A $4000 first place academic scholarship and a $2000 second place academic scholarship will be awarded to the high school seniors each year who:
A) Can be certified to be a child of an owner or an employee of an RSA skating center or a child or employee of an RSA affiliated member.
B) Completes and timely submits the scholarship application form in its entirety.
C) Must have at least a 3.2 grade point average on an unadjusted 4.0 scale.
D) ACT/SAT scores must be submitted with scholarship application and will be taken into consideration when considering potential scholarship awards.
E) Demonstrates excellence in all areas they choose to engage; academics, work, volunteering, athletics, community, civic, and faith-based organizations, etc.
F) Must have three (3) letters of reference, one from each of the following: RSA member/affiliate member; guidance counselor; teacher.
G) Must include complete high school transcripts.
H) Must include a 500- to 700-word personal essay explaining how roller skating has influenced your life, your goals for the future, and how this scholarship would help you achieve those goals.
A) Application should be submitted for the fall semester.
B) Applicants must meet the criteria to be considered for this scholarship.
C) Completed applications must be received at the Roller Skating Foundation by February 28, 2020.
D) Application must be submitted the year in which you plan to attend college.
E) Award will be announced in early April 2020. Winner will be posted on www.rollerskating.com.