NSF incorporated as a non-profit in North Carolina.
NSF launches NationalScholarFoundation.org website.
Founder and CEO Michael Nock attends MIT Launch Entrepreneurship Program.
NSF becomes a partner with the Peer Tutoring Resource Center.
NSF recruits business advisors and student ambassadors.
NSF becomes a partner with North Carolina Virtual Public Schools Peer Tutoring Center, National Society of High School Scholars, and ScholarshipExperts.com.
NSF featured in The Triangle Tribune and The Carolina Parent.
President Obama thanks NSF Founder and CEO Michael Nock for sharing his thoughts on closing the achievement gap in education in America.
The National Scholar Foundation receives applications for the 2015 scholarship year from peer tutors across the nation and world including Kentucky, Indiana, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Missouri, North Carolina, New York, California, Florida, Michigan, New Jersey, Illinois, Texas, Alabama, Maine, Washington, DC, and New Delhi, India.
The NSF Peer Tutoring Scholarship Class of 2015 is announced. In addition, NSF Founder and CEO Michael Nock receives the Claes Nobel Entrepreneur Award.
Founder and CEO Michael Nock accepts his offer of admission to the Harvard College Class of 2020. The 2016 scholarship application becomes available.The Power of Peer Tutoring is published.
The National Scholar Foundation officially receives 501(c)(3) determination from the IRS.
The number of applicants to the 2016 NSF Peer Tutoring Scholarship Competition increases more than 250% from 2015.
The Power of Peer Tutoring blog is launched.
Founder and CEO Michael Nock is recognized by the Wake County Board of Education as the Valedictorian of the Wake Early College of Health and Sciences Class of 2016.
The National Peer Tutor Class of 2016 is announced.