California Scholarship Federation
California Scholarship Federation - Chapter 189
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What is CSF? The California Scholarship Federation is a state-wide organization that honors academic scholars and provides them with the opportunities to pursue altruism within their community. We take pride in our motto: "Scholarship for Service."
How can I get involved? Meetings will be held on the first and third Wednesday of every month. You are required to apply for membership at the beginning of each semester. Applications for the first semester of the 2016-17 school year will be available for pick-up on September 21, and will be due on September 30. A minimum of four semesters (with two of them in your senior year) are required for CSF privileges at graduation. You may also pursue either active or inactive membership (see below).
How do I qualify to be a member? You must fulfill a prerequisite minimum number of points that correspond to the grades you earned in the semester prior to your application period. To apply, submit a CSF application that reports your grades and classes from the previous semester (points system is outlined on the application) and attach it to a copy of your official grade transcript from that semester. If you meet the minimum number of academic points through your grades and can verify it with your transcript, you can become a member of CSF. Freshmen are not eligible to apply during their first semester because they do not have high school transcripts or grade reports on record.
What is the difference between active/inactive members? If you meet the qualifications to apply to CSF and submit your application with a transcript by or before the deadline, you will automatically become an inactive member. Inactive members are not required to attend any meetings or fulfill any community service requirements. To be an active member, you must attend 2/3 of all CSF meetings, complete 15 hours of community service per semester, and participate in a minimum of one CSF service-project. We will provide various information and opportunities to fulfill service hours throughout the semester. In order to affirm your active status, you must submit a verification of individual service hours completed at the end of the semester. Active members will receive special graduation privileges, most notably, sitting in the front row.
How can I learn more? The best place to stay up-to-date with CSF news and information is through the PLHS CSF Blogspot page: plhscsf.blogspot.com. Please subscribe to get updates of upcoming CSF meetings, projects, and events. Also, be sure to attend the first information session of the 2016-17 school year: September 21, 2016 in the PAC!
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Class of 2018
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