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Where can I get an application?
The application for the DMSF Class of students who will enter high school in the fall of will be available on The Application tab of our website. What does the application require? There are three distinct portions of the application to be filled out: Students are required to provide answers to several short questions and respond to two essay questions.
Teachers and principals or counselors must fill out recommendation forms and submit report cards and standardized test results. Recommendations, report cards and test scores will be submitted electronically. Once an application is received by DMSF, it is reviewed to ensure that it is complete.
Incomplete applications are not considered. Due to the high volume of applications, DMSF is not able to confirm that it has received an application and cannot comment on the status of an application.
Completed applications are reviewed by at least two different readers. Ultimately, about one in every five students who has submitted an application is selected to be interviewed.
Decisions about who will be selected for interviews will be made by December 15, Both the applicants and their parents or guardians are expected to attend the interview. Please let us know in advance if a translator is needed.
At the interview, each applicant will meet with two or three panels of interviewers, all of whom are volunteers. Each meeting will last for about ten minutes.
Then, separately, the parents or guardians meet with each panel of interviewers. How will I learn about my status? All students who apply for the scholarship will be notified of their status by February If I am awarded a DMSF scholarship, what are my next steps?
Scholarship awards are not final until the applicant completes the steps that follow: Takes the appropriate school admission test s. Is admitted to a DMSF partnership school. Signs a scholarship confirmation agreement. Signs a DMSF scholarship contract.
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