Windward High School is in the running for the Clorox Power A Bright Future grant competition, but they need the public to help them win.
The school is trying to win a $50,000 grant to support the “afternoon music production seminars.” The program connects teens with musicians and teaches them about playing, reading and recording music.
People can help the school in its quest for the grant by voting for their project on the Power A Bright Future Web site. Voting is open until December 9 and people can vote once a day. To vote for Windward’s project, click here. To see a list of all projects in the competition, click here. People can also vote via text messages by sending “clorox1845″ to #44144 (fees may apply).
This is the third year of the grant program. Four schools will receive $25,000 grants and one school will receive $50,000. Projects include pretty much every aspect of schools, from academics to extracurricular activities.
Winners will be announced in January.