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. Please read carefully and submit a complete Application Form before the Deadline – March 15, 2018.
Scholarship Recipient News
My name is Madeline Iem and I graduated from Eastside Catholic in 2017. I am currently going into my sophomore year at Loyola University of Chicago. I am majoring in Early Childhood Special Education with a minor in Psychology. I am involved with a wide...read more
Hi! My name is Kaley Romero, and I am honored to be the 2017 Sammamish Rotary Scholarship awardee from Skyline High School. I am a freshman attending the University of Oklahoma and a member of the Honors College and National Merit Scholar Program. I am...read more
Hello Rotarians! My name is Alyse Barlow, last year’s scholarship awardee from Eastlake High School, and I am currently a second semester freshman attending the University of Southern California. I came into USC majoring in Biomedical Engineering, but...read more
Katie, with the help of a four year Sammamish Rotary scholarship, graduated in the University of Colorado class of 2016 with a BS/MS Architectural Engineering degree, with an emphasis on Illumination. During her time at Boulder, Katie was an active member of...read more