FBOL Scholarship Opportunity for High School Students Graduating from Programs Offering Blended and Online Learning

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Applications for post-secondary financial support accepted through February 15, 2019

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Blended and online learning opportunities have offered new pathways for a new generation of students, especially those for whom an alternative made the difference between success and failure. FBOL is proud to help them continue that path.

Through February 15, 2019, the Foundation for Blended and Online Learning (FBOL) is accepting applications for post-secondary scholarships from high school seniors planning to attend a two-year, four-year, or vocational college. Awards of $5,000 and $10,000 are available to students from the United States, U.S. territories, and military families serving around the world. Information can be found at https://learnmore.scholarsapply.org/fbol-scholarship/.

“The foundation has been honored to aid college-bound students in their transition to higher education and to follow along with their learning journeys,” said Amy Valentine, FBOL’s executive director. “Blended and online learning opportunities have offered new pathways for a new generation of students, especially those for whom an alternative made the difference between success and failure. FBOL is proud to help them continue that path.”

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.

“Celebrating student success lies at the core of the foundation’s work to support quality blended and online learning programs,” said Linda Lopez, a founding member of FBOL’s board of directors. “Opening access to higher education for deserving learners has taught us much about what is working in secondary schools, and, just as importantly, where improvement remains crucial to the future of our workforce and country.”

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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