Sammamish Rotary Scholarship Program
Each year, the Rotary Club of Sammamish awards up to one college scholarship for each of the three City of Sammamish high schools (including their affiliated home-schooled students). Each selected student will be awarded a scholarship of up to $4,000 over the expected length of their specific college program. The details for these scholarships are contained in the Scholarship Program Overview document and the application form are accessible from the page menu.
Tyler Zangaglia, Eastlake High School: Tyler Zangaglia will be attending Gonzaga University next year to study business. He looks forward to getting connected with the many clubs at Gonzaga, as well as in the greater Spokane area. As he advances through his college...read more
Scholarship Program Overview
This document, available in the sidebar link, explains the intent of the scholarships, the eligibility requirements, how scholarship funds may be used, the selection criteria, and the process with dates.
Scholarship Application Form
The Application form, which can be downloaded from the sidebar link, with a copy of High School Transcripts and letters of recommendation are required for a scholarship application as outlined in the Program Overview Document. Your Application must be RECEIVED by March 1!
Scholarship Recipient News
I’ve absolutely loved my first semester at Gonzaga! I’m currently an undeclared business major with a minor in entrepreneurial leadership. I’m excited to have joined Alpha Kappa Psi this past semester, the professional business fraternity on campus. I’m...read more
Greetings, Rotarians! Thank you again for having me to your meeting—each time I visit, I am again impressed by the strength of the community in the Sammamish Rotary. Thanks to your generous support, I have been able to take advantage of many different...read more
Jerome Siangco, a four year Sammamish Rotary scholarship reciepient, is going into his final semester at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. He will graduate in May with a Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies with a Peace and Conflict...read more
Coming home every summer entails a delightful visit to the Rotary club, and I am very thankful to the organization for supporting my college education. My experience at UW has been nothing short of engaging and unexpected. As a bioengineering student, I...read more