Looking for scholarships? Click on the link below to see a full list of local scholarships:
Scholarship Applications (click the link above for a full list of scholarships):
Aplha Delta Kappa Gamma - Future Educator Scholarship
A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a deserving senior from Waynesboro or Augusta County who is going to college with a goal of entering a field of eduation. Applications must be submitted to the WMHS Guidance Office by April 23, 2021.
Booker T. Washington Alumni Scholarship
The alumni association will award a $4 000 scholarship ($500 per semester for four years) to a local graduate. The student must be in the process of graduating, give evidence of being effectively motivated towards college training, and plan to complete the prescribed course. Please include a 200 word personal statement of yourself and your goals (this is not listed on the application form, but is on the cover sheet, so don't forget it!). Due April 23, 2021.
Virginia EL Supervisor's Association (VESA) Scholarship
This is a scholarship for English Learners who are planning to continue their studies after high school at an institute of higher learning. Student must have been enrolled in an EL program for at least one year in grades 6-12 in a VA public school. Student must be a senior with financial need. Due April 30th.
Thursday Morning Music Club Scholarship Competition
The competition is open to any college-bound high school senior in Staunton, Waynesboro, or Augusta County. Applicants must be intending to continue participating in music in college. We do not require that they be planning on a music major, but they do need to be planning to continue music participation in college in some way (such as minoring in music, and/or playing or singing in an ensemble). The judges may award up to $2,000. All applications must be received by May 17th at 11:59pm.
Students should submit all aplication materials through this Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1NNPIT5RPgojXqWyesc-4pDXAA5LeahQwlkQiov0ofcs/edit
TMMC Competition Guidelines (read this before filling out Google Form above)
Emergency Educational Grants for Easing Financial Difficulties Aid:
Provides for college financial assistance to children of deceased or totally disabled Elks in the form of renewable, one year grants ranging up to $4,000. Students must demonstrate financial need to qualify for aid. This grant is for educational assistance and not intended to cover the entire cost of a college education. Applications available until October 31st. An application can be obtained by either calling 773-755-4732 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org