We look forward to learning more about you and your child who have shown interest in the Waterford School x Waterford.org Scholarship Program. As an employee of Waterford.org, you are invited to learn more about these scholarships through Waterford School’s Admissions Office by scheduling a visit.
The four available partial scholarships are intended to recognize and encourage the curiosity of motivated students who possess special gifts and talents in STEM, the humanities, the fine and performing arts, athletics, community service, leadership, or other curricular and co-curricular passion and talent.
Waterford School is Utah’s premier liberal arts, college preparatory private school for students in Preschool through High School. Waterford inspires individuals to pursue lives of meaning and purpose by providing students with a world-class education that stimulates intellect, ignites passion, and shapes character.
Waterford SchoolVision: We inspire individuals to pursue lives of meaning and purpose.Mission: We provide students with a world-class liberal arts education that stimulates intellect, ignites passion, and shapes character.
Waterford.org:Mission: Waterford.org seeks to blend the best aspects of learning science, mentoring relationships, and innovative technologies to form community, school, and home programs that deliver excellence and equity for all learners.
PartnershipSince its founding in 1981, the Waterford School has enjoyed an ongoing and vibrant partnership with its founding organization, Waterford.org. Reflective of our long history and shared legacy of providing educational excellence for all learners, Waterford School and Waterford.org have partnered together to provide this exciting opportunity.
Up to 4 scholarships are available at any one time.
The Waterford School x Waterford.org Scholarship is a partial scholarship. Scholarship awards may range from 10% to 90% tuition grant.
The four combined scholarships awarded to Waterford.org shall average no more than an overall 50% reduction in tuition.
Scholarship award recipients must be qualified and admitted to Waterford through the school’s admission process. The recipients will be determined to be mission-servable through the application process.
Scholarships will be available in grades where space availability is identified prior to the Priority Application Deadline of January 31.
The candidate will meet all admission qualifications through the submission of:
Deadline: Completed applications are due by JANUARY 31, 2023 for consideration in the 2023-2024 school year.
The final decision for the awarding of the Waterford School x Waterford.org Scholarships will be made by the Waterford School Admissions & Scholarship Committees; deliberations will remain confidential. Once a student has been admitted and awarded scholarship assistance, the award will be renewed annually through graduation so long as the student remains continuously enrolled and there are scholarships remaining in the Scholarship Pool. An annual review will be made of the student’s achievement, citizenship, and participation in the Waterford community.
For additional information, contactTodd Winters, Assistant Head of School for Enrollment & Institutional Advancement801-816-2203 or email@example.com
Available Scholarship Awards
Annual Scholarship Award Ranges
The Waterford School recognizes that the intellectual curiosity and self-reflection it desires from its students can best be accomplished in an environment that contains multiple points of view engendered by diverse life experiences. Toward that end, the School has established policies designed to attract and retain faculty, students and families who represent socio-economic and ethnic diversity.
The Waterford School admits students of any race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The Waterford School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or genetic information in administration of its educational policies, admissions and financial aid policies, and athletic and other school-administered programs.