This Award shall be made to a college-bound graduating senior living within the Town of Glenville, who exemplifies the ideals of the Rotary motto, “Service Above Self” as well as the Rotary Four Way Test:
- Is it the truth?
- Is it fair to all concerned?
- Will it build good will and better friendships?
- Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
This award seeks to reflect the student’s contributions to family, peers, school, and the greater community. The award also recognizes achievements in academics, in-school clubs and organizations, as well as in out-of-school organizations and activities. Finally, the Student of the Year Award committee also seeks to determine the potential of the student to make additional contributions to our society in the future or the advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through world fellowship.
Applications and all supporting documents should be submitted by April 28th, 2017, either emailed in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
Ms. Kate Toombs
Glenville Rotary Foundation
P.O. Box 2638
Glenville, NY 12325-2638
We very much look forward to honoring one of our Glenville students again this year.
All submitted applications and included materials are held in the strictest confidence.
- Resident of the Town of Glenville, including Villages of Scotia and Alplaus and some areas within the Burnt Hills zip code.
- Graduating from a public, private or parochial high school, or home schooled.
- Attending a two- or four-year public or private college or accredited institution of
higher or technical trade learning .
- Extra-curricular activities and community service must evidence an active
commitment to volunteerism or international awareness. The successful applicant will typically have a good academic record, but this is not a predominant consideration. Two letters of recommendation are required.
- Applicant may be self-nominated or nominated by school faculty.
Glenville Rotary Club & Foundation “Student of the Year”
Date of Birth:
Colleges Applied to in Preference Order Anticipated Major
Attach copies of:
1. Activity Sheet or listing of extra-curricular activities and community service,
including dates of participation and any noteworthy project outcomes.
2. Two letters of recommendation.
3. High School Transcript.
4. Letter or Essay about the applicant, including the student’s contributions to
family, peers, school, and the greater community; relevant information about the
student’s future plans and goals, and potential to make additional contributions to
our society in the future.