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Grant and Scholarship Information

The 6th Annual FCFT Golf Tournament is coming on June 26th!

6th Annual FCFT Golf Tournament Coming this June!

Put Thursday, June 26, 2014 on your calendar right now and make plans to come and play golf with FCFT.

The 6th Annual FCFT Golf Tournament will be held at at Bull Run Golf Course, 3520 James Madison Hwy, (Route 15), Haymarket, VA 20169.

The FCFT Golf Tournament is held yearly to support the FCFT Grant and Scholarship Fund to benefit our member's classroom and academic needs. The fund supports teachers who may apply for grants, in order to do special class projects to enhance student learning, or to help a teacher pay for a college course.

Your participation in the tournament will greatly assist FCPS teachers.



The FCFT Scholarship / Grant Program

The FCFT Grant / Scholarship fund supports and benefits both our members and students.

Our Excellence in Education Grant Program has been established to provide funds up to $300 for the purpose of supporting activities which benefit students and teachers in the classroom. Our Member/Education Professional Scholarship Program will provide reimbursement up to $500 for a college level class.

Learn more at:

Click on the link above to see our recipients for 2012-2013.

Additional information on our grant / scholarship program for 2013-2014 will be available, soon!


ING Awards

ING awards $240,000 every year to K-12 Educators through the ING Unsung Heroes® grant program

Are you a classroom hero?
As an educator, you’re well aware of the difficult challenges you often face in the classroom today. Keeping students motivated and away from outside distractions while dealing with shrinking budgets, larger classes, and limited resources takes dedication and creativity. The ING Unsung Heroes® program recognizes teachers who make a difference by finding ways to take teaching to new heights and make learning fun.

Initiated by ING in 1995, the ING Unsung Heroes program invites educators to submit applications describing projects they have initiated or would like to create. Their applications are judged on their innovative teaching methods, creativity, and ability to make a positive influence on the children they teach.