Project Potential Scholarships
Since Project Potential’s inception in 1996, we have awarded more than 750 scholarships. Each student selected for Project Potential is promised a last dollar scholarship that can be used for expenses not covered by financial aid (enrollment deposits, housing deposits, and books). At an accredited college or university. All Project Potential Scholarships have been fully funded by individual and group donations.
Project Potential’s student support programs are funded by donations, grants, in-kind contributions from the Lexington City Schools System and the United Way of Davidson County.
100% of Project Potential students graduate from high school.
100% of Project Potential students are accepted to a 2- and 4- year college or university, trade school, or apprenticeship program.