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Bunny and Bill Davis Highland Presbyterian Scholarship

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April 01, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Bunny and Bill Davis Highland Presbyterian Scholarship was established in 2000 to provide scholarships to graduating high school seniors who are members of Highland Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem, NC. Preference will be given to students active in the scouting program at Highland Presbyterian Church and/or students with financial need, and who are enrolled at either two or four-year public or private post-secondary institutions. Scholarships will be applied to the cost of undergraduate tuition, fees, room and board, and other college expenses.

    To receive consideration, applicants must:
    -Be a member of Highland Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem, NC (preference given to students who are active in the scouting program and/or students with financial need)
    -Be graduating high school seniors who demonstrate academic promise
    -Demonstrate financial need, but not restricted to lower incomes

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Student Aid Department
  • 751 West Fourth Street
  • Suite 200
  • Winston-Salem, NC 27101-2702
  • StudentAid@wsfoundation.org
  • 338-714-3445

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