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Gator Bowl Charities Award of Excellence Scholarship

$2,500

Deadline Varies

Awards Available: 4

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Gator Bowl Charities Award of Excellence Scholarship consists of a one-time gift of $2,500 that is given out to four senior student-athletes for use at any accredited university or community college. To be eligible to receive the Gator Bowl Charities Award of Excellence scholarship, the applicant must: be a senior in high school, maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA from an accredited high school in Florida's First Coast area, participate in a junior varsity or varsity sport or its equivalent (dance, gymnastics, etc.), participate in extra-curricular activities through the church, school, and the community, pledge to remain drug-free, alcohol-free and tobacco-free, and exhibit exemplary behavior, thereby being a good role model for peers. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • One Gator Bowl Blvd.
  • Jacksonville, FL 32202
  • terry@jaxsports.com
  • 904-798-1700
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Madison R.  on 11/30/2020 9:27:32 AM

I am currently a junior in high school looking for ways to make college less expensive on my parents. I play golf and I have played golf for many years, I have put the work and the effort into it to possibly earn an athletic scholarship; but, if I do not earn one then college might not be an option for me. This scholarship would help me because every dollar helps and I believe I have pushed hard enough and done enough to earn and deserve this. I am academically well rounded, I have maintained all As since middle school, I have received multiple awards for my gpa, and I have been in many honor societies. On the golf course as well I have earned many awards for things other than my scores- I have won the "WTJCT Sportsmanship Award", the "TJGT Coaches Integrity Award", and I have been applauded for always having integrity and doing the right things on the course even when no one is around to do or say anything.

Amir-Said Shermatov  on 7/21/2020 3:42:22 AM

Although, I’m already a student at Webster University, it will be extremely difficult to earn and save money for tuition payments while, at the same time, constantly training and improving my sports career. Receiving a scholarship or grant would allow me to focus and maintain high marks in my studies, while also allowing me the time I need to achieve my goal of becoming an Olympic wrestling champion. I ask that you please consider me for your scholarship program so that I may achieve full ability in my future sports and business careers.

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