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California Scholarship Federation

The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is a Statewide honor society.  Students apply each semester during the third week of the semester, and have one week to complete their applications. Terra Linda High School has between 100-150 members each semester. 


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Spring semester Freshmen may apply and are considered adjunct members. Eligibility is based on a point system. Students need 10 points and can use only 5 classes (PE and TA do not count) to meet this requirement. 7 of the 10 points need to be in Academic classes: An A = 3 points, B = 1 point. If the class is Honors/AP: A = 4 points, B = 2 points, (you can only use 2 of these points). A grade of C does not count for any points, and a D or F disqualifies students for the semester in which the D or F was earned.  

CSF Students must also complete at least 5 hours of community service per semester. 

Community Service hours can be earned by:

  • Working every Pride Day at TL
  • Volunteering as tutors in the Peer Tutoring program  
  • See your CSF advisor for more information about volunteer opportunities

What do students get out of CSF?

  • The Life members get a superb dinner banquet in their honor put on by their underclassmen with beautiful certificates and pins for their achievement.
  • They wear the cords at graduation and get their names announced.
  • They get a gold seal on their diplomas
  • CSF Life or 100% Life is indicated on official transcripts
  • Many colleges have CSF scholarships if you are a life member.
  • Life member: 4 semesters (soph - senior) with one semester as a senior
  • 100% Life Member: 6 semesters (soph-senior)