TSA’s Middle School Announces New Need-Based Scholarship

Posted by on Feb 11, 2017 in Home Page, Middle School

The Sharon Academy Middle School in Sharon, VT is pleased to offer The Pat Woodin Scholarship to students enrolled in TSA’s 7th or 8th grade with a demonstrated need for financial aid. The Sharon Academy is offering six scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year.

The Pat Woodin Scholarship Fund is named for a beloved member of The Sharon Academy (TSA) community who passed away in 2013. Pat Woodin was the school’s first Internet Technology  Director and a parent of three TSA alumni, Maegan, Bekah, and Tim. Pat and her husband, Joe Woodin, former CEO at Gifford Medical Center, were especially active in their support of the school.

The scholarship can cover up to $10,000 of tuition expenses. Families who receive a scholarship, will be required to cover the difference between any award and full tuition. Tuition for the 2016-2017 was $14,773. Tuition will be set for 2017-18 in the month of February. 

The Sharon Academy Middle School is a lively, academically rigorous learning environment that nurtures intelligent, independent, and creative thinking in a small school community, awakening students to their immense potential and the difference they can make in the world.

Successful scholarship applicants will demonstrate:

  • financial need
  • strong academic curiosity
  • respect for self and others
  • diverse interests and talents
  • willingness to work hard as active members of the TSA community.  

Applicants will be assessed based on this application and an interview with the Director of the Middle School.

To learn more about the Pat Woodin Scholarship or to apply, please click here.

To make a contribution to The Pat Woodin Scholarship Fund to support need-based scholarship at The Sharon Academy, contact:

Jenn Hayslett, Sr. Director for Development
(802) 236-9598 x 227
jhayslett@sharonacademy.net

Or click here to make a donation today: Donate to The Sharon Academy’s Pat Woodin Scholarship

 

 

 

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