Overview: What is CSF?
Club meets: Every other Tuesday@ Lunch E- 106

Founded in 1921 by Charles F. Seymour, the California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is a prestigious club organization established  to recognize high achieving students living in the state of California. 

CSF is a state-wide club dedicated to academic achievement and community service with a mission to foster high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship.


Welcome to CSF

  • The Rosemont highschool CSF Chapter #1281 holds its regular meetings Tuesday at lunch in E106 (see calendar posted outside room for exact dates)
  • Additional meetings may be called for as needed. Members are expected to attend all meetings.
  • Sign-in to every meeting/CSF event
  • Bring your lunch! Meetings begin at 12:20 P.M.

Membership and Policy

All Prospective CSF members must complete and return an application to be considered approval into the club. 

  • Letters will be passed out to potential members containing application forms at the start of each new club term (spring/fall)
  • The student’s record for the previous term must have no grades lower than C.

The application includes a point system based on courses taken and the subsequent grade received in each course.

Grades do not count for CSF points if earned in the following courses/conditions:


CSF Benefits

Benefits of Life Membership


CSF Tutoring

CSF offers peer-tutoring Wednesday after school in E106 from 3-4 P.M.