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SEASON FOUNDATION
SCHOLARSHIP
Questions & Answers:

Frequently Asked Questions

Application

Can I resubmit my application for better results?


The Season Foundation understands that one’s resume and transcript can change. With this, resubmission of applications is accepted. Your latest application submission will be accepted.




What’s the GPA Requirement for the Scholarship?


The requirement for this scholarship is a 2.5 GPA. Although requested, any student with a GPA of below 2.5 can still apply for a scholarship.




What parts of the application are the most important?


The Essay portion of the application is the most important. This is an ideal way to understand an applicant’s mindset and approach towards issues, opportunities, and critical thinking.




How should my transcript be submitted?


Your transcript should be an unofficial transcript in PDF format. We understand that official transcripts are a demand, so we are in favor of unofficial transcripts being submitted.




What should I do before applying for the scholarship?


Since our application is hosted on an online platform, we suggest that you type out and proofread your scholarship essay questions! After that, please have your resume and unofficial transcript ready as well.





Schools

Applicant Schools In PG County


  • Academy of Health Sciences
  • Annapolis Road Academy
  • Bladensburg High
  • Bowie High
  • Central High at Forestville
  • Charles H. Flowers High
  • Community Based Classroom
  • Croom High
  • Crossland High
  • Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr. High
  • DuVal High
  • Eleanor Roosevelt High
  • Fairmont Heights High
  • Frederick Douglass High
  • Friendly High
  • Green Valley Academy
  • Gwynn Park High
  • High Point High
  • International High School at Langley Park
  • International High School at Largo
  • Largo High
  • Laurel High
  • Northwestern High
  • Oxon Hill High
  • Parkdale High
  • Potomac High
  • Suitland High
  • Surrattsville High
  • Tall Oaks High




Applicant Schools in Washington, DC (Public)


Anacostia High School Ballou High School Ballou STAY High School Bard High School Early College DC (Bard DC) Benjamin Banneker High School Cardozo Education Campus Columbia Heights Education Campus Coolidge High School Duke Ellington School of the Arts Dunbar High School Eastern High School Inspiring Youth Program Luke C. Moore High School McKinley Technology High School Phelps Architecture, Construction and Engineering High School Ron Brown College Preparatory High School Roosevelt High School Roosevelt STAY High School School Without Walls High School Woodrow Wilson High School H.D. Woodson High School




Applicant Schools in Washington, DC (Public Charter)


  • KIPP DC College Preparatory
  • KIPP DC Somerset College Preparatory
  • Capital City PCS - High School
  • César Chávez PCS for Public Policy - Parkside High School
  • District of Columbia International High School
  • E.L. Haynes PCS - High School
  • Friendship PCS - Collegiate Academy
  • Friendship PCS - Technology Preparatory Academy High
  • IDEA PCS
  • Kingsman Academy PCS
  • Maya Angelou PCS - High School
  • Paul PCS - International School
  • Richard Wright PCS for Journalism and Media Arts
  • SEED PCS of Washington, DC - High School
  • Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS
  • Washington Latin PCS - Upper School
  • Washington Leadership Academy PCS




Applicant Schools In Baltimore City


  • Academy for College and Career Exploration
  • Achievement Academy at Harbor City High School
  • Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts
  • Baltimore City College
  • Baltimore Design School
  • Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women
  • Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
  • Baltimore School for the Arts
  • Bard High School Early College Baltimore
  • Benjamin Franklin High School at Masonville Cove
  • Bluford Drew Jemison STEM Academy West
  • Carver Vocational-Technical High School
  • City Neighbors High School
  • Claremont School
  • ConneXions: A Community Based Arts School
  • Coppin Academy
  • Digital Harbor High School
  • Eager Street Academy
  • Edmondson-Westside High School
  • Excel Academy at Francis M. Wood High School
  • Forest Park High School
  • Frederick Douglass High School
  • George W.F. McMechen High School
  • Green Street Academy
  • Home and Hospital Program
  • Independence School Local I High School
  • Joseph C. Briscoe Academy
  • Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School
  • National Academy Foundation
  • New Era Academy
  • P-TECH at Carver Vocational-Technical High
  • P-TECH at New Era Academy
  • P-TECH at Paul Laurence Dunbar High
  • Patterson High School
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
  • Reach! Partnership School
  • Reginald F. Lewis High School
  • Renaissance Academy
  • Success Academy
  • Vivien T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy
  • Western High School
  • William S. Baer School
  • Youth Opportunity




Applicant Schools In Essex County, NJ


  • American History High School
  • Arts High School
  • Bard High School Early College Newark
  • Barringer High School
  • Belleville High School
  • Bloomfield High School
  • Bloomfield Tech High School
  • Cedar Grove High School
  • Central High School
  • Cicely Tyson School of Performing and Fine Arts
  • Columbia High School
  • Eagle Academy For Young Men
  • East Orange Campus High School
  • East Orange STEM Academy
  • East Side High School
  • Glen Ridge High School
  • Irvington High School
  • James Caldwell High School
  • Livingston High School
  • Malcolm X Shabazz High School
  • Millburn High School
  • Montclair High School
  • Newark Arts High School
  • Newark Collegiate Academy
  • Newark Early College High School
  • Newark Tech High School
  • Newark Vocational High School
  • Nutley High School
  • Orange High School
  • Science Park High School
  • Technology High School
  • University High School
  • Verona High School
  • Weequahic High School
  • West Caldwell Tech
  • West Essex High School
  • West Orange High School
  • West Side High School





Logistics

When is the Season Foundation Application Due?


Applications close on March 26th, 2022 at 11:59 pm




Can applications be submitted after the deadline?


No, to keep transparency and fairness; no late applications will be accepted.




Can private school students apply for the Scholarship?


For this 2022 Scholarship Cycle, only Public School students will be submitting applications. A goal of the Season Foundation is to provide opportunities for students who are usually overshadowed within traditional scholarship program applications.




Will paper applications be accepted?


Due to the ongoing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Season Foundation will not be taking any paper applications.




How will winners be selected?


After the March 26th deadline, finalists will go through a one-round virtual interview process with the Season Foundation scholarship board of their specific application pool.




If selected, when will Scholarship Checks be mailed?


Season Foundation winners will receive their checks and gift package from the organization in July of 2022.