and technology. 
● Annual summer programs, including two required Cooke Young Scholar events. 
● Year-round interaction and networking with a community of high-achieving peers. Young Scholars are selected from a nationwide applicant pool each year. 

Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements: 
● Grade level – Entering 8th grade in the fall of 2019. 
● Academics – Since the beginning of 6th grade, earned grades of all or mostly A’s in school with no C’s or below in core academic subjects. 
● Testing – We require the official score report from the applicant’s state standardized testing and if available, SAT or ACT score reports. 
● Income – Demonstrate unmet financial need. We will consider applicants with family income up to $95,000. Last year’s cohort of new Young Scholars had a median family income of approximately $39,000. 
● Location – Reside in the U.S. or a U.S. territory and plan to attend high school in the U.S. or a U.S. territory. 

Open JAN. 14 - MARCH 14, 2019 

 Cooke Scholars come from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds and from rural, suburban, and urban communities. Many scholars are the first in their families to pursue higher education.







***Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for 7th-12th grade students
     Deadline 12/13/18










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