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Kenneth B. Greer Scholarship

Kenneth B. Greer Scholarship

Kenneth Greer was a kind, loving, and humble man who was loved by all! He was born in Curacao and grew up in Montserrat, a British Territory where he lived his life surrounded by family and friends. Those of us who knew and loved him will forever remember what a fun-loving person he was. We will remember his smile, his sense of humor, and his love of life.

Kenneth was born with sickle cell disease which prevented him from participating in the sports he so longed to play. Cricket was one of his loves, but severe joint pain prevented him from participating. Doctors had prognosticated a life span of 25 years. Kenneth had a wife and four children. Information about sickle cell disease was not readily available, but the little information that was attainable was used to give Kenneth the best care possible. Kenneth far exceeded the 25 years the doctors gave him, only to lose his battle shortly after turning 36 years old. This educational scholarship is in memory of him. Grants will be given up to $1,000 for various services. Funds will be used for books, tutoring, and partial payments of tuition.


Kenneth B. Greer Scholarship Application


This application form and all other required documentation must be emailed to
or contact us through our website: To qualify for this scholarship, a 1,000 word essay must be submitted with this form.

2. Home Address

Required for High School students only - College admission composite test score(s). Attach photocopies of all score reports.

List any postsecondary institutions you have attended:


What does the scholarship committee need to know about you in 1,000 words or less is required? The committee members will be especially interested in these points: your most notable qualities, your attitude about Sickle Cell Disease.

Attach your essay to this form. The essay is limited to no more than 1,000 words, two printed pages (approximately 6,000 characters). Carefully proof read your essay.

Certification Statement: