The George Horowitz Scholarship, named to honor the memory of a former school teacher who became CEO of Everlast, is given each year to an amateur boxer attending or about to attend college. The Atlas Foundation works in conjunction with the Horowitz Family to assist a student who has benefited from the discipline and good values promoted by boxing and who is looking to further him or herself through higher education. In this way the scholarship combines two of its namesake’s passions, boxing and education. $5,000 is awarded annually to be used for tuition, room, board and books.Past Recipients:
The Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Foundation presents an annual scholarship in the name of John Garand Rowan, a founding member of the Foundation and our first Treasurer. John was a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, who served during the Gulf War and later became a practicing attorney. John left us at the age of 38, in 2003.
The "Admiral" Scholarship of $5,000.00 total, is awarded yearly to one male and one female graduating Senior from Curtis High School, who have distinguished themselves in the various facets of academic achievement, community and school service, and also have financial need. Special attention is given to applicants who are involved in the Curtis Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Program (NJROTC) to honor John Rowan's naval career and background.
Each awardee receives a one time payment of $2,500.00 at the Senior Awards Night payable towards tuition at an accredited college or university. The selection is made by the Curtis principal, college advisor and the faculty advisor for the NJROTC Program. Further information may be obtained from the Curtis High School, attention to the College Advisor, 105 Hamilton Avenue, Staten Island, N.Y. 10301, 718-273-7380.Past Recipients:
$1,000 scholarship to the Miss Staten Island Scholarship Organization in memory of Teddy Atlas’ mother, Mary Riley Atlas, a former Miss Staten Island in 1940.