Photo courtesy of the City of Mercer Island
                                Photo courtesy of the city of Mercer Island

Photo courtesy of the City of Mercer Island Photo courtesy of the city of Mercer Island

Outstanding Student Award scholarships are available for Mercer Island students

The scholarships are sponsored by the Mercer Island Masonic Lodge #297.

  • Tuesday, March 20, 2018 3:28pm
  • Life

Mercer Island Masonic Lodge #297 is sponsoring the 2018 Outstanding Student Award Program.

All seniors and juniors attending Mercer Island High School are eligible to apply for several college financial scholarships and receive recognition for outstanding achievement. This year the application process is all electronic to make it faster and easier to apply for this award.

Three seniors will be eligible to receive a financial college scholarship award of $2000 for first place, $1,000 for second place and $500 for third place. The first place junior will receive a $500 college scholarship award.

To receive an application, students can send an email to Dan Taylor at dantaylor@msn.com. He will forward the electronic Word application. The deadline for returning a completed application is March 30.

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