Scholarships will be awarded only to students who have applied for admission, or are currently enrolled at Portland Christian Schools.
Scholarship funds awarded may be used only towards tuition.
Scholarship funds will be applied after a thank you letter from the student to the donor has been received in the PCS Business Office. PCS will forward the letter to the donor as appropriate. If a thank you letter is not received within two weeks of the recipient receiving notice of the award, the funds will be released for another use and will no longer be available for the original applicant.
A student/family may apply for multiple scholarships. Multiple scholarships may be awarded to a single family based on administrative discretion. However, only one scholarship will be awarded per student.
A family may apply for scholarships and a variable tuition discount in the same year.
Recipients may apply for scholarships in subsequent years; some restrictions may apply.
School employees who receive a tuition discount, board members serving in the current academic year, and their immediate families, do not qualify for scholarship awards.
No parent, grandparent, legal guardian, or other family member of any individual who applies for a scholarship may serve on the decision committee for that particular scholarship.
Decision committee members shall remain anonymous.
The identity of applicants shall be withheld from decision committee members during the decision-making process.
PCS Scholarship funds will be allocated over the course of the selected payment plan. If the student’s attendance terminates during the school year, the scholarship funds shall be prorated for the time attended. Other rules may apply for recipients of the Weston Scholarship.
Both the student and their parent/guardian must agree to the terms of the scholarship award, as stated on the scholarship application.
Portland Christian Schools complies with federal and state requirements for nondiscrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, national and ethnic origin, in admission and access to its programs and activities.