Are you a member of the Kansas-Nebraska Conference?

Are you currently attending an accredited Adventist boarding academy or would like to do so? 

Applications are now being accepted for financial assistance through the Kansas-Nebraska Conference Secondary Education Scholarship Fund.

Direct all inquiries to Saul Dominguez at 785-478-4726 or EMAIL



Philosophy behind the scholarship

The Kansas-Nebraska Conference of Seventh-day Adventists no longer owns or operates a boarding academy. However, it is the determined wish of the conference and its constituents to continue providing an Adventist education for the secondary youth of the conference who do not live in close proximity to an academy.


The scholarship was designed to assist families with a portion of the funding needed since students are required to travel to other states to attend school.


Who is eligible?

All grade 9 through 12 applicants must meet the following requirements:

  1. Parent(s) must be a member of a Kansas-Nebraska Conference of Seventh-day Adventists church.
  2. Parent(s) must be a resident of the state of Kansas or Nebraska.
  3. Applicants must live 35 miles or more from a Conference-operated junior or senior academy.
  4. Applicants must apply to a school owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

What requirements do students need to meet in order to be eligible for scholarship funds?

  1. Student must be applying to a Seventh-day Adventist denominationally accredited boarding academy
  2. Student must be willing to participate in work and community service opportunities. Any payment for work must be applied to the school bill.
  3. Parents must sign a Release of Records Agreement that will be kept on file by the scholarship committee.
  4. During the school year, the student must maintain a passing grade in attendance and his/her classes.

If you're interested in filling out an application: Basic Scholarship Application


Woody Scholarship - Applications Due June 22


The Woody Scholarship was established to assist high school graduates in the Kansas-Nebraska Conference who want to attend accredited institutions of post-secondary education. All applicants must to meet the following criteria to be eligible for a scholarship.

1. Demonstrate financial need.

2. Maintain a grade point average of at least a C+ (2.33)

3. Maintain part-time employment to defray education and living expenses

4. Provide evidence of a high moral character and good citizenship

For further details please see the Woody Scholarship Handbook & Application. 


<br /><strong>Saul Dominguez</strong><br />Scholarship Coordinator<br />785-478-4726<a  data-cke-saved-href="" href="">Send an Email</a>

Saul Dominguez
Scholarship Coordinator
785-478-4726Send an Email