The 2014 California Charter Schools Conference is Proud to Offer $2,000 Scholarships to 5 Deserving Students!

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September 3, 2013 Each year, the Annual California Charter Schools Conference honors five graduating seniors who exemplify the promise of charter schools in California through the Steelman Bragato Scholarship Program.

The scholarship is named in honor of Susan Steelman Bragato, the co-founder of the first charter school in California and the founder of the California Network of Educational Charters (which was renamed the California Charter Schools Association in 2003). Sue was one of the first people to recognize the importance of building a strong network of support among charter school leaders statewide. Sue also organized the first California Charter Schools Conference. In honor of her unprecedented contribution to the charter school movement, the Association named this scholarship for her. Sue died in 2005 after a battle with breast cancer.

Do you know a graduating senior of a California charter school looking for scholarship money for college?

Encourage him/her to apply today! CCSA will award five $2,000 scholarships to graduating seniors of CCSA member schools to use at any accredited two-year or four-year public or private university or college.

Ensure your students have a chance to earn this scholarship! Applications accepted August 12 through October 11.

Want to make sure you don't miss out on being the first to know who the 2014 Steelman Bragato Scholarship Winners are? REGISTER NOW for the 2014 Conference at the super low Back to School Registration Rate of $350--available only until September 13!