PROMISE MISSION STATEMENT: To help Buchanan graduates achieve their dreams by supporting post-secondary success. PROMISE VISION STATEMENT: Enriching Buchanan to be a community of choice to live & educate one's children.

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Don’t wait to Apply!

Over 50 Class of 2017 Seniors have applied to The Buchanan Promise! If you are graduating from Buchanan Community Schools (BCS) in 2017 and have lived in the BCS District since at least 9th grade, [...]

By | February 15th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Don’t wait to Apply!

Class of 2017 Apply Now!

If you are an eligible senior, click on the "APPLY NOW" button above and sign up for The Buchanan Promise Scholarship. Not sure if you are eligible, send us an email to info@buchananpromise.com.

By | January 27th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Class of 2017 Apply Now!

Senior information night is tomorrow 1-19-17!

You don't want to miss tomorrow nights opportunity to apply for The Buchanan Promise Scholarship! After explaining how to apply, you can go to the library and sign in right there!

By | January 18th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Senior information night is tomorrow 1-19-17!

Senior Night

Buchanan Promise Holds First Senior Information Night BUCHANAN - The Buchanan Promise, a place-based educational scholarship available only to eligible graduates of Buchanan High School starting with the Class of 2017, will hold an information [...]

By | January 9th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Senior Night

Online Scholarship Application

You may have noticed that we had the link to the online scholarship application open this past weekend. Unfortunately, we were a bit premature with that and have taken it down to make a few [...]

By | January 9th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Online Scholarship Application

Buchanan Promise Overview

  • MGCF has been named beneficiary of a multi-million dollar bequest to support a new scholarship program at Buchanan High School.
  • Modeled after the Kalamazoo Promise concept, it will be available to graduating students who resides inside the BCS district boundary.
  • Length of residency will determine the percentage amount of the award, with students who have lived in district K-12 receiving 100% of the available grant, and others on a time of residency sliding scale.
  • Each student is encouraged to complete the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and apply for at least one additional community based scholarship. Many colleges require FAFSA as part of their application process.
  • No merit based criteria will be used for the Promise Scholarship. All students who are headed to a post-secondary institution, whether an associate’s, baccalaureate, trade or certification program, are eligible.
  • Scholarship will be a first dollar award, meaning that any Federal and community scholarship grants should NOT affect student eligibility.