Scottish Rite Application
Scottish Rite is an appendant body of Freemasonry. If you are a Master Mason who has completed the first three degrees in Blue Lodge Masonry, the Scottish Rite offers an opportunity to advance to the 32nd degree.
The Scottish Rite Valley of San Diego sponsors two classes each year to create new 32nd degree Scottish Rite Masons. There is a class in the spring and a second one in the fall. If you are a Mason who is interested in Scottish Rite, please submit an application to be part of the next class.
The Fall Class in 2020 is a virtual class to accommodate our current COVID-19 conditions.
San Diego Scottish Rite Community Foundation Scholarships
The San Diego Scottish Rite Community Foundation awards scholarships each year to one or more eligible seniors graduating from a high school in San Diego County or Imperial County.
This is a wonderful opportunity for deserving students with financial need, a strong academic track record, and a history of community service and accomplishments. We want to help develop the next generation of leaders in our communities.
We require a recommendation from a Mason. If you do not know a Mason, you can contact Keith L. Meeker (619-461-2181) or JoJo Quimpo, General Secretary of the Scottish Rite Bodies (619-293-4888) for assistance.
Scholarship candidates should read the application letter to learn more about the requirements. You must complete the scholarship application as soon as possible and deliver the application, two recommendation letters, and a certified copy of your school transcript to the General Secretary of the San Diego Scottish Rite Bodies at 1895 Camino del Rio South, San Diego, CA 92108. We cannot consider applications that are incomplete, late, or do not meet the stated requirements.
If you think you are a good candidate, read the application instructions, download and complete the application, gather your required documents, and submit a complete application packet on time. Good luck to all applicants!
Norte: 2021 application dates will be announced in the spring of 2021.