Student Enrichment Grants

Helping our students PURSUE their dreams

 
Maize High and Maize South High School students compete at the 2019 VEX World Robotics Championships.

Maize High and Maize South High School students compete at the 2019 VEX World Robotics Championships.

The Maize Education Foundation strives to support opportunities that encourage Maize students to find their own versions of success and to become responsible, civically engaged adults. Students in grades seven through 12 can apply for a grant of up to $500 to help cover the costs associated with enrichment activities like leadership seminars, expeditions, educational camps, national competitions and more.

Seniors wishing to apply for a Student Enrichment Grant must meet one or both of the following criteria:

  • The proposed activity must take place during the school year.

  • In taking part in the proposed activity, the student must be representing the Maize School District.

 

In Spring 2019, the Foundation awarded more than $5,500 in Student Enrichment Grants for experiences such as:

  • VEX World Robotics Championship

  • Space Camp

  • KAY Leadership Camp

  • Gonzaga Debate Institute

  • Delano Chamber Players

 

Each semester we are excited to receive thoughtful and creative grant applications from students throughout the district and always look forward to their photos and essays sharing their learning experiences with us later in the year.

If you have any questions about Student Enrichment Grants, please contact Travis Bloom at travis@maizeeducationfoundation.org or 316-350-2029.