Our Mission: To Ensure no child is forgotten due to a learning disability.
The Chase Dennis Dream Foundation was established by Chase’s family in 2018. Chase loved track-n-field – he excelled in Discus; and participated in football. It helped Chases’ self-confidence as he dealt with the challengers of Dyslexia. A scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating senior, who has a disability that falls under Texas 504 program.
The ideal Chase Dennis Dream Foundation Scholarship recipient is a student who:
- Articulate his or her challenges and recognized the need for self-advocacy
- Is committed to post – high school academic study/career training and has begun to set realistic career goals
- Has demonstrated perseverance and is committed to achieving personal goals
- Participates in school and community activities
- Be a graduating high school senior who will be attending a two-year community college, a vocational/technical training program
- Personal essays should include a brief description of how applicants are coping with dyslexia or their learning disabilities
- Minimum 2.0 GPA
- Provide most current documentation of 504 eligibility
- Sealed Transcript from current high school (Attn: The Chase Dennis Dream Foundation)
- College Application (where applicable)
- Recommendation Letters/References (Ex: teachers/clergy/boss)
- Articles/Academic awards
Download and Print the scholarship application.
Once completed, return all requested documents and application via US Mail to the address provided on the form.