Dayton City League Varsity Club Student-Athlete of the Year Scholarship
The Dayton City League Varsity Club will be awarding two Student-Athlete of the Year Awards annually to a male/female student-athlete in the Dayton Public Schools. The annual award honors student-athletes that have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their academic curriculum, athletic competition and volunteerism service in their local communities. Selected Honorees will receive a customized glass etched award and a scholarship. The Female Award is named after former Dayton teacher, administrator and coach Lucinda Adams, who was a sprint star at Tennessee State University and a member of the 400 Meter Relay Team that won the Gold Medal at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome. The Male Award is named after longtime Dayton educator, coach and politician David D. Albritton, who was an All-American Track Star at Ohio State University and captured a silver medal in the high jump in the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games. Applicants must:
- Be a graduating senior-athlete from a Dayton Public School
- Be a Varsity Club Student of the Month Honoree
- Have participated in at least one varsity sport
- Have a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.5 based upon a 4.0 scale
- Be accepted to a two-year, four-year, technical school or college or university
- Demonstrate volunteering/community service, academic awards (such as National Honor Society) and athletic awards (such as all-league or team championships)
- Be a Varsity Club Leadership Training Program participant
- Dayton Public Schools Scholarships
- Supplemental Questions
- Are you a graduating senior-athlete from a Dayton Public School who has been a Varsity Club Student of the Month Honoree?
- What varsity sports have you participated in?
- Have you participated in the Varsity Club Leadership Training program?