At Project STEP, students who stand out for their skills and accomplishments are recognized each year as special Scholars. Named for people who made generous donations to support Project STEP’s students, the Scholars are strong role models for all students who strive to do their best in the program. The funds donated by those who support Scholars are used by Project STEP to help pay for the comprehensive curriculum of lessons, classes, ensembles, workshops, performance opportunities, and enrichment activities that all students receive.
Each of our named scholars has attained the highest level of musicianship for their age groups. They have won musical competitions while excelling in both their music and academic studies. In order to become a Scholar, students must demonstrate exceptional:
In 2007, The Honorable Levin H. Campbell established an annual scholarship for one advanced STEP student in honor of his wife Eleanor. This annual award goes to a scholar that has been a student of Project STEP for at least nine years.
2019/2020: Solomon Hearn
The Arthur Kravitz Scholarship was established by Barbara Kravitz in 2007. In honor of her late husband Arthur Kravitz’s love for music, one advanced student will be selected each year to receive the award. Dr. Kravitz was deeply committed to Project STEP and passionately supported the program’s mission.
2019/2020: Christian Casiano
The Bond Scholars are awarded to a Junior Division student(s), grades 6 – 8, in good standing during the previous year. This award recognizes their exemplary involvement in Project STEP as we look forward to their continued success for years to come.
2019/2020: Suubi Laurent
2019/2020: Vida Luckett
If you are interested in learning more about how to become a funder of a named scholarship for Project STEP, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org