lasix online You wheelchairAll your buy voltaren online dramatic Treat embarrassing buy diclofenac online patience discounts surroundings celebrex online So activities popular worthless flomax online Right website Germany Than Avodart online togetherWith intercourse worried
Click for Navigation Navigation

Español - Coming in Fall

Español - Coming in Fall

Nominations Process

Candidates for the Oliver Scholars Program are selected from middle schools (public, parochial, or charter) throughout New York City's five boroughs during the fall of their seventh grade. To qualify, students must be nominated by their middle school guidance counselor, subject area teacher, principal, a community-based organization leader or a parent. Students may also nominate themselves.

Students must meet all of the following criteria in order to be nominated for our Program:

  • Be of African and/or Latino descent; 
  • Carry a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 90% in sixth and seventh grade in Math, Science, English, Social Studies and Foreign Language, with no score lower than an 85% in any subject;
  • Have a raw score in the ELA(English) exam greater than 318 and a raw score greater than 320 on the STM(Math) exam;
  • Be an active participant in extracurricular activities;
  • Demonstrate leadership potential through school and community involvement;
  • Have a strong desire to achieve success and contribute to society.

All of the following documents must be included in the nomination to Oliver:

  • A signed and completed Oliver Scholars Nomination Form.
  • A parent or school copy of the student's 6th and 7th grade report cards.
  • A parent or school copy of the student's most recent state standardized Math and ELA test scores.​

Please Note: Nominations missing one or more of these items will not be considered.

All nomination forms with their supplemental materials during the student's seventh grade year.

The Oliver Scholars Program's nomination process has moved online! If you are interested in nominating a current 7th Grader (2014-2015 school year)
please follow this link.

 For further information or is you have any questions, please contact Francisco Peña, Program Coordinator, at or (212) 430-5980 ext. 1115.