Kyle-Lenn-Joey Scholarship Fund

The Kyle-Lenn-Joey Scholarship Fund provides limited financial aid to assist students who lack the resources to meet the full cost of an education at KCS.  Each spring, a day is set aside for a walkathon to raise monies for the fund.  Students collect donations from friends and relatives to support the endeavor.

Financial aid is awarded primarily on the basis of financial need and funds availability.  Effort and involvement in the life of the school (i.e. Parent Teacher Group fundraising and task forces, KLJ walkathon, and volunteering) are also considered.  Information is sent out each spring with reenrollment materials.  Online applications must be submitted annually (through FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment) by the designated deadline in order to receive full consideration.  All information provided is kept strictly confidential.

Helen N. McKenzie Scholarship Fund

This fund was established in 2000 in honor of KCS' founding principal.  It is a merit scholarship, given to the Middle School student who is deemed to best reflect the school's emphasis on academic effort, carding attitude, and service to school and community.

NEW! Glory to God Scholarship

The newly-established Glory to God Scholarship is valued at $34,000 over four years.  The scholarship is for an incoming high school freshman from a public school within the state.  The scholarship recipient would start at KCS in the 2019-2020 school year, with the expectation for the student to graduate from KCS in 2023.  Applications are due by July 31, 2019.

Here are some of the requirements for students who are interested in being candidates: 

  • Students must go through the KCS admissions process and be accepted to 9th grade.  

  • Scholarship applicants must come from a public school. A private school student may be considered in the absence of a qualified public school recipient.

  • The applicant must provide proof that they require financial assistance, which may be provided in the form of documents like their parents’ or guardians’ tax returns. 

  • Candidates must apply with, and maintain, at least a 2.5 GPA throughout the four-year scholarship period, and demonstrate clear and outstanding potential in academics, civics, religion, the arts, or other area that would glorify God. 

  • One to three recommendation letters from a school counselor, teacher, coach, or another significant adult in a mentorship capacity to the student, are required.

For more detailed information on scholarship requirements, click here or call 732-1781.