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Community Scholarship Application
Bentonville High School
Class of 2014
Name of Scholarship: Ardis Ann/ Spring Hill Middle School PTO Scholarship Student Name: Josue Bolanos Student ID # 400014485
Address: 4006 SW Staverton Dr
City, State, Zip: Bentonville, AR, 72712
Phone: (479) 381-8970
References: Names of 3 people not related to you; one must be a teacher or counselor. If a letter of recommendation is required for this scholarship, please list those name(s) here. 1. | Name: Chad Mims Phone: (479) 254-5510 | | Phone: | | | | 2. | Name: Celine Simpson Phone: (479) 254-5100 | | | | 3. | Name: Kimberly Sullivan Phone: (479) 254-5100 | | | | | |
How do you plan to continue your education after high school?
College/Institution that you plan to attend: X
X
Have you been accepted? Yes ☐ No ☐ My application is being reviewed
What is your intended major or program of study? Pre-Med Occupational Goal (if decided): Not decided
Please estimate your expenses for Fall 2014 & Spring 2015: | Tuition: $ 22,750Room & Board: $ 8,908 | | Books/Supplies: $ 1,135Transportation/Commuting: $ 500 |
Have you received other scholarships? Yes
If yes, please indicate the total amount of scholarship money awarded and renewability: $ 18,000/yr
Please summarize your summer plans and estimate any money to be earned before starting the Fall 2014 semester? Stay home in Bentonville and travel to visit family in Costa Rica No estimation of money
What activities or extra-curricular activities do you plan to participate in during colleges Tennis Edward Jones Minority Scholar (includes trips to conferences in St. Louis, community service, and leadership…...

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