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AAA School Safety Patrol $1,000 Grant

The AAA School Safety Patrol program has been protecting children to and from school since 1920. Each year 10 - $1,000 grants are presented to high school seniors who once participated in the AAA School Safety Patrol program. To apply, students must complete the application form, which seeks information on academic record, safety patrol experience, in-school and out-of-school activities,a nd references.  Additionally, ap0plicants must write a minimum 500 word double-spaced essay, provide school transcripts and include a letter of recommendation.  Please review the attached grant application for more details.

Click here to download an application.



$1,000 Scholarship. To apply for this scholarship you will need to write an essay on this topic: Describe your eduational career and life goals. Explain your plan for achieving these goals. Include your degree/major, why you selected it, and how this degree/major will help you achieve your goals. The essay should be between 500 and 1000 words.

Your submissions must be sent to us by email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Get $1,000 for College Expenses!

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$1,000 scholarship designed to help fund creative, deserving students who need help reaching their educational goals.  If you are looking to save for college and could use a $1,000 scholarship to help cover expenses, considering entering the American Classic Homes College Scholarship contest. 

This scholarship will be awarded to a highly creative and motivated student who can tell us with an image and 200 words or less what home means to them.



We are pleased to announce the availability of five $1,000 Grants and one $2,000 Scholarship for individuals pursuing higher education. Grants and Scholrships are made possible through revenues from sponsorhips for the Area Agency on Aging Annual Meeting.

Grants applications will be accepted from anyone age 18 and over.

Scholarship applicants must have at least a sophomore status in an accredited technical school, college or university for the 2015/2016 academic year.

For additional guidelines and application form, visit the Area Agency on Aging website at

Grant and scholarship questions can be directed to Krystal at 567-247-3482



  • Any high school
  • Area/Major : Aviation (related)
  • GPA 2.5 & above
  • 2/4 year accredited institution: either
  • Essay: Yes
  • Topic: General essay question
  • are you active in your community ?
  • have you led a project that benefits others?
  • have you overcome personal challenges?
  • A winner in every state
  • Scholarships of $10,000 abnd $25,000
  • Only the first 10,000 applications will be accepted
  • Up to 180 winners nationwide
  • Scholarships of $2,500
  • Only the first 10,000 applications will be accepted
  • Every winner's high school will also receive a grant of $2,500 for educator's professional development
  • There is no age restriction
  • Be sure to include your name and the school you are attending this year and next
  • This is not an academic scholarship but we would like to know where you are going to school now and what your future academic plans are.
  • maintain at least a 2.5 GPA
  • be nominated by a faculty/guidance counselor
  • be registered full-time to attend a 2-4 year college or university
  • have completed and returned a RICHLAND COUNTY FOUNDATION application
  • demonstrate financial need
  • Senior at LHS
  • Earned two varsity letters at LHS
  • Minimum CUM GPA 3.0
  • Enrolled in post secondary institution upon LHS graduation
  • Submission of this application to Student Services by APRIL 7, 2015
  • Recognize the contributions of key senior students to LHS
  • Reward the achievements of key senior students while at LHS
  • Provide financial support for selected students as they continue their education at college
  • Honor members of the Lexington School community via awards acknowledging their admirable qualities and past contributions to the LHS music programs.
  • You must be a graduate of LHS this current year.
  • You must attend an accredited college or technical
  • You must have played for a team associated with the Lexington Soccer Association for a minimum of two years.
  • Maintain a 1.7 average or better in the first term of college.
  • Provide two letters of recommendation. One from a teacher or school personnel.
  • Participation in high school soccer is NOT a requirement
  • Have a permanent home address in Richland County
  • Be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate program
  • Entering at least first year of college
  • Submit most recent official high school or college transcript
  • Provide two character reference letters
  • Have a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Scholarship grant dollars will be sent directly to the college or university prior to start of fall semester
  • If finalist, student may be required to meet with scholarship committee for a personal interview
  • Interested students submit essays on the topic to the Mansfield Noon Optimist Club. The essays will be judged at the Club level, District level and at the International level. Winners at the Club, District & international levels receive scholarships.
  • Mansfield Noon optimist Scholarship price - $200! (will award one male and one female scholarship)
  • Ohio District Optimist Scholarship prize is $3,500
  • Contest is open to students under the age of 18 as of October 1, 2015.
  • Graduate of the class of 2017
  • Accepted to an accredited post high school institution or training program
  • Exhibit leadership qualities
  • Financial need
  • A track record of academic excellence, particularly in science and mathematics
  • A passion for the nursing profession and the overall field of healthcare.
  • Student must be African-American
  • Student must be eligible to graduate from a public high school in 2017
  • Student must provide proof of acceptance to an accredited post-secondary institutio9n of higher learning with the intention of completeing a two year or four year degree prior to award conferral; and
  • Student must have a grade point average of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
  • The J. Frederick Wolf Award honors voice students
  • The Dr. Thomas H. Croghan Award honors jazz sudents.
  • High school senior and resident of Richland County for a period of at least one year.
  • Preparing to enroll in further education beyond high school which is defined as an associate's degree or above
  • Complete an application either typed or written legibly in ink to be accepted
  • Preference will be given to applicants completing and exhibiting a parket beef and/or breeding project for at least 3 years at the Richland County Fair. The projects mut have been either through 4-H and/or FFA. Preference will also be given to the applicants pursuing an agriculture related major.
  • Scholarship monies will be released to the winner(s) upon producing receipt of transcript of passing grades from the first grading period of fall quarter.
  • High school senior whose parents/guardians are Richland County Farm Bureau members, and is entering agriculture related course of study at an accredited college or university as a full time student.
  • High school senior whose parents/guardians are Richland County Bureau members, and is entering a general studies course of study at an accredited college or university as a full time student.
  • College student whose parents/guardians must be Richland County Farm Bureau members, and is presently enrolled in an accredited college or university as a full time student in agriculture related course of study.
  • Richland County high school graduate or resident
  • Must pursue a full-time undergraduate degree
  • New applicants achieve at least a 2.5 GPA and returning recipients at least a 2.0 GPA
  • Scholarship awards are for the upcoming academic school year
  • Scholarship dollars will be sent directly to the college/u8niversity after August 1
  • It is the student's responsibility to notify RCF of a change in college or university attended
  • A change in college/university choice after a scholarship is awarded could result in a change of amount or loss of the scholarship.
  • Include a copy of your Electronic Student Aide Report (SAR) from FAFSA (4 steps to printing your SAR: 1-log on to 2-login to your account; 3-On the 'Welcome Page' - click view processed information - BIG BLUE BUTTON); 4-print the COMPLETE report - YOU MUST SUBMIT ALL PAGES.)
  • Be a 2017 graduating high school senior
  • High school seniros must have a cumulative GPA between a 2.56 and 3.2 on a 4.0 scale
  • Plan to enroll full-time for the 2016-17 academic year at an accredited 2 or 4 year college, university or vocational-technical school
  • Be a U.S. Citizen

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Senior student candidates who reside in Crawford, Richland or Morrow Counties and who are seeking a degree or certification in the allied health field through a high learning institution are encouraged to apply. The candidate must be currently enrolled or accepted for attendance at an ac credited vocational school, community college, or baccalaureate degree-granting institution. The candidate must be seeing a degree toward licensure or certification with the Allied Health field with special consideration given in the areas of Exercise Science/Physiology, Kinesiology, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Athletic Training, Sports Nutrition.

Three scholarships will be awarded annually as follows and as determined by the scholarship selection committee.

General instructions and applications are available in Student Services.

Click here to download an application.



Attention high school seniors:

Learn how AXA Achievement c an benefit you - and your school.

AXA Achievement Scholarship:

AXA Achievement Community Award: 

Visit to learn more and apply online.



This scholarship is available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any post secondary institution.

To apply for this scholarship you will need to write an essay of less than 1000 words on the topic below.

"Describe the three characteristics of leadership you value most.  Discuss why you believe that these traits are so important and how you feel that they are developed in an individual."



2 Scholarship Opportunities:

1.  The first scholarship is "Aspiring Fashion Professional" Scholarship.  This is a $1,000 scholarship that will be awarded to students that are interested in pursuing a fashion degree at an accredited post-secondary school or college.  Interested students can visit this link and find the scholarship located at the bottom of the page and click on it.

2.  The 2nd Scholarship is the "Aspiring Animation Professional" Scholarship Program. This is the 4th year we are awarding this scholarship for We are offering high school seniors the opportunity to win a $1,000 scholarship.  This will be awarded to students that are interested in pursuing an animation career path at an accredited post-secondary school or college. We ask that you have interested students visit our website, to find eligibility information along with the online application. The scholarship will be on the right side of the page and click on it. 

For additional information, please contact:

Shawn Harrell, PR Manager at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


BigSun Athletics Scholarships

BigSun Organization is proud to be able to continue to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. All student athletes, whether high school seniors or college students, are eligible for this award regardless of which sport they are participating in.

Please visit our website at to learn how to apply.

Questions or applictions should be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


BGSU - Scholarships for students considering a career in teaching science and/or mathematics. The Ohio Board of Regents has awarded Choose Ohio First grant funds to BGSU to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education.

High school seniors considering teaching either secondary science or math OR middle childhood science and math may be eligible for this scholarship program.

Eligibility criteria: Ohio resident, incoming freshman fall '16, minimum GPA 3.0, ACT 23.

For more information visit


BGSU - Department of Mathematics & Statistics. Under a grant from the National Science Foundation, we are offering a number of $5,000 annual scholarships to incoming freshman.

Incoming students will declare a major in the new specialization in Data Science that is newly developed under the National Science Foundation funding. Students will study calculus, computer science, statistical learning, and statistical graphics. New courses have been developed to tailor the statistical component to the modern needs of a data scientist and analysis of Big Data. Students will get exposure to real research problems working with a faculty mentor from an area of their interest, such as geoscience, biology, neuroscience, humanities, etc.

For more information, please check out the web page at or go to the the department home page and click on "Data Science"


BGSU Department of Biological Sciences

(1)Alumni Scholarship, and

(2) Robert C. Riomans Biology Scholarship

For freshmen majoring in biology, this department expects to offer at least one $500 scholarship on a competitive basis. Students must have made a formal application or have been admitted to BGSU are eligible to apply.Please note that these scholarships are not made available through regular channels such as Financial, but only through direct application to BSU Department of biological Sciences.

Applications are available in Student Services. Additional questions may be directed to Debra K. McLean @ BGSU at 419-372-2332.

Students who have made a formal application, have been admitted to Bowling Green State University, and are incoming Biology Majors are eligible to apply. Please note that these scholarships are not made available through regular channels such as our Office of Financial Aid. They are available to students only by direct application to our department. You, therefore, are our principal contact for notifying potential BGSU students in biology of this special opportunity. Please share this information with your colleagues as well.

Our scholarship application can be found here:

Should you or any prospective student have a question about the scholarship program, please e-mail us atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Brethren Care Village Scholarship Fund

The brethren Care Village Scholarship Fund was established to provide annual scholarships to lcoal graduating high school seniors and has been established by the Brethren Care Village Human Resources Department. The Fund is accepting applications for the 2017 scholarship year. This year we will be awarding three, $1000 scholarships to eligible graduating seniors at a local high school The selection of the three recipients will be made by the Brethren Care Village Scholarship Committee. They will choose five finalists from the applications and each finalist will be contacted for a short interview.

Please visit Student Services for more details and applications.

Click here to download an application.


The Buick Achievers Scholarship Program recognizes and supports their journey. We want to help those who put forth the effort and find success both in and out of the classroom, yet are unable to attend college with financial assistance.


Burger King Scholarship

High school seniors, BURGER KING employees, their dependent children, spouses or domestic partners in the U.S., CANADA AND PUERTO RICO CAN APPLY TO RECEIVE UP TO $50,000 IN SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS FOER THE 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR. BK will help you pay for your college.  High school seniors with a 2.5 GPA on the 4.0 scale and plan to enroll full-time at a 2 or 4 year school should apply.

 More information can be found at



This scholarship is a one-time $1000.00 award. Criteria deomonstrate and show a continued commitment to cultrual and intellectual diversity. Attend an OACAC member high scholl. Have an accumulated grade point average of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale in college preparatory curriculum. Required to attend an Ohio college or University.

Submit the application, and official high school transcript, counselor recommendation and personal statement by published deadline. Feb.3, 2017.

Contact person Charlie Runyan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



CSU - is offering four, one-time scholarships totaling $2,000.00 to incoming freshment men for the 16-17 academic year.

Click here to download an application along with the criteria.


Consolidated Electric Cooperative, Inc. Scholarship Program & Touchstone Energy Achievement Scholarship

Consolidated Electric is currently offering two scholarship opportunities to high school students in our service area. They include our annual Consolidated Electric Cooperative Scholarship Program and the Touchstone Energy Achievement Scholarship.

CEC Scholarship Program scholarships are in the amounts of $1,000, $750, and $350, given to seniors living on the Co-ops lines.

Touchstone Energy Achievement Scholarshipis awarded to a local winner in the amount of $500 and then will be eligible to compete for additional scholarships in the amount of $2,000 to be awarded in a statewide competition. Students are judged on how well their activities reflect the Touchstone Energy core values of accountability, integrity, innovation and commitment to community as well as their drive and dedication to achieving a college education despite any personal obstacles or special challenges they've faced.

Forms are available in Student Services or via the website at:



The Directions Credit Union Post Secondary Scholarship consists of two, one time $1,000 scholarships.  The scholarship will be paid jointly, to the student and school they attend and applied to their school tuition.

The applicant must be:  a member of Directions Credit Union or have a parent or grandparent that is a member, and  a graduating high school senior or a current full-time student, attending an accredited college, community college or vocational/trade school.

All Directions Credit Union employees, board members and their immediate family members are not eligible to participate.

Click here to download the application.





Howard L. Hofacre Educational Grant

This year each student will receive $1,500 grant. The grant is based on the applicant's academic record, extracurricular activities, and community service; with emphasis placed on community service.

Each applicant must complete an application and write a one page, typewritten, single spaced essay on the topic "The importance of Community Service as it Relates to Today's Society".

Completed applicationa and essay should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or mailed to: 

Brian White, 526 Cedarwood Dr, Lexington, OH 44904

Click here to download an application.



To be eligible for the $1000 award students must have a GPA of 3.0 or above, be pursuing a degree related to healthcare, and submit a 600-1000 word essay by Jan. 29th. Scholarship is offered once a year and award is paid directly to the student.



JAMES KURA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST.  The application os now available on the website.  OACDL awards three $1,000.00 Scholarships to high school seniors who wil be attending a 4 year accredited college.  Rules and details are available online.

Click here for the application.


JARED MANSFIELD CHAPTER / Daughters of the American Revolution

Several scholarships are available, each with separate requirements, criteria, and deadlines. The Ohio "Wings of Eagles" scholarship is for $1000 and several are awarded each year. However, the deadline for the application is FEBRUARY 1, requiring immediate action. The local scholarship isn't due until April.

The local scholarship is open to all students, including both genders, who will be attending OSU-M, NCSC, or the Dwight Schar College of Nursing in Mansfield, One $300 scholarship will be awarded.

Click here to print the application and all pertaining information.  WATCH THE DEADLINES!!


Mike DeWine - Take Action Video Contest

The Take Action Video Contest is a program to engage students in a financial literacy project.  Students are asked to create a 60-second video on consumer scams, cybersecurity, or identity theft.  The winners earn up to $2,500 in college scholarships.




 This awarded scholarhip value is to be determind.  Applicants must be from Richland County or any of the surrounding counties and be at least a high school senior to be eligible.

We are inviting any senior who plans to pursue a career in horticulture at a college or technical school to apply. 

 Click here to download an application


I Am Applying Scholarship

Registration is now open for the next "I am Applying Scholarship" that will be awarded this summer (July 2017).

Students can apply at



The Krause Family Foundation is offering four $4000.00 non-renewable scholarships to students. Eligibility Criteria: Must possess a minimum 3.0 cum GPA or higher on a 4.0 scale and complete high school by the Spring of 2015. Must have taken the SAT or ACT. Must be accepted to an accredited undergraduate academic program at a not-for profit 501(c)(3) school by June 1, 2015. Must carry credit hours equivalent to full-time student classification. Must be a U.S. CITIZEN!

Applications and full details are available in Student Services.

Click here to download an application.



The Lexington Local School District, along with Lexington High School, is offering one $2,000 and three $1,000 scholarships to graduating Lexington High School or Pioneer Career and Technical Center seniors who have demonstrated and outstanding academic record, particpated in school related activities, and have provided service to the community.  The purpose of these scholarships are to offset costs associated with college or continuing education.  Scholarships will be awarded following the successful completion of the 1st semester of college/continuing education.  A grade card or transcript will be required for verification.

click here to download an application.



Application for a $500 scholarship from the Lexington Academic Booster Club scholarship is now available.


Return completed applications to Student Services. 

Click here to download an application.



The purpose of the LHS Music Boosters Scholarship is to:

Return completed applications to Student Services.

Click here to download an application.



NOT AN ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP! The Lexington Soccer Association is proud to announce our college/trade scholarship program.  This scholarship will award one $1,000 and one $500 scholarship EACH  to a graduating Lexington Senior (2 male, 2 female) who best represents the Lexington Soccer Association.  The committee takes into accounth the overall life experiences to date of the applicant.

Eligibility Criteria:

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This scholarship is for students pursuing education as a career.

Applications available in Student Services.

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The Mansfield Area Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee accepts applications for apprenticeship on a year round basis on the first working Tuesday of each month and for a two-week period beginning on January 18 through January 29, 2016.  Applications can be filled out at the Training Center between the hours of 1:00 pm and 4:30 pm with extended hours until 7:00 pm on Wednesday the 20th and the 27th.  We are expecting to select apprentices in the year 2016 to work and train in the electrical construction field.  No prior experience is needed.  We will interview all applicants that fulfill our basic requirements. 

Apprenticeships offer both on the job experience and related classroom training, along with healthcare Insurance and Retirement Benefits.  The Electrical Apprenticeship is a five year commitment.  This year we are incorporating a $25.00 application fee and an aptitude test to all applicants.  Since apprenticeship classes are not for everyone, we have Construction Wireman (CW) and Construction Electrician (CE) positions available also.  Both CW's and CE's advance on hours worked, training classes are an option but not a requirement.  Healthcare and retirement are included in their wage and benefit package as well.

Click here to download an application

See application.

Mansfield Noon Optimist Club "Friend of Youth" Scholarship Grant


Applications available in Student Services.

Click here to download an application.


Mansfield Noon Optimist International Essay Contest 

"Lead by Example: Reality or Fiction"

Applications available in Student Services.

Click here to download an application.


Marion Technical College

Presidents & Tech Prep Scholarships are now available. The Foundation Scholarship is available to students who rank in the top five percent of their senior class. President's Scholarships are awarded to students who rank in the top fifty percent of their senior class. Tech Prep Scholarships are available to students who have been enrolled in and will complete the Tech Prep curriculum. Scholarships are limited to one per student.

Students must also apply for other financial aid, which includes filing the FAFSA. In the past, many students have failed to submit the FAFSA and therefore, were not considered for the scholarship.

Please complete the scholarship application and return to your Guidance Counselor.


MAY CHAPTER NO 62 - Order of the Eastern Star PHA

We are pleased to announce that we will be awarding a $500 scholarship to a deserving student to assist in their pursuit of high education.

Any questions can be directed to Carolyn J. Parker, Scholarship Chairperson, at 419-529-4365.

The following criteria will be considered: Resident of Richland Co. Ohio, High school graduation from within Richland Co., Academic Performance, Community Service, Personal essay, Financial Need, Extenuating Circumstances, Recommendations.

Click here to download an application.



"Be the Change" scholarship opportunity. This program teaches students valuable rfinancial literacy skills that will prepare them for adulthood. It also provides volunteer opportunities that can be crucial to their college resumes. This program is different because it not only gets your students looking forward in positive ways regarding their own future, but it also provides opportunities to better our community for years to come. Each student that completes the financial literacy portion and volunteer hours (20) is given $50 in their Mechanics checking account to pay forward wherever they see a need. Each student's $50 can provide a positive and lasting legacy for years to come in the place we call home. But it doesn't end there. Once the student sends in a video of how they used their $50, they are eligible for a $1000 college scholarship. Every May, 5 area high school seniors will be awarded a scholarship.

Join BE THE CHANGE! TO ENROLL, PLEASE VISIT www. MYMECHANICS.COM or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 March 2017


The Mensa Foundation scholarship program will award scholarships again this school year, based on an essay competition. We typically award one scholarship of $2,000 in our local area, and qualified entries from our local area will compete for amounts up to $1,000 regionally and nationally.  Check for dates that the scholarship essays will be accepted from.

Contestants do NOT have to be members of Mensa. Winners will need to provide proof of enrollment in a degree program at an accredited institution of prost-secondary education for the 16-17 school year (they do not need to know in advance what school they will attend). Awards will not be based on need, race, age, sex, or year of school (not just freshman).

To obtain an entry form, go to : on or after September 15th. Click on the Scholarship Application link on the left side of the page. Follow the instructions carefully.


Morrow County Township Association Scholarship

This scholarship is offered to a senior who resides in Morrow County. This scholarship will be awarded to a student planning to continue their education at any form of post-secondary institution (career tech, 2-year or 4-year).

Award will be based on a community service, leadership qualities, and quality of character. Award is not heavily based on you GPA.

Click here to download an application



Richland County seniors may apply for this $1000.00 scholarship. 

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North Central State College Office of Financial Aid


The PSE can cover the base tuition charge (currently approximately $150/cr. hour) for up to 66 hours. The ADS can cover 33 credit hours base tuition charge. To be considered, the application for admission and transcript must be received by May 1.


PSE: Weighted GPA 3.84/4.0, Rank, Top 10%, ACT Composite, 26.

ADS: Weighted GPA 3.0/4.0, Rank 25%, ACT Composite, 23

Applicants who meet two of the above are offered a scholarship.

Click here to download an application.


North Central Ohio Credit Union Ourtreach Alliance

NCOOA is proud to announce its scholarship program. We will award four (4) scholarships in the amount of $1,000. To qualify an applicant must be a senior in high school and plan to participate in post-secondary studies, including professional, vocational and academic studies not limited to colleges and universities.

Applications are available in Student Services.

Click here to download an application.



This scholarship is open to all high school senirs who plan to pursue college education in nursing, including LPN / LVN, ADN, and BNS programs. 

ASPIRING NURSE SCHOLARSHIP of $1,000 will be awarded to an aspiring nurse who best demonstrates:


Ohio Association of Career Colleges and Schools

OhioLEADS! Scholarship Program with over 200 scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $11,750 are now available.  These scholarships are only available to Ohio high school seniors of the current academic year.


Ohio Association for College Admission Counseling (OACAC) Charles L. Warren Memorial Heritage Scholarship.

This scholarship is for high school seniors who attend schools where at least one school counselor in the school is a current member of OACAC. The one-time $1,500 scholarship will be several outstanding high school seniors and may be used at any OHIO College or university.

Students from underrepresented populations with a GPA of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale who are in a college preparatory curriculum are leigible to compete for the scholarships.

Submit their completed application along with your personal statement, high school transcript, and the high school counselor recommendation (which must be siged by the counselor).

Please note that students may also submit a recommendation from a teacher, clergy or someone who has worked with them through a community organization.

and click on Charles L. Warren Scholarship Application 2017


Ohio Association of Litter Prevention & Recycling Professionals OALPRP

We are offering the annual C.R. Meyers memorial Scholarship. We are a statewide organization that promortes recyckling and litter prevention. An applicant for the C.R. Meyers memorial Scholarship must be enrolled or planning to be enrolled at an accredited Ohio college, university, or techn ical school. An applicant must be enrolled in a major relating to environmental sciences or environemntal education. The amount of the scholarhip is $1000.

Applications can be obtained from the Solid Waste office at 1125 National Parkway, Mansfield or downloaded from and click on the like for Scholarships. We encourage applicants to submit paperless applications. The letter of recommendation needs to be sent by its author. Please submit all applications to the following email or postal address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or OALPRP SCHOLARSHIP, C/O Clark County Solid Waste district, 1602 West Main St, Springfield, OH 45504, ATTN: STEVE SCHLATHER.


Ohio Black Caucus of School Board Members Leo Lucas Scholarship Application

Eligibility Requirements:

 click here for application and instructions.


Ohio Credit Union Foundation

$5,000 Scholarship! Create a 1 to 2/5 minute video answering the question "How has your credit union been centered on you and why should your peers go to a credit union for their financial needs?" to win a $5,000 scholarship from the Ohio Credit Union Foundation. All video scholarship entries (applications and videos) must be submitted via the website. 

Any member of an Ohio-based credit union who is in good standing and currently attends or has been accepted to attend a college or university, in pursuit of anundergraduate degree, may apply. Proof of acceptance/enrollment will need to be submitted upon request.



This scholarship is intended for Ohio high school seniors planning to major in a field relevant to our industry, particularly journalism, advertising, marketing or communications at an Ohio college or university during the 2016-2017 academic year.  One $1,500 scholarship will be awarded.

Click here to download an application



Scholastic Ability:

A.  The applicant shall be a senior high student who meets one of the three academic qualifications:

1. Have a mibnimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale OR

2. Have a minimum ACT score of 22 or SAT score of 1030 (Verbal and Math)

B.  The applicant shall provide a copy of the most recent and "official" transcript to verify grades and/or test skills

Click here to download an application.


The Ohio State Reformatory - Isaac Webb Memorial Scholarship 2017

The Isaac Webb Scholarship is established by the Board of Trustees of the Ohio State Reformatory Historic Site. Isaac Webb, an esteemed volunteer and Board Member, was a former Captain of the Guards, author, and historian. In his honor the Board awards three $150.00 scholarships each year to area high school seniors interested in pursuing higher education in English, History, and/or Law Enforcement.

A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required for eligibility. Mail completed application, recommendation and current transcript to the address provided on the application. Recommendation and transcript should be in sealed envelopes.

Click here to download an application.


The Ohio State University - Columbus

Full consideration of merit scholarhsips and Honors & Scholarship! 

Please apply to the common applicaiton -


Ronald McDonald House Charities US Scholarship Program

THE RMHC Scholarship Program seeks to invest in students who are exemplary role models in their communities and have the initative to fulfill their educaitonal goals.

For more information visit or apply at


MENSA Foundation

The Mensa Foundation scholarship program will award scholarships based on an essay competition.  Scholarships range from $1000- $2,000.  Write up to 550 words describing your career or academic goals.

For more information, please log onto


The Ohio Association of Career Colleges and Schools

There are over 220 scholarships available ranging from $2,000 - $44,000.  These scholarships are only available to Ohio high school graduates of the 2015 academic year.  You must have a "C" average and complete the application.

More information can be found at 


Ohio JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship

You will have two (2) categories to choose from:

Category 1 - Academic Based - In the Academic Based first place will receive $1,000 and second place will receive $500. In addition first and second place in Category 1 will be submitted to the US JCI Senate Foundation scholarship program and could be selected as one of the (20) $1,000 scholarship awards that they will be giving this year.

Category 2 - Need Based - In the Need Based there will be three (3) winners selected. The first place, which is the "Morgan Jones Memorial Scholarship" sponsored by the Ohio JCI Senate, is awarded $1,000. Second place is awarded $1,000 and the third place will receive $500.

Be sure to submit in one category and mark which category you wish to have your application judged, by indicating your preference at the top of page 1 of the application.

Applications are available in Student Services.

Click here to download an application.


Ohio Newspapers Foundation Minority Journalism Scholarship

This scholarship is intended for Ohio high school seniors planning to major in a field relevant to our industry, particularly journalism, advertising, marketing, or communications at an Ohio college or university during the 2016-2017 academic year. One $1,500.00 scholarship will be awarded.

Students can visit our recently improved website at All scholarship, internship, and application information can be found by clicking "programs/Foundation/Scholarships/Internships."


The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Richland County

This year the OSU Alumni Club will be awarding 4 scholarships.Two named scholarships - Jeff Molyet 1-year merit scholarships offering 1-full-tuition and one for half-tuition to OSU-Mansfield.  There will be 2-$1,000 scholarships to any OSU campus .  Awards are based SOLEY ON MERIT.

Click here to download an application.


The Ohio State University - Mansfield

OSU offers scholarship dollars based on ACT and class rank.

More information can be found at



$1,000 annual scholarship, may be renewed up to four years (renewal application must be completed). Scholarships are limited to undergraduate students. Minimum Criteria: Must be a US citizen, must have a career goal in the crude oil and natural gas industry, or related energy field. Must be an OHIO resident or a student attending, or planning to attend, an accredited OHIO College, University or Trade School, must maintain a 2.50 GPA or better for renewal. In addition to completing the application form, the following must also be attached: a recommendation from a teacher, employer or other mentor figure (not family) and an essay consisting of no less than 250 words and no more than 500 words, describing personal and career goals, academic achievements, extracurricular activities, awards/recognitions, community service, work history, financial needs, and personal or family influences.

Applications are available in Student Services and are to be returned to OOGEEP.

Click here to download an application.


Parentinn's Scholarship

Cyberbulling Prevention for teens $1000

Applicant must be high school student. Applicant must write an article of 600-1000 words on the topic "Why is it important to stop cyberbullying?" Deadline Feb. 28th.



The PDK Educational Foundation annually award scholarships to prospective educators. The awarding committee of the Ashland Chapter expects the student's GOALS STATEMENT to be at least 100 words.

With this application, please be sure that you submit a complete application consisting of a:

1) Goals statement

2) Reference letter

3) Transcript

Click here to download an application.



2017 Music Scholarship Program will be holding auditions please check website for dates.  This is the third yea two awards being offered.

Applications for each award is available in Student Services

2017 Dr. Thomas H. Croghan Scholarship

2017 J. Frederick Wolf Scholarship


Richland County Cattlemen's Association College Scholarship

 Applicant must be:

 Click here to download an application.

RCCA - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 419-295-2593


Richland County Farm Bureau Scholarship Program

The Richland County Farm Bureau annually offers two $500 scholarships to deserving students that meet at least one of the following criteria:

Please type or print application neatly. Applicants need to attach a transcript from the academic institution they are currently attending and at lease one letter of recommendation from someone other than a relative (example: a teacher, pastor, advisor, employer, etc.).

Applications are available in Student Services.

Click here to download an application.



The RCF is pleased to announce their 2016-2017 scholarship program.


What you need to know:

Applications are available in Student Services or online at Questions please call 419-525-3020.

What you will need to do:

*Complete the application by April 1.  This is NOT a recurring scholarship, you must re-apply each year.

Remember to email your guidance counselor so they will upload a current high school transcript.

Mrs. McPeek: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mrs. Freeman: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



At least one $500 scholarship will be presented annually from funds given in memory of Carl E. Thornton by RCSC.  Current high school seniors, who will be entering first quarter/semester fressmen in the fall of the current year and have been actively involved in the leadership for safety education programs for youth in Richland County are eligible and encouraged to apply.  Please include photo of applicant.  Information is limited to the two pages of the scholarship application.

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Applications are available online at:



Rumpke Waste and Recylcing is pleased to announce their $1,000 (non-renewable) scholarship to a Richland County high school senior who is interested in pursuing a 2 or 4-year degree at an accredited institution after graduation.

Applications are available in Student Services.

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Scholarship program for high school seniors who are applying to our cosmetology or barber program. Accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences and an "Eligible Institution" for participation in Federal Financial Aid programs as designated by the U.S. Department of Education. and scholarship applications can be found on our website under the High School Students tab. Our Admissions office number is 614-252-5252.



This scholarship doesn't require a high 
GPA, but rather focuses on students who are leaders and volunteers in their communities and demonstrate financial need.

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

Click here for the application.



2017 Student-View Scholarship Program is offering $11,000 worth of scholarships to high school seniors who plan to attend a four-year college, community/junior college or career school. The program includes 1- $4,000 scholarship; 2-$1000 scholarships and 10-$500 scholarships.

Simply log onto and complete a 15-20 minute application survey about colleges in your area. The scholarship will be awarded via a random drawing of all completed applications. The scholarship winner will be announced in May, 2017.



Lussier ( Information Technology)  or

Leathers ( Dental Assisting)

Applicants must live in Third Street Family Health Service's area, which is Ashland, Richland,Huron, Knox, Morrow, Holmes or Crawford County. Applications must be enrolled in an accredidted technical school,college or university and must  be enrolled in a course of study and pursuing and undergraduate or graduated that is Information Technology or Dental Assisting. Must reapply annually. Third Street Family Health Services family members are eligible to apply, but not given preference.  Third Street Family Health Services employees and Board members are not eligible to receive the scholarship. Interview may be requested.

Please log on to  for more information.


University of Cincinnati - Dual Admission Program (College of Medicine)

DAP is a non-accelerated BS/MD program.  4 years undergraduate degree followed by four years at UC's College of Medicine.  This is a nationally ranked competitive program.


University of Mount Union Minority Achievement Award

Applicants must be high school seniors and should be admitted to Mount Union.

Tier I: Min class rank of 20% or minimum cum GP A of 3.5/4.0 scale or minimum ACT score of 25 or minimum Sat-I score of 1130 (excludes writing section) Based on the competition results, the University will select five recipients to receive an award of $12,000.00.

Tier II: Minimum cum GPA of 2.5 on 4.0 scale. Based on the competition results, the University may select recipients to receive an award of $5,000.00

QUESTIONS?? 330.823.2590 OR 800.334-6682 OR EMAIL This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  OR



College of Business and Innovation is proud to announce the Kinsey Determination Scholarship for FULL TUITION. 



Ursuline College

Uruline is offering a 3-year BSN program.

Learn more at Disover Nursing Day.


William D. Squires Educational Foundation, Inc.

15 scholarships are being offered to Ohio Seniors this year. Scholarship awards amount is $3,000.00 per year. They are renewable for a total of up to $12,000. Applications will be accepted from 2/1 until 4/6.

REQUIREMENTS: Eligibility is primarily based upon financial. The EFC on your FAFSA SAR must be less than 48,000 to apply. Applicants must al;ready know their career goal. Be highly motivated and have good character. Applicants mus show academic promise; minimum 3.20 Cum GPA.


Wright State University Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (AROTC) program

The National Board Scholarship is a Four-Year Scholarship av ailable for high school students planning on attending a four-year college program. This scholarship includes: Tuition and all required fees: $1200 per year for books (cadets receive $600 per semester, except nursing cadets who receive full amount in the fall semester); a monthly tax-free tiered stipend starting at $300 for freshman that increases each subsequent year with seniors receiving $500 per month during the school year.

To apply, go to: (under Career & Jobs tab click ROTC scholarships / Apply now).

Students may also compete for campus-based scholarships through our office.


*If you need testing accommodations due to a learning disability, please see your counselor in SSC.

Surviving SENIORITIS………Tips for keeping seniors on track

  • Maintain a challenging course load. Urge them to take the most rigorous courses available, including AP courses (for which they can earn credit at many colleges).
  • Enjoy their senior experience—responsibly. Celebrate the last year of school: You may enjoy attending football games; going to the prom; and participating in graduation festivities, clubs, sports, and volunteer work.
  • Commit to an internship or career-focused job, these things may help you make informed decisions about your education and career goals; or try out college early by taking a class at a local college in a subject that interests you or in which you may excel.
  • Keep a calendar of their activities and deadlines(tests, college applications, senior-year events, extracurricular, and so on). Caution DO NOT overextend yourselves.
  • Not obsess over the admissions process to the point that everything else, including grades, suffer. It's all about balance and making the right choices.

Websites that you may find to be helpful: (Free Scholarship Search Service) (College and Scholarship Search) (Free Scholarship Search Service) (Free Scholarship Search Service) (Scholarships) (Official FAFSA website) (National Collegiate Athletic Association) (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)