Richmond 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

American Association of University Women- (3 awards split equally) $21,000

One to a RHS graduate enrolling in a degree-granting institution with an undergraduate major in English.  Another to a RHS graduate enrolling in a degree-granting institution with an undergraduate major in foreign language.  The third to a RHS graduate enrolling in a degree-granting institution in home economics or related fields i.e. interior design, hospitality/hotel-motel management, family living, domestic science, child development, nutrition, fashion design.

Jonathan Alan - (4 year award; total amt listed; new award every 3 yrs next award 2019) $0

Awarded to a RHS graduate entering a medical profession who demonstrates financial need.

Clarence Brown $1,800

RHS graduate with preference given to student needing financial aid.

Ralph Burkhardt $250

RHS graduate who has been a member of orchestra and plans to study music at the college level though not necessarily as a major.  Preference will be given to a student who was a string player in the orchestra and to the candidate who has been a member of the orchestra for the greatest number of semesters.

Betty J. Cecere Memorial $2,000

RHS graduating female senior planning to attend an accredited post-secondary school who demonstrates financial need.

Alex Christ Memorial $500

RHS graduating senior.

Helen Coble Business Education $500

Female graduating seniors from Richmond High School who intend on pursuing a course of study in business administration, and especially those who indicate an interest in owning or operating their own business.

William J. Cramer Trust - (4 yr award; total award amt listed) $24,000

RHS graduates for studying technical fields or teaching.

Justin B. Cross Memorial - (4 yr award; total award amt listed) $2,600

RHS graduating senior who is enrolled in a degree program at an accredited post-secondary institution.  Demonstrates good citizenship and service to the school or community.  Adversity and financial need may also be considered.

M. Glenn Cross Memorial $700

RHS graduate not a candidate for any other scholarship attending a state school.

Jeffrey Duncan - (4 yr award; total amt listed; new award every 3 yrs next award 2017)$2,000

RHS graduate entering an engineering field who demonstrates financial need.

Francis & Earla Gregg $1,000

RHS graduating senior majoring in Art.

Robert E. & Margaret M. Herbst $250

RHS graduating senior pursuing further education and demonstrating an interest in voluntary civic service.

Mary Hatfield Jenkins - (multiple awards of at least $500; total award amt listed) $52,258

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

James Joseph - (4 yr award; total amt listed; new award every 3 yrs next award 2018) $0

RHS graduate entering a human service field who demonstrates financial need.

Nancy Keelor Kelly Memorial $6,000

RHS graduating senior planning to attend a four-year accredited college in the state of Indiana who demonstrates financial need.

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

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

Johnathan A. Lahmann Memorial $1,800

RHS graduating senior who is pursing formal technical training at an accredited institution.

Christina Maria Danielle Leitner Memorial $1,400

RHS graduate enrolled in the Medical Assistant Program at IVY Tech in Richmond.

Kimberly Long Trust $500

RHS graduate enrolling in a 4-year degree granting institution.

Megan Lyons Memorial $1,000

RHS graduate who intends to pursue a teaching degree in the field of special education.  Students should demonstate and interest in working with special needs children by showing evidence of volunteer work.

Kevin Scott MacDowell Memorial - (2 awards in equal amounts) $2,000

Awarded to one male and one female graduating from RHS who best exemplify the traits of friendliness and caring for which Kevin was known.

Jerry & Randa Mendenhall $2,500

RHS graduate enrolling in an accredited college or university and who demonstrates financial need.

Margaret Roushar Menning Memorial $1,500

RHS graduate intending to attend a liberal arts institution (life sciences, literature,history, humanities, art, music).

Antonio "Tony" Mitrione Memorial $300

RHS graduate who is academically and morally qualified and enrolled in a degree-granting institution.

Mary K. Paust Memorial $1,250

Awarded to a RHS female graduate enrolling in a business course.

Henriette Pierson Scholarship Fund $600

RHS graduate who plans to pursue an education leading to a teaching degree.

Jack Reed $2,000

RHS graduate who has been an outstanding member of the Boys & Girls Club and plans to continue their education.

Ruth Hamilton Robbins Memorial (2 awards in equal amounts) $1,500

RHS graduate who is a lineal descendent of a U.S. veteran studying business or nursing.

Rodefeld Family Memorial - (2 awards male/female in equal amounts) $700

RHS graduating seniors, participant on high school swim team, earned a cumulative GPA of 2.0.

Rosa Family (3 awards in equal amounts) $6,000

RHS graduating senior in recognition of academic excellence planning to attend I.U. East and IVY Tech.

Shepherd Family Memorial (2 awards in equal amounts) $2,000

RHS graduating female student who played basketball during her senior year and who is pursuing an education after high school.  Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate academic achievement and financial need.

Elizabeth Smelser - (4 yr award, total amt listed -one awarded every 4 yrs next award 2018) $0

RHS graduate who will attend Earlham moral character, aptitude, financial need will be considered preference will be given to those who pursue courses in Foreign Languages.  Scholarship may be used toward tuition and books.

Richard F. Smith $600

RHS graduate studying graphic arts.

Anne Elizabeth Sperling Memorial $1,000

RHS graduate enrolling in RN course.

Stephen C. Varnell Memorial $5,000
RHS graduating senior who has been a member of RHS band for at least two years. He or she must also intend to major in instrumental music at an accredited college or university.  Award based on merit without consideration of financial need.

 

 

 

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