KINGSTON — Students in fourth through tenth grades not already enrolled at Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School may register for the Wyoming Seminary Scholarship Exam, to be held Saturday, Nov. 5 at the school’s Kingston and Forty Fort campuses.
At the Upper School in Kingston, the Sem Scholarship program awards merit scholarships to students in eighth, ninth and 10th grades who are interested in attending the school. One full tuition and several half-tuition scholarships will be awarded to both day and boarding students who combine outstanding performance on a competitive exam with excellent communication skills, academic achievement and extra-curricular involvement. For each subsequent year while attending Wyoming Seminary, these students receive the same tuition percentage.
Students taking the test are asked to arrive at the Kirby Center for Creative Arts, 260 North Sprague Ave., Kingston, by 10 a.m. Testing will begin promptly at 10:30 a.m.
Interested students must complete the scholarship application by Friday, Nov. 4 and register for the exam at www.wyomingseminary.org. There is no registration fee. The admission application fee is waived for all test takers.
At the Lower School in Forty Fort, current fourth through seventh-graders not enrolled at Wyoming Seminary are invited to register for the exam on Saturday, Nov. 5. One full-tuition and two half-tuition merit-based scholarships will be awarded to students who display outstanding performance on the exam.
Interested students must register for the exam at www.wyomingseminary.org by Friday, Nov. 4. There is no registration fee. The admission application fee is waived for all test takers.