ON-Lion Letter

The Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA) in Pasadena, Calif., operates the Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship program -- which offers the only merit-based, need-blind, high-school scholarship to highly gifted students across the United States.  Scholars receive a four-year high-school scholarship to an optimally matched high-school program intended to meet their unique intellectual and personal needs, as well as receiving individualized support, educational advocacy, and a network of like-minded peers.

The Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship was founded on the conviction that our nation's exceptionally gifted young people are best equipped to reach their full potential in a nurturing, rigorous, and flexible learning environment suited to their individual academic needs and personal goals.  Scholars have an outstanding record of post-high-school national scholarships, college admissions, prestigious awards, internships, and fellowships along with job and career placement in areas suited to their studies and passions.

The program began in 2002 when five students from the Greater Los Angeles and San Francisco areas were selected as the first Caroline D. Bradley Scholars.  Each year, it has expanded, and it is now offered nationally.  The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee substantially supports the program.

The Caroling D. Bradley Scholarship creates a life-changing experience for its students.

All applicants must submit a portfolio application by April 21, 2015.  Application materials are available online.  Submitted applications will be reviewed by a selection committee, after which finalists will be identified and participate in a personal interview.  Finally, the IEA Scholarship Team will select up to 30 Caroline D. Bradley Scholars for the 2015 year.

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