Since 1963, The Civic League Foundation, Inc. has given out more than $2 million in scholarships to students from Addison, Carrollton and Farmers Branch which have helped the young people achieve their educational goals.
Each spring, graduating seniors and previous recipients who are continuing in college or secondary education training apply for the scholarships. Civic League members conduct interviews with applicants at their schools and make their selections based on financial need, educational performance, maturity, and goals.
How Do I Apply for Scholarship Assistance?
High School Seniors in the CFB ISD should contact their Counselor for the application form. High School Seniors residing in Addison, Carrollton or Farmers Branch, and not attending a CFB ISD high school should contact their counselor for the application or download, print, complete and submit the application form.
Previous Civic League Scholarship recipients may apply to renew their scholarship for up to $1000 by contacting the Scholarship Chair and submitting the application from this website. Scholarship renewals are not guaranteed.
Thank you for your interest in applying for a Civic League scholarship. Monies available for Civic League scholarships are dependent on the success of fundraising activities, consequently, the number of scholarships and the amounts vary annually. Please read the application carefully and submit the completed application in its entirety.
The Civic League Scholarship Application for High School Seniors also available from high school counselors, is due in the counselor's office no later than
March 4, 2021: No Exceptions.
The Civic League Scholarship Application for Returning College students must be received by The Civic League via USPS mail or email no later than
April 2, 2021: No Exceptions.
If there are any questions, please contact the Scholarship Committee Chairman at email@example.com
2020 Civic League Scholarships
Creekview High School
Early College High School
Ranchview High School
R L Turner High School
Returning College Students