June Scholarship Opportunities

Navigating through the incredible number of scholarships available can be overwhelming and intimidating--however, it is the mission of the College/Career Center to provide all students at Sylacauga High School with the most accurate scholarship information possible. This site is updated frequently--be sure to bookmark this page!


Important information regarding materials to be included with scholarship applications:

If your scholarship application requires a recommendation letter/nomination/verification from school counselors or school administration, please submit all required documents to Coach Stevens or Mrs. Morris at least one week prior to the deadline.

All requests for official or unofficial transcripts must be made in writing and must be accompanied with associated transcript fee. Official transcript-$3, Unofficial transcript-$1

Doreen McMullan McCarthy Memorial Academic Scholarship for Women with Bleeding Disorders

National Hemophilia Foundation

Target applicant:
High school students
College students
Graduate school students
Adult students

Purpose: To assist women with bleeding disorders in pursuing higher education.

Eligibility: Applicants must be female U.S. residents who have a bleeding disorder that has been diagnosed by a hematologist. Preference is given to those who have participated in community service or volunteer work pertaining to bleeding disorders. The funds may be used to pay for undergraduate or graduate studies.

Amount: $2,500.

Number of awards: 1.

Deadline: June 6.

How to apply: Applications are available online.

Contact Information:

National Hemophilia Foundation
116 W. 32nd Street
11th Floor
New York, NY 10001

Phone: 212-328-3700

Fax: 212-328-3777

Email: ssarode@hemophilia.org