Graduation Caps

Scholarships

Incoming Student/

Freshmen Scholarships:

Criteria: 

To qualify, applicants must demonstrate substantial financial need and provide a written essay explaining the need. To demonstrate substantial financial need, applicants must provide: a copy of most recent W-2 (if applicable), a copy of most recent paystub (if applicable), a copy of most recent W-2 for anyone providing substantial support to the applicant, and any other financial documentation to prove claims made in the Essay (bank statements, loan or mortgage documents, etc.). Recipients must also maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5. Failure to meet the GPA standard or consistently serve the weekly hours during the school year could result in partial loss of scholarship. Additional criteria is required for the World Challenge Scholarship: a 2-3 minute testimonial video must be submitted as well as a maintained 3.0 GPA through out enrollment. 

Description:

Awarded to students who exemplify Summit’s motto of “Living for the Benefit of Others”.  Students with outstanding personal recommendations from their original Summit application and good academic standing may apply.  All Summit awarded scholarship recipients are asked to serve 4-8 hours of per week during the school year.  The number of hours of service are tiered based on the size of the award.

Summit

Scholarship

$1,000 - $5,000

Description:

Awarded to talented young people who are at risk due to economic or other circumstances. The recipients of this scholarship opportunity display a heart to be involved in ministry and serve others but may not have the financial means to further their education. All TSC awarded scholarship recipients are asked to serve 6-8 hours of per week during the school year.  The number of hours of service are tiered based on the amount of the award.  

Times Square Church Scholarship

$3,000 - $5,000

Description:

Awarded to a few exceptional young people based demonstrated service, leadership potential and financial need. The recipients of this scholarship display a heart to be involved in ministry and serve others but may not have the financial means to further their education.  Interview(s) and a video testimony will be required.  All recipients of this scholarship should be willing to commit to 4 hours per week of volunteer give back time during the school year and 11 weeks during the summer between freshmen and senior years.  Failure to give back could result in partial loss of scholarship.  Recipients will also be given special consideration for internship opportunities at Summit for the year after graduation.  

World Challenge 

Scholarship

$7,850

Senior Scholarships:

Criteria: 

To apply, students must demonstrate financial need and provide a written essay to explain the need.  To demonstrate a financial need, students must provide: a copy of most recent W-2 (if applicable), a copy of most recent paystub (if applicable), a copy of most recent W-2 for anyone providing significant support to the student, and any other financial documentation to prove claims made in the written essay (bank statements, loan or mortgage documents, etc.).  Students must also have and maintain a GPA of 2.5 or risk loss or partial loss of scholarship.  The Cross and the Switchblade and Jacob’s scholarships require the student to have and maintain a GPA of 2.0.  

Description:

Awarded to students who exemplify Summit’s motto of “Living for the Benefit of Others”.  Students with outstanding personal recommendations from their original Summit application and good academic standing may apply.  All Summit awarded scholarship recipients are asked to serve 4-8 hours of per week during the school year.  The number of hours of service are tiered based on the size of the award. 

Summit

Scholarship

$1,000 - $5,000

Description:

Awarded to talented young people who are at risk due to economic or other circumstances. The recipients of this scholarship opportunity display a heart to be involved in ministry and serve others but may not have the financial means to further their education. All TSC awarded scholarship recipients are asked to serve 6-8 hours of per week during the school year. The number of hours of service are tiered based on the amount of the award.

Times Square Church Scholarship

$3,000 - $5,000

Description:

Awarded annually to students from urban areas, demonstrating obvious financial need and a desire to reach inner city youth.

Cross &

Switchblade

$1,000 - $3,000

Description:

Awarded to a student of character and pressing financial need.

Jacob

Scholarship

$1,000 - $3,000

Description:

Awarded to students from a home education background who demonstrate obvious financial need, have a record of volunteer service in their community.

Lea Pepitone

Scholarship

$2,500

Description:

Awarded to a deserving student of some Native American Heritage.

General Larry Powell Scholarship

$2,000 - $5,955

Description:

Awarded to student(s) based on economic need and their sincere desire to act and serve society beyond all cultural differences; not only in the land and the locality that they are from but the whole world. Remembering that “God never measures the mind ... He always puts His tape measure in the heart”. 

 

Lord Jesus I offer myself for your people in anyway, anyplace, anytime. – Corrie Ten Boom.

Corrie Ten Boom Scholarship

$8,000

Description:

This scholarship is awarded to a student who wants to serve the Lord through worship or other music related service. 

Joseph & Elvira Sicurella Scholarship

$2,000 - $5,000

Description:

In memory of our beloved Pastor David Wilkerson, this scholarship is funded by an endowment of Times Square Church in New York City, in gratitude to God for his spirit-led ministry which encompassed over 60 years.

David Wilkerson

Scholarship

$1,000 - $3,000

Description:

This scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has a passionate desire to serve Jesus through sports or music related ministries.  It is established by Mark Gastineau, a former professional football player with the New York Jets and an enthusiastic worshiper of Jesus Christ.  He served faithfully in the choir at Times Square Church with his wife, Jo Ann. 

Mark Gastineau #99 Scholarship

$1,000 - $3,000

Description:

This scholarship is offered in memory of our beloved Professor and Pastor, William Carrol, a man who exuded love for the Lord, for people, and for life. William excelled in academics, but he was ultimately in the school of Christ to learn the way of a Christian devoted to God. This scholarship is awarded in his memory to a student (senior) who has a love for learning and desires to further his or her academics. Students who have a passion to learn and become world changers through Spirit-led academics are prime candidates.  ​​

Carrol

Scholarship

$1,000 - $3,000