Malone Scholars Program
Educating Our Greatest Resources
From 2000 through 2012, forty-eight independent secondary schools throughout the United States and one college program for high-school-age girls were selected for endowment by the Malone Family Foundation to provide scholarships to highly capable students. These partner schools were selected on the basis of their academic caliber; the quality of their staff; excellent accommodations for gifted and talented students; strong AP / IB and enrichment programs; attention to the individual student's needs, interests and talents; financial strength and stability; a commitment to financial aid; and an economically, culturally, ethnically, and socially diverse population. Through these endowments, Malone schools are empowered to perpetually fund scholarships for motivated top students in grades 7 through 12 ("Malone Scholars") based on merit and financial need; and hundreds of talented Malone Scholars are educated each year by our nationwide network of excellent schools. In 2013, the 50th and final Malone Scholars School, The Stanford University Online High School, was selected to provide Malone scholarships to 7th through 12th graders across the country in locations without access to our 49 physical Malone Scholars schools.
In addition to the Scholars Program, an exciting outgrowth of this network is a consortium forged by many of the Malone schools to offer an inter-school virtual classroom experience for all of their students. (See Malone Schools Online Network.)
With a full complement of 50 Malone schools now perpetually offering scholarships to exemplary scholars throughout the United States, the Malone Scholars Program initiative has reached a conclusion. No additional schools will be selected.
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