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For many high school students who plan on attending a two or four-year college or university, finances may be an issue. However, there are many ways to reduce the cost of tuition, fees, books, and housing at those prospectful institutions. The PH Guidance Office receives many scholarships almost every day of the week. This section of the Guidance Department website is a useful tool for both parents, guardians, and students to access scholarship information. Please visit the site frequently, because new scholarships will be added to the tables below.

In addition to the specific scholarships mentioned, the Guidance Department would like to provide the following websites which are great resources for families of students who are college-bound to research different scholarship opportunities. 

For the most up-to-date scholarship information visit: https://sites.google.com/a/ph.k12.in.us/phhsguidance/scholarships               


Collegiate Scholarships
University of Dayton
If you are interested in applying or attending the university of Dayton in Dayton, OH there is a scholarship opportunity available see Mrs. Sutton in the guidance office.
Ivy Tech Community College Scholarships
Chancellor's Scholarship Choice Scholarships Ivy Tech Northeast-Crossroads Distinguished Scholarship
$6000 total ($1500/semester/$3000 academic year) $1000 total ($500/semester) Tuition only Full-tuition; full-time required
  • Renewable for second year
  • 3.2 GPA minimum, AHD or Core 40
  • Intent to earn Associate's Degree
  • Deadline: March 15
  • Top 1/2 of high school graduating class
  • Deadline: March 15
  • Renewable for second year
  • Must seek Associates Degree in area that articulates to IPFW
  • Maintain a 3.2 GPA first year; 3.5 GPA subsequent semesters
  • Deadline: March 15

**For more information, and to download the scholarship applications online, visit: 
http://www.ivytech.edu/admissions. Then, select the Northeast (Fort Wayne) region. Scholarship applications are available to download there, so look for Chancellor's, Choice, and Crossroads. For more specific information on the Crossroads Scholarship and program, visit: http://www.ivytech.edu/northeast/crossroads.**
IUPUI Admission-Based Scholarships for Freshmen
  Indiana Residents Non-Residents Notes
Valedictorian/Salutatorian Award $20,000 ($5000/4 years) $40,000 ($10,000/4 years) Apply by February 1, rank first or sencond in H.S. class, class size must be at least 25 students.
Chancellor's  Recognition Award x $48,000 ($12,000/4 years) Apply by December 1 with 3.75 GPA and 1250 SAT/28 ACT.
Chancellor's Award $32,000 ($8000/4 years) x Apply by December 1 with 3.75 GPA and 1250 SAT/28 ACT.
Dean's Recognition Award x $32,000 ($8000/4 years) Apply by February 1 with 3.5 GPA and 1200 SAT/26 ACT.
Dean of Faculties Award $16,000 ($4000/4 years) x Apply by February 1 with 3.5 GPA and 1200 SAT/26 ACT.
IUPUI Service Award x $20,000 ($5000/4 years) Apply by February 1 with 3.0 GPA and a 1050 on the SAT/23 ACT or higher. Recipients must volunteer for 20 hours of service at IUPUI.
Students admitted to the IUPUI Honors college can apply for the following scholarships: Bepko Scholars and Fellows Program, Adam W. Herbert Presidential Scholars Program, and the Plater International Scholars program.
          Scholarship application found online at honorscollege.iupui.edu Deadline to apply November 15, 2013 
Indiana University, Bloomington
Automatic Scholarships
Students who submit all applcation materials for admission by the November 1st deadline are automatically considered for Automatic Academic Scholarships, with the exception of those applying to the Jacobs School of Music*.

Indiana Resident Criteria

IU Excellence Scholarship - $36,000 ($9000/year) Awarded to Indiana residents who have a minimum SAT score of 1350 or ACT score of 31 and a GPA of 3.8 on a 4.0 scale.
IU Prestige Scholarship - $12,000 ($3000/year) Awarded to Indiana residents who have a minimum SAT score of 1250 or ACT score of 28 and a GPA of 3.7 on a 4.0 scale.

Non-resident Criteria

IU Distinction Scholarship - $44,000 ($11,000/year) Awarded to out-of-state students, both domestic and international with a minimum SAT score of 1350 or ACT score of 31 and a minimum GPA of 3.8 on a 4.0 scale.
IU Prestige Scholarship - $20,000 ($5000/year) Awarded to out-of-state students, both domestic and international with a minimum SAT score of 1250 or ACT score of 28 and a minimum GPA of 3.7 on a 4.0 scale.

*Jacobs School of Music applicants, including those applying to the Department of Ballet will be considered for scholarships based on a combination of academic achievement and talent as demonstrated through auditions and/or interviews instead of Automatic Academic Scholarships.
Indiana Universtiy 
Bloomington 
21st Century Scholarship Covenant.
If you are a 21st Century Scholar and are planning to attend IU Bloomington see Mrs. Sutton. 
Indiana University, Bloomington Selective Scholarships All students, regardless of major, who submit a complete application for admission by November 1st are considered for Select Scholarship eligibility. Students who meet initial eligibility criteria will be invited to complete the online Selective Scholarship Application (SSA). Notification of a student's SSA eligibility to apply will be offered via email and in the admission packet, and the online SSA (including required letters of recommendation) must be submitted by the specified date on the application for further consideration.

All scholarships can be found at
http://scholarships.indiana.edu/scholarships/.

Hudson & Holland Scholars Program The mission of the Program is to recruit and graduate students from underrepresented populations (African American, Hispanic or Latino, and Native American). Primary consideration is given to underrepresented populations, but other applicants are considered. Applicants must be strong academically, have strong SAT or ACT scores, and have a commitment to serving their community.

This is an annual scholarship worth $6000/year.
Hutton Honors College Scholarships Exceptional and highly motivated incoming freshman students who meet the Hutton Honors College's automatic invitation eligibility criteria may also apply for the Hutton Honors College Scholarship. Students must maintain a 3.4 GPA, complete a minimum of three, graded honors courses during the first two years, and attend at least one approved cultural/educational event each year.

Priority will be given to those who apply to IU by November 1st and those who complete the SSA (including letters of recommendation) by December 1st.

This is an annual scholarship worth $2000-$3000/year.
Cox Research Scholars Program The Cox Research Scholars Program is awarded to incoming Indiana resident freshman students who are interested in working under the direction of faculty mentor on research and scholarly activities. Students achievement must exemplary, with minimum SAT (critical reading and math) score of 1350 or ACT score of 31. Students interested must be in the top 5% of their graduating class. It is not expected for potential students to have any prior research experience.

This is an annual scholarship worth $63,000 and is good for four academic years (summers are not included), or until the student graduates from Indiana University, whichever comes first.
Kelley Scholars Program  This scholarship program works in conjunction with a student's Automatic Academic Scholarship, including tuition and fees, a stipend intended to cover room/board and books, and an overseas study opportunity to approximately 10 freshman students. Students must be admitted to IU by November 1st, offered direct admission to the Kelley School of Business, and have a minimum ACT score of 32 or SAT score of 1350 (critical reading and math), along with a 3.8 GPA.
The College of Arts and Sciences A small number of outstanding incoming freshmen students are chosen for this competitive scholarship program by way of academic achievements, quality of admissions essays, formative experiences, commitment to areas of study within the College of Arts and Sciences, and other evidence of scholarly promise. Those who fit the criteria are offered direct admission, which will allot students the chance to bypass the College's standard entrance requirements and to declare a major at the beginning of their freshman year.

Competitive applicants must have a minimum SAT score of 1350 (critical reading and math) or an ACT score of 31 (composite) in addition to a minimum GPA of 3.8 on a 4.0 scale or a rank within the top 10% of their graduating class.
The School of Education Direct Admit Scholars The School of Education Direct Admit Scholars program offers direct admission to a small number of highly qualified incoming freshmen who demonstrate a strong academic background and a sincere commitment to teaching. The Direct Admit Scholars committee will review the completed applications and invite a group of students to join the program. Selection is competitive. The Scholars are chosen on the basis of academic merit, quality of application, commitment to teaching, intended teaching area, and/or other relevant factors. Those who complete the SSA and are invited to join the Direct Admit Scholars program are automatically considered for School of Education scholarships.
The School of Informatics and Computing Scholarship Program Students are chosen to this program by way of competitive high school grades, strong SAT or ACT scores, class rank, and demonstrated leadership skills. Interested applicants should indicate an intended major in one of the School's degree tracks of Informatics or Computer Science. Award amounts vary from $500-$5000/year with many being renewable for additional years by maintaining good academic standing.
The School of Journalism  The School of Journalism uses the SSA to consider students for four programs:
  • The Honors Program
  • The Media Scholars Program
  • Direct Admission to the School of Journalism
  • Freshman Scholarship
For all of the above programs, incoming freshman must have a minimum SAT score of 1270 (critical reading and math) or an ACT score of 29+, a GPA of 3.8 on a 4.0 scale, and be ranked in the top 10% of their class.
The School of Public and Environmental Affairs  The School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) proudly offers the SPEA Direct Admission Scholarship. The SPEA Direct Admission Scholarship is a $5000 award per academic year, disbursing as a $2500 award for each fall and spring spemester at IU. Only students who complete the SSA are eligible for this offer.

Indiana University Bloomington, National Scholar Program Scholarships Indiana University offers scholarships in recognition of student success in a variety of national scholar programs. IU will be notified of students recognized by these programs in late spring of their senior year. The following scholarships are renewable for four years of study at IU by maintaining a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.

All scholarships can be found at
http://scholarships.indiana.edu/scholarships/.

IU National Merit Scholarship - $4000 ($1000/year) IU awards this scholarship to all National Merit Finalists who indicate IU as their first choice through the National Merit Scholarship Program.
IU National Achievement Scholarship - $4000 ($1000/year) IU awards this scholarship to all National Achievement Finalists through the National Achievement Scholarship Program.
IU National Hispanic Scholarship - $4000 ($1000/year) IU awards this scholarship to all students recognized through the National Hispanic Recognition Program.
Indiana University Bloomington, Nomination Scholarships Nomination Scholarships are based on a nomination process either to receive the award, or to be eligible to apply.

All scholarships can be found at
http://scholarships.indiana.edu/scholarships/.

Adam W. Herbert Presidential Scholars Program The Adam W. Herbert Presidential Scholars Program recognizes a select number of Indiana resident students who are the top achievers of the incoming freshman class. The award includes a renewable scholarship for four years (8 semesters), a laptop computer, and funding for study abroad. Recipients are chosen by a committee representing the Office of the President. Preference is given to those who apply to IU by November 1st.
Wells Scholars Program The Wells Scholars Program awards scholarships that provide full tuition, academic fees, a living-expenses stipend, a summer experience grant, and support for overseas study to 18-22 freshmen who have shown exceptional academic accomplishments and promise, fine character and leadership, significant involvement in extracurricular activities, concern for their communities, and interest in the larger world. Student must receive a nomination from his or her guidance counselor/principal and one academic teacher. Students do not have to have applied to IU to be nominated to this program.
Purdue University Freshman Scholarships To maximize consideration for Purdue scholarships, the admission application and all required supporting materals should be received by November 15th.

Trustees Scholarship:
Indiana residents - $10,000/year,
Out-of-state residents - $12,000 to $16,000/year
Eligible students must demonstrate excellent academic achievement, experience in leadership, service, and/or school or community activity. This scholarship is renewable with a Purdue GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Presidential Scholarship:
Indiana residents - $4000 to $8000/year, Out-of-state residents - $6000 to $10,000/year
Eligible students must demonstrate excellent academic achievement, experience in leadership, service, and/or school or community activity. This scholarship is renewable with a Purdue GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Marquis Scholarship:
Indiana residents only - $2000/year
Eligible students must have a family income (student and parent) between $40,000 and $100,000/year, academic achievement, demonstrated experience in leadership, service, and/or school community activity. The FAFSA must be submitted by March 1, 2013. This scholarship is renewable with a Purdue GPA 2.65 on a 4.0 scale.
Purdue Promise:
Twenty-first Century Scholars only
Income-eligible Twenty-first Century Scholars with a family income of $40,000 or less are eligible to receive this award. The FAFSA must be submitted by March 1, 2013. This program is renewable with continued good academic standing and participation in Purdue Promise support programs.
Trine University/Prairie Heights High School Tuition Scholarship Prairie Heights High School students who plan apply, and plan to enroll at Trine, as a full-time student for the fall semester of 2013 are eligible for this award. The Trine/Prairie Heights High School Tuition Scholarship is valued at $16,000/year ($64,000 for four years), and may only be applied towards tuition only. This award will only replace any Trine scholarship offer that is of lesser value. In order to be eligible, students must have a minimum GPA of 3.25, minimum SAT score of 1070 (critical reading and math) or ACT score of 23, and rank in the top half of their graduating class. Students must also display good citizenship and financial need.
Trine University Scholarship and Honors Program Trine University has many scholarship offers for students planning to enroll into the university.

Competitive Scholarship Program Two competitive, $19,500 renewable tuition scholarships ($78,000 over four years) are available to each of the following schools: The Allen School of Engineering & Technology, Ketner School of Business, Franks School of Education, and Jannen School of Arts & Sciences.
Trustee Tuition Scholarships Forty, $16,500 renewable Trustee Tuition Scholarships ($66,000 over four years) may be awarded to any student. In order to be eligible a student must apply and be officially accepted to Trine University, possess a minimum GPA of 3.8 on a 4.0 scale, have a minimum SAT score of 1260 (critical reading and math) or ACT score of 28 (composite), be ranked in the top ten percent of their high school graduating class, and receive an official invitation from Trine University to compete at one of two Scholarship Days in January or February.
Scholarship Day Program By invitation only, students will be invited in January or February to compete for scholarships. An essay, combined with faculty interview and academic record, will be the basis on which the competitive scholarships are awarded. In addition, candidates and their familes will tour campus, enjoy lunch and meet with faculty and current students.
Bateman Kolb Full-Tuition Scholarship Program The student deemed the distinguished scholar from Trine scholarship days will earn this full-ride scholarship and a four-year funded internship with Trine University's president or a cabinet member. In order to be eligible for this scholarship this student must apply and be officially accepted to Trine, possess a minimum GPA of 3.8 on a 4.0 scale, minimum SAT score of 1260 (critical reading or math) or ACT score of 28 (composite), be ranked in the top ten percent of their graduating class, and receive an official invite from Trine to compete at one of two Scholarship Days in January or February.
Honors Program Students who meet the qualifications and receive a Trine competitive scholarship will be granted automatic admission into the program. Students who meet the criteria but do not receive a competitive scholarship will be admitted as space allows.
Valedictorian/Salutatorian Scholarship Program These $2500 scholarships ($10,000 over four years) are awarded to our most qualified students and may be "stacked" with Trine academic merit scholarships. Candidates will be limited to the two highest-valued, stackable awards, not to exceed tuition. In order to be eligible, students must apply to Trine and be accepted, have a minimum GPA of 3.75 on a 4.0 scale, and possess a minimum SAT score of 1070 (critical reading and math) or ACT score of 23 (composite).
Chapman Scholars Program
IPFW
The Chapman Scholars Program offers high-achieving students the opportunity to pursue an excellent education at IPFW through an exciting blend of challenging coursework, experiential learning, leadership development, and civic engagement. Students selected as Chapman Scholars will be awarded full cost of attendance at IPFW for four years, including tuition, fees, room, board, and textbooks. 

To be considered for the Chapman Scholars program you need to apply to IPFW by December 15 and meet the following requirements:
 - Be a graduating high school student in 2014
 - Participate in the Summit Scholars Competition (invitation upon admission)
 - Academic Honors or Core 40 Diploma
 - SAT score of 1950 or ACT score of 29 and class rank in the top 5% OR
 - SAT score of 2100 or ACT score of 32 without consideration of class rank
 

For more information about the Chapman Scholars Program, visit: ipfw.edu/summit
 Doermer Distinguished Scholar
IPFW
 To be considered for the Doermer Distinguished Scholar you must apply to IPFW by December 15 and
 - Be a graduating high school student in 2014
 -  Participate in Summit Scholars Competition (invitation upon admission)
 - Academic Honors or Core 40 Diploma
 - SAT score of 1950 or ACT score of 29 and class rank in the top 5% OR
 - SAT score of 2100 or ACT score of 32 without consideration of classrank
 - Submit a FAFSA and show financial need or have an extenuating circumstance
Bethel College Scholarships Application priority dates for Bethel College are December 1st and March 1st. Bethel's financial aid priority date is March 1st.

Academic
Scholarships
Students who apply for admission by March 1st are eligible for these awards. Awards range from $3000 to $5500/year.
Trustee Scholarships Students who apply for admission by December 1st are eliglbe for these awards, which are based on academic and personal record of accomplishment. Awards range from $6000 to $12,000/year.
Rev. Billy Kirk Leadership Awards Eligible students must apply by March 1st, have good academic and personal standing, and be of African-American, Asian-American, Latino or Native-American decent. Award amounts range from $8000 to $10,000/year.
Twenty-first Century Scholars Annual awards up to $4000 based on need in addition to the state's Twenty-first Century Scholars grant.
Art, Music, and Theater Awards Eligible students must have a portfolio review scheduled by March 1st to be assure consideration. Amounts of awards are based on talent.
Family Grants When two or more family members enroll full-time in the same term, they are eligible to receive $1000/year.
Church Matching Scholarships Bethel College will match, dollar-for-dollar, any monetary amount a student's church awards, up to $1000 for on-campus students. Up to $250 for off-campus students.
Christian Workers Grants Dependent children of pastors or missionaries from other denominations are eligible to receive awards of up to $2000/year.
Missionary Church Scholarships Students active in the fellowship of a Missionary Church are eligible for up to $2000 awards for on-campus students, and $600 for off-campus students.
Gongaware Scholarship Program
Indiana State University
The Gongaware Scholarship is one of the most prestigious financial awards on the Indiana State University campus. Since 1999, The Gongaware Center for Insurance and Financial Services has provided access to top internships and jobs and prepares scholars to become successful leaders in the financial services industry. Scholars who participate in this program are awarded full in-state tuition, a wireless lap-top computer, and a $3000 professional development account (may be used for study abroad or other leadership purposes). Eligible students must exhibit leadership experience and potential, earn a minimum 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale, achieve a ranking in the top ten percent of their high school graduating class, and have an SAT score of 1500 out of 2400. 
Networks Financial Institute
 
Networks Scholars
Program

Indiana State University
The Networks Financial Institute Networks Scholars Program is a 4-year, full-tuition scholarship valued over at $32,000. This program benefits students with a $3000 professional development account, international travel and professional conferences, corporate industry visits, professional resume review, interview preparation, career and educational planning, corporate and faculty mentors, access to internships, laptop computer, and student-led leadership opportunities.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College If you are interested in applying for Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, the Saint Mother Theodore Guerin Scholarship Program will be offering scholarships several scholarships this year. Saint Mother Theodore Guerin Scholars are bright and capable young women who stand out among their peers. Their commitment to service and leadership mirror that of the founder Saint Mother Theodore Guerin. To be considered for this program  and requirements for applying students need to complete an online application at www.smwc.edu/smtg    Deadline: December 31, 2014
 
LaGrange County Community Foundation Scholarships
** New 2013-2014 Scholarship information is available from LaGrange Community Foundation.**

LaGrange County Community Foundation Scholarships are available in Guidance or on the website,
http://www.lccf.net.
LCCF Scholarships are due to Prairie Heights High School Guidance Office for review on February 14, 2014 -or- to the LCCF on February 21, 2014.
Stan Anderson Memorial Golf Scholarship
  1. Must submit application by deadline.
  2. Must be graduating senior from Prairie Heights High School - male or female.
  3. Must be planning to enroll in an accredited two or four-year college, university or vocational/technical school.
  4. Must have played golf in the Prairie Heights Program for a minimum of two year.             
Melvin and Marjorie Bricker Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a senior from a LaGrange County school.
  2. Must be a LaGrange County resident.
  3. Plan to enroll in a 2-4 year college/university.
  4. Must have served in a leadership position as an elected officer for at least one year and in at least one LaGrange Community Service Program.
Alice M. Carney Leroque Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a LaGrange County resident.
  2. Must be a graduating senior from a LaGrange County school.
  3. Must enroll in a 2-4 year college/university.
Olive B. Cole Foundation Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from a LaGrange County school.
  2. Must be a resident of LaGrange County.
  3. Must rank in the top 50% of graduating class.
  4. Must enroll full-time in a 2-4 year college/university.
Amanda Lou Crotts Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from Prairie Heights High School.
  2. Must have participated in choir, band or music classes for a minimum of two years.
  3. Must be accepted at a 2-4 year college/university pursuing a career in music and/or teaching.
Culp Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from a LaGrange County school
  2. Must be a LaGrange County resident
  3. Plan to enroll in a 2-4 year college/university
  4. Must have participated in a professional health care training program as documented on transcript.
  5. Must have a GPA of at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
  6. Gross family income may not exceed 2012-2013 qualifying limits set for free and reduced lunches ($42,643 for a four-person household).
Ellsworth Fanning Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from the Edd's Supply Service Area.
  2. Must enroll in college/university or trade school to pursue an education in agriculture or an agricultural-related field of study including veterinary medicine.
Girl Scouts of LaGrange Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of LaGrange County.
  2. Must be a graduating senior from a LaGrange County School.
  3. Must enroll full-time in a 2-4 year college/university or trade school.
  4. Must include with application a signed letter from the Girl Scout Association or Service Unit manager confirming that applicant:
    1. Has been a registered Girl Scout for a minimum of 6 years during grades 7-12.
    2. Has participated in a minimum of five association or troop activities each year during grades 7-12
  5. Essay required.
Virgil L. and Florence E. Hardin Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of LaGrange County.
  2. Must be a graduating high school senior.
  3. Must have experience and/or internship in the health care field.
  4. Enroll full-time in a 2-4 year college/university or trade school in the health field.
  5. Must be pursuing a career in the health care field.
H.O.P.E. - Healthcare Opportunity Professional Excellence Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of LaGrange County.
  2. Must be a graduating senior.
  3. Enroll full-time in a 2-4 year college/university.
  4. Must be pursuing a career in nursing.
  5. Must have experience in the health care field.
LaGrange County Lakes Council Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of LaGrange County.
  2. Must be a graduating senior.
  3. Enroll full-time in a 2-4 year college/university.
  4. Must be pursuing a major or minor in a field related to resource conservation or environment education.
L.I.F.E. - LaGrange Independent Foundation for Endowments Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from Lakeland, Prairie Heights, Westview or Howe Military High Schools, male or female.
  2. Must have attended a qualifying school for the last two years.
  3. Must be involved in positive community service.
  4. Enroll in a technical/trade school or 2-4 college/university in any field.
J.O. Mory Company Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from Lakeland, Prairie Heights, or Westview High Schools.
  2. Must have particpated in the vocational Construction Trades and or CAD curriculum offered through one or more of the LaGrange County School Systems.
  3. Enroll in 2-4 year college/university or trade school in the construction trades area.
  4. Pursue a career in the construction trades area.
Mory Family Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from Lakeland, Prairie Heights or Westview High Schools.
  2. Must have participated in teh vocational Building Trades curriculum offered through one or more of the LaGrange County School Systems.
  3. Enroll in a trade school in teh Mechanical and/or Electrical area.
Craig D. and Ronda S. Neff Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from a LaGrange County High School, attending that school for at least two years.
  2. Enroll in a 2-4 year college/university technical/vocational school.
  3. Must be a resident of LaGrange County.
Perkins Family Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from Prairie Heights High School.
  2. Enroll in a 2/4 year college/university, technical/vocational school.
  3. GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
  4. Gross family income may not exceed 2010-2011 qualifying limits set for free and reduced lunches ($26,955 for a two-person household. Add $6919 for each additional person in your household)
  5. Participants in the Twenty-first Century Scholars Program may not apply.
Holly Peterson Memorial Science Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from a LaGrange County High School.
  2. Must graduate in the upper 33.3% of class based on GPA.
  3. Must have completed advanced science courses in high school.
  4. Enroll in a four-year college/university in some area of science.
Prairie Heights Band Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from Prairie Heights High School.
  2. Must have been enrolled in band for a minimum of three years of high school, must be recorded on the applicant's official school transcript.
  3. Enroll in a four-year college/university.
Schlemmer Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from a LaGrange County High School.
  2. Enroll full-time in a 2-4 year college/university or trade school.
Ned H. Stump Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from a LaGrange County high school.
  2. Must be a resident of LaGrange or Steuben Counties.
  3. Enroll full-time in a 2-4 year college/university or trade school.
  4. GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Joseph J. Willard Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from a LaGrange County High School.
  2. Must be a LaGrange County Resident.
  3. Must be accepted by a nationally and regionally accredited school of engineering in a four-year college/university full-time.
George O. Witwer News-Sun Journalism Scholarship
  1. Must be a graduating senior from a LaGrange County High School.
  2. Must be a resident of LaGrange County.
  3. Must have journalism related activities and/or honors.
  4. Must plan full-time enrollment in a four-year college/university.
  5. Must be pursuing a journalism career in a media field.
LaGrange Lilly Scholarship is available in the Guidance Office or online at http://www.lccf.net

Due to Guidance for Review: January 10, 2014  -or- 
Due to LCFF: January 17, 2014


Steuben County Community Foundation Scholarships
SCCF Scholarships are now available on the website. All applications are for Steuben County are now completed online. SCCF scholarships are due to SCCF on February 15, 2014. 

A description of the Steuben County Community Foundation Scholarships are available in the Guidance Office or online at
http://www.steubenfoundation.org. You must complete all applications online. If you would like to guidance office to review your online scholarship see us by January 31, 2014.  Lilly scholarships are due to SCCF by January 6, 2014, if you would like the guidance office to review these scholarship see us by December 17, 2013.
Ellen Eberhardt Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Entering a 4-year college/university
  3. Major in Environmental Education, Biology, or Earth Science
  4. Also considered Elementary Education
FOURever Friends 2011 Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. May attend college in any state, GPA of 2.5 or better
  3. Financial need and volunteerism and extra-curricular activities will be considered
Helen R. Greenamyer Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Nursing major
  3. May reapply with a 3.0 GPA
H. Pauline Hand Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Enrolled full-time
  3. Any major
The Michael David Holcomb, II
Memorial IT Scholarship
  1. Student does not have to be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Student must attend a college or university full- or part-time, can be out of state
  3. Must pursue a degree in Information Technology
  4. Must have a 3.2 GPA or better
Dale Hughes Jr. Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Any major
  3. Preference given to agricultural education
Leon Huss 4-H Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Current 4-H member with a minimum of 4 years as a member
  3. Any major
Indiana University Oaken Bucket Scholarship Scholarship Must be pursuing a 2 to 4 year degree at any Indiana University campus
Gene E. Kalb Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Enrolled in an Indiana college/university
John W. Kelley Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Pursuing Law Enforcement
  3. Preference to children of active duty Stueben County Sheriff's Department employees, or other law enforcement agencies
Mandel and Lauretta Abrahamer Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Major in Nursing or health-related field
  3. 3.0 GPA or higher
Mary Jane Kruse Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Major in English
  3. Must attend an accredited institution of higher education, scholarsihp may be used for tuition only
Purdue University Oaken Bucket Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Must be pursuing a 2 to 4 year degree at any Purdue University campus
Snyder Ivy Tech State College Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Enrolled in a 2 to 4 year program
  3. Attending Ivy Tech State Colllege full/part-time
Spirit of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Preference will be given to students from Fremont High School
  3. Preference will be given to students who attend Trine University
  4. Must have verification of experience in innovation or entrepreneurship
Gene Wenzel Memorial Scholarship
  1. Must be a resident of Steuben County
  2. Must be attending a non-private college/university in Indiana
  3. 2.0 GPA or higher 
Prairie Heights High School Graduate (Regardless of County of Residence) Available to All Four High Schools: Fremont High School, Angola High School, Hamilton High School, and Prairie Heights High School 
Verna Curry Boyer Scholarship
  1. All four high schools
  2. Major in teaching
  3. 3.0 GPA
  4. Financial Need
Paul and Inger Friend 4-H Scholarship
  1. All four high schools
  2. Open major/with preference to those pursuing a major in Agriculture at Purdue
  3. 7 years experience in Stueben County 4-H
  4. Enrolled in a two to four-year college/university
Don and Eileen Fulton Nursing Scholarship
  1. All four high schools
  2. Major in Nursing
  3. Attending an Indiana college/university
Audry Macrae Greiser Music Scholarship
  1. All four high schools
  2. Must be pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Vocal Music at an accredited college/university
  3. If no applicant is enrolled in a vocal music curriculum, then other areas of music will be considered
The M.G. "Doc" Headley Scholarship
  1. All four high schools
  2. Agricultural or veterinarian program
  3. Enrolled in a college/university or trade school
The Don Henderson II Memorial Scholarship
  1. Major/open
  2. Must be a graduating senior from Prairie Heights High School
  3. Steuben County Resident
  4. Minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher
Giles F. and Rose A. Heroy Scholarship for Teaching
  1. All four high schools
  2. Teaching/education/library science
  3. Graduating senior
  4. Steuben County Resident
  5. Preference to Angola Wire Products employee children/resident or not
  6. Renewable up to four years
Lakeland Marine Retailers Association Scholarship
  1. Graduating Senior
  2. Major in Marine Technology
Lake James Sports Club Scholarship
  1. Graduating Senior
  2. Majorin Environmental Science or Studies
"Life's A Stage" Drama Scholarship in Memory of Michelle Grabill Everidge
  1. Prairie Heights Graduating Senior
  2. Pursuing a Bachelor's Degree
  3. Been active in Drama or Theater Arts
N.I.S.W.M.D. "Pete" Grenn Scholarship
  1. Graduating senior
  2. Pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in the area of Environmental Science at Trine University
Prairie Heights Building Trades Scholarship
  1. Prairie Heights High School
  2. Must be enrolled in a high school Building Trades curriculum
  3. Must attend a two to four-year accredited vocational or academic program
  4. Must complete 1st college semester satisfactority and be enrolled for the 2nd semester
Doris and Kermit Rensch 4-H Scholarship
  1. All four high schools
  2. Attending a two to four-year college/university in INdiana
  3. Must be enrolled in a 4-H program in the spring of the year awarded
  4. Must have completed seven years in 4-H
Gerald J. and Waunetta B. Seagly Scholarship
  1. Prairie Heights High School senior
  2. Major/Open
  3. Upper third ranking of senior class, pursuing a Bachelor's Degree, enrolled as a full-time college student
Glenn, Vera, and Estel Sewell Memorial Nursing Scholarship
  1. All four high schools
  2. Nursing major
Steven "Chad" Shively Memorial Scholarship
  1. All four high schools
  2. Five years participation in 4-H, enorlled in 4-H in the spring of the year awarded
  3. Sprecial consideration to students with interest in livestock
  4. Enrolled in certified or degreed program
Darrell Ray Simons Memorial Scholarship
  1. All four high schools
  2. Accepted an an Indiana college/university
  3. Secondary math/middle school math education
 
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