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About the Gina Grant Bull Memorial Legislative Page Scholarship Program​

During her lifetime, Gina Grant Bull served the state of Washington in both the Legislature and at the community level. In every role, from Legislative Assistant to House Page Supervisor to teacher to coach, Gina went out of her way to make everyone feel welcomed and a valued member of the institutional family. 

The Page Program and the pages held a special place in Gina’s heart. Her mission, before she unexpectedly passed away in 2016, was to extend this opportunity to all students in Washington State regardless of economic status. This scholarship honors her service and dedication.

This goal of this scholarship is to encourage all students, regardless of income level, to participate in the Page Program by helping offset the expense of traveling to and staying in Olympia for the week. By reducing the financial burden and raising awareness of the program, the legislature hopes to make participation in this great educational opportunity economically feasible for more students across Washington State.

To learn more about the scholarship, scholarship qualifications, and disbursement of funds, please visit our FAQ page


Apply for the Scholarship

​The Gina Grant Bull Memorial Legislative Page Scholarship is intended to support families who demonstrate financial need, and we encourage those who qualify to submit an application. All information will be kept confidential and the award process will be administered in a discrete and respectful manner. 

The scholarship uses the Federal Free and Reduced Price Lunch Qualifications to assess need. Applicants must supply a copy of the letter of approval issued by the school district after the Free and Reduced Lunch application is processed. For home schooled students or students attending a school that does not participate in the Federal Lunch Program, a copy of the benefits received from TANF, Basic Food/EBT, FDPIR, McKinney Vento Act, or foster care can serve as an equivalent document. 

Applying for the scholarship will not help or hurt the applicant's acceptance into the program. Scholarship applications must be received no later than two weeks prior to paging.​ 

To apply, please submit a ​completed Scholarship Application Form​ and all accompanying documents. 


Make a Donation​

​The Gina Grant Bull Memorial Legislative Page Scholarship is supported solely by private donations. Contributions can be made to this fund at any time.  

To help sponsor pages and their experience in Olympia, download and complete our Scholarship Donation Form. Please make checks payable to the Page Scholarship Program and mail them to:

Civic Education Program
PO BOX 40482

Please contact Civic.Ed@leg.wa.gov with questions