Kazuma and Ichiko Hisanaga Scholarship Fund
Hawaii Community Foundation
This scholarship was named after Kazuma and Ichiko Hisanaga who served most of their lives as educators in the Hilo community. This scholarship supports students with a strong belief in the value of sports participation, leadership, and education. Open to graduating senior of Hilo High School planning to attend an accredited, four-year, not-for-profit institution within the continental U.S. with preference for NAIA, Division II or III schools. Applicants must be an athlete that participated in a varsity sport while in high school.
- 1 award
- January 2022
- Scholarship Website
- Age/Grade Level:Current year graduating senior of Hilo High School.
- Minimum GPA:3.0
- Financial Need:Required
- Other Academic Requirements:Attend as a full time student (as determined by your schools financial aid office)
- Residence:Resident of the State of Hawaii
- School:Current year graduating senior of Hilo High School. If there are no eligible applicants from Hilo High School, current year graduating seniors will be considered from other Hawai'i Island high schools in the following order of preference: Waiakea High School, St. Joseph High School, other Hawai'i Island high schools.
- College:Attend an accredited, four-year, not-for-profit institution within the continental U.S. with preference for NAIA, Division II or III schools
- Extracurricular:Participated in community service.
- Athletics:Be an athlete that participated in a varsity sport while in high school (preference given to students participating in more than one varsity sport).
- Resume/Activity List:Not required
- Essay:Personal Statement - Two required essays; one is your personal statement, and the second asks you to address how you plan to give back to Hawaii. (Essays may be copied and pasted in the application). An additional essay describing their sports involvement, leadership experience and qualities, and community service.
- Recommendation Letters:Letters of Recommendations
- Other Materials:A completed online application;Copy of your full 2017-18 Student Aid Report (SAR) that you received after your 2017-18 FAFSA has been processed(FAFSA.ed.gov);SAT/ACT scores.
- Phone: (808) 537-6333
- Email: [email protected]