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    Granting Dreams for K-12 Students

    The Granting Dreams program is designed to turn dreams into realities for students eager to further their learning or explore new opportunities. Grant requests have covered a wide range of interests, including Japanese lessons for a grade school youngster to a medical mission trip to Honduras and a student wanting to take a robotics class.

    Students can be awarded up to $250 to finance their dream, or they may be awarded community resources and/or alumni support. Students are encouraged to submit requests that demonstrate a commitment to developing a skill, acquiring knowledge or experience, or participating in activities related to school or the community. 

    In 2017, The Parkway Alumni Association awarded grants totaling approximately $17,800, as well as numerous resource grants to K-12 students in Parkway. To date, the Parkway Alumni Association has awarded nearly $307,500 in monetary grants for students, including more than 325 community resource grants.

    Two additional grant opportunities are available to high school students through the Granting Dreams program: the Thomas Phelps Entrepreneurship Award and the John L. Baker Music Scholars Award

    Applications for Dream Grants will be available to download from this webpage in December 2017. 

    Read some of the letters we have received from students who were awarded Dream Grants in 2017:

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