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Spring 2015 Newsletter (download)
In it's first year (1975-1976) the Association awarded two $150 grants to Santa Barbara High School seniors. From that point on, the scholarship program has grown exponentially. As of January 2012, we have awarded 638 scholarships totally nearly $640,465.00. Current scholarships are worth $1000. For the Class of 2014 graduates, the Alumni Association awarded 35 $1,000 scholarships.
Our scholarships fall into two categories: Perpetual (minimum
of $5,000 to start) and non-perpetual (minimum of $250 to
start). Some of the perpetual scholarships yield enough for
a full $1000 scholarship each year. The non-perpetual scholarships
exist in smaller amounts.
2014 Alumni Scholarship recipients
The scholarships honor former teachers or coaches (Schutte,
Moropoulos, Brubeck, Myers, Keeter/Poteet and Perry). Several
scholarships focus on vocational students (Aylesworth and
Class of '62). For a list of all scholarships offered by the Alumni Association, please check here.
We also have two "generic" Alumni Association scholarships:
the Alumni Memorial Scholarship and the Alumni Scholarship
Fund. These funds are sustained by the generous contributions
of alumni in memory of deceased classmates or faculty and
We welcome your donations and would be pleased to structure
a scholarship for you. For further information, or to make
a donation, please write to us at:
Santa Barbara High School Alumni Association
P. O. Box 6121
Santa Barbara, California 93160-6121
Or email us at: SBHSAlumniAssoc@gmail.com
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Santa Barbara High School?
Please print and complete the application form and mail it to
the indicated address. The lifetime membership fee of $40.00 supports
many worthwhile projects for Santa Barbara High School, including
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