The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry is first and foremost an educational institution that has served as a beacon of enlightenment throughout its history. Instruction about the great ideals of morality, philosophy, religion, and philanthropy permeates our rituals and our writings, unencumbered by sectarian doctrine.
Tens of thousands of Masons in Washington State each extend a warm invitation for you to become acquainted with the Fraternity and discover our mission.
One such endeavor, the Scottish Rite Scholarship Foundation of Washington, was established in 1958 by a coalition of Freemasons from across the state who understood the critical role of education in civil society.
The Rite's commitment to human progress and the values of liberty, freedom, and equal rights for all are guiding principles that drive our mission.
Morality, civics, patriotism, and philanthropy are ingrained in the fraternity's DNA and remain integral to the governance of this organization, its fund-raising strategy, and the selection criteria for scholarship.
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Left to Right:
Mark T. Quenneville, 32°, KCCH
Scottish Rite Scholarship Foundation of Washington
Illustrious James D. Cole, 33º
Sovereign Grand Commander
Supreme Council, 33º
M⸫W⸫ Edward C. Woods,
Past Grand Master
Grand Lodge of Washington
Illustrious Alvin W. Jorgensen, 33°
Sovereign Grand Inspector General
Scottish Rite Orient of Washington
Mark Quenneville, 32° KCCH
President of The Scottish Rite Scholarship Foundation of Washington