Awarding scholarships to Coon Rapids High School graduates since 1966!
The Coon Rapids Community Scholarship Association recognizes the achievements of Coon Rapids High School seniors by awarding scholarships to encourage their future.
Scholarship money is raised by soliciting Coon Rapids area businesses, organizations, individuals, and alumni. It is the hope of the association that all of Coon Rapids will help invest in its youth.
Scholarships are awarded based on scholastic achievement, extracurricular activities, and service to the school and the community. Awards are given without regard to race, disability, religion, sex or national origin. Scholarships are awarded for education at a two and/or four year public or private college or university, community college, technical college, or an accredited professional school.
Come join us! CRCSA meets the 3rd Monday of the month during the school year. For more information, contact Jim Besst at 612-775-2581
CRCSA scholarship information for the class of 2020
The Coon Rapids Community Scholarship Association application window opens March 25 and closes April 3, 2020. Students must be present for the application sessions scheduled before or after school during the application window.
Seniors planning to attend a post-secondary institution next fall may apply. Successful applicants generally have a weighted GPA near 3.0 and above. Financial need is not a factor. You are encouraged to apply!
The CRCSA Scholarship night is Thursday, June 4, 2020. Scholarship recipients must be in attendance to receive scholarship from community donors. If there is a conflict, please contact Mrs. Storrick at 763-506-7127 asap.Please see Ms. Storrick or Ms. Tryba in the counseling office for additional information, or contact Mrs. Storrick at 763-506-7127 or email at Amy.Storrick@ahschools.us
Class of 2019 CRCSA Recipients
Photographer for senior recognition night
Laura Wallis, 612-360-0087.
Mark your calendars: Between the dates of Oct. 1, 2019 and Jan. 31, 2020, please submit a copy of the fee statement from the accredited school you are attending (The fee statement is usually sent to you by the college in late summer or in the fall for spring term courses). The receipt or fee statement must indicate that you are a full-time student (12 credits or more). Your name and the name of the school must appear on the receipt or fee statement. These receipts will not be returned. Copies of canceled checks, rent receipts, or bookstore receipts are not acceptable. Provide us with your home mailing address (to send the check which will be addressed to you):
1. email to: crcsa1966@
gmail.com OR2. Mail: Coon Rapids Community Scholarship AssociationP.O. Box 48144Coon Rapids, Minnesota 55448
A check for the scholarship amount will be issued after you present your fee statement.