Harriet Babin Miller Scholarship
The Harriet Babin Miller Scholarship was established in honor of the Babin family educators who taught over 100 years in the Dutchtown school system. The recipient will be a person graduating with a sound record of achievement in his or her studies and of outstanding school citizenship. This annual award will also include recognition of leadership ability by selecting a graduate who has taken initiative in school activities and organizations that contribute to an improved quality of life for the greater community.
Scholarship awards shall be used toward the following, in order of priority: tuition and fees; books and supplies; room and board; and commuting expenses up to $50 a month.
One scholarship will be awarded to a Dutchtown High School senior who will attend an accredited two- and/or four-year college or university. The scholarship is a one-time award in the amount of $500.
In making its decision, the Scholarship Advisory Committee will use the following criteria:
- GPA and standardized test scores
- Extracurricular activities
- Leadership skills
- Community service
- Quality of personal statement
Contact Ellen Fargason, Donor Services, at 225-387-6126 or toll free at 877-387-6126. You may also email Helen at firstname.lastname@example.org
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