Apply For A Scholarship 2018

Juniors and Seniors – tell us your story!

Northshore Schools Foundation wants to hear your story about how your life has been impacted by Foundation funded programs.   

Did those marimbas in elementary teach you team work that inspired your leadership service?  Did that leveled book help you grow your confidence and overcome a reading gap?  Did planting that seed in the garden help you to become an environmentalist?   

The Northshore Schools Foundation funds dozens of projects each year, and we aspire to impact students more than 18 times during their 13-year school path.   While our intended outcomes are to have engaged learners, relevant curriculum, and impactful instruction to support your life long success –  the Real impact on you as a student are varied and unpredictable.

Tell us your story!   And we will be awarding a $1500 scholarship to one winner from each of the 5 Northshore High Schools.  Applications must be submitted via google sheetL: by Feb 18th, 2018.


The Northshore Schools Foundation is pleased to announce its fourth annual scholarship for Northshore School District (NSD) Junior or Senior level students.

Fifteen hundred dollars will be awarding 5- $1500 scholarships to a NSD Junior or Senior, graduating from Bothell, Inglemoor, Northshore Networks,  North Creek,  Secondary Academy of Success, or Woodinville High Schools, who can best demonstrate how Foundation funded programs have made a meaningful impact on their life. A selection committee of Foundation volunteers will interview the top applicants. The scholarship winners will also be featured at the upcoming 15th annual All in for Kids Event, to be held April 24, 2017 at Evergreen Church.

The Northshore Schools Foundation has been awarding grants since 1996 impacting students through out their school career. The scholarship is an opportunity to showcase those students who have seen a positive impact on their life as a result of foundation funded programs or teacher training.

Applications must be submitted via google sheetL:

“We have been tracking our impact on students, and what we see is truly a journey that students take with the Foundation, throughout their school career,”  said Carmin Dalziel Northshore Schools Foundation Executive Director. “Every student’s journey is different; however the diversity and district wide nature of Foundation funding insures that all students see the benefits. We are excited to hear the student perspective and how they feel the Foundation has supported them through their experience in the Northshore School District.”

Applications are due February 18, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. For more information e-mail or call 425-408-7680.

Previous Winners Include:

2015 Amrutha Gujjar

2016 Mia Silverberg

2017 Edward Yang, Madison,  Kelsey Heinz,

About the Foundation

The Northshore Schools Foundation has been serving the Northshore community for the past 20 years.  They are best known for enriching the educational experience for students, supporting teachers and making a meaningful contribution to public education and the community. The Foundation has granted over $1.7 million dollars to our schools, funding programs and resources that benefit every student nearly every day during their school career.

Northshore Schools Foundation is a local 501 (c)(3) local non-profit, charity that serves students, and teachers in the Northshore School District located in the communities of Bothell, Kenmore and Woodinville. They have received several awards including 2017 & 2016 Best of Non-Profit of Northshore award, Guidestar- Gold Participant  and Great Non-Profits- Top-Rated

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