Children’s School offers scholarships

The Children’s School in La Jolla announced several full-tuition scholarships will be awarded in the 2011-12 school year for its Nelson Middle Years (NMY) program. These scholarships will extend from program entry until graduation.
Eligible candidates are well-rounded, academically motivated fifth- through eighth-grade students applying to and enrolling at The Children’s School and its Nelson Middle Years program for the first time.

First priority will be given to applications received by Feb. 1 and will be accepted until awards are made on March 4.
For more information about The Nelson Scholars Program and to apply, visit or contact Rachel Ridgeway, director of admissions, at (858) 454-0184 x101 or

— Source: The Children’s School

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