DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 4/15/2017
Are you a high school senior who has exelled in High School while overcoming personal hardship relating to cancer? The Zaching Against Cancer Foundation (ZACF) is proud to present six Spirit Award Scholarships to Maryland students. . Hardshipsinclude being a cancer survivor, a caregiver for someone with cancer or a relative of a person with cancer. For 2017 the ZACF will provide six $2,500 scholarships to Maryland High School students planning to attend a two or
four year college. Two scholarships will be awarded to Centennial High School Students, two scholarships will be awarded to Howard County students attending any other Howard County High School and two scholarships will
be awarded to students attending High School in other Maryland counties. Students at private schools are also
welcome to apply.
The criteria for these scholarships are as follows:
Minimum 2.0 GPA.
Must be a senior in high school.
Must plan to attend a two or four year university within the following calendar year of receipt of scholarship.
Must have overcome some sort of significant hardship, medical challenge and/or family issue relating to cancer during their life.
Complete the 5 sections of the nomination form, including 3 individual nomination forms.
Is not a family member of a Zaching Against Cancer Foundation Board or Scholarship Selection Committee Member.
To apply, please download the application, complete it, and return via email or snail mail by 4/15/2017.
Click here to download the application: 2017 Scholarship Application
Thanks so much for your interest and support in Zaching Against Cancer!
2016 ZACF SPIRIT AWARD SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
2015 ZACF SPIRIT AWARD SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Jordan Burk – Centennial High School
Robert Simpson – Centennial High School
Jonathan Gould – Howard High School
Caroline Fourney – Reservoir High School