Student Scholarships



The Cal Worthington Scholarship, which was previously offered to graduating seniors at San Juan High School and Encina Preparatory High School, will now also be offered at El Camino High School and Mira Loma High School.

Each of the four schools will receive three scholarships worth $2,500, $1,500, and $1,000 for a total of $5,000 per school.

An "eligible senior" for the Cal Worthington Scholarship is a graduating senior who has expressed a serious interest in one of the following career paths:

  •     automotive technology
  •     the military
  •     digital (“media”) arts
  •     aviation
  •     business  
  •     agriculture, including the culinary arts.

These career paths are reflective of the many talents and skills exemplified by Cal Worthington.

Learn more about the Cal Worthington Scholarship and apply online.



Three Sustainability Scholarships of $1,000 each will be offered again this year thanks to Republic Services, a national recycling firm serving over 2,700 municipalities and communities nationwide, and the City of Citrus Heights. These scholarships are administered by the San Juan Education Foundation.

Qualified graduating seniors must be planning to pursue a college degree with an environmental/sustainability focus. To be eligible, graduating seniors must live in the City of Citrus Heights and be attending a school in the San Juan Unified School District.

Learn more about the Sustainability Scholarship and apply online.