Nashville Scholars summer program now accepting applications
Nashville Public Library’s after school intervention initiative, called the Nashville After Zone Alliance (NAZA), is accepting applications for teachers and students to join its Nashville Scholars program, a free, four-week summer enrichment experience for middle and high school students at Metro Schools.
Nashville Scholars will run from June 6 to July 1, Monday – Friday, from 8 a.m. – to 2 p.m. The program will be held at Cane Ridge, Hunters Lane, McGavock, and Whites Creek high schools. Metro Schools students currently in grades 7 to 10 can participate in the program. Nashville Scholars will provide transportation, two meals per day, and field trips to college campuses and at no cost.
The scholars’ daily schedule includes an hour each of math, English, college prep, and enhancement provided by selected Nashville teachers, Oasis College Connection staff, and community partners. Scholars will earn 160 hours of safe, fun enrichment that prepares them for academic success, encourages post-secondary aspirations, and provides college access and information.
How to Apply
To apply, click here. Student applications will be accepted from February 15 to April 15. Staff applications will be accepted from February 11 to March 11. For more information, contact Nashville.Scholars@nashville.gov.
Posted on February 15, 2016, in Community Partners, District, News, Students, Tips & Help and tagged metro nashville public schools, nashville public library, Nashville Scholars, naza. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.