The Anne Ford Scholarship is a $10,000 scholarship ($2,500/year over four years) granted to a graduating high school senior who will be enrolled in a full-time bachelor’s degree program in the fall. Students must have a documented learning disability (LD) and/or ADHD.
The Anne Ford Scholarships were created for students with learning disabilities to support their pursuit of post-secondary education and career advancement goals. Scholarship applicants should demonstrate their ability to contribute positively to society and present opportunities for other students with learning disabilities.
Applications for the 2020 Anne Ford Scholarship have closed.
To learn more about the 2021 application, please check back in the fall.
Louis Carrico-Braun is the 2020 Anne Ford Scholarship Winner. Read more about Louis here.
Anne Ford Scholarship Winners:
- 2019 Tyler Washington
- 2018 Joe Hendrix
- 2017 Marcos Allen
- 2016 Elijah Ditchendorf
- 2015 Savannah Trevino-Casias
- 2014 Hanna Pintado
- 2013 Ross Chapman & Holly Schallert
- 2012 Silvia Ortiz Rosales
- 2011 Eleigha Love & Jared Schmidt
- 2010 Page Ive & Mackenzie Meyer
- 2009 Macy Olivas & Zeke Nierenberg
- 2008 Lenora Somervelle
- 2007 Ryan Makinson
- 2006 Michelle Lintner
- 2005 Liana Mulholland
- 2004 Erica Irwin
- 2003 Shannon Terrell
- 2002 Troy Spaunagle
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