Scholarships

To change the life of a child, you can provide them with a scholarship for one school year!

Grade 1

Angel

Angel has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Margaret & Ronald!

Grade 2

Sarahi

Sarahi has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Peter & Vera!

Saul

Saul has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Florence!

Grade 3

Juan Jose

Juan Jose has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Beverly & Duane and Karen & Al!

Maria Guadalupe

Maria Guadalupe has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Florence!

Grade 4

Emy

Emy has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Florence!

Rosa

Rosa has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Pam & Bob!

Grade 5

Omar

Omar has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Jonathan & Corrie!

Karla

Karla has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Ernie & Charlotte!

David

David has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Ballard Family!

Grade 6

Danna

Danna has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Karen & Al!

Fernando

Fernando has received a full scholarship!
Thank you Jonathan & Corrie!

Updates

10/4/16 Thank you Jonathan and Corrie for helping Omar!

10/4/16 Thank you Jonathan and Corrie for helping Fernando!

10/4/16 Thank you Florence for helping Maria Guadalupe!

10/4/16 Thank you Florence for helping Saul!

10/4/16 Thank you Florence for helping Emy!

10/4/16 Thank you Peter and Vera for helping Sarahi!

10/4/16 Thank you Margaret and Ron for helping Angel!

10/3/16 Thank you Ballard Family for helping David!

9/21/16 Thank you Karen and Al for helping Juan Jose!

9/20/16 Thank you Beverly and Duane for helping Juan Jose!

9/20/16 Thank you Pam and Bob for helping Rosa!

9/16/16 Thank you Ernie and Charlotte for helping Karla!

History

In 2008, an artist from St. Maries, Idaho, made a trip down to Tijuana, Mexico. She fell in love with a little girl and desired to provide her with a Christian education. That young girl has graduated from Didaque and is now excelling in middle school!

This act of caring for one child has grown into a scholarship program for more than thirty students. These children come from impoverished families who are unable to give them the opportunity to attend our school. Many of these little ones are in our special needs program.