SRCS Scholarship Program

Previous Winners

2016  2015   2014   2013   2012


Scholarship Forms

(click to download PDF)



Recommendation Letter

Poster (for teachers)

Completed applications
are due by
January 5, 2021

It is the goal of SRCS to promote the cultural enrichment and fulfillment found through musical study and performance, and it is our sincere hope that participants will reap those rewards throughout your life.

The SRCS Scholarship Winners are often invited to be featured performers at a future Choral Society performance.  Invitation are made based on the needs of the Artistic Director.    Winners will receive their scholarship award at their respective high school Senior Awards event.

Scholarship Questions?

Meet Our

2020  Winners!




Our Piano winner is Nolan Small.  Mr. Small, who attends Mountain View High School, impressed our judges with his performance of “Love Poem” by Grieg.  Although Nolan has played piano for the 2019 musical production and accompanies the school band and orchestra on 2 separate occasions, been a part of the ensemble in the 2018 musical, part of 2 different choir classes or even part of the Tri-M music honor society, most of his peers will recognize him as the Drum Major for the 2019 – 2020 Wildcat Marching band.  In addition to all this, Nolan was a member of the after school acapella club.  Mr. Small has been part of almost every ensemble Mountain View High school offers!  He is described as driven, resolute in nature with a sense of humility and maturity beyond his years.  We wish Nolan the very best of luck at Liberty University where he will be a music minor and plans to be a part of their marching band.




Our Instrumental scholarship winner is Stafford High Schools, Davidson Smith.  Davis was described as one of the most musically talented, hardest working and kindest students around.  He has been in Stafford Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, All-District Band, All-County band and Senior Regional Orchestra since his Freshman year.  This well-rounded musician also joined Men’s choir, SHS Vocal Ensemble and was part of All-District and All County Choir is Junior and Senior years.  He also joined the Fredericksburg Singers – a local community based choir similar to the Stafford Regional Choral Society.  Although we’d love to have him join our group, we wish him the very best as he plans to attend University of Kansas in the fall where he will major in Music. 




Our vocal winner is Ms. Karoline Colucci.  She performed “O Del Mio Dolce Ardor” by von Gluck as her competition piece.  Ms. Colucci has been selected for the All-District and All – County choirs for the last 4 years.  She was selected for All-State Choir for the last 2 years.  Ms. Colucci is actively involved with the Mountain View A Capella group as well as the annual school Musical productions.  She’s currently the assistant musical director for this year’s show. Karoline hopes to attend George Washington University in the fall where she intends to continue to perform with a choir or musical club.