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 School Overview
Waterford Kettering High School has a long tradition of contributing to the intellectual growth of our students. Students attend dynamic courses that invite inquiry and nurture creative thinking, while providing a solid foundation of core academic studies. More than 92% of Waterford graduates go on to college each year with impressive results. Many earn numerous college scholarships to assist in their post-secondary education pursuits. Waterford Kettering High School is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and holds state accreditation.

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Each year the Waterford Foundation awards scholarships to Kettering & Mott seniors who possess social talents and gifts, an eagerness to learn and succeed, and have the potential to make substantial social contributions in their lifetime. Below you will find the Al Dittrich Scholarship ($2,500) and the Edward J. Kuhn Scholarship ($2,000) applications. Deadlines for both of these scholarships is the first Friday in March (March 6, 2020). Please return applications to your school counselor.

Edward J. Kuhn Scholarship Application

Al Dittrich Scholarship Application