2020 Georgia Scholar Program Student Application

  • SCHOOL INFORMATION

  • Select your school's congressional district. Click here to find your Congressional District.
  • APPLICANT INFORMATION

  • CRITERION ONE

    A student must earn at least 22 Carnegie Units of credit for graduation and have taken: 4 Units in English Language Arts 4 Units in Mathematics, including one unit in Algebra II (or its equivalent) 3 Units in Science, including one unit in Physics or Chemistry 3 Units in Social Studies, Including Economics, Citizenship, World History, and U.S. Studies 2 Units in a single Foreign Language 1 Unit in Fine Arts, chosen from Visual Arts, Music, Dance, or Dramatic Arts (Can be waived if Fine Arts are not required)
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  • CRITERION TWO

    A student must have a minimum combined score of 1360 (math and verbal {verbal: a combination of reading and writing} on the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) at one test sitting; OR a composite score of 31 at one test sitting on the American College Test (ACT).
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  • CRITERION THREE

    A student has a non-weighted, cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.75 on a 4.0 scale, where A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, and D = 1 in core courses.
  • Please enter a number greater than or equal to 3.75.
  • CRITERION FOUR

    Registered to vote if a United States citizen and 18 years of age on or before January 31, 2019.
  • CRITERION FIVE

    A one page letter from adult outside of school or family must be uploaded. A student shows evidence of self-esteem and concern for others in day-to-day activities.
  • CRITERION SIX

    A student has participated in at least three (3) different competitive interscholastic activities (e.g., athletics, music and literary events, fairs, and exhibits).
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  • CRITERION SEVEN

    A student has been appointed by school official or elected to positions of leadership in a minimum of two (2) different organizations sponsored by the school.
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  • CRITERION EIGHT

    A student has shown evidence of leadership in a minimum of two (2) different organizations outside the school, including being appointed by an organization sponsor or elected to a position of leadership or role of responsibility in a minimum of one (1) of these activities. Note: This does not include paid positions. List position(s) of responsibility/leadership, including dates of involvement/service.
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    A student has shown evidence of leadership in a minimum of two (2) different organizations outside the school, including being appointed by an organization sponsor or elected to a position of leadership or role of responsibility in a minimum of one (1) of these activities. Note: This does not include paid positions.
  • SIGNATURE PAGE

    Download the signature page here and the then upload it after all signatures are obtained.
  • Handwritten signatures are required