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Graduating, college-bound cadets attending the Nationals this year should ask their senior JROTC instructor how they can represent their unit and be nominated to receive the Jean Weil Scholarship

ALL TEAMS ACCEPTED INTO THE UPCOMING NATIONALS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SUBMIT PACKAGES FOR QUALIFIED SENIOR CADETS INTO THE JEAN K. WEIL SCHOLARSHIP

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The heart & soul of
Sports Network Int'l
co-founder Jean K. Weil

Sports Network International remains proud to continue our association and support of the Jean K. Weil (pronounced as "while") Scholarship Foundation. This fund was established to offer graduating, college-bound seniors attending the National High School Drill Team Championships the ability to apply for and receive college scholarships. This scholarship, begun in 2000, was designed to help college-bound students defray some of the high costs of tuition, books, and other barriers to obtaining a solid higher education.

Go here to see both the current & past
JKW Scholarship Award Recipients

As you can see, the links on the left side of the page will take you to pertinent information topics regarding the Jean K. Weil Scholarship. This information is extensive, to better allow cadets and instructors the ability to find very detailed information on this scholarship, as well as better prepare their scholarship package for submission to SNI.


See the footage from the 2006 Jean K. Weil
Winner's Presentation
at the 2006 NHSDTC Masters Level Awards Ceremony
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It is my hope that all eligible schools attending the Nationals will submit their best and brightest in an attemot to earn this scholarship. With nearly one thousand attending senior cadets eligible to be nominated for this scholarship by their senior Junior ROTC instructor, the few dozen that annually apply are amazing in both their accomplishments and achievements, especially at such a young age. However, competition among the best always yields two outstanding recipients. It is our hope that all schools will nominate their two finest senior cadets for this prestigious award.

If you have any questions, or need further information regarding this scholarship or other aspects involving the National High School Drill Team Championships, please contact JKW Board Member and Sports Network International Competition Director directly at Sports Network International in Daytona Beach, Florida.