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Membership in the California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is based on academic achievement and the previous semester’s grades in particular required courses.  A list of the courses is available from Mrs. Lauer in K-21. Students become eligible in the second semester of their freshman year.  Four semesters of membership, including one in the senior year, earn students a gold cord at graduation.  Each student who joins CSF is required to complete five hours of community service through opportunities provided by the club or pre-approved by Mrs. Lauer or the CSF board. These hours should be separate from service hours accrued for other clubs on campus, scouts or church groups, etc. There is a $15 membership fee per semester that goes toward a small scholarships awarded in senior year. If you have any questions, please feel free to stop by K-21 to ask Mrs. Lauer. 

Club Constitution


Advisor Mrs. Stephanie Lauer
Club President

Neha Chandran

Meeting Date Every other Friday
Location Room K-21