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Woodbury, Connecticut


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I'm eligible for a scholarship?

Senior applicants must be a Woodbury resident * planning to attend an accredited, post secondary course of study. Scholarships are awarded based on a combination of scholarship, school activities, community service and financial need. Most awards are a combination of these elements in varying proportions.  Additionally, there are scholarships available through named endowments and grants that may have additional criteria (see Scholarship List). Currently, scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors and prior recipients entering their sophomore, junior or senior year in college and who have maintained a demonstrated 3.0 GPA.

* Bethlehem residents who are graduating seniors may be eligible for 4 scholarships sponsored by the WSF. See the high school Guidance web site for details.

How do I apply for a scholarship?

Applications must be submitted by April 1st of each year for awards made in June. Application instructions are included on the application form. The form may be downloaded from this site or are available in the guidance office at Nonnewaug High School.

How are award recipients determined?

A selection committee comprised of Woodbury Scholarship Fund trustees and other community volunteers reviews the applications. Applicants are evaluated based on the content of the application and, in some cases, an interview.

Will my application be kept confidential?

Yes. Only selection committee members see applications. The required financial piece, page one of the Student Aid Report (SAR), is seen only by the selection committee chairperson.

Who do I contact with questions about applying?

All questions may be directed to the Woodbury Scholarship Fund, Box 716, Woodbury Connecticut 06798 or to our site at

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