Local Scholarships Class of 2022

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Edgar H. Kilbourne Scholarship

Description

An applicant must be a current graduating senior from an Allen county high school. The applicant must be in the top 50% of graduating high school class and demonstrate some financial need. Student must show leadership and a strong moral character and must be affiliated with a church or religious organization. Can be renewable for up to four years. Application is only available at www.csascholars.org/kilbourne. You must complete the online application AND submit supporting documents through the mail by

Description

An applicant must be a current graduating senior from Leo, New Haven or Woodlan. The applicant must be in the top 50% of graduating high school class and demonstrate some financial need as well as character traits of perseverance and diligence in their school careers. Can be renewable for up to five years. Application is only available at www.csascholars.org/starbright. You must complete the online application AND submit supporting documents through the mail by February 18, 2021.

Bill and Todd Fritcha Memorial Scholarship

Description

Established by the New Haven Community Foundation in memory of Bill and Todd Fritcha. Students must be enrolled at New Haven High School and on track to graduate in May, have a good attendance record, good grades and a good attitude. Students must be pursuing a degree from a college/university or an apprenticeship program with a focus on construction trade.

New Haven Community Foundation Arts Scholarship

Description

Student must have participated in at least one area of the following of interest in a formal setting, either through classes or activities in which they received professional instruction or coaching:


  • Visual Arts (including painting, graphic design, filmmaking, photography, sculpting, etc.)
  • Literary Arts (including fiction, drama, poetry, prose, etc.)
  • Culinary Arts (including cooking, chocolate making, etc.)

New Haven High School Scholarship

Descrtiption

Any NHHS student may apply. Scholarship is awarded based on GPA, SAT/ACT scores, school activities, leadership, community service, essays, and recommendation letters. Common application is available through the guidance department.

Dolby, Grover, Habecker Scholarship

Description

This scholarship was established by the class of ’90 for three members of their graduating class who died tragically before their time. Any NHHS student may apply. Scholarship is awarded based on GPA, SAT/ACT scores, school activities, leadership, community service, essays, and recommendation letters. Scholarship committee is looking for the average but involved student. Common application is available through the guidance department

Bill Kerbel Athletic Scholarship

Description

This fund was established in 2017 by Kathy Kerbel in honor of her late husband and former Athletic Director of New Haven High School, Bill Kerbel. The fund was created to provide scholarships to individuals who are seniors at New Haven High School and who have been athletes all four years of studies. This one-time scholarship must be applied to tuition, required instructional fees or books and equipment for a four- year degree. Application is available in the guidance office.

Lion's Club Scholarship

Description

Any NHHS student may apply. Scholarship is awarded based on GPA, SAT/ACT scores, school activities, leadership, community service, essays, and recommendation letters. Common application is available through the guidance department.

Application for 2021 NHHS Scholarships

You only need to fill out one application for New Haven High School, Bill Kerbel Athletic, Lion's Club, and Dolby Grover Habecker Scholarship.

Description

The Questa Loan Program is a forgivable, low-interest loan available for moderate to middle income individuals and families that assists in filling the financial gap for education. Questa Scholars may borrow up to $20,000 for college over four years ($5,000 per year; $2,500 per semester). Questa’s 50% forgiveness is dependent upon completion of the degree as well as continuing to live and work in one of the 11 counties of Northeast Indiana. More information is available in the guidance office.

Dr. Mamie Q. Brown Scholarship

Description

Scholarship is for education majors attending their first or second year of higher education. Complete the scholarship application form by typing your information onto the application, your signature should be the only handwriting on your application. See below for the application.