Scholarship Application

Scholarship Terms

Village Art in the Park of Leavenworth, WA is offering a scholarship in the amount of up to $10,000, distributed over a period of four years.
This scholarship is available to a graduating senior from Cascade High School, the Discovery School or an adult resident of the Upper Valley who is re-entering the educational community. The purpose of this scholarship is to offer financial assistance to artists so they may further their education at a reputable institution of higher learning. Credits earned at some institutions may not be transferable to a state accredited institution leading to a B.A. degree.
At the discretion of the Board of Directors, this scholarship will be awarded to an individual seeking an education in an art related field (i.e. visual, performing, theatrical, design, graphic arts, etc.). This scholarship can be renewed annually in an amount up to $2500 per year for up to four years, dependent upon each recipient, school and/or individual situation. Scholarship payments will be made directly to the scholarship recipient.



Scholarship Applicant Questionnaire
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Retention Information

1. Each scholarship recipient is required to be a full time student at a reputable institution of higher learning, is required to pursue a course of study that will lead to a major or minor in art and must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and a minimum GPA of 3.0 in their art classes.

2. Each scholarship recipient is expected to visit Village Art in the Park a minimum of one time each year that they receive scholarship funds. This will be coordinated through the Village Art in the Park Director.

3. Scholarship payments (after the initial payment) will be made upon receipt of:

  • A request to renew their scholarship for the following year.
  • Proof of school registration, detailing the art classes registered for.
  • A transcript or other official report of grades received the following year, on a per class basis.
  • A list of art related projects, activities, etc. that have contributed to your art education.

4. If a scholarship recipient fails to contact Village Art in the Park for a period of two years the scholarship will be terminated.



I, the undersigned applicant for a Village Art in the Park Scholarship, hereby agree to meet the above terms and conditions. I understand the scholarship will be subject to termination if the terms and conditions are not met.
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