SFSB Fleischmann & Floro Awards

Awards are made to graduating high school students with outstanding academic achievement and strong community service. Fifteen $1,000 Fleischmann Awards are available in Santa Barbara County, California.

The Floro Awards, which are a maximum of $5,000, are designated for students residing specifically in Santa Maria, Guadalupe, Orcutt and Los Alamos. Financial need is not a requirement.

Applicants must have:
- attended school in Santa Barbara County for grades 7-12 and be a graduating senior from a Santa Barbara County school.
- earned a minimum unweighted grade point average of 3.5.
- taken the SAT or ACT test.
- a strong record of community service activities.

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