The Fairfax Alliance of Black School Educators (FABSE) prides itself in giving back to our community. We do this in various ways, however, we are most proud of our scholarship program. Since FABSE has been in existence, we have awarded over $25,000 in scholarships ($5,000 in 2021 alone). Membership into our organization is the primary funding source for scholarships. Approximately 55% of membership dues go directly to scholarships each year.  We also conduct fundraisers to supplement the scholarship fund so that we may award more dollars or include more scholars. We encourage all to continue to spread the word about FABSE to others and/or participate in our scholarship fundraisers. Click Donations above to donate to our scholarship fund! 

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2022 Scholarship Application

The Fairfax Alliance of Black School Educators (FABSE) is pleased to announce the continuation of its scholarship to support furthering the academic success of children- particularly children of African descent. These awards will be made for the 2021-2022 academic year.

The purpose of FABE is to create and provide a network of communication for educators, particularly Black educators in Fairfax County, to enhance the skills and capabilities of educators for improving the quality of education for all children and students, particularly Black children and students, to provide a forum for disseminating information on trends and issues concerning the education of Black children and to facilitate the resolution of commonly perceived problems.

The Fairfax Alliance of Black School Educators will award one (1) scholarship to a graduating senior in each of the 5 regions. The deadline to submit the application is Friday, April 15, 2022.

The scholarship application can be accessed HERE.

Please send questions to FABSEScholarship@gmail.com



2021 Scholarship Recipients 

Each graduate received a $1000.00 award

Stacey Acheampong

West Potomac High School



Eden Elias

James Robinson Secondary


Keara Sosa-Ton

West Springfield High School


Solenne Montgomery

West Springfield High School


Makinna Moore

West Potomac High School