Lincoln 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

Erika & George Brattain Sr. $300

LHS graduate must include music training as part of their continuing education. Financial need will be considered.

Chiarenza Memorial - (3 awards in equal amounts) $10,500

Drama (Melba); Business (Angelo); Nursing (Ruth)

Jo Anne Grigsby Memorial $1,000

LHS graduating senior pursuing a career in math or science education; second preference to a student pursuing a career in education or Christian service.

Ann Harmeier Memorial $1,400

LHS graduate entering an accredited college electing a major in performing arts, theology, or education.

Mary Hatfield Jenkins - (multiple awards possible; total award amt listed) $13,395

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

Paul and Mary Kay Keiser (4 yr award; total award amt listed; awarded once every 4 years next award 2018) $0

LHS graduating senior who has financial need and intends on pursuing a baccalaureate degree pertaining to agriculture or engineering careers.

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

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

Paul J. & Bernice J. Lamberson Memorial -(2 awards in equal amounts) $1,400

LHS graduating seniors enrolling in a degree in education or engineering and based on scholastic achievement.

Ellen M. Lane Memorial $2,000

LHS graduate pursuing a degree in education, medicine or an area of health care.

Fern A. Lee Memorial $1,500

LHS graduate pursuing a degree in business at a business college.

Rob Mahoney Memorial $1,500

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

Stuart C. &  Martha I. Shipman $500

LHS graduate enrolling in an accredited college preparing to study education, fine arts, business or vocational area.

Wayne County College Fund (multiple awards possible; total award amount listed) $1,587

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

 

 

 

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