Scholarship Programs

Student, Teacher and Classified Personnel Scholarships

Foundation Scholarships


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About the Foundation


Graduate Program Scholarships for LCPS Teachers


The Loudoun Education Foundation is pleased to announce that five scholarships for graduate programs are available to current Loudoun County Public School teachers who are seeking endorsements in critical teaching shortage areas. The Claude Moore Charitable Foundation has funded the scholarships for $5,000 each.

Scholarship Criteria

  • • Be currently employed and have taught at least two full years in LCPS. (This does note include current year.)
  • • Be enrolled in an endorsement program or have an application pending.
  • • Intend to obtain licensure in one of the following areas: (1) Special Education, all areas; (2) English as a Second Language, preK-12; (3) Foreign Languages, especially Latin and Spanish; (4) Speech Language Pathologists; (5) Career and Technical Education, especially family and consumer science and technology education; (6) Occupational Therapists; (7) Physical Therapists; (8) Science, especially Earth Science, Physics, and Science 6-8; (9) Mathematics, especially Math 6-12 and Algebra I; and (10) Reading Specialist.
  • • Agree to teach two years in LCPS after gaining licensure or repay the scholarship immediately upon leaving the teaching position with LCPS.
  • • Must obtain a B or better in the course(s) taken.

Application Process

The deadline for 2017 applications is COB, Friday, February 24, 2017. The Foundation will notify all candidates about its decisions in April.