CORK High School Scholarship

Attention Central Oregon High School Track and XC Coaches:
Please distribute this information to individuals that coordinate scholarship opportunities at your schools for distribution to qualifying students, and to student athletes that you know may qualify:
This year the Central Oregon Running Klub is pleased to announce that we will again be awarding two $500 student athlete scholarships.  The scholarships will be awarded to two graduating seniors that have participated in any organized Cross Country or Track activity recognized by one of the Central Oregon school districts.  The application for the scholarships is attached, and key highlights summarized below.  Please share this information with all appropriate school administrators and eligible student athletes.  If you have any questions, please contact Kari Strang, CORK Board Member, for further information (karissstrang@gmail.com541.788.6412).
PLEASE NOTE:  All Applications are due no later than April 25, 2014
Central Oregon Running Klub
Cross Country / Track Scholarship Application
The Central Oregon Running Klub (CORK) Scholarships are awarded each year at the Senior Awards Ceremony and/or at a CORK Board Meeting. The amount of the scholarships will be determined annually by CORK dependent upon their financial status; but shall not be less than $500 each for one male and female athlete, for a total of two scholarships.An athlete is defined as any individual participating in any organized Cross Country or Track activity recognized by one of the Central Oregon School Districts.Qualifications to Determine Eligibility for Scholarships:
Applicant must be a senior in a Central Oregon School District
Applicant must have applied or been accepted to an institute of higher learning
Applicant must participate in an organized activity recognized by one of the Central Oregon School Districts, in either Cross Country or Track, during his/her senior year
Applicant must attain a minimum of seven semester cumulative grade point average of 3.0
Applicant cannot have been awarded a full scholarship from any other source or combined source
Applicant must also be in compliance with the following stipulations:
Athletic Code of Conduct and the Student Behavior Code
Athletes shall take the responsibility seriously and refrain from use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, and/or shall refrain from participation in inappropriate and illegal behavior/activity both in and out of school
It is expected the student-athletes shall conduct themselves at all times in a manner that reflects favorably not only on themselves and their family, but on our school district and communities as well

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