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SFSB - John and Peggy Maximus Fund for Foster Care Students

The Maximus Fund provides post-secondary educational scholarships for foster children. Priority is given to students who attend Santa Barbara County institutions of higher learning. Awards may be provided to those who are pursuing a technical education program at an accredited school.


Applicants must:
- Have attended school in Santa Barbara County, California, for grades 7 through 12.
- Be or have been a foster care child/ward of the court.
- Be enrolled full time in classes during the traditional school year and a minimum of three units during the summer at an approved school.

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