Scholarship Program

AAPOL will be awarding (8) eight scholarships in the amount of $1000 and (2) two scholarships in the amount of $2000 during this event. The recipient of the scholarship can use the funds to supplement the cost of tuition, boarding, and books. Funds will be awarded directly to the university/college the recipient is enrolled for Fall/Spring 2019. As such, recipients must provide documentation of enrollment/registration and a copy of their high school transcript.

High school seniors who are interested may submit a minimum of 400-word essay answering the following question: “As a high school Senior do you believe that schools in the United States are proactive in stopping bullying and provide adequate support as well as safe environments for those who have been targeted by bullies(Why or Why not)? Clearly state your position and give three supporting facts for your position.”

Scholarship Instructions/Application

To qualify for a scholarship, a student must:

  • Be a high school senior who will be entering college for the first time
  • Submit the application along with a copy of his or her official high school transcripts
  • Submit a written essay of 400+ words on a topic that has been selected by the AAPOL Education Committee
  • Submit a signed AAPOL Scholarship Commitment Letter
  • Graduates must have a GPA of 2.7 or higher

Please electronically forward your application, essay and transcript to AAPOL Houston at by 5:00 pm Sunday, March 31, 2019, if you have any questions, please call Officer DeAndre’ Hutchison at 713-857-8634

High School transcripts can be unofficial and emailed over. 

Please do not include letters of recommendation; they will not be included in the scoring process.

*Essay Instructions

Please submit, in your own words, a typed, double-spaced essay 400+ word in length. Your paper should be typed in 12 pt. Times New Roman font with a 1-inch margin.