Centerville High School Scholarships

Please contact your high school counselor for applications and instructions

African-American Scholarship & Honors Award $4,200

To be awarded to minority students from Centerville, Northeastern, Lincoln, Hagerstown or Richmond High School who enroll in an accredited college or university. Selection by African-American Scholarship & Awards Committee

Centerville-Abington Dollars for Scholars $6,650

Awarded to local youth or adults enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution pursuing a two or four year degree or attending a vocational or technical college.  Selection will be determined by a point system that includes a variety of qualities such as work experience, school and community service activities and academic record.

Chris Coffman Memorial $500

A CHS graduating senior pursuing further education at an accredited institution who is a well-rounded individual and exhibits compassion for others, giving, an outgoing nature, and a sense of humor.

Joseph P. Esposito $500

CHS graduate pursuing a career in engineering.

Tami Sue Goss $1,000

Awarded to a female of CHS who planning to attend a two or four accredited post-secondary institution.  This individual will exemplify the character traits and activities for which Tami was known.

Mary Hatfield Jenkins - (multiple awards possible; total award amt listed) $16,703

CHS graduating seniors recognized for academic excellence and demonstrates financial need.

Kirk-Little Post 1108, VFW #2 - (awards are $1,000 each) $3,000

CHS graduating senior in recognition of academic excellence with preference given to lineal descendent of a veteran.

Ruby F. Martin Memorial $1,500

CHS graduate who has a high academic and moral character.

Ruby F. Martin Nursing - (2 awards in equal amounts; 4 yr awards; total award amts listed) $6,000  

CHS graduate enrolling in a nursing program.

Donald A. McKinney Memorial - (2 awards in equal amounts) $900

Awarded to two CHS graduating seniors planning to attend an accredited post-secondary school and demonstrate financial need.

Nixon Family - (4 awards in equal amounts)$2,000

CHS graduating seniors who have successfully completed a 2-year course of vocational study at the Whitewater Technical Career Center in Computer Assisted Design, Precision Machining, Welding, Electricity, Construction, or Project Lead the Way programs, and who intend in majoring in engineering, technology or related fields.

Daniel Patrick Oberle Memorial $4,000

CHS graduating senior planning to pursue further education at an accredited institution leading to a career in an aspect of the construction industry examples of such majors include but are not limited to: engineering, business construction management, and architecture.

Edna Johnston McNary Pickett Memorial $1,000

Awarded to a graduating senior based upon academic excellence and financial need with preference being given to an outstanding English student.

George Romack Memorial $325

CHS graduate demonstrating academic responsibility and has an interest in teaching, coaching, physical fitness, and/or the areas of conservation, wildlife, and natural resources.

Rose Hamilton $950
CHS graduating senior planning to further their education based upon financial need, academics, attendance, citizenship and activities.

Luella M. Beatty Stott $500

CHS graduate pursuing a degree in nursing.

Elmer Toschlog Memorial $250

Awarded to a CHS graduating senior who has demonstrated outstanding citizenship and leadership skills.

Wayne County College Fund (multiple awards possible; total award amount listed) $1,979

Renewable last dollar scholarships based on financial need for students attending a Wayne County college.

 

 

 

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