Our Scholarship Program offers scholarships to graduating high school students in the tri-city area of Carlsbad, Oceanside, and Vista who are planning on attending a college or trade school. At the end of the 2020-2021 school year Assistance League@ of the North Coast awarded $2,500 scholarships to twenty graduating senior students in our service area.
Schools served are: Carlsbad High School, El Camino High School, General Raymond Murray High School, Mission Vista High School, New Haven High School, North County Trade Tech High School, Oceanside High School, Rancho Buena Vista High School, Sage Creek High School, and Vista High School.
This year ALNC will also offer a $5,000 Meredith Fellows Future Teacher Scholarship to one deserving graduate from the participating schools.
From Left to Right Beverly Charles – Ryan Read – Karen Antonio – Sondra Peppe
We are pleased to be able to assist accomplished young people on their path to success.
from one of the above schools may apply for a scholarship to help with funding their higher education.
Scholarships Of $2,500 are available to students from each designated and are awarded based on financial community service, and academic performance.
A Meredith Fellows Future Teacher Scholarship will be awarded based on commitment to the teaching profession financial need, community and school service and academic performance.
Currently our website is a work in progress. For information and an application, contact the Scholarship Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org
Trade Tech High School: Delanee Haskins and David Llamas
El Camino High School: Dulce Gomez and Brian Mendoza
Sage Creek High School: Nolan Mejia, Paola Gonzales and Elizabeth Gerhardt
New Haven Youth and Family Services: Johnny Richardson
Carlsbad High School: Karen Antonio, Lena McEachern, Shreya Ramesh and Ryan Read (Photo at above)
Vista High School: Daisy Cruz, Isabel Carreon and Colby Rafael
Major General Ray Murray High School: Aaron Littlepaw Gray
Rancho Buena Vista High School: Jed Quiaoit
Oceanside High School: Stephanie Gomez, Haley Gray and Fernando Hernandez