The Boise Rotary Century Scholars Program honors Boise’s top 100 graduating seniors in a high-profile community event on Tuesday, April 16, 2013, from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the Jordan Ballroom in the Student Union at Boise State University.

One hundred seniors, from Boise’s public and non-public high schools, who achieve the highest grade point average (minimum 3.75/4.0 scale) for their respective graduating classes, will be recognized.  In addition, each student receiving recognition will be asked to identify an educator who played a significant/inspirational role in the student’s K-12 academic success.  The selected educator will be honored along with the student.  



The event was started in 2006 by the Rotary Club of Boise as a way to recognize Rotary International’s 100th Anniversary while highlighting the value the Boise community places on youth leadership development and high academic achievement.  Since 2006, several Rotary Clubs have joined the Rotary Club of Boise in sponsoring this event in an effort to promote all the Clubs in our Valley while profiling the vital role that K-12 education plays in the life of the community by:

·       recognizing graduating seniors who have achieved at the highest levels of academic performance;

·       recognizing educators who, in the eyes of their high achieving students, demonstrate professional excellence; and

·       reinforcing the critical link between citizen support and the quality of education in Boise.

Cost is $25 for those that want to come support the event – Final date for reservations is Friday, April 12th.

Send a check (made out to Rotary, c/o Bea Black, 2030 N. 23rd, Boise, 83702).