Sultana’s Partner School Program Reduces Summer Program Tuition by 40% for Eastern Shore Students
Feb 24, 2014 12:14PM ● Published by Cate Reynolds
Chestertown, MD—Thanks to generous support from the Indian Point Foundation and The Allen Malcolm Fund, the Sultana Education Foundation has almost $10,000 in scholarship funds available through its Partner School Program for students participating in its 2014 Summer Programs. The Foundation provides a variety of Summer Programs for children ages 7-16, including trips on the schooner SULTANA, and paddling trips on the Chesapeake Bay. Sultana’s Partner School Program provides an automatic 40% tuition discount on the Foundation’s five-day residential programs to students who attend designated schools in Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s, and Talbot Counties. Limited scholarships beyond Sultana’s Partner School discount are available on a case-by-case basis.
Sultana Education Foundation’s Partner School Program was created to ensure that the Eastern Shore students Sultana works with during the school year have an opportunity to continue learning about the Chesapeake over the summer. The Partner School Program discounts the cost of week-long trips on the schooner SULTANA from $750 to $450 and the cost of week-long kayak trips from $450 to $285.
Space and funding for the Partner School Program is limited, and funding is awarded on a first-come first-served basis. Summer Program and Partner School information can be obtained at www.sultanaeducation.org or by contacting Liza Brocker at 410-778-5954 / email@example.com.