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Sharon Reichow Memorial Scholarship

Annual Scholarship for New Saklan Students
 
For the 2020-21 academic year, The Saklan School is proud to offer a scholarship of up to $20,000 to new students in good academic standing who demonstrate a commitment to our mission of Thinking Creatively, Acting Compassionately and Living Courageously. This scholarship was created in memory of Sharon Reichow, a Saklan teacher who inspired a generation of students to follow the school mission and who gave each of her students a solid foundation upon which to build a successful academic future.
Who can apply?
This scholarship is available for new students in grades K-6 for the 2020-21 school year who show high academic potential and commitment to the School’s mission.
 
When will the scholarship begin?
The next available scholarship will begin with the 2020-21 academic year.
 
What is the duration of the scholarship?
The scholarship will be renewed annually for the entire length of matriculation at The Saklan School, provided that the recipient:
  1. Is in continuous full time enrollment at The Saklan School
  2. Remains in good academic standing (‘B’ average or better)
  3. Adheres to the School’s mission and code of behavior
How do I apply? 
  1. Students must complete an admissions application online through The Saklan School website (under Admissions / How to Apply)
  2. Students must also complete a separate scholarship application.
  3. In addition to the regular admissions process school visit, candidates will attend an interview with the Scholarship Committee.
How many recipients will be awarded the Sharon Reichow Scholarship?
The number of scholarship recipients will be determined by the Scholarship Committee and space availability.
 
Can I apply for additional financial aid?
Applicants are eligible to apply for further financial aid.
 
For more information
Contact Melissa Zippin, Director of Admissions, at admissions@saklan.org