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Calaveras Hills High School Community Scholarship 2024

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Do you want to invest in the future of a Calaveras Hills High School student? Do you want to make a tax-deductible donation to a truly worthy cause that will have inspiring and amazing outcomes for your return on investment?  You have come to the right place - the Calaveras Hills High School Community Scholarship for students who will attend a California Community College or a Career Technical program after graduation.

Who are “Cal Hills” students? 
​They are an amazing, diverse group of students who have found success in a smaller, more personalized educational setting. Most students, who come to us during their junior year of high school, were not previously on track to graduate on time. That story changes when they find other students with a kindred spirit and a staff that will do anything to help them succeed.

What do our students do? 


Cal Hills students successfully participate in a variety of programs, including a personalized learning program tailored to their learning needs, leadership opportunities on campus and in the community, they volunteer to raise money for cancer through Relay for Life, they take rigorous engineering courses, they learn to believe in themselves and inspire those around them, and they prepare for college and careers. Most students are enrolled and registered for Community College classes with a solid plan for their future before they even graduate high school! The challenge that they still have is how they are going to pay for the expenses of college, including fees, books, supplies, and living expenses.

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To Donate
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How can you invest in these students?


You can donate to the scholarship fund to help them get a solid start on their next step. They have already proven they can be successful with the right support. 

DEADLINE: We need to receive donations by Tuesday, April 30, 2024, to offer the scholarships this year.

 

Online, please use the button below. Please note that a small fee may be taken out from our provider to process credit card transactions.

If you wish to mail a check to support this scholarship, please let us know who referred you to this scholarship and write the check to:

Cal Hills Community Scholarship
c/o Milpitas Community Educational Endowment
1765 Landess Ave, #101
Milpitas, CA 95035.

Eligibility

To qualify for one of several $500 scholarship, students must:

  • Complete the CHHS scholarship application

  • Be enrolled to attend a community college or career technical program

  • Demonstrate increased levels of school engagement through involvement in academics, leadership, clubs, sports, community service, or after school tutoring​

  • Scholarship recipients will be announced during Graduation and will be printed in the program.

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Application

The Deadline for applications:

  • Sunday, April 21, 2024, 11:59pm - Online submission

  • Scholarship recipients will be announced during Graduation and will be printed in the program.

Winners
2021 Winners

Nevaeh Perez

 

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Daniel Lopez

2020 Winners

Angel Bird

 

Angel was a student concurrently enrolled in SVCTE  while at Cal Hills. She has been training in the dental assisting field for two years, and is currently working at a dental assistant and is attending Foothill College to become a dental hygienist. She is doing well in school and is excited to continue her education. She is appreciative of the help that the Board Scholarship provided in helping pay for college fees and books.

Manraj Baines

 

​Manraj was a quiet and shy student at Cal Hills with incredible promise. Manraj was a top engineering student at Cal Hills and is currently attending DeAnza College and Foothill College and plans to major in Business Administration. Manraj is earning all A's in his classes and credits the support he received in MUSD as a key factor in his success in college. He greatly appreciated and was surprised by the Board Scholarship announcement last year, and is putting the assistance to good use! Manraj is an entrepreneur in the making.

2019 Winner

Elizabeth Diaz

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