Local Scholarships

Local Scholarships

2019 Local Scholarships
Below are the applications for the 2019 local scholarships available to seniors. Please note each application may have different criteria and application deadlines, so be sure to read each one carefully. If you have any questions, please see your guidance counselor.
Scholarship Applications
Seniors who completed their 8th grade year at WRJHS are eligible for one of two $500 scholarships.
Seniors who were in the choir for at least three years are eligible for this $500 scholarship.
Seniors who attended TRES are eligible for this $500 scholarship.
Seniors who attended RHES are eligible for one of two $500 scholarships.
For seniors interested in pursuing a career in law, police, fire, social work, education, political science, medicine/nursing or public service are eligible for this $2,000 scholarship.
Seniors who plan to pursue a career in education are eligible for one of two $1,000 scholarships.
Seniors who demonstrate community service, are active in the band and/or color guard and have post-high school plans to attend college, university, technical and/or a specialty professional institution are eligible for this $500 scholarship.
A senior who was in the band and/or color guard is eligible for this $500 scholarship.
Eligible seniors must have an Individualized Education Plan and receive services with an Intervention Specialist to receive this $2,500 scholarship.
The Herbert Mills STEM Elementary School PTO is offering a $500 scholarship to a senior who attended HMES.
A $500 scholarship will be awarded to an RHS senior who was in the choir.
A $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to an RHS Senior
A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a senior who was in band and/or color guard.
Applicants who have completed their Junior Year at Eastland-Fairfield's Performing Arts Program at RHS are eligible for this scholarship.
A $600 Scholarship opportunity
In honor of student Isaiah Lewis, the French Run Elementary School is offering a $550 Scholarship to a Senior who attended FRES.
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