Glenn Moon Scholarship 2018

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Are you interested in a career in education? For the 39th consecutive year we are offering financial help to qualified high school seniors who are pursuing a teaching degree. Any Connecticut resident who will be a 2018 graduate of a secondary school in Connecticut is eligible to apply, provided he/she is committed to entering the field of education.  Interested? Click here to get started.


Evaluations will be based on the following:

Academic record

Character and Personality including community service

Interests and Educational Activities

Financial Need will be determined by the Student Aid Report (SAR).



There will be three scholarships awarded. A four-year scholarship of $2,000 a year. The winner must maintain college grades in the upper bracket and must continue teacher preparation training for all 4 years. And two one year $1,500 scholarships.



Students MUST use the 2018 online application and the directions for completion found at beginning January 1, 2018. (Each year there are changes to the application form; therefore application forms from previous years will not be accepted.) Print a hardcopy, complete the application, and mail it to the contact person for each high school as will be listed on- line. The application must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2017.

If you have questions please contact Judy Morganroth, Glenn Moon Scholarship Chairperson at —

— 860-498-0222 (home phone so please leave a message) or


List of Winners Available May 1, 2018

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