Roy S. Kelley Scholarship Award Program
Snug Harbor Community Chorus is a non-profit organization devoted to sharing their love of vocal music by presenting quality family musical entertainment and contributing to the educational opportunities available for youth in the performing arts throughout the surrounding communities.
The Scholarship is named in honor of former director of former director of the Snug Harbor Community Chorus, Roy S. Kelley. Mr. Kelley directed the chorus for over fifteen years and raised the level of musicality and performance with each concert season. He spent his entire adult life working in the field of music, teaching, performing, directing community choruses, church choirs and privately coaching vocal students.
Snug Harbor Community Chorus offers scholarships to south shore high school students grades 9 to 12.
Students in grades 9-11 are eligible to apply for this scholarship which will enable them to study vocal/instrumental instruction with a private teacher of their choice. Students who wish to apply should be in good academic standing. Please see the scholarship instructions for detailed information.
The following are requirements that must be completed to apply for this scholarship:
1. A completed application (click on links on the right to download)
2. Write a Brief Essay on why you feel you should be considered for this scholarship
and how the scholarship would further, or promote your music education.
3. A brief description of your study and/or Performance of music (vocal or instrumental)
including if and how long you have taken lessons.
Selected scholarship recipients may be asked to participate in our next scheduled public concert.
Completed applications and the above mentioned requirements should be mailed to:
Scholarship Committee SHCC
c/o Jody Hall
110 Keene Street
If you would like to donate to our scholarship program, please see the support us page and mark your donation: for scholarship.
Julia Blackwood 2017 Scholarship Awardee Performance
The Snug Harbor Chorus is appreciative of a grant to this season's scholarship program from Constellation Energy, an Exelon Company. This grant was awarded through the company's Community Champions Program.