Santa Fe Christian Schools is now accepting applicants for the 2014/15 Eagle Scholarship. The Eagle Scholarship is awarded annually to one new incoming freshman who excels academically; puts his/her faith in action; displays outstanding leadership skills and has financial need.
The Eagle Scholarship provides funding for tuition, books, uniforms, athletic fees and field trips for up to four years. Eligible scholarship applicants must be a new student to Santa Fe Christian Schools and accepted by the Admissions Committee. Applications will be reviewed by the SFC Scholarship Committee and a set of six semi-finalists selected. The final Eagle Scholarship winner will be announced in March 2014.
2009 Eagle Scholarship recipient Kathryn Bussey now attends Harvard where she plans to double major in Biology and Economics. Charissa Plattner, also a 2009 recipient, attends Stanford where she’s studying Engineering and Math.
Learn more about Santa Fe Christian’s Eagle Scholarship.
2013 Eagle Scholarship recipient Caleb Phillips