I have a question about appropriateness… DS has been awarded the AROTC scholarship and the NROTC scholarship. He has accepted both. DS is leaning towards the NROTC scholarship; however, it is currently placed at his #3 choice school. This will cost us considerably more since he’s also been awarded an additional scholarship at his #1 choice school. Therefore, he has requested a transfer of his NROTC scholarship to that school. We are not certain when he will hear whether that will happen. His Senior Awards Day is coming up soon. His guidance counselor is aware of his scholarships and would like to know who all will be coming to present his awards. Should he get presented with both? I’ve been given conflicting advice. Some say, “He’s leaning NROTC so only have that scholarship presented to him. ”… but others say, “No, he earned BOTH. He should be presented with both.” I can see both views but I just want to do what is appropriate. I guess we are in a location where we are not notified with options. We have to reach out and tap someone if the scholarship is to be presented at awards day. They are both substantial scholarships and it seems that both should be recognized. DS tends to NOT want to be an attention hound and usually opts for no recognition at all. He’s done this in the past and later felt disappointed when his other classmates got recognition while he did not. DH and I agree that an achievement as big as a ROTC scholarship should not be overlooked. He’s worked hard and achieved both. His AROTC scholarship has been given to him at his #1 school. Therefore, he does have some further considering before he lets that option go. However, right now, he is leaning NROTC. Therefore, I have to ask… Is it appropriate to have BOTH the NROTC and AROTC scholarships presented to him at awards day? (Even though he’s leaning NROTC?) Furthermore, about the additional scholarship at his #1 school… DS may or may not make use of that (depending on NROTC transfer, which scholarship he ultimately chooses, etc.)… Awards Day (unfortunately) will occur before all this is clear. Should he get presented with that as well? Instructive and informative advice will be greatly appreciated. Time is limited.