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Applications are now open for several scholarships offered by the South Baldwin Education Foundation, for students across Baldwin County.

According to the official website, applications will close on Feb. 28, and scholarships will be available to students currently attending Foley High School, Elberta High School, Robertsdale High School, Gulf Shores High School, Orange Beach Middle and High School and Snook Christian Academy.

The foundation, which began in 1987, aims to provide college scholarships and advanced education opportunities to local high school graduates in an attempt to make college scholarships a priority for local students.

“In 1987, a committee of members of the Foley Optimist Club set in motion a dream to grow an organization that would make college scholarships for local students a priority for the community, and make it much easier to accomplish this goal. Since its inception, the South Baldwin Education Foundation has awarded approximately $8.1 million in scholarships to aspiring students, supported by more than 50 scholarship sponsors,” the website stated. “Foley Optimist Club became the first scholarship sponsor and was soon joined by other community businesses, civic organizations, and foundations as sponsors. Over the years, scholarship sponsors have grown to more than thirty organizations including a number of memorial and honorary sponsors.”

Applications are open now, and will close on Feb 28. For more information or to apply for this scholarship opportunity visit

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