Vero Beach Karate Association
Family Oriented Self-Defense and Life-Skills Centers • Established 1971 • Enriching Lives for 47 Years!
The pinnacle of VBKA's support for academics is the College Scholarship Program.
2018 Graduating Seniors
(From left to right) Julia Kirkendall, Caroline Kirkendall, John Alex Kurutz, Kaden Tudor, Evan Lawson, Lauren Jenks, Christopher Myers, Danielle Heinig, and Hanna Preuss
Students who earn their Black Belts with VBKA and are going to college should apply for college scholarships in September of their senior year of high school. They may possibly receive $1,000.00 for a 1st Degree Black Belt, $2,000.00 for a 2nd Degree Black Belt, and $3,000.00 for a 3rd Degree Black Belt.
This year VBKA gave $21,500 to
nine graduating seniors.
VBKA has awarded graduating Black Belt seniors nearly $250,000.00 in college scholarships.
At VBKA we value education and encourage, support, and reward it in many ways!