2020 Scholarship Winners 

   CONGRATULATIONS!!

 It is with great pleasure and pride we announce the 2020 SGVJAA Scholarship Award Winners. This year we have 8 Scholars who were selected.

As in years past, all of our applicants are a group of amazing young men and women whose accomplishments not only include the top GPA’s and test scores but many awards and accolades for their efforts. What sets this group of individuals apart, is the determination to move forward. In spite of the current situation, these individuals stayed focused on their future and were able to obtain all required documents for scholarship eligibility.  

We wish the very best to each one of you as you move forward toward your goal. Due to our current Social Distancing requirements by the State of California, we are unable to have a live presentation.

 The winners are listed below:

 

Thomas

McConnell

La Canada

Aaron

Garcia

La Canada

Mark

Carrillo

Boyle Heights

Nichole

Orozco

Boyle Heights

Isabella

Ramos

El Sereno

Daniel

Gomez

Boyle Heights

Andrew

Avila

Temple City

Nicholas

Carrillo-Davidson

Hacienda Heights

 

 

 

College Scholarship Applications 

 

2020 DOWNLOAD - College Scholarship Applications

 

 

If you have questions about this scholarship application or our scholastic program Phone 626 786-2773 (9:00 AM to 8:00 PM) 7 days a week.  If no answer, leave a message including your name, area code, and phone number.  Also, state the best time for me to return your call. Or you may e-mail me at (mike@kapmfg.com).



SCHOLASTIC ELIGIBILITY 

A student is scholastically eligible if: 

1. The student is currently enrolled in the school semester. 

2. The student passed the semester requirements at the completion of the previous regular grading period. 

3. The student is maintaining minimum progress towards meeting the requirements as prescribed by the governing board. 

4. The student has maintained during the previous grading period a minimum of a 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale in all enrolled courses. A participant agrees to maintain at least a 2.0 GPA in school grades or be declared ineligible. 

NOTE: Jr. College and Trade School enrollment are not eligible for scholarships The Scholarship Committee will settle all disputes on a participant: Grades eligibility (averages) and borderline cases.