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Propel Schools' Scholarships

Ensuring Continued Scholar Success Last Updated: 4/8/2021 7:01 PM

As a public charter school, Propel has the opportunity to educate scholars with a wide range of abilities, experiences and challenges. Educating our scholars is about more than just the material, but also about preparing them for tomorrow, whether that's a vocational school, a university, or any other form of continuing education. However, every scholar's story is different and for some, these options can be out of reach.

By providing sufficient scholarship assistance, we can enable greater success in higher education and provide backing for deserving scholars who want to further their education and give back to their community. Scholarships can give someone easier access to more colleges and the very best education.

Here are the scholarships currently offered through Propel Schools:
 

POWER OF PROPEL 
 

Madison Gallogly

Propel Braddock Hills High School

Nathan Collura

Propel Montour High School

Chaney Ware

Propel Braddock Hills High School

Keelee Marra

Propel Andrew Street High School

Reyhan Faizi

Propel Andrew Street High School

MaRiah Griffin

Propel Braddock Hills High School

Emily Smith 

Propel Braddock Hills High School

Sayvon Knight

Propel Andrew Street High School

Nichole O'Dell 

Propel Braddock Hills High School

Overview

Gifts from Propel Schools' annual Power of Propel Gala Sponsorships and other generous supporters fund the awarding of ten Power of Propel scholarships. The purpose of Power of Propel is to award post-secondary scholarships to Propel Schools high school seniors pursuing post-secondary education and vocational opportunities. Post-secondary pursuits can be expensive, and we are pleased to award funds for needs such as tuition, room and board, books, technology, vocational training, or tools related to trade apprenticeship program. A total of $2,500 in scholarship monies will be received by Propel Schools scholars during their post-secondary educational years. Only Propel Schools' twelfth-graders are eligible to apply. Recipients must attend the Power of Propel Gala.



FUTURE ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP TRUST (FAST)

King Moore

Propel Homestead

Zariah Arnolds Stephens

Propel McKeesport

Overview
A generous gift from Tasso Katselas funds the award of two FAST scholarships. The purpose of FAST is to award post-secondary scholarships to Propel Schools scholars who have demonstrated success, resilience, and are poised to carry forward Propel's values. The purpose of this scholarship is to demonstrate the strength of our shared belief in the bright future of our scholars by committing present resources, when scholars complete eighth-grade, that they will need in the future when the time comes for the selected scholars to attend college or other institutions of post-secondary learning. A total of $16,500 in scholarship monies will be received by Propel Schools scholars during their high school and college years.

Only eighth-graders who have been at Propel Schools for four years are eligible to apply. Recipients must complete and submit at least 40 service hours in the Propel community for each following school year before receiving their $500 stipend for 9th, 10th, & 11th-grades. This stipend is intended to be used each year to support their personal growth and education.
 


JEREMY RESNICK LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP
 

Justin O'Shell
2020 Recipient

Overview
 Established in 2019, the Jeremy Resnick Leadership Scholarship will honor the most outstanding senior student that demonstrates servant leadership. The scholarship was created to honor the professional life and legacy of Jeremy Resnick, co-founder of Propel Schools. The awarded recipient will receive $10,000 in scholarship monies to be used over a four-year period.


Cessna Family STEM Scholarship

Overview

Established in 2021, the Cessna Family STEM Scholarship will honor an outstanding senior student pursuing a career in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics) field. The scholarship was created by Greg & Denise Cessna through the Cessna Family Foundation to share their passion for careers in STEM. Awarded recipient will receive $20,000 in scholarship monies to be used over a four-year period.

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