Curvey Scholar Programs
Above, Jim, Shirley, and Scott Curvey with Head of School Craig Gemmell and the 2017-2018 Curvey Scholars.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BECOME A CURVEY SCHOLAR?
Freshman applicants who reside in the Lakes Region are eligible for consideration for a Curvey Scholarship. Curvey Scholars are selected for this four-year, need-based scholarship based on their academic, athletic, and co-curricular accomplishments, and for their personal qualities of integrity, work ethic, and good character.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A CURVEY SCHOLAR?
Curvey Scholars are ambassadors to Brewster Academy, leaders to their peers in the community, and represent the Academy with dignity and honor by demonstrating their best selves in all that they do. Scholars and their families meet with members of the Curvey family throughout the academic year. Returning Curvey Scholars serve as mentors to new Scholars, supporting new students in their adjustment to life at Brewster. Scholars have represented top leadership positions at Brewster and have attended selective universities such as Brown, Colgate, George Washington, Lehigh, and Villanova.
The Curvey Scholar Program has provided life changing opportunities for students from the Lakes Region of New Hampshire since 2009.
The goal of the fellowships is to help students gain valuable life experience through travel. Through this opportunity, students broaden their perspectives, pursue their interests in a hands-on way, and further develop their personal values.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR A CURVEY FELLOWSHIP?
Curvey Scholars are eligible to participate in a fellowship between their junior and senior years at Brewster.
WHAT DOES A CURVEY FELLOWSHIP OFFER?
Curvey Scholars can design independent travel experiences to any location of their choosing within the United States and Canada. There are no set parameters in terms of focus or theme for the Curvey Fellowships; students will be encouraged to plan travel experiences that are of genuine interest to them. Upon returning to Brewster as seniors or later as alumni, students are encouraged to reflect with the community on what they learned and accomplished from their experiences.