Each year The Pavilion Partners, the official volunteer organization of The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, raises funds to provide area students with fine arts scholarships.
The Pavilion Partners Fine Arts Scholarships are awarded to high school seniors who are majoring in a fine arts program at the college or university of their choice.
To many students these scholarships are vital to accomplishing a degree in a fine arts discipline. Through the fundraising efforts of The Pavilion Partners hundreds of thousands of dollars have already been awarded to fine arts students in the local area. As their total amount awarded approaches a projected $1 million in 2017, The Pavilion Partners are taking the accomplishment in stride and still working hard to provide this opportunity to our community’s young artists.
Donations can be made in any amount to The Pavilion Partners Fine Arts Scholarship fund. Donor named scholarships can be created in memory or honor of a person starting at $1,500.
If you would like to donate or if you would like to create a donor named scholarship, please click the “Donate Now” button below.
By making a donation to The Pavilion Scholarship Fund, The Pavilion staff and the deserving students will benefit from your generosity.
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How to Apply for a Scholarship:
The Pavilion Partners Fine arts Scholarships are awarded annually to students based on talent and academic performance. Scholarships are given to students in the following categories: vocal and instrumental music, theater arts, dance and visual arts. These scholarships range, as funds are available, from $1,500 to over $5,000.
Eligible students must be a high school senior in Conroe ISD, Spring ISD, Klein ISD, Magnolia ISD, Montgomery ISD, Tomball ISD, Willis ISD, Aldine ISD, private schools or home schools within each district’s boundaries. Applicants must intend to major in Fine Arts, must apply in only one talent area and must be a U.S. citizen or eligible resident. Applicants are required to audition in the discipline they wish to study.
Renewal Scholarships are also available for past recipients. Applications are evaluated on current academic achievement, letters of recommendation and a personal letter or essay.