2019 FBOL Scholarship Supports College-Bound Graduates of Schools Including Blended and Online Learning

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Deadline to apply for post-secondary financial awards is Friday, February 15

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The Foundation for Blended and Online Learning (FBOL) is accepting applications for their annual scholarship program celebrating college-bound graduates of high school programs including blended and online learning opportunities. Qualified students graduating from high school in 2019 and planning to attend a two-year, four-year, or technical college are encouraged to apply for awards of up to $10,000.

“Each year, we are proud to support the continuing education of students who have taken advantage of learning opportunities including blended and online courses,” said Amy Valentine, FBOL’s executive director. “We know they matriculate to higher education institutions with learning skills that can help them persist through the transition to more self-directed academic environments.”

Scholarship applicants must have completed a minimum of five blended or online high school courses to qualify. Online applications will be accepted through February 15, 2019 at https://learnmore.scholarsapply.org/fbol-scholarship/. The application, review, and award process is managed by FBOL partner Scholarship America.

FBOL scholarship recipients are currently attending a variety of schools ranging from two-year associate’s programs to Ivy League universities and are pursuing studies in poetry, engineering, political science, veterinary medicine, and more. To learn more about the scholarship program and other FBOL activities, please visit https://www.blendedandonlinelearning.org/.

About the Foundation for Blended and Online Learning

Through scholarships, grants, original research, and strategic partnerships with a diverse cross-section of leaders, the Foundation for Blended and Online Learning is working to close the gap between the pace of technology in daily life and the pace of change in education. By documenting and sharing their stories, our efforts to keep the student, parent, and educator experience central to the conversations about the future of education help ensure that “school” effectively serves all learners and students can achieve their unique and unbounded potential. Learn more at https://www.blendedandonlinelearning.org/.

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