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Student Life

Domestic Fellowships

Three fellowships are offered specifically for travel within the United States. The Bolten, Heischman, and Walker Fellowships may also be used for travel in the United States.

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  • The Dorothy Marks Fellowship for Critical Inquiry

    Established in 2007 by Robert E. Marks and Mary S. Halsey, this award provides a student or pair of students in Forms IV or V the opportunity to experience in the summer an internship, workshop, or class or to design an independent project that explores in depth a topic of current relevance in journalism, the media, politics, world affairs, economics, or contemporary society.

    One grant (see the fellowship chart) will be awarded to a student (or shared by a pair of students) from Form IV or V. Proposals should contain a detailed statement of program, objectives, itinerary, and budget.

    Facilitator: Mr. Bishop
  • The W. Carter Bowles Jr. Musical Scholarship

    Established in 1974 by Mr. and Mrs. W. Carter Bowles Sr. in memory of their son, W. Carter Bowles Jr., this scholarship awards grants (see the fellowship chart) to two boys to be used to stimulate a student’s interest and competence in music during the summer months. Past recipients have used the monies for instrumental study, attending music camp, recording original compositions, vocal coaching and jazz instruction.

    Facilitator: Mr. Straub
  • The Parents’ Association Visual Arts Summer Fellowship

    The Visual Arts Fellowships, created in 2012-13 by the St. Albans Parents’ Association, offer multiple grants to boys finishing Forms III, IV, or V to stimulate their interest and competence in visual arts during the summer months. The grants could be used to take lessons, workshops, and master classes; to attend summer programs (both residential and nonresidential); and to purchase art supplies for summer work and exploration in any area of visual art, including drawing, painting, multimedia, sculpture, print-making, photography, digital art and animation, film, graphic design, and architecture.

    Preference may be given to well-developed applications in artistic areas where opportunities for instruction at St. Albans are limited (e.g., photography, film, digital art, architecture, print-making), though applications in all areas of visual art are encouraged.

    Facilitator: Mr. Sturtevant
Located in Washington D.C.,  St. Albans School is a private, all boys day and boarding school. For more than a century, St. Albans has offered a distinctive educational experience for young men in grades 4 through 12. While our students reach exceptional academic goals and exhibit first-rate athletic and artistic achievements, as an Episcopal school we place equal emphasis upon moral and spiritual education.