Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIPS ANNOUNCEMENT AND SELECTION

This site contains information about the scholarships. Additionally, announcements detailing availability of the scholarships and their criteria are mailed each year to all public and private Alameda County High Schools. The selection committee varies, consisting of representatives from the Coliseum Foundation Board, City of Oakland, County of Alameda, a four-year collegiate institution and the community.  They review the applications, interview the applicants and select the awardees. Application deadline will be April 30, 2017.

Robert T. Nahas Scholarship

Originally, two Robert T. Nahas scholarships were awarded. In 1983, Nahas funded two additional scholarship awards. Each of the four awards are $5,500 for four years for total of $22,000. They are presented to two male and two female native born graduating students who have been accepted by an accredited four-year college or university. Criteria include a 3.0 minimum grade point average, a record of community service and participation in the school’s competitive sports program.

Nahas Scholarship Application

 

George P. Scotlan Scholarship

Two Scotlan Scholarships are awarded, one to a male and one to a female, native born graduating student of an Alameda County high school. The awardees each receive $5,500 for four years for total of $22,000. Criteria for the Scotlan Scholarship include a 3.0 minimum grade point average, a record of community service and a demonstration of financial need.

Scotlan Scholarship Application

 

Ann and Jon Reynolds Scholarship

Two Reynolds Scholarships are awarded, one to a male, one to a female, native born graduating student of an Alameda County high school. The awardees each receive $5,500 for four years for total of $22,000. Criteria for the Reynolds Scholarship include a 3.0 minimum grade point average, a record of community service and a demonstration of financial need.

Reynolds Scholarship Application

 

Morgan Family Scholarship

Two Morgan Family Scholarships are awarded, one to a male, one to a female, native born graduating student of an Alameda County high school. The awardees each receive $5,500 for four years for a total of $22,000. Criteria for the Morgan Family Scholarship include a 3.0 minimum grade point average, a record of community service and a demonstration of financial need.

Morgan Family Scholarship Application