May I choose classes from the Special Studies catalog?

More than 300 non-credit classes are offered during the season. During Weeks 2 and 3, you will be encouraged to select from a wide variety of classes in art, business and finance, technology, dance, music, education, foreign language, games and recreation, handcrafts and hobbies, health and fitness, literature and writing, personal and professional development, religion and philosophy. $250 of your scholarship is reserved for Special Studies classes and materials. After you have used the allotted amount, any additional courses are at your own expense. You will be asked to select a minimum of one class per week for Weeks 2 and 3 only. These classes are for personal enrichment and offer a supportive learning environment with students of all ages and skills. Only classes being held on the grounds may be selected.

What is required of me after the scholarship program ends?

You are expected to send a written report to the IOKDS Branch representative or any other person who sponsored your application.

How does the application process work?

If you are interested in applying for this program, contact Roger Barrows, Director, at DirectorCHQScholars@gmail.com or call 1-407-920-9353.

The application is due March 15th.

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