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18143 Cottonwood Road
Sunriver, OR 97707
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Partnership in Education

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Sunriver Christian Fellowship
Partnership in Education




Scholarship Program Information
Updated Ocober 17, 2017

Sunriver Christian Fellowship is committed to assisting young people and adults living in the Three Rivers-South Deschutes County area in their effort to obtain higher education training as a means of securing better career opportunities. A five-person scholarship team is responsible for selecting and awarding scholarships to qualified applicants.

Scholarships to two different "age" groups:
(1) High School Graduating Senior/College-Age Young Person
     SCF-Three Rivers School Scholarship Application Form
(2) Adults going back to school for training in a new occupational field.
     SCF- Dora R-Good Neighbor Application Form

Important Scholarship Application Dates


Partial-Year Adult Scholarships (Adult only) for Winter-Spring Terms 2018

  • October 20, 2017 – completed scholarship application deadline

  • November 17, 2017 – all applicant interviews completed
  • November 22, 2017 – all applicants notification completed


Full-Year Scholarships for the 2018-2019 Academic Year – Youth & Adult Scholarships

  • April 20, 2018 – completed scholarship application deadline (youth & adult)

  • May 23, 2018 – interviews of all high school graduating seniors and local college applicants completed

  • May 23, 2018 – all local applicants notification completed

  • Mid-June, 2018 – completion of reapplying applicants' interviews who have returned home after spring term.

All scholarships function on a funds-available basis for a specific academic school year.
Click on the applicable information links below (PDF files) to review and print out.

"SCF-Three Rivers School Scholarship"

Please download applicable
"Application" and "Personal Reference" Forms

SCF-Three Rivers School First-Time Application & Instructions
SCF-Three Rivers School "Reapplying" Application & Instructions
SCF-Personal Reference Form (2 copies required)


"The Dora R-Good Neighbor Scholarship"

Please download applicable
"Application" and "Personal Reference" Forms

SCF - Adult "First Time" Application & Instructions

SCF - Adult "Reapplying" Application & Instructions

SCF - Personal Reference Form (2 copies required)

Following is a brief description and criteria for each scholarship option.

Three Rivers School Scholarship
pdf brochure iconClick Here for Printable PDF Brochure

Two different scholarship options are available for applicants in this category. Applying for and awarding of both scholarships occurs only in the spring for the next academic year (defined as summer through spring terms).

The SCF-Three-Rivers School Scholarship

This scholarship option awards up to a maximum of $1,500 per recipient the first year. The scholarship is annually renewable up to the completion of a bachelor's degree with the possibility of incremental annual increases. An applicant for this scholrarship MUST BE a graduate from the Three-Rivers School in the Sunriver Business Park, and spent a minimum of three years at Three Rivers School.

Any applicant who meets the Three Rivers requirement can be either:

       A high school senior who will be graduating from a Bend-LaPine School District high school the spring when applying for this scholarship, and is planning to attend an accredited college/university or accredited trade/technical school.
-- OR--
Already a high school graduate from a Bend-LaPine District high school and is either (1) applying for college admission for the upcoming academic year, or (2) is already attending an accredited college/university or and accredited trade/technical school


Other Criteria

  • Professed religious faith or church attendance is not required.
  • Applicant is to have a 2.5 grade point average in their senior year of high school.
  • The same grade point average is required of those first-time applicanats who are already attending a higher education school.
  • An applicant will be or is enrolled fulltime in a specific vocational or degree program (regardless of program’s length).
  • If a scholarship recipient wishes to annually reapply, he/she must maintain a minimum 2.5 grade point average throuhgout their particula higher education program.
  • Each applicant will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis in accordance with need and/or academic merit.

The Dora R-Good Scholarship

pdf brochure iconClick Here for Printable PDF Brochure

Many adults have realized that a move into new vocational fields will require advanced training, certification, or a college degree they currently do not have. The following scholarship is designated for this type of applicant. Because of additional responsibilities this person may be dealing with (e.g. family responsibilities, single parent, current job, etc.), the required criteria for an applicant is more flexible.

The Dora R-Good Neighbor Scholarship

This scholarship is available to any adult living in South Deschutes County with a 97707 or 97739 resident zip code, or is a graduate of Three Rivers School and lives elsewhere in Deschutes County. The amount of available scholarship funds is up to $1,800 for an entire academic year (defined as summer through the following spring terms), or a proportionate amount for a part of that academic year.

Applying for this scholarship occurs two times during the year – spring and fall. The applicant must be planning to attend or is already attending any nationally accredite, college/university or accredited trade/technical scholl.

Other Criteria

  • Professed religious faith or church attendance is not required.
  • The applicant is already accepted in or is already participating in a specific vocational traing program or pursuing an associates or a bachelor deree.
  • The applicant can be either a part-time (minimum 6 credit hours) or full time student. If part-time, the scholarship amount will be proportionate to the number of hours taken.
  • If applying for only a part of an acdemic year, the scholarship amount will be proportionate to the number of terms left in the current academic year (defined as summer through spring terms.)
  • Each applicant will be dealt with on a case-by-case and need basis in accordance with need and/or academic merit.


For more information regarding the scholarship program or to receive application forms, contact 

Dr. Robert Pearson
Sunriver Christian Fellowship
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All scholarship application materials can be downloaded directly from the church’s website
On the home page, click the box titled Partnership in Education and follow the link.

Be sure to download, print and complete all required
"Scholarship Application" and
"Personal Reference"
forms for which you are applying.