Scholarships

This spring and summer scholarships will be available for youth day camps, swim lessons*, Lifeguard Training, an Outdoor Adventures trip to Yosemite, and tennis classes. Scholarships result in a substantial fee reduction (except tennis, which is free) and are available to families that meet a low income requirement. 

Campership

Campership criteria includes: being a resident of Woodland, and generally those who meet the requirements for the school lunch program. Limited camperships are available and are available on a first come first served basis. All approved applicants must register and pay the non-refundable reduced rate for requested program to be guaranteed participation.

*The Kiwanis Club of Woodland help provide funding for swim lessons scholarships.

Applying for Scholarships

To apply for a scholarship complete the applications and return required paperwork to Woodland Community and Senior Center, 2001 East Street. For further information about the scholarship opportunities, contact Woodland Community Services Department at 530-661-2000 or send an email.

Income Qualifications

Your household makes 60% (or less) of Annual Median Income
Household Size
$32,827
2 people
$40,551
3 people
$48,275
4 people
$55,999
5 people
$63,723
6 people
$65,171
7 people

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