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OUR GOAL IS TO HELP
BRHS STUDENTS attend UNIVERSITY, COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TECHNICAL OR TRADE SCHOOL.

Due to the rapidly escalating costs of tuition, room and board, housing, commuting fees, books and technology, it is becoming more difficult each year for our students and their families to afford college or other post-secondary school. BRSAF was established to help students continue their education.
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The mission of the Boothbay Region Student Aid Fund (BRSAF) is to provide grants – not loans – for up to six years of post-secondary education or training to accredited institutions on behalf of BRHS graduates in order to reduce their unmet needs.

BHRS graduates who return to higher education, even later in life, are eligible.

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FIND OUT HOW BRSAF CAN HELP you MEET YOUR financial NEEDS for education!

Awards from the BRSAF are not merit-based, and are provided to support the achievements, goals and aspirations of as many students as possible each year.

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More education means more opportunities for our students.

The Boothbay Region Student Aid Fund (BRSAF) was established as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization in 1964 to provide scholarship assistance to graduates of the Boothbay Region High School.

Colleges, and other post-secondary institutions, use a standardized government formula (FAFSA) to determine the amount a student, and their family, should reasonably be able to pay when awarding grants and federal student aid. Often, the difference between the cost of attendance and the expected family contribution leaves a remaining, unmet financial need.

Our goal, through the Boothbay Region Student Aid Fund (BRSAF), is to provide grants – not loans– to accredited institutions on behalf of BRHS graduates to help meet these needs for as long as recipients are in good standing and between their first and sixth year of study, graduate school or professional training. BHRS graduates who return to higher education, even later in life, are eligible. Often the awards for 2nd, 3rd, 4th year and beyond, are greater than those for the first year.

Managed by a volunteer Board of Directors from the Boothbay region, the BRSAF works closely with the Boothbay Region High School Guidance Office. Funds are awarded to reduce the unmet financial needs of BRHS students attending any post-secondary institution approved by the BRSAF Board of Directors.

Even with the tremendous yearly support of our community, there is still enormous unmet need. The income from our fund drives added to the annual earnings generated by our professionally managed investment account, now provides awards for about thirty percent of our applicants unmet needs. For this reason, our long range goal is to double both the endowment and the income from our annual fund drive.

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BRSAF: Supporting our students for over 55 years

Your donations are critical in facilitating the education of so many.

Our Mission

To provide need-based financial assistance to Boothbay Region High School graduates seeking education beyond the secondary level.

Our Goal

To offer support and ensure all of our kids have the opportunity to further their educations regardless of  financial resources.

Our Funding

We rely on the continued generosity and committed support from community organizations, businesses and individuals.

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In 2018-19, BRSAF was able to provide over $384,200 in financial grants – not loans – to various accredited institutions on behalf of 86 BRHS graduates who were between their first and sixth year of study or professional training!