This scholarship is currently not a part of Scholars App.
You will need to fill out this application separately 🙁
Bay Area All-Star Scholarship Team
Students were selected from high schools within ten Bay Area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, Marin, Napa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma. Each high school was provided with information about this scholarship and was encouraged to nominate candidates that met the following criteria: a minimum grade point average of 3.0, displays leadership qualities in the classroom and/or inspirational qualities on the athletic field and demonstrates the value of education, good work ethic and community outreach.
What Do You Need To Do?
A teacher, coach or school administrator must nominate all scholarship candidates. To nominate a student(s), the school official must write a letter of recommendation describing the unique qualities, achievements and circumstances that make the student(s) an exceptional scholarship nominee.
BAASST Application Form
Taking into consideration academic achievement, extracurricular activities and community
involvement, please write a 2-3 page essay explaining why you believe you are a deserving
Two letters of recommendation from non-relatives. The teacher, principal or counselor who
nominated the student must write one of the letters of recommendation.
Official transcripts from each high school attended.
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1. Fold and place documents in an envelope
Most applications (up to 50%) are discarded by the scholarship donor immediately because the application is not complete.
Tip: It is mostly because your signature is missing so be sure to check you’ve filled out everything!
2. Label the envelope
1. Return Address – Write your address
in the top left-hand corner
2. Mailing Address – The donor’s mailing address goes in the middle of the envelope.
3. Stamp – Place the stamp in the top right hand corner. Tip: Stamps are a little cheaper in bulk (Costco sells them!)
4. Seal envelope – lick or
use a damp cloth over the glue and close envelope.
3. Mail your application
Place envelope in your mailbox and raise your mailbox flag.
Drop envelope into blue mailbox at your local Post Office. If you don’t see one, walk inside and leave your envelope with the attendant
Tip: Double-check the scholarship deadline, sometimes there is a ‘Must Receive by’ or ‘Postmarked’ date.