1923 Scholar Program
A PCD 1923 Scholar candidate demonstrates consistent academic excellence, strong character, commitment to extracurricular, club and/or community service activities, and a capacity to contribute as an engaged citizen at The Providence Country Day School.
PCD awards a limited number of 1923 scholarships each year to qualified candidates who demonstrate commitment to academic achievement and excellence as reflected in classroom grades, teacher comments, and standardized test scores (SSAT or ISEE).
To ensure a fair process, the children of PCD administration, faculty, staff and Board of Trustees are not eligible for these scholarships.
HOW TO APPLY
- Submit an application for admission by February 1.
- Submit a 1923 Scholar Nomination Form by February 1.
- Submit the Scholar Project by February 1.
Demonstrate, through the medium of your choice, how one of The Providence Country Day core values expresses who you are. The core values are: Commitment and Participation, Diversity, Hard Work, Honesty, Intellectual Curiosity, Respect, and Teamwork. Written submissions should not exceed 300 words. Audio and video submissions should not exceed three minutes. Portfolios should not exceed 10 pages.
- How many scholarships will be awarded?
- Is my 1923 Scholar award renewable?
- When is the application due?
- What is the amount of the scholarship?
- If we cannot afford the remaining 50% of tuition, can we apply for need-based financial assistance?
- When will I find out if I have been named a 1923 Scholar?
- Who do I contact if I have additional questions about the 1923 Scholar Program?
- Upper School recipient has earned academic honors for the year. Middle School recipient has qualified for the academic and citizenship honor roll for the year.
- Recipient has fulfilled the after school activities participation requirement.
- Upper School recipient has completed 15 hours of community service during the academic year.