MALTA — The Malta Sunrise Rotary Club expects to award two scholarships in 2023 to two graduating high school seniors. The first-place selected student will be awarded a one-time scholarship of $1,000. Additionally, a one-time $500 scholarship may be awarded to the runner-up scholarship finalist.
Applicants should demonstrate strong involvement in community service and excellence in their core curriculum education as shown by a minimum 90 high school GPA. Consideration will be given to financial need as shown by the expected family contribution on the FAFSA.
The applicants must reside in the Town of Malta, including the Village of Round Lake. This may include students enrolled at Ballston Spa High School, Shenendehowa Central Schools, any accredited private or parochial schools, and students participating in an accredited home-school program, as long as their legal residence is within the Town of Malta.
Postal addresses within the Town of Malta vary. School district officials and officials at Malta Town Hall may be able to assist you if you are uncertain about whether you qualify as a Malta resident.
The applicants should plan to attend any accredited university, college, community college or vocational/technical institute beginning in the fall of 2023.
Payment will be made directly to the student upon receipt of the award or disbursed in a manner in compliance with the student’s school district policies.