DeWitt Public Schools Foundation - David Cutler Endowed Scholarship Fund

Established by David Cutler, a DeWitt High School graduate, and later, one of the world's leading operating systems engineers. After graduating from college in 1965, he worked for DuPont, and then later Digital Equipment Corporation, where he worked on the development of early microcomputers and multi-tasking operating systems. Mr. Cutler joined Microsoft in 1988 and led the development of Windows NT, Microsoft's first 32-bit operating system. Mr. Cutler is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, and is only one of 22 Microsoft Technical Fellows. In 2007, Mr. Cutler received the inaugural Microsoft Technical Recognition Award for Career Achievement.

This scholarship fund is administered by the DeWitt Public Schools Foundation. Eligibility is open to students who are graduating seniors of DHS, have a GPA of at least 3.25, have reached a high level of athletic achievement in at least one varsity sport, have been accepted at an accredited two- or four-year college or university and who demonstrate financial need. For more information, please contact the counseling office at DeWitt High School, (517) 668-3100.