ASBC Foundation Scholarships

Applicants Must Meet the Following Requirements:

  1. Graduate from a high school in the Washington, DC metropolitan area (Washington, D.C.; Alexandria, VA; Arlington County, VA; Fairfax County, VA; Falls Church, VA; and Prince Georges County, MD) by June 30, 2019, or be a member of Alfred Street Baptist Church.
  2. US citizenship.
  3. Admitted to and committed to attend a four-year institution.
  4. Demonstrated commitment to community service.
  5. Maintain a solid academic record with a 2.75 or higher grade point average and combined SAT scores (reading/writing and math) of 850 or above /or composite ACT score of 19 or higher.
  6. Exhibit financial need.

Award Amounts: Approximately 25 one-year Legacy Scholarships, ranging from $1,000 to $10,000. Two $20,000 Millennium Scholarships ($5,000 annually for up to 4 years).

Application Deadline: April 14, 2019.

All students must submit the online application and ensure that all supplementary material is emailed to: gro.teertsderfla@noitadnuof by April 14, 2019. If the submission of official documents by email violates school policy or would require applicants to pay a fee, supplemental materials including transcripts recommendations and test scores signed by a counselor or other school official and submitted via snail mail on or before the application deadline will be considered.

The mailing address is:

Alfred Street Baptist Church Foundation
325 South Patrick Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Scholarship Committee

Contact: scholarship@alfredstreet.org
The committee gives scholarships to high school seniors who have been a member of ASBC for a minimum of two years and have participated in youth activities, on a regular basis, during the last two years of high school. The committee also assists undergraduate students who are having financial difficulties. In addition, participants attend both academic and financial seminars throughout the day, to learn more about the college admissions process, and financial aid requirements. The weekend concludes with HBCU Sunday, where the guest speaker, from an HBCU, is recognized during Sunday Worship Services at ASBC.