Scholarship Criteria - How students are chosen

Windows of Opportunity Scholarships

JTF provides scholarships to qualified students graduating from high schools offering alternative education curriculum:

  • Smaller campus and classroom environment.
  • AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination)
  • Baby Parenting Centers for teen moms.
  • Work/Study for Credit programs.
  • Select education study courses.
  • Counseling, guidance and placement services.
  • Independent study schedules matched to student needs and requirements.
  • English as a Second Language and curriculum supporting students of diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Makeup classes and tutoring for students returning to their home high school campus.
  • San Diego County Foster Care Program

* Recipients have been accepted to a two year or four year college or State certified professional/trade program.

* Recipients are recommended to JTF by the Counseling Departments of participating high schools or the Education Directors representing the Pacific Islander Communities.

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