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Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship in the US

Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA) is offering merit-based, need-blind high school scholarships named as Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship.

The program is a full four-year award has been established to encourage highly gifted students across the United States (in all 50 states).

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The purpose of the program is to help school students to find out and reach unlimited high school and early college opportunities that confer young adults with the optimal educational match for their high school career.

Why at the IEA’s Program?IEA is a nonprofit organization. With the IEA program, students have the opportunity to build skills and san values ??that promote personal character and gain new perspectives about themselves and the world around them.

Application Deadline: April 7, 2020 (Application for 2020 will open in November.)

Brief Description

  • University or Organization: Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA)
  • Department: NA
  • Course Level: High school & College Study courses
  • Award: Varies
  • Number of Awards: NA
  • Access Mode: Online
  • Nationality: US Students
  • The award can be taken in the US

Eligibility

  • Eligible Countries: Applications are accepted from across the United States
  • Eligible Course or Subjects: The program will be awarded to study in high school or college in any subject
  • Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must:
  • Applicant must submit scores for a school-administered, nationally-normed standardized test for the past two years (5th and 6th grade) if administered by the school/district.
  • Applicants must take either the ACT or the SAT Reasoning Test. Applicants should receive a score of 20 or higher in either Math or Reading on the ACT or receive a score of 500 or higher in either Math or Critical Reading on the SAT.
  • Applicants must be in the 9th stanine, 97th percentile or be marked as “exceeds” in at least ONE qualifying subtest or total battery/composite on a standardized test for the past two years.
  • Acceptable academic areas include keywords such as: Mathematics, Mathematics Total, Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal, Verbal Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Language, Language Total, English Language Arts, Total Battery or Total Composite
  • Applicants under 13 years old must register by mail, due to Internet privacy laws.
  • Applicants must be a United States citizen who plans to attend a high school program based in the United States to apply for the grant

How to Apply

The mode of application is online.

  • How to Apply: To apply, the applicants must submit an online application that will open on November 2019.
  • Supporting Documents: Two recommendations are required and ACT or SAT scores are required to submit.
  1. Standardized test score reports should be included in the application packet sent directly to IEA by the applicant.
  2. There are two steps to submit your official ACT or SAT scores. 1) Applicant must provide IEA’s score code at the testing site on the day of exam – SAT CODE: 3862 or ACT CODE: 7818. 2) Applicant must upload a copy of their official score report with their online application.

Note: If the score report is not available by the application deadline, a copy of the official scores should be emailed to: [email protected]

  • Admission Requirements: All applicants must take either the ACT or the SAT Reasoning Test.
  • Language Requirement: All students need appropriate English language skills for admission to the Institute for Educational Advancement.

Benefits

  • The program will be awarded a four-year award toward a boarding school but only covers day student tuition.
  • The room and boarding components of the school’s costs, as well as any/all other fees (textbooks, lab materials, medical, laundry, and travel) must be covered by the Scholar’s family or another source, such as financial aid directly from the school.

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