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These students have been nominated for a $1000 college scholarship from Brookside Optometric Group. These nominations have been provided by their teachers, coaches, guidance counselors, pastors, and youth leaders on the basis of their service, leadership, and character.

Now, we need your help to choose the recipient of our scholarship. Share an endorsement of one of these students by commenting on their nomination before April 18, 2021.

Our 2021 Nominees

Jayden is a student my AVID Scholar Athletes Class. Commitment to service, leadership, and character are all cornerstones of our program. Jayden has committed several hours of community service in his 3 years as my student.

It is with great honor that I nominate Connor Wright as the student for your 2021 scholarship. Over the last four years, I have been privileged to know Connor as a student, athlete, and friend. I have had the pleasure of having him in my Spanish clas...
Kyle Sandstrom has consistently challenged himself academically and has dedicated his time to serving his school and community. Whether taking the lead in discussions, or being the first to help out a peer in his table group, by consistently doing hi...
I have known Ariana for three years as a student in my Algebra 2 Honors and AVID 12 classes. I have always known Ariana to be a hard-working, committed, and responsible student. She was one of the youngest students in my Algebra 2 Honors class during...
I am pleased to write this letter of recommendation on behalf of Grecia Robles Camacho. As the Office Clerk at Weston Ranch High School (WRHS), I highly recommend Grecia for your scholarship that will assist her in pursuing new academic endeavors at ...
It is an absolute honor to nominate Leslie Troutman for this scholarship. Leslie is by far one of my most kind, respectful, responsible, and trustworthy students. Despite the challenges of online learning, Leslie has shown up to my class everyday wit...
Sally is currently involved in Bear Creek FFA (a youth leadership organization) and Bear Creek ASB/Student Government. In her sophomore year she joined the Student Activities class which meant she was in charge of putting on many of our school's even...
I had the pleasure of teaching Diego his freshman year at Lincoln High School in my Spanish class. From the start, he stood out in regard to his academic abilities. Diego has taken almost every AP and/or honors course that Lincoln High has to offer a...

About the Scholarship

Our scholarship is being awarded on the basis of the student's commitment to service, leadership, and character. We want to honor the students who demonstrate excellence in their daily endeavors, whether giving back to their community, demonstrating outstanding character, or exhibiting obvious leadership qualities amongst their peers.

Following the initial nomination period, we want your input on our 2020 scholarship candidates. Your feedback will help us choose a winner who demonstrates a commitment to service, leadership, and character in our community and beyond.

Here's how it works...

San Joaquin County high school seniors must be nominated by a teacher, coach, guidance counselor, pastor, or youth leader to be considered for the 2021 Scholarship (immediate family members and relatives are not eligible to submit nominations).

To nominate an eligible senior, write a brief description of the student’s commitment to service, leadership, and character (approximately 250 words).

Submit the nomination via our website by March 28, 2021.

Family, friends, teammates, classmates, and neighbors are welcome and encouraged to share their feedback about the 2021 scholarship nominees. 

Share feedback on the nominee's page between March 29 and April 18, 2021.

Our scholarship recipient will be selected by Brookside Optometric Group doctors based on their nomination and community feedback. The scholarship recipient will be announced on April 30, 2021 on this page and the Brookside Optometric Group Facebook Page.

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Full Details

This scholarship is open to students currently enrolled as a senior in high school in San Joaquin County for the 2021 graduating year. Students may be enrolled in public or private schools, or be home-schooled. Nominations must be successfully uploaded to the entry page by midnight on March 28, 2021.

To be considered for the scholarship, all students must be nominated by a teacher, coach, guidance counselor, pastor, or youth leader (immediate family members and relatives are not eligible to submit nominations). Nominations will be posted on the contest website and receive community feedback during the period from March 29 - April 15, 2021.

One scholarship winner will be chosen by Brookside Optometric Group doctors based on their nomination and community feedback. The scholarship and funds will be presented to the winner in person in early May 2021 — the exact date to be determined by the winner.

Brookside Optometric Group doctors are committed to you and your eye health, and to the community we share. From college scholarship contests like this one to medical mission trips around the globe, we believe in giving back and making a difference.

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