Jeffrey C. Fowler

Memorial Scholarship

Jeffrey C. Fowler

Memorial Scholarship

How has your passion for sports influenced your life?
Your answer could earn you a $1,000 scholarship!

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Apply before March 26

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How can I Support the JCFM Fund?

All donations to the Jeffrey C. Fowler Memorial Scholarship are 501(c)(3) tax-deductible contributions.

How Do I Apply?

The Jeffrey C. Fowler Memorial Scholarship is available to all graduate Loudoun County Public School seniors, who maintain at least a 2.5 grade point average and who plan to become a full-time student at an accredited college or university.

 

  • The applicant must write a 500-word essay using the prompt “How My Passion for Sports Has Influenced My Life”
  • The applicant should have two letters of recommendation from teachers, coaches or administrators submitted as a digital PDF to the recommendation portal
  • The applicant must complete and submit the online application form by the application deadline.

13

Scholarships Awarded

$10,500

Aid Granted

How Do I Apply?

The Jeffrey C. Fowler Memorial Scholarship is available to all graduate Loudoun County Public School seniors, who maintain at least a 2.5 grade point average and who plan to become a full-time student at an accredited college or university.

 

  • The applicant must write a 500-word essay using the prompt “How My Passion for Sports Has Influenced My Life”
  • The applicant should have two letters of recommendation from teachers, coaches or administrators submitted as a digital PDF to the recommendation portal
  • The applicant must complete and submit the online application form by the application deadline.
13

Scholarships Awarded

$10,500

Aid Granted

Scholarship FAQ

Who is eligible for the scholarship?

There are three eligibility requirements for the Jeffrey C. Fowler Memorial Scholarship:

  1. Graduating senior from a Loudoun County Public Schools high school
  2. The applicant must plan to become a full-time student at an accredited college or university
  3. The applicant must carry at least a 2.5 grade point average
Is this scholarship just for athletes?

No. Anyone who has been influenced by sports in any way is encouraged to apply. We often receive applications from team managers, student journalists and photographers, and spirit squad members.

My coach said he/she would submit a recommendation, but he/she hasn't...

We would recommend getting three teachers, coaches, or administrators to submit recommendations on your behalf to make sure you meet to the two-recommendation requirement.

How can I make a donation?

Thanks for considering making a contribution to the scholarship fund! There are a few ways to contribute:

  1. Donate online
  2. Attend one of our fundraising events
  3. Mail a paper check made out to “Jeffrey C. Fowler Memorial Scholarship” to 705 Smartt’s Lane NE, Leesburg, Virginia 20176.

All donations to the Jeffrey C. Fowler Memorial Scholarship are 501(c)(3) tax-deductible contributions.

My company wants to make a donation, can we do that?

Yes! The Jeffrey C. Fowler Memorial Scholarship is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and your contributions are tax-deductible. If your company wants to contribute to the scholarship fund, they can visit our online donation portal or email our president at jcfmscholarship@gmail.com to learn more.

Scholarship Winners

Zach Franco

Eckerd College

Caleb Washington

BYU-Idaho

Who Was Jeff Fowler?

A baseball fan, an uncle, a friend

Jeff Fowler might just have been the world’s all-time greatest baseball fan. However, he is most remembered for being a loving husband, son, brother, uncle, coach and friend.

With 15 nieces and nephews, he was known to most as Uncle Jeff.

On March 23, 2013, Uncle Jeff lost his 14 year battle with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma.

Uncle Jeff, or “Fig” as his Patriot teammates called him, is a 1983 graduate of Park View High School where he played baseball and basketball.

On and off the field, Uncle Jeff dedicated his life to his family and teaching his nieces and nephews everything he could about sports, but more importantly served as a lifelong role model for everyone he ever met.

 

A fond memory to introduce Jeff

Uncle Jeff met his nephews at a Frederick Keys game on a day in which temperatures would climb over 100 degrees. Being the baseball expert he was and knowing Harry Grove Stadium inside and out, Uncle Jeff asked his nephews if they wanted to sit near the field to be right on top of the action or in the shade. Both immediately said shade. Uncle Jeff approached the ticket window and got three tickets in the shade for himself and his nephews.

Once inside the stadium, his nephews heard the classic Uncle Jeff “Doh!” and knew their clown of an uncle had made a mistake.

That was the last time Owen and Patrick ever got to watch a live baseball game with Uncle Jeff. The Frederick Keys lost to the Wilmington Blue Rocks as Uncle Jeff, Owen, and Patrick watched in the 100-degree sun, one section away from the shade.

Who Was Jeff Fowler?

A baseball fan, an uncle, a friend

Jeff Fowler might just have been the world’s all-time greatest baseball fan. However, he is most remembered for being a loving husband, son, brother, uncle, coach and friend.

With 15 nieces and nephews, he was known to most as Uncle Jeff.

On March 23, 2013, Uncle Jeff lost his 14 year battle with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma.

Uncle Jeff, or “Fig” as his Patriot teammates called him, is a 1983 graduate of Park View High School where he played baseball and basketball.

On and off the field, Uncle Jeff dedicated his life to his family and teaching his nieces and nephews everything he could about sports, but more importantly served as a lifelong role model for everyone he ever met.

A fond memory to introduce Jeff

Uncle Jeff met his nephews at a Frederick Keys game on a day in which temperatures would climb over 100 degrees. Being the baseball expert he was and knowing Harry Grove Stadium inside and out, Uncle Jeff asked his nephews if they wanted to sit near the field to be right on top of the action or in the shade. Both immediately said shade. Uncle Jeff approached the ticket window and got three tickets in the shade for himself and his nephews.

Once inside the stadium, his nephews heard the classic Uncle Jeff “Doh!” and knew their clown of an uncle had made a mistake.

That was the last time Owen and Patrick ever got to watch a live baseball game with Uncle Jeff. The Frederick Keys lost to the Wilmington Blue Rocks as Uncle Jeff, Owen, and Patrick watched in the 100-degree sun, one section away from the shade.