The House of Gordon USA will award three scholarships per year
    through the Charles O. Gordon Memorial Scholarship Program to our
    youth (and the young at heart) who wish to further their tutelage in the Scottish
    Arts including but not limited to piping, highland drumming, highland dance,
    fiddle, heavy athletics and Gaelic language study. One scholarship is reserved
    for the Grade IV Junior Piper of the Day at Grandfather Mountain Highland
    Games, two will be awarded as individual scholarship grants. The application
    process for 2018 is now closed. Applications for 2019 will open
    January
    1, 2019. Deadline to receive applications is March 22nd, 2019
    Recipients Announced on Tartan Day, Saturday, 6th April.


All applicants of at least ten years of age who are involved in learning a Scottish Art are welcome to apply
for the Charles O. Gordon Memorial Scholarship for the Scottish Arts.  The scholarship is given based on
the need and commitment of the applicant. You do not need to be a member or a descendant of a
member of the House of Gordon to apply.

The scholarship will be given as a cash grant in an amount at the discretion of the Board of Directors but
not to exceed $500.00.

All recipients must write an acknowledgement of receipt and a follow-up letter of their progress and/or
experience in their chosen Scottish art for publication in the House of Gordon USA publication,
In The
House!

Please download the application and post the complete application with picture and essay to:

House of Gordon USA
Charles O. Gordon Memorial Scholarship
1811 Aeronca Ave.
Henrico, VA 23228-1328

Or email to
scholarship@houseofgordonusa.org



CHARLES O. GORDON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS FOR 2018



























                 























    The House of Gordon USA is proud to sponsor the annual Charles
    O. Gordon Memorial Grade 4 Junior Piper of the Day Award at
    Grandfather Mountain Highland Games where Charles had also
    served as president.

    We felt this was a fitting venue for our program with the offer of a
    special trophy and a $250.00 scholarship.

    We look forward to watching this year's Grade 4 Junior competition
    and welcoming this year's Piper of the Day and his/her family to the
    Gordon Tent for lunch and the presentation of the award!



Scholarship
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2018 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS!
Charles O. Gordon, founding President House of Gordon USA
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Henry Marshall of Dunedin, FL. Henry is a 15-year-old
Highland Dancer who enthusiasm and love of the
Scottish Arts in his community has seen him
volunteering many hours outside of his dancing
practice and competitions. His goal of attending the
Oho Scottish Arts School this summer to hone his
craft is one we hope to help him reach with our
scholarship, and we hope to see him continue to
progress in his art.

We have awarded Henry a $500.00 scholarship to
help him attend the Ohio School of Scottish Arts
Sebastian Arguelles of Houston, TX. Sebastian is an
11-year-old Highland Drummer who is competing in
Grade 2 Individual Snare. Last year in the under 14
category he placed 4th at the World Solo Drumming
Championship in Glasgow, Scotland. Sebastian is a
dedicated and thoughtful young man with high goals
for himself and we hope to see him go far in
developing his talent.

We have awarded Sebastian a $500.00 scholarship
toward his competition travels this year.
Cameron Reid of  Loveland, OH is a 13-year-old
Highland Dancer and a first generation
Scottish-American. She has a love and joy of the
dance that truly impressed us and hopes to one
day become a teacher and judge. In 2013 she was
awarded the Best Overseas Dancer as Luss,
Scotland, and placed in the Championship at
Grandfather Mountain the past two years.  We
expect to see great things of this young lady!

We have awarded Cameron a $500.00 scholarship
toward her Highland Dance competition expenses
this year.