ABOUT THE PROGRAM

  • YOU MUST BE A U.S. CITIZEN

  • YOU MUST have a 2.5 GPA or higher

  • YOU MUST HAVE A 98% ATTENDANCE RECORD THROUGHOUT HIGH SCHOOL

  • YOU MUST HAVE NO BEHAVIORAL ISSUES THROUGHOUT YOUR HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

In 2011, the Shoals community, headed by the Florence and Greater Shoals Rotary Clubs, decided that education was the most important gift we could give our children. Because education is the underpinning for success in every endeavor, the community banded together to give every student in the Shoals the opportunity to continue education beyond high school.

The rules are simple. If you are a student who has maintained a C average in high school, have a good attendance record, have no behavioral incidents, and are a U.S. citizen, you will have earned a two year scholarship to Northwest Shoals Community College. To make this possible, the community is raising almost $800,000 a year to fund the community scholarship fund. It’s a challenge to the community and a challenge to the student, but it’s challenge that has great rewards.

Whether you are a student, a parent, or simply a member of the Shoals community, participation in this program will provide a lifetime of rewards. Click through the pages of this website to learn more!

Click here to make a donation to Shoals Scholar Dollars.


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Congratulations to

Chelsey Dakota Thorne

2019 Student of the year!


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Thanks to everyone who made Smoke on the water festival 2019 a success!

April 27, 2019 at McFarland Park

The Festival is a project of the Rotary Club of Florence and the Greater Shoals Rotary Club, benefits Shoals Scholar Dollars

Mark your calendars! The 2019 Shoals Dragon Boat Festival will be Saturday, September 14 at McFarland Park in Florence. All proceeds will benefit Shoals Scholar Dollars!


Register your team before July 1 and get out Early Bird Discount!


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Shoals Scholar Dollars would like to thank everyone who participated and volunteered to make the Chick-fil-A North Alabama Race Series a success. The April 6 race raised $3,000 for Shoals Scholar Dollars.