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VISION

Our vision for the Joseph C. Howard, III Scholastic/Artistic Award is to encourage young Christian scholars and artists to pursue a meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ through their gifts and talents.

MOTTO

To mold a child through his/her gifts and talents is to equip an adult for their life’s God-ordained purpose.

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Joseph C. Howard, III Scholastic/Artistic Award fund, a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization, is to contribute to the spiritual development of young scholars and artists by providing opportunities, through monetary awards, for these gifted individuals to receive a quality education in a Christian school.

We believe that a Biblical-based curriculum reinforces godly character in our children, thereby equipping them to boldly resist the negative social influences currently plaguing our society.

We further believe that a Christian learning environment encourages our children to use their intellectual gifts and creative talents to make positive changes in our world.

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

SCHOLASTIC AWARD
To organize and facilitate a program through which 1st through 6th graders, may earn financial awards to be used toward tuition at an accredited private accredited private Christian schools (ACSI Association of Schools) or children art schools.

ARTISTIC AWARD
To organize and facilitate a program through which 1st through 6th graders, with artistic interest and skills may earn financial awards to be used toward tuition children art school.

ELIGIBILITY

Eligible applicants of this children’s scholarship fund must:

• Be in the 1st through 6th grades

• Currently live in the state of Texas

• Be seeking to attend an accredited Christian private school (ACSI Association of Schools) during the qualifying school year

• Have a desire to learn a skill of art at an art school during the qualifying school year

*IMPORTANT NOTE: The Christian schools of choice must not only be a member of the ACSI Association of Schools, and registered with the Texas School Directory: Texas Education Agency in Austin, Texas.

APPLICATION

Applications will be available beginning May 5, 2014. All completed applications received or postmarked by the deadline August 1, 2014 will be considered in the selection process. These dates selected are essential due to the early registration in most private schools. Incomplete application will be returned to the applicant with instructions for successful completion. The postmarked deadline August 1, 2014 is still applicable. Therefore, it is advisable that applicants complete the process as soon as possible in the event corrections to their applications are required. All materials must be mailed to:

Joseph C., Howard, III Scholastic/Artistic Award
P. O. Box 763367
Dallas, Texas 75376-3367
Attn: Awards Committee

All applicants will receive a letter advising that the Awards Committee is reviewing their application. Award recipients will be notified by mail no later than the specified school year.

IMPORTANT NOTE: All artwork will become the property of the Joseph C. Howard, III Scholastic/Award Fund and will not be returned to applicants.

Essay

Essays must address the selected topic for each scholarship award category and must be the student’s original work. Students not adhering to the rules of this fund will be disqualified.

• The Scholastic Award – Students must submit a 50 word handwritten essay answering the following question: “Why a Christian Education Is Important to Me?”

• The Artistic Award - Students must submit a 30 word handwritten essay answering the following question: “How Can I Use My Artistic Skills to Help Others?” Students must also submit visual artwork – pencil sketches, painting, watercolor, clay sculpture or other three- dimensional pieces - depicting their essay response.

Students submitting their essay via regular mail must submit one copy of their essay and attach their registration form to only one copy. The second copy should contain no personal identification information.

Selection of Recipients


Scholarship recipients are selected on a number of criteria:

•Scholarship essay and/or artwork

•Scholarships will be offered to those demonstrating a financial need. A student’s financial need will be calculated by this organization. Instructions for completing the financial data section of the application.

•Selection of scholarship recipients is subject to the Joseph C. Howard, III Scholastic/Artistic Award Judging Committee.

*IMPORTANT NOTE: In the event of a tie, the founder of this organization will make the final selection.

•All recipients of the 2013-2014 scholarship awards will be notified no later than the specified date of the current school year.

AWARDS

The Joseph C. Howard, III Scholastic/Artistic Award fund will provide an annual monetary to one or more qualifying individuals who demonstrate scholastic aptitude and/or artistic talent-through the organization application process. Recipients for the 2014-2015 school year will receive a financial award to be used toward tuition at an accredited private Christian school or children’s art school. Awards up to $3,000 each will be awarded in one of the following areas: scholastic achievement; OR artistic ability. Please note that we are giving several awards in this inaugural year. As donations increase through our fundraising efforts, more scholarships will be awarded. As previously mentioned, the scholastic award winner(s) must be seeking to attend a Christian private school, and the artistic award winner must be seeking to enroll in a children’s art school founded on Christian principles. Awards are contingent upon the acceptance of the recipient’s at an accredited private Christian school or children’s art school. Winners must notify the JCH Award fund of their acceptance at an accredited Christian school no later than one week from the date of their acceptance. If an award recipient fails to contact the organization, a runner-up will be notified and given the same opportunity as the original winner. *IMPORTANT NOTE: The Christian private school and children’s art school selections are subject to the guidelines of this memorial fund.

SELECTION OF SCHOLARSHIPS

The Joseph C. Howard, III Scholastic/Artistic Award fund will disperse monies per scholarship for the new 2012 – 2013 school year. The monies will be distributed as follows:
• Scholastic Award up to $3,000
• Artistic Award up to $3,000

Funds will be paid directly to the schools each winner will attend for the 2014 – 2015 school year. Again, the Christian private school and children’s art school selections are subject to the guideline of this memorial fund.

OBLIGATIONS

Acceptance of the scholarships constitutes permission for the Joseph C. Howard, III Scholastic/Artistic Award fund to use recipient’s names and pictures for publicity purposes. It is the responsibility of the recipient to notify this organization of any changes in contact information, including phone numbers, address, current school information, etc.

MISCELLANEOUS

The Joseph C. Howard, III Scholastic/Artistic Award fund reserves the right to interpret and review the conditions and procedures of this scholarship program and to make changes at anytime including termination of the program.

Scholarship funds will be applied to the principle amount of tuition only. Recipients shall be for any and all taxes. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply. For more information regarding this scholarship fund, please call or write:

Attn: Awards Committee
Joseph C. Howard, III Scholastic/Artistic Award Fund
P. O. Box 763367
Dallas, Texas 75376-3367
(214) 463-6833

 
JCH 2014 EVENTS 

2014 JOSEPH C. HOWARD, III "BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPLY GIVEAWAY, "August, 2014." We accept donations of supplies as well as your financial support.
Thank you!
Pastor Rose Howard

2014 JOSEPH C. HOWARD, III "CHRISTMAS TOY DRIVE. We will begin collecting toys and donations, "October 31, - December 23, 2014.
Thanks for your support!
Pastor Rose Howard



 
 J. C. HOWARD, III SCHOLASTIC/ARTISTIC AWARD
P. O. Box 763367  •  Dallas, TX 75376-3367
phone: 2144636833 • fax: 4693428243

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