Private school scholarships available for area high school students
Fishburne Military School is constantly in search of young men nation-wide with leadership potential. If you think a young man in your town has what it takes to be a leader in our Corps of Cadets but tuition seems beyond their family’s ability, FMS wants to speak to them.
The Leadership for Life Scholarship is a competitive, merit-based award given to recognize and encourage academic achievement and community service. This scholarship is intended for new students (rising grades 8-11) who desire to pursue a high school education in a military atmosphere and have demonstrated superior academic excellence along with an aptitude for community service.
Application deadline for Fishburne Military School’s Leadership for Life Scholarships is June 23.
The Fishburne-Hudgins Educational Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to its mission of: providing young men with a sound academic foundation, a healthy mental and physical environment, and leadership training for a better understanding of the obligations of honor, citizenship and self-discipline. It is the parent organization of Fishburne Military School, the oldest and smallest of all military schools for boys in Virginia.
The Leadership for Life Scholarship is intended to prepare students for college and university level studies, hopefully via ROTC scholarships or acceptance to one of the five service academies. The Leadership for Life scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance to students who desire to pursue lives of leadership in a military school atmosphere and have demonstrated academic excellence along with an aptitude for community service.
The mission of Fishburne Military School is to provide each cadet with a sound academic foundation, a healthy mental and physical environment, and leadership training for a better understanding of the obligations of honor, citizenship, and self-discipline.
More information is available at: www.fishburne.org/leadershipforlifescholars.