Malone Scholars Program
Canterbury School was selected in May 2009 by the Malone Family Foundation to receive a $2 million endowment for the funding of educational opportunities for academically talented and motivated students whose families demonstrate financial need.
The amount of the award varies according to the financial need documented by the student’s family.
Founded by Dr. John C. Malone of Colorado, the Malone Family Foundation’s primary goal is to provide scholarship funding at the secondary level for students who are at the 95 percent or above of their classes, have the desire and drive to maximize their potential, but have limited financial resources to attend independent schools.
Who Should Apply?
This opportunity is extended to students not currently attending Canterbury School. To be a candidate for the Malone Scholars Program at Canterbury School, a student must:
- Be a United States citizen.
- Meet the admission requirements of Canterbury School.
- Perform in the top 5 percent of students in his/her class.
- Perform at the 95th percentile or higher on national standardized testing.
- Seek a college preparatory education.
- Show enthusiasm and motivation for maximizing his/her educational opportunities.
- Have demonstrated financial need of at least 30 percent of school costs.
- Seek admission to Canterbury School.
How to Apply
- Contact the Admissions Office for application materials at 260-407-3553 or apply online by using the form on this page.
- Sit for a qualifying test at Canterbury Middle or High School (dates to be announced). There is no fee for participating.
- Financial aid forms will be mailed to applicants' parents upon receipt of the Canterbury application and the Malone application. All financial aid information is confidential.
If your child does not qualify for Malone Scholar status, financial aid may still be available to help you afford a Canterbury School education. If you apply for the Malone Scholarship, you will automatically be considered for any aid available through the school’s financial aid program.