|ANNOUNCING MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NEW APPLICANTS|
Ross School is allocating up to $500,000 in merit scholarships for students local to the East End of Long Island for the 2016–2017 school year (see below for criteria). Apply today to be considered for these awards!
Ross School seeks students of diverse geographic, economic, social, ethnic and racial backgrounds. It is equally important that a student has a strong spirit, a commitment to learning, and a good character as well as an interest in experiencing other cultures, athletics and community service. We seek students with the talent and capacity to contribute to the School community and the community at large. We look for children with the energy and desire to take full advantage of the opportunities available.
MERIT SCHOLARSHIP CRITERIA
Scholarships will be awarded to applicants who meet the following criteria:
> Student is new to Ross School. (Current or previously enrolled Ross School students are not eligible.)
> Student is applying as a day student.
> Student resides within the five townships of the East End of Long Island (Riverhead, Southampton, Southold, Shelter Island, and East Hampton).
> Student has demonstrated strong academic performance or promise, as evidenced by grade reports, transcripts, standardized test scores, and/or other age-appropriate commendation.
> Student shows creativity and/or problem-solving talents as evidenced by projects or other performance-based activities.
All students applying for admission to Ross School as a day student in any grade (pre-nursery–12) who meet the above criteria will automatically be considered for a scholarship award. Finalists and their parents will be invited to Ross School for a campus tour and interview; parents must accompany their child. Up to $500,000 will be awarded to new Merit Scholars for the 2016–2017 school year.
Applicants for Pre-Nursery–Grade 12 and Postgraduates should apply online. We also accept SSAT's Standard Application Online for Grades 7–12 and Postgraduate, excluding Tennis Academy and Innovation Lab.
The Ross School admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
JANUARY 14, 12:00–2:00PM
New York, New York
100 Crosby St, Suite 301, New York, NY 10012
Ross Lower School
Wednesdays, 9am only
Ross Upper School
Wednesdays, 9am and 3pm
Enjoy a personal tour of our campuses, meet faculty and coaches, and talk with current students about our interactive, interdisciplinary curriculum. Let us show you how Ross School can inspire your student.PLEASE RSVPvisit@ross.org631-907-5400