CSF-California Scholarship Federation
CSF- California Scholarship FederationMembershipIn order to become a member, the student must submit an application at the beginning of each semester reflecting the previous semesters grades. To secure eligibility for California Scholastic Federation membership, a student must earn sufficient points from the pre-approved course list made available on the Redwood High School CSF application.Life Membership (Sealbearer) is achieved by qualifying one semester from the senior year, two semesters in the junior year and one semester from the sophomore year. Students who meet this qualification will earn the CSF Gold Seal on their diploma and wear gold cords during the graduation ceremony. These students are also eligible to be nominated by the chapter adviser for the Seymour Memorial Awards.Frequently Asked QuestionsApplications and deadlines:Membership is neither automatic nor compulsory. Applications must be processed during the first four weeks of the semester. The By-Laws (Article IV, Section 2) and every chapter's mandatory Standing Rules (Article III, Section 3) require that the eligible student actually apply for membership, and retroactive membership (after the deadline) is prohibited.
Active and Inactive Members:
An active member not only fulfills the academic requirements for CSF membership, but also participates in chapter activities at a level predetermined by the chapter adviser and officers; it is expected that such participation should exemplify the CSF motto of "Scholarship for Service". Inactive members are still entitled to consideration for the required awards (Article VI, Section 1), but may be excluded from other optional awards and chapter privileges (e.g., field trips, banquets, chapter scholarships, etc.)
Attention all CSF members!
If you have completed outside community service volunteer hours and would like them to be recognized by CSF you can log them in using our CSF Community Service Log! As promoted through the CSF Remind in the past few months, this log will be utilized as a way to track member activity and will be used for consideration for officer positions and scholarships down the road.