BANAA Scholarship
Boggs Academy was a Christian co-educational college preparatory boarding school founded in 1906 in Keysville Georgia, by Reverend Dr. John L. Phelps. After its founding the school came under the auspices of the Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian Church, USA. The school was named for Miss Virginia P. Boggs who helped to secure contributions toward its land and erection. The school closed in 1986 after 80 years of operations and is being leased by a private organization for community service activities.

The National Alumni Association of Boggs Academy is committed to continuing the legacy of this great institution. In 2006, The Boggs Academy National Scholarship Fund was established for the purpose of awarding scholarships to family members of the BANAA membership. Through these awards it is our intention to grow the legacy. As each recipient graduates and goes out into the world, it is our hope and belief that they will continue to exemplify and illuminate the prestigious standards and ideals reflected through the Boggs Academy education.

Eligibility Requirements
All applicants for the scholarship must be a high school graduate, graduating high school senior or a current undergraduate or graduate student, or one who has been accepted to an accredited college or university. Additionally they must be a descendant of a Boggs Academy graduate or associate member of the BANAA. Part-time students will be considered.

Scholarship Value: $1000 for fulltime study or $500 for part-time study for one academic year.
Minimum GPA: 3.0 (on a 4 point scale or equivalent)
Eligible Majors: Any
Eligible Schools: Accredited Colleges and Universities
Application Deadline: All application documentation must be received by February 20th each year

Email to scholarship@boggs-academy.com to contact the scholarship committee.

Click below for application file and see the application for more specific requirements: