Closing the Digital Divide scholarship through Kaplan4kids is dedicated to providing leadership and support for High School students in grades 9-12 interested in furthering their education. The mission of this scholarship is to give deserving students of the Natomas Unified School District the tools they need to be successful in both their personal and school lives. While students who overcome adversity have made significant gains in California, the efforts to achieve parity for all students must continue. The first step in encouraging students to be leaders begins at the local level and it starts with our students in school.
Additional information can be found on the Closing the Digital Divide Scholarship application. Entries are due by Wednesday, March 13 (postmarked) or Friday, March 15 (dropped off at Education Center).