70 Local Scholarships for Seniors

LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO BHS GRADUATING SENIORS

Following is a list of local scholarships available to Bellefontaine High School seniors.  The list is current as of January 26, 2017.  To access the scholarship, simply click on the title for a PDF version of the application. In some cases, you will be able to type in the information, and in other cases you will need to print the application and fill it in by hand. Some links may take you to a website where you can find the application. Once completed, you will need to return the application to the designated location. In most cases, paper applications are also available in the BHS Guidance Office.

 

Note:  If the scholarship is part of the BHS Common Form or the Logan County Education Foundation Common Form, you will only need to complete that form one time, although some scholarships may require additional attachments.

2/22/2017- Application now available:
-Kiwanis Club of Bellefontaine (Due: March 18)
2/21/2017- Application now available:
-Phil Stephens Bellefoaine Moose #2563 & Chapter #2228 (Due: May 1)
2/16/2017-  The following applications were made available:
-Ashcraft/Brown (Due: Last Monday in March)  
-Logan County Dairy (Due: March 15)
-Logan County Farm Bureau (Due: April 1)
-Mary Rutan Foundation Medical Careers (Due: April 1)
-V.F.W. Post #1080 (Due: Last Monday in March)
-V.F.W. Post #1080 Men's Auxiliary (Due: Last Monday in March)

BHS COMMON FORM APPLICATION. The following 24 scholarships use the BHS Common Form Application. The BHS Common Form is due in the Guidance Office no later than April 7.

 

  1. BELLEFONTAINE CITY SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS.  These scholarships, which are awarded by the Bellefontaine City Schools Board of Education and are valued at $1,000 each, are based on academic excellence and school and community involvement. 

 

  1. BELLEFONTAINE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS.  These scholarships are valued at $1,000 each.  Applicants must be pursuing a career in education or an education-related field, such as guidance counseling or school psychology and/or one or more of their parents must be a current or retired member of the Bellefontaine Education Association (BEA). 

 

  1. BELLEFONTAINE EXCHANGE CLUB SCHOLARSHIP.  Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to students with at least a 2.5 GPA who will be attending either a two or four-year school.  Need and community involvement are considered, and the student should note whether he/she graduated from the Exchange Club’s Safety Town Program. 

 

  1. BELLEFONTAINE HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC BOOSTER SCHOLARSHIP.  Up to two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to BHS students attending a four-year university.  Students must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA, have taken rigorous high school courses, and attach a type response (250 words or less, typed, double-spaced, size 12 Times New Roman font) to the following prompt.  “What is something about which you have changed your mind in the last three years?”  (Names of applicants will be omitted during the selection process.)

 

  1. BELLEFONTAINE HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI & FRIENDS SCHOLARSHIP.  One or two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded by a committee composed of BHS alumni and/or supporters of BHS. Applicants must be graduating seniors who plan to attend a two or four-year college or university and who have at least a 3.0 GPA.

 

  1. BELLEFONTAINE HIGH SCHOOL CHAPTER OF NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIPS.  Two $300 scholarships will be awarded to BHS seniors who are currently members of the National Honor Society.

 

  1. BELLEFONTAINE HIGH SCHOOL KEY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP.  Scholarship value ranges between $200-$500.  Applicants must be attending a 2 or 4-year college.  Selection criteria will be based heavily on service performed.  Applicants are required to attach a listing of service activities performed over the last 4 years.  Membership of Key Club is preferred, but not required.

 

  1. CARRE RICHARD CARTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. This scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship or two $500 scholarships available to graduating seniors at BHS attending a 4 year college or university in the fall.  Financial need will be put into consideration. 

 

  1. FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE HI-POINT LODGE #60 SCHOLARSHIP.  One $500 scholarship will be awarded by the FOP Lodge #60.  This is to assist students in the first year of either a two or four-year school, and some preference is given to those planning to enter a law enforcement, community, or social service field.  A photo must be attached to this application.  These scholarships will be awarded by a special committee of the FOP.  Scholarship monies must be utilized/cashed by the end of the first year of college after graduating high school. 

 

  1. GENEVIEV FROMAN SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is valued at $1,000 and will be given to a student attending a two- or four-year school to assist with the first year.  It is awarded by the trustees of the Stieg-Froman estate. 

 

  1. ROBERT L. AND HELEN E. GINN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is worth about $200 and will be awarded to a BHS student who will major in either education or business at a two or four-year school.  It will be awarded by a Bellefontaine City Schools committee.

 

  1. DON HARRIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is valued at about $500 and is awarded to one BHS student who plans to major in Music Education at an accredited college or university. This scholarship is awarded by a committee of the BHS Music and Friends Association and was established in memory of Donald Harris, who had a great interest in the schools and in the music program.

 

  1. HESS COLLINS FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP. This $1,000 scholarship is in honor of James P. Hess, founder of Hess Lumber, and his wife Ann E. Hess, a Bellefontaine artist. This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating BHS senior planning to attend a 4-year college to study the arts. Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or better and intend to pursue a degree in one of the arts - performing arts, visual arts, dramatic arts, music, film-making, graphic design, fashion design or a related field. Scholarship will be awarded based on grades, need and artistic talent. A recommendation from a teacher familiar with the student's artistic talent is required.

 

  1. OHIO ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL EMPLOYEES SCHOLARSHIP.  These scholarships are given to students who desire to attend either a two- or four-year school.  Will be given to a child or grandchild of a classified employee with Bellefontaine City Schools and will be awarded by a special committee of the OAPSE.

 

  1. EFFIE PATTERSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. Given by a late Bellefontaine resident and the Board of Education, this scholarship is valued at $400 and is given to one male student to aid in the freshman year in college.  Awarded by the Bellefontaine Board of Education. 

 

  1. PEPSI LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP.  Two scholarships will be awarded to BHS students who have demonstrated leadership and who are planning on attending a two- or four-year college.  They will be awarded by a committee from the Bellefontaine City Schools. 

 

  1. RYAN D. REYNOLDS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  Ryan was a 1998 BHS graduate who tragically lost his life just prior to leaving for college.  In remembrance of Ryan’s smile, enjoyment for the game of golf, and passion for life, an annual scholarship has been established.  This $500 scholarship will be awarded by the Ryan D. Reynolds Fund Trustees to a BHS student attending a two or four-year college. 

 

  1. MONICHA P. SIMPSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is in memory of long-time Bellefontaine High School sports fan, Monicha Simpson.  Valued at about $300, it will be awarded to a student-athlete to assist during the first year of either a two or four-year school. 

 

  1. DR. EARL SLOAN RENEWABLE BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP. This $1,000 renewable scholarship will be awarded to a BHS student planning to attend a post-high school institution and major in a business-related field.  It will be awarded by a special committee of the Sloan Foundation.  Two letters of recommendation are required.

 

  1. SONS OF AMERICAN LEGION POST 173 SCHOLARSHIPS. These scholarships are valued at $500 each and are based on grades and need.

 

  1. JAMES STOLLY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is valued at $1,000 and was established by the A.E. Knowlton Trust in memory of a longtime Knowlton Construction employee and supporter of Bellefontaine City Schools. The scholarship is awarded by a Bellefontaine City Schools committee. 

 

  1. DEWEY VANHOOSE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  This is a $500 scholarship that will be awarded to an applicant attending Ohio University.

 

  1. DUTCH WILDE MEMORIAL/BHS ATHLETIC BOOSTERS’ SCHOLARSHIPS. These scholarships are worth $1,000, and are awarded to one male and one female student-athlete to assist with either a two or four-year school.  They are awarded by a special committee of the BHS Boosters to a student-athlete or cheerleader. 

 

  1. RONALD H. WISSE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. This scholarship is valued at about $500 and will be given to a student-athlete to assist during the first year of either a two or four-year school.

 

 

LOGAN COUNTY EDUCATION FOUNDATION COMMON FORM APPLICATION. The following 16 scholarships use the LCEF Common Form Application. They are due to the Logan County ESC no later than March 1. If you would like for us to deliver them to the ESC for you, you must have them to the Guidance Office by February 24.

 

  1. ACUSPORT RICK ROBISON SCHOLARSHIP.  Applicants for this $1,000 scholarship must be a graduating senior from a public high school in Logan County planning to attend any higher education institution within the next year.  High school seniors must be a legal Ohio resident and been a member of the Logan County 4-H program or FFA program in Logan County within the last year.  Consideration will focus on students demonstrating leadership, school activities, community involvement, and volunteerism with preference for those activities through 4-H program or FFA program.  Applicants must also complete the additional Rick Robison page in the application.  Preference will be given to children, grandchildren or legal wards of current AcuSport employees.

 

  1. RALPH AND WILMA BUROKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is valued at $10,233 and will be awarded to a Logan County graduating senior who will be majoring in an agricultural related field at an accredited two- or four-year college or university. Applicants must have at least a minimum 3.0 GPA.

 

  1. EDWARD K. CORE, JR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  One scholarship valued at $500 will be awarded to a Logan County graduating senior planning to attend a four-year institution and major in education to be a teacher.  A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.  Awarded by the Logan County Education Foundation. 

 

  1. DR. JAMES F. COSTIN SCHOLARSHIP.  One scholarship valued at $500 will be awarded to a Logan County graduating senior planning to attend a four-year institution and major in a health or science-related field.  Awarded by the Logan County Education Foundation. 

 

  1. DEBORAH ELLIS ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP.  This $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating BHS senior who meets the following criteria: 3.2 or higher GPA, 24 or higher ACT, has taken at least four dual enrollment or Advanced Placement courses taken during high school, and accepted to a two- or four-year college or university.. Preference will be given to students demonstrating financial need. 

 

  1. WILLIAM C. ELLIS/NANCY RATHFELDER SCHOLARSHIP. One scholarship worth $500 will be given to a Logan County graduating senior to help pursue a higher education degree. They must be already accepted to, or currently attending, a two- or four-year institution. Proof of family income must be shown prior to receiving funds. Family income chart is on the application. 

 

  1. HOMER FUSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is valued at $10,233 and will be awarded to a graduating senior from Logan County. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA and must plan to major in finance at an accredited four-year college or university.

 

  1. DONALD GUMPERT SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is valued at $1,667 and will be awarded to a Logan County graduating senior attending a four-year college or university.  Applicants must be an active member of their school’s Kiwanis Key Club and have a GPA of 3.0 or better.

 

  1. ISS AMERICA ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP.  A $500 scholarship is available to students that are Bellefontaine, Benjamin Logan, Indian Lake or Riverside seniors.  Applicants must be majoring in Engineering, Mathematics, and/or Science.  Transcripts must show outstanding academic achievement.

 

  1. JOHN L. JACKSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is valued at $500 and will be awarded to a Logan County student planning to attend a two or four-year college and majoring in an agricultural related field.  The selection will be based on financial need.  This scholarship honors the memory of Mr. John Jackson who was a lifelong farmer and loved attending the Logan County Fair and helping youngsters who showed animals at the fair.

 

  1. BILLY JERVIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  Scholarship will be awarded to a Bellefontaine graduating senior who is majoring in music and/or play collegiate level soccer.  Student must be enrolled in a four-year college and must have a minimum GPA of 2.5. 

 

  1. KEEP LOGAN COUNTY BEAUTIFUL SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is valued at $500 and will be awarded to a Logan County student who is applying to a 2 or 4-year post-secondary accredited school.  Student must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher and plan to major in environmental science or a related field with a plan to work on environmental problems, research, teaching or business management. Applicants must show financial need and include a short essay describing their interest in the environment and/or environmental studies using the form included in the LCEF Common Form. 

 

  1. LOGAN COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIP.  One $2,000 renewable award for up to 4 years will be given to a graduating senior of a Logan County public high school. Applicants must show academic scholarship and need.  Applicants must have a minimum 2.5 accumulated grade point average and must plan to major in environmental sciences or a related field and plan a career in environmental services, research, teaching, etc. at a four-year college or university.

 

  1. HAZEL MOORE SCHOLARSHIP.  One scholarship valued at $1,000 is available to a graduating senior from a public high school in Logan County enrolling or enrolled in a 2-year or 4-year post-secondary accredited school.  Applicants need a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and show financial need.

 

  1. RATLEFF SENIOR AWARD. This $500 scholarship will be awarded to an African American Bellefontaine High School senior who has documented community service activities and who will be attending a four-year college or university.

 

  1. SHARYL SUE SHAFER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. This scholarship is valued at $10,233 and will be awarded to a graduating Logan County senior who plans to major in education at an accredited four-year college or university. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA.

 

 

THE FOLLOWING SCHOLARSHIPS USE THEIR OWN APPLICATION:

 

1.      40 & 8 NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS.  These scholarships are given to students for their first year in college and are for nursing majors only.  This is a county wide scholarship available to all Logan County schools.  Deadline:  April 15.

 

2.     AMERICAN LEGION/HAROLD KERR POST #173 SCHOLARSHIPS.  These $500 minimum scholarships will be awarded to assist students in their freshman year in college.  They will be awarded by a committee of the American Legion.  Deadline: April 15.

 

3.      AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY/HAROLD KERR UNIT #173 SCHOLARSHIPS.  These scholarships that vary in amounts will be awarded to Logan County students who are children or grandchildren of a veteran who served in World War I or II, Korean Conflict, or in the Vietnam Era, Grenada, or Desert Storm. Students must be in actual need of help to continue their education.  Deadline:  April 15.

 

4.      ASHCRAFT/BROWN SCHOLARSHIPS.  One $500 scholarship will be awarded to a student who has been accepted to either a two or four-year college, technical school, or vocational school.  The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of leadership, financial need, character, and scholastic ability.  Deadline: Last Monday in March.

 

5.      BELLEFONTAINE LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior to assist in their first year of a two or four year institution.  It is required to attach a statement about yourself, your educational goals, activities, awards and honors.  Consideration may be given to applicants with Lions Club affiliation.  Applications should be turned into the Guidance Office.  Deadline: March 30.

 

6.      BELLEFONTAINE PROFESSIONAL FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP. The amount of this scholarship shall be $500 and will be paid at the completion of the first quarter/semester of school.  This scholarship is awarded to high school or GED graduating students of the same year or one year prior to application date. Preference will be given to anyone entering the public safety or health & medical fields. This scholarship is available to Logan County residents only. Scholarships will be awarded based upon scholastic merit, economic need, and goals in life. Deadline: April 15.

 

7.      BELLEFONTAINE ROTARY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is valued at $1,000 and are available to graduating seniors who are residents of Logan County. Applicants must have a 3.5 GPA or higher.  Selection will be based on merit, community service, and extracurricular activities by a committee of the Rotary Club. Applications will be completed online through the following site: https://goo.gl/forms/1GgxEA9872vW31NG2  Please note the document requested in hardcopy should be turned in to the Guidance Office.  Deadline: February 22.

 

8.      BELLEFONTAINE USBC BOWLING ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP.  A $1,000 award is given to a student for study at either a two- or four-year school.  Applicants may qualify one of two ways:  1. Must have an immediate family member belonging to the Bellefontaine USBC Bowling Association (parent, grandparent, brother, or sister); 2. Must be a member of a local high school bowling team and have completed at least one full season.   Deadline:  First Monday in April.

 

9.      TIFFANY BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. This $500 scholarship is in memory of Logan County resident, Tiffany Brown, who tragically lost her life in 2011.  It will be awarded to a student who has been accepted to either a two or four-year college, technical school, or vocational school.  The scholarship will be based on leadership, financial need, character and scholastic ability.  Deadline: Last Monday in April.

 

10.  THOMAS P. HENNESSY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a Logan County student who plans to attend The Ohio State University or any of its branches and/or has been a member of FFA, FCCLA or 4-H.  Preference will be given to students with a GPA of 2.75 in all high school classes.  This scholarship was established in memory of Tom Hennessy, who was killed in a 1999 automobile accident, and was very successful in the agriculture business.  Applications must be returned to the OSU Extension office by deadline.  1100 S. Detroit St., Bellefontaine.  Deadline:  April 1.

 

11.   JOSHUA KEITH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  The Logan County Agricultural Society award a $250 scholarship to two graduating seniors planning to attend any 2 or 4 year higher education institution majoring in the field of agricultural.  Applicants need a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and been a member of a Logan County 4-H or Logan County FFA program during high school.  Applicants must have also been a participant in the Logan County Jr. Fair for at least the last 3 years and be a legal resident of Ohio.  Deadline: March 1.

 

12.  ZACHARIAH W. KELLER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  This is a $1,000 scholarship in memory of 2006 Bellefontaine High School graduate, Zack Keller.  GPA and financial need will be considered.  A brief statement about you, your goals for the future, and how this scholarship will help you achieve your goals is required.  Special consideration will be made to members of the BHS Bowling Team.  Deadline: April 11.

 

13.  KIWANIS CLUB OF BELLEFONTAINE SCHOLARSHIPS.  This scholarship is valued between $500-$1,000 and is awarded to aid a student during the freshman year in a two-year technical school or a four-year college. Awarded by a committee of the Kiwanis Club.  Deadline:  March 18.

 

14. LOGAN COUNTY 4-H COMMITTEE SCHOLARSHIP.  Two scholarships valued at $500 each for students who are currently members of the Logan County 4-H and have completed their projects for the current year will be awarded.  The students must have a grade point average of 2.5 or higher and be enrolled in a two or four year undergraduate college program or technical college program for the academic year.  Deadline:  April 1.

 

15.  LOGAN COUNTY CATTLE ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP. These scholarships are valued at $250-$500. Applicants must be the child of a beef producer or be directly engaged themselves in the production or promotion of beef. Applicants must be a resident of Logan County or attend a Logan County school and parents of the applicant must be active members of the Logan County Cattle Association. Applications are available in the guidance office. Deadline: April 1.

 

16.  LOGAN COUNTY DAIRY SCHOLARSHIP. Two $500 scholarships awarded by the Logan County Dairy Association and will be paid to the recipient in August of the award year with proof of acceptance to college or trade school. Applicants must meet one of the following criteria: anyone involved in a dairy operation, anyone working on a farm, or anyone that works with marketing of dairy products. Applications are available in the guidance office. Deadline: March 15.

 

17.   LOGAN COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CHILDREN OF MEMBERSSCHOLARSHIP.  Applicants for this scholarship, with varying values, must be a son, daughter or legal ward of a permanent residential cooperative member.  It is required students have a 3.5 GPA or better and be enrolled in an accredited college or proper technical school of student’s choice.  Members of the immediate families and persons residing in the households of trustees, managers, distribution cooperative employees are not eligible to participate in the competition.  Deadline: March 10.

 

18.   LOGAN COUNTY FARM BUREAU SCHOLARSHIPS.  These scholarships are valued at $500 or $750 and will be given to students entering college in any major in the fall. The number of scholarships will depend on the number of qualified applicants.  The parent/guardian must be a current member of the Logan County Farm Bureau. This application must be typed.  This scholarship is based on scholastic achievement, extracurricular activities, and a personal interview.  Deadline: April 1.

 

19.  LOGAN COUNTY RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP.  This scholarship is valued at $1,000 and will be awarded to a senior attending Indian Lake, Riverside, Bellefontaine, Benjamin Logan, or West Liberty-Salem High School.  Applicants must plan to attend a college or university and major in education.   Deadline: March 15.

 

20.  MAD RIVER VALLEY DULCIMER SOCIETY.  This scholarship is worth $500 and will be awarded to a Logan County graduating senior who intends to major in instrumental music or instrumental music education.  Special consideration will be given to those with strong participation in band, orchestra or piano.  Applicants are required to include a short essay describing their high school music participation.  Deadline: March 20.

 

21.  MARY RUTAN FOUNDATION MEDICAL CAREERS SCHOLARSHIPS. These scholarships ranging from $500-$1,000 are for Logan County residents and students who have been officially accepted into a medical career program (i.e. medicine, nursing, pharmacy, allied medical). Please note: Applicants enrolled in PRE-programs (pre-medicine, pre-nursing, or pre-allied medicine) do NOT qualify. Scholarship recipient selections will be made on May 20.  Deadline:  April 1.

 

22.  JAMES FORSYTHE MILROY FOUNDATION LOANS.  This award is given to students in Logan County in order to encourage agriculturally-minded students wishing to obtain advanced agricultural, home economics or biology education in any Ohio educational institution.  Funding is renewable with no interest charge while the student is in school and for the first four years after school.   Foundation trustees may be able to forgive part of the loan and convert it to a scholarship if the income of the trust allows.  Note:  This is a loan, not a scholarship.  There is no deadline at this time. 

 

23.  MARY ELEANOR MORRIS/COLUMBUS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS. These scholarships, which are for $1,000 and are renewable for four years (a certain GPA must be maintained), are awarded to five students from Logan County each year.  Students who are recipients of the Ohio Academic Scholarship, sponsored by the Ohio Board of regents will not be eligible for the MEM scholarship.  Also, recipients of National Merit Scholarships of $4,000 or more will not be eligible.  Awarded by a special countywide committee.  Deadline:  March 15.

 

24.  SUSIE PARKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP.  At least one $500 (minimum) scholarship will be awarded to a BHS graduating senior who has at least a 3.0 GPA and who has been accepted to an accredited four-year college or university in Ohio. The scholarship must be used for tuition only. These scholarships will be awarded by the Logan County District Library Board of Trustees. Deadline: Fourth Monday in April.

 

25.  GUNNERY SERGEANT DAVID S. SPICER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. Gunnery Spicer was a proud Marine who loved his country and his family. On July 13, 2009, Gunnery Spicer was killed in action fighting in Afghanistan. This scholarship is valued at $1,000 and will be awarded to a Logan County graduating senior. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA.  All students are encouraged to apply as well as those attending a college through an ROTC Program.  Deadline: April 15.

 

26.  PHIL STEPHENS BELLEFONTAINE MOOSE #2563 & CHAPTER #2228 SCHOLARSHIP.  Two scholarships valued at $500 each.  Applicants need NOT have any affiliation with the Moose to apply.  All youth graduating in 2016 are welcome to submit an application regardless of whether or not you have a family member who is a current member of any Moose club.  The applicant must be graduating in the high school class of 2016 and must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.  A brief essay about yourself and your goals needs to be attached.  All Class of 2016 winners will be notified by mail.  Winner will be announced May 16, 2016.  Deadline: May 5.

 

27.  STOLLY INSURANCE GROUP “SUCCEED” SCHOLARSHIP.  Stolly Insurance group is offering two $1,000 scholarships for the 2016-2017 school year.  Any student graduating high school in 2016 who is a primary resident of Ohio and will enroll in post-secondary education for the 2017-2018 school year is eligible to apply.  The committee will take into consideration current grades, extracurricular activities, leadership, work ethic, application, essay, and applicant’s commitment to continued education.  Deadline: February 17.

 

28.  V.F.W. POST #1080 SCHOLARSHIP. This $500 scholarship will be awarded on the basis of leadership, financial need, character, and scholastic ability. Applicants must have been accepted to a two- or four-year college, technical school, or a vocational school.  Deadline:  Last Monday in March.

 

29.  V.F.W. POST #1080 MEN’S AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP.  This $500 will be awarded to a student who will be enrolled in either a two or four-year college, technical school, or vocational school.  The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of leadership, financial need, character, and scholastic ability.  Deadline:  Last Monday in March.

 

30.  WEST LIBERTY FORCE FASTPITCH ORGANIZATION SCHOLARSHIPS.  These scholarships will be awarded to current or former players of West Liberty Force Fastpitch softball.  Applicants must be in their senior year of high school and are in actual need of financial help to continue their education.  Deadline: April 15.

 

 

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