The Rotary Club of Brighton's Anderson-McGregor Scholarship
 
Established in 1989 to honor the memory of veterinarian Thomas Anderson and dentist Donald McGregor, the BRIGHTON ROTARY ANDERSON – McGREGOR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP recognizes graduates or graduating seniors of Brighton Area Schools with scholarship awards to aid in financing their education. Brighton Rotarians Thomas Anderson and Donald McGregor were very active in the community, dedicated professionals, and sincerely believed in the value of education.

Eligibility
This scholarship will be awarded to a 2016 graduating senior from within the Brighton Area School District boundaries. Applicants must be accepted into and attend an approved Michigan school or institute of higher learning. Applicant selection will place emphasis on personal and scholastic achievement, financial need and personal qualities. A minimum of two $1,500 scholarships will be awarded.
 
Instructions
Complete the attached application to the best of your abilities. References listed may be contacted directly to provide further background. Please be sure to include as references such as counselors, teachers, employers, supervisors and family friends who know you well. For further information or questions, contact Brighton Rotarian Elizabeth Walker at BethWWalker@aol.com or 810-227-0656.
 
Applications will be reviewed by the Brighton Rotary Scholarship Committee, and selected students will be invited to interview with the committee in late April/early May. Lobbying by family and friends for specific candidates may result in disqualification.
 
Formal announcement of scholarship recipients will be made at the Brighton High School Senior Awards Night at the end of May.
Applications are due to the Brighton High School Counseling Office
ATTN: Barry Goode
by 2:30PM on Wednesday, April 6, 2016
The Rotary Club of Brighton's Academic Enrichment Scholarship for Students in Grade 6-8
 
One Academic Enrichment Scholarship, with a value up to $250, will be awarded by random draw to a student in grades 6-8 that registered and completed the 4/16/16 SAT Practice Test.
 
Please note that a student is only allowed to win once each academic year.
 
The award winner must be accepted into and attend an approved academic enrichment program of his/her choice during the 2016-2017 academic year or associated summers.
 
The Brighton Rotary Foundation will issue the scholarship check directly to the academic enrichment program administration to cover up to $250 of tuition fees..
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