ALCS - Ella, Michael & Ella
Memorial Scholarship

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Aldo Leopold Charter School’s Ella, Michael, and Ella Memorial Scholarship was established in loving memory of the Aldo Leopold Charter School students Ella Kirk, Michael Mahl and Ella Myers who lost their lives in a small airplane accident in May of 2014. Their dedication to environmental studies, music and the arts, and their level of community involvement and civic engagement serves as an inspiration to all.

This memorial scholarship fund will help continue to keep Ella, Michael and Ella in all our hearts and minds by providing Aldo Leopold Charter School graduates the opportunity to reach their own potential in the manner we so admired in each of these three students.

The mission of the Ella, Michael, Ella Memorial Scholarship is to inspire young people to follow their passion for the environment, arts, music and community involvement, and to support young people as they begin their post-secondary studies.

One recipient for the $2,000 scholarship is selected annually.

To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must: be current Aldo Leopold High School graduating seniors; plan to enroll full-time in college, community college, trade, or vocational school in fall 2018; have maintained a 3.0 cum GPA throughout high school; have a strong commitment to community involvement; and have an interest in music, arts, environmental science, and/or community sustainability.

Applications will be accepted beginning January 5, 2018.

To apply, you are required to register on NMCF’s web portal as a scholarship applicant. Please select “Scholarship Applicant” under “Portal Access” on the registration form. Register here.

Please note that you will have the option to save and come back to your application. You can access the login page by clicking “Login Page” at the top right corner of the registration page or by clicking here.

Deadline: February 28, 2018 at 5pm
Scholarship recipients will be announced in early April 2018.

For more information, contact