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JCS Newhoff Scholarship for a Jewish Student with a Diagnosed Learning Disability

The Newhoff Scholarship will be awarded to a Jewish student with a diagnosed learning disability. Students do not need to be from single-parent homes to be eligible. It is available to graduating high school students from the Baltimore Metropolitan Area for assistance in pursuing vocational, trade or college education at an accredited United States institution. Scholarship awards vary.


The JCS Scholarship Committee, in evaluating applications, will consider factors such as financial need, academic performance and potential, extra-curricular and community activities, part-time and summer employment and Jewish community involvement.

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