Hagerstown 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.

Jason Chaney Memorial $1,000

Awarded to a graduating male of HHS who best exemplifies the character traits and activities for which Jason was known.

W. Barry Culy Memorial $1,200

HHS graduate entering a post-secondary two or four year college or trade school who demonstrates financial need.

Waneta Fulton Memorial TBD

HHS graduate attending a post-secondary institution, having strong academic performance, participation and leadership in extra-curricular activities, planning to study nursing or related medical area field.

Hagerstown Community Scholarship Program $1,200

HHS graduate with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, who otherwise are receiving less scholarship support than other students in their class.

Greg and Rod Jarrett $500

HHS graduates seeking a business degree at an accredited post-secondary institution.

Mary Hatfield Jenkins - (multiple awards possible; total award amt listed) $14,057

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

Joshua Johnson Memorial $900

HHS graduate entering an accredited school, institution or training program in good academic standing.

Kirk-Little Post 1108, VFW #4 - (awards are $1,000 each) $5,000

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

Lacy Memorial (3 awards in equal amounts) $1,500

HHS graduating senior entering a post-secondary institution who demonstrates leadership, active in extra-curricular activities, displays leadership, strong academic performance and has financial need.

Rebecca Lanter Memorial $1,000

HHS graduating senior  with a strong determination to succeed despite adversity; dedicated to educational achievement; and who demonstrate financial need.

Rob Mahoney Memorial $1,500

HHS graduate pursuing a degree in construction management, engineering or a specific building trade; second preference to a student studying auto mechanics or agriculture.

Thad Tutterrow Memorial $400

HHS graduating senior entering a post-secondary institution who has a strong academic performance, leadership in extra-curricular activities, demonstrates dedication to community development and possess qualities of responsibility.

William E. Upchurch Memorial - (2 awards in equal amounts) $900

HHS graduates who exhibit positive traits including good citizenship, leadership, strong character, service and strong academic performance.

Glenn Veal $200

HHS graduates entering an accredited school pursing a career in agriculture and home economics or related fields i.e. interior design, hospitality/hotel-motel management, etc.

Wayne County College Fund (multiple awards possible; total award amount listed) $1,665

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

Frederick V. Wood & Mary L. Couch Wood $2,000

HHS graduate enrolling in an accredited institution who is academically qualified and demonstrates financial need.




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