Because our Suzuki School was set up as a non-profit we have the freedom to fund raise for our scholarship program! Through the generosity of our donors, we are able to offer limited scholarships to families who meeting the eligibility requirements for the reduced price school lunch program.
If you believe you qualify, or have financial need, we encourage you to reach out to our program director Mary Flanagan and request a scholarship application.
This simple form allows our board to determine your eligibility.
Should you be approved, we would then create a personalized registration form for your family. To request a form, contact our board president Carla Mills.
Additional Scholarship Options
If your family does not qualify for a scholarship through our program or our program funds are used up, we encourage you to apply for a scholarship through Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council.
Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council has an online grant process. Go to their website, www.plrac.org, and click on the applicant Login button. Follow the instructions to register as an artist for the Youth Scholarship and complete the application. If you have questions contact: Brenda Byron, Executive Director, at the PLRAC office in Waseca, 1-800–298-1254 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In FY 2018 a total of 102 students were awarded Youth Scholarships, for a total of $27,600 from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. This is part of the Legacy funding from the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment that Prairie Lakes receives from the State Legislature. We also provide grants to Non-profit Arts Organizations, Community Groups and Schools.
The Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council is committed to supporting and expanding the arts in the nine-county area; knowing that the Arts improve the quality of life in our region. They serve a nine-county area including Blue Earth, Brown, Faribault, LeSueur, Martin, Nicollet, Sibley, Waseca, and Watonwan Counties.