The City of Claremont offers scholarships to participants age 17 and under, living in Claremont or attending a school in the Claremont Unified School District (CUSD). The program provides Claremont residents with a scholarship based on the California Reduced Price Meal Guidelines: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/nu/rs/
How to Apply
A scholarship form must be submitted with the following documents for verification:
1. Claremont Resident - Any current utility company (gas, electric, water, telephone), bank statement, or government issued ID within the last 6 months.
Non-Resident/CUSD School - Non-residents must submit a proof of enrollment from the Claremont Unified School the child attends, which states the child is currently attending that school.
2. A copy of Social Security cards or Birth Certificates for all dependents in the household
3. Proof of income from ALL wage earners living in the home
➢ Copy of your most recent tax filing indicating gross income or last 4 concurrent pay stubs
Once all documents have been submitted, Applications will be reviewed every Wednesday. Applicants will be notified if they have been approved or denied within 4-7 business days.
f you have any questions regarding the Youth Scholarship Program, please call (909) 399-5490 during regular business hours (M-TH 9-9, Friday 9-6, Saturday 9-2). Qualification criteria, application guidelines, and funding may be subject to change. Applications MUST be approved prior to registering for any program for discount to apply.
Provided your family is approved for a scholarship, you will be responsible for your percentage (%) portion of the class/program fee plus any registration fee. If your family income level changes within the year, you are to immediately notify Human Services and speak with the scholarship representative.
Mail completed form and proof of residency and income to:
Hughes Community Center
1700 Danbury Road
Claremont CA 91711