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2019 PTSA ScholarshipDear CHS Class of 2019,
Seniors who are PTSA members and have an unweighted GPA of 2.75 or higher are eligible for our PTSA scholarships. The scholarship award will be applied toward an educational institution for post high school education. Seniors may still join the PTSA until April 15 for $10 and be eligible to apply for our scholarships. Membership forms are attached to this email and should be turned in to the office in an envelope labeled CHS PTSA.
In the past, the PTSA has awarded two $500 scholarships. This year, the board is going to schedule an additional general membership meeting in April, and will present the general membership with a recommendation that we either increase the amount of the scholarships, the number of scholarships that we give out, or possibly both.
To apply for a PTSA scholarship, please submit an essay of 500 words or less explaining how you have contributed to the CHS community. Please attach your essay in an email and submit to shivasobhani.chsptsa@gmail.com. All essays must be submitted by midnight on Sunday, April 28. We look forward to honoring the Class of 2019, and celebrating all their achievements and upcoming graduation!
Regards,Shiva SobhaniCHS PTSA President
2019 PTSA ScholarshipDeadline: Midnight on Sunday, April 28, 2019

Scholarships

2019 Booster Club Scholarship.pdf

2019 CHS Booster Club Scholarship

Deadline: May 3, 2019

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