The Malone Scholars Program at Park

The Malone Scholars Program at Park

IN 2012, THE PARK SCHOOL WAS SELECTED TO JOIN JUST 49 OTHER INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS IN THE U.S. TO RECEIVE A $2 MILLION ENDOWMENT GRANT from the prestigious Malone Family Foundation, based in Englewood, Colorado. Via the Malone endowment, Park School will be able to award up to two additional need-based tuition assistance grants each year to academically talented students entering grades 7–10.

We are honored to partner with the Malone Family Foundation towards achieving its mission to improve access to quality education for gifted students who lack the financial resources to best develop their talents. In addition to tuition expenses, the program provides a stipend for educational expenses related to the student’s course of study and extracurricular activities at Park.

If selected as a Malone Scholar, students will continue to receive a need-based grant through Grade 12 and will retain the designation of Malone Scholar regardless of future tuition assistance needs. 

For more information on the Malone Family Foundation, its goals, and the selection process, visit

The Malone Scholars Program

Who is eligible?

Applicants considered for this honor must be:

  • Exceptional students who place in the top 5% of their class, demonstrate academic achievement, exemplary citizenship, and leadership potential. 
  • U.S. citizens applying to Grades 7–10 (or current, rising students in Grades 7–10), who qualify for at least 30% of tuition in need-based financial assistance. 

How do I apply?

Families interested in applying for the Malone Scholars Program must complete all of the following by DECEMBER 1:

Finalists will be selected and invited for a formal Malone Scholar interview in late January. Those not invited to interview will continue to be considered for Park School’s need-based tuition assistance program.