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We are now able to receive donations of appreciated securities. This is a tax-friendly way to donate to a great cause. Please contact Jim Schroll at for details.

Designate JHS Scholarship Fund for Your CFC Donation

If you are a Federal civilian, postal or military donor to the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area, please consider making the Justice High School Scholarship Fund one of your designees. You can pledge your donation from now through January 15, 2021. Our CFC # is 28018.


You can learn more about JHSSF in our CFC story.


Together we can make college dreams a reality. Thank you for your support!

Justice HS Scholarship Fund


In 2018, the Stuart Educational Foundation changed its name to the Justice High School Scholarship Fund (JHS Scholars) to reflect the name change of Justice High School and to better represent our mission as a scholarship granting organization. Please know that all funds donated will continue to support Justice High School seniors as they pursue their higher education dreams.

The Justice HS Scholarship Fund was originally incorporated in 2004 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization under the name of the JEB Stuart Educational Foundation. The Fund is operated and managed by an all-volunteer board assisted by additional dedicated community volunteers. Since our inception, the Fund has awarded over $1,400,000 to help 635 Justice HS graduates take the important first step toward a college degree.


To read our current newsletter click here.

Our Mission

The mission of the Justice HS Scholarship Fund is to provide need-based scholarships for Justice High School graduates pursuing post-secondary education. The Justice HS Scholarship Fund supports students who demonstrate a commitment to learning and being contributing members of their communities.

A sincere thank you to our 2019 Bands at the Beach sponsor Bill Page Honda!

Words of Wisdom for High School Seniors

Seniors — are you excited and a little nervous about your college adventure next fall? Wondering what to expect? We asked our former recipients to share their best piece of advice with you. Below is a sampling of their thoughts on how to succeed in your college years. I think the most important thing about moving on after high school is not being afraid of new experiences. If you hide from new things then you can never expand your horizons. Meeting people and creating memories and connections is the best thing you can do to start the next chapter of your life in the right direction. Learn to discipline yourself to do what needs to be done, whether it be schoolwork, going to class, hitting th

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