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Napa Valley Community Foundation administers several scholarship funds that are awarded to students, veterans and teachers in Napa County.  Each has a special focus area that reflects the interests of the donor(s) that established the fund.  All scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis and have unique application requirements:

Edward W. Solomon Scholarship

This scholarship benefits Napa County teachers/educators who are continuing their education.

Fruit of the Vine Scholarship

This scholarship benefits graduating Napa County high school seniors and Napa Valley College transfer students who plan to attend an accredited, non-profit, four-year college/university pursuing undergraduate study in any field and will find the cost of higher education a financial hardship.

George and Gwendolyn Goodin Scholarship

This scholarship benefits Napa County residents who are military veterans, or are dependents of military veterans who died while in active service, and will attend a two or four year college, vocational college or university program.

Judith B. Cutcomb Scholarship

This scholarship supports current St. Helena Unified School District teachers who are continuing their education or graduates of St. Helena High School studying to be educators.

Lenore Hirsch-Jay Falk Scholarship

This scholarship benefits Napa County high school seniors that are graduating, and who have worked hard to overcome academic challenges.  Applicants must be planning to attend a two- or four-year college program in general education. Although not a requirement, applications are strongly encouraged from students who have learning disabilities and/or attend a continuation high school in Napa County.

Ted Kohler Music Scholarship

This scholarship benefits Calistoga residents who are in grades 7-12, or high school graduates, who are committed to music and wish to advance their musical development.


Contact Napa Valley Community Foundation, at or (707) 254-9565



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