Scholarship Application

Olney Scholarship Application

Olney Friends School is committed to making our unique educational experience affordable for all accepted students. We believe that finances should never prevent a family from considering Olney as a high school option for their child. As such, we offer generous scholarship, fellowship, and need-based financial aid options.

If you and your child believe that Olney might be the right school for you, we encourage you to begin your scholarship application today!

Each year, Olney Friends School offers scholarships to students whose background or circumstances warrant financial support from our institution. We currently offer five scholarships:

 

Quaker Scholarship: Available to students who actively attend Quaker meetings, Friends Music Camp, or a similarly affiliated club or activity. Students who have attended a Friends Council on Education member school should apply for the FCE Scholarship instead. If the student is an active member of a Friends meeting and has attended an FCE member school, then the student may apply for both.

 

Heritage Scholarship: Available to students with previous family connections to the school. These connections can include being a legacy (parents or grandparents attended) or having other family members (siblings, aunts/uncles, cousins) who were alumni, honorary alumni, or friends of the school.

 

NAIS Scholarship: Available to students who have attended or graduated, in good standing, from an National Association of Independent Schools member institution within the past two academic years.

 

FCE Scholarship: Available to students who have attended or graduated, in good standing, from an Friends Council on Education member institution within the past two academic years.

 

Opportunity Scholarship:  Available to students living in geographically and socioeconomically disadvantaged areas, or areas impacted by natural disasters.

 

If you are ready to apply, please fill out the form below. We ask that prospective applicants provide between 100-500 words describing the following:

 

– Who are you?
– What personal qualities will you/do you bring to Olney? 
– Why do you feel deserving of an award?
– How can Olney support you in your interests, growth, and success?

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Olney Friends School is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory boarding and day school offering individualized instruction in small class settings for grades 9-12.

Phone: 740-425-3655

Fax: 740-359-4015

The Main Office is staffed seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. till about 10:00 p.m. when school is in session. The administrator on call is available for emergencies 24 hours a day during the school year at 740-359-4015.

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