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Zions Pays for A's

Getting good grades in school pays off in life, and at Zions Bank

 

Hardworking 7th to 12th grade teen students (ages 13 to 18) in Utah and Idaho can earn $1 per "A" on their 2013–2014 report cards. (Sorry, “A-” grades aren’t eligible.)

Participating students are also entered for a chance to win scholarship savings accounts worth up to $1,000. (View some of our recent winners.)

How to get started

  1. Students should bring their most recent report card for the 2013–2014 school year and a parent or guardian to any Zions Bank® Financial Center.
  2. For every "A," they’ll get $1 deposited into a Student Savings Account. If they don't have an account or aren’t a Zions Bank® client, they’ll still be rewarded .50 cents per "A."
  3. Getting paid for an “A” enters the student for the chance to win a scholarship savings account in a drawing. The student’s name, grade, phone number, school name and city must be provided to be entered.

About our drawings

Community drawings: 150 students from different geographic regions in Utah and Idaho will win scholarship savings accounts throughout the school year. Drawing deadlines to submit most current report cards are:

  • November 8, 2013 for fall drawing
  • January 27, 2014 for winter drawing
  • April 4, 2014 for spring drawing

(A student who brings in their most current report card after a drawing deadline has passed will be entered into the following drawing).

Year-end grand prize drawing: Entries from all community drawings will be pooled into the grand prize drawing.

One Utah student and one Idaho student will each win a grand prize $1,000 scholarship savings account. The deadline to turn in final report cards for the year-end drawing is July 11, 2014. Find complete contest details and all drawing deadlines.

For more information about the program, email pays4as@zionsbank.com or contact Elizabeth Neff, Zions Bank Public Relations, at 801-844-8098.

View Official Rules.

View Official Rules for Boise, St. George School Competition.

 
This page was last modified on Fri Apr 18 10:22:00 MDT 2014