Obtaining an Application

Applications for our 2020 Scholarship Program will be available on our website from late March through early May. Please visit the 2020 Scholarship Program Page for more information. Be sure to find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for all the latest news and updates.


Primary Eligibility Requirements

In order to be eligible for any scholarship, students must be a senior in grade level and maintain a GPA of 2.5 or greater and have 85% or greater in school attendance. All applicants must exemplify good conduct, positive behavior, great moral character, and respect for others.

Community Impact Scholarship

  • Students must attend an accredited institution of higher education on a full‑time basis.
  • Students must maintain a 2.5 grade point average or higher to be considered for a scholarship.
  • Students must have their permanent address located within the tri-county community foundation service area and exceed the 75 hours required Credit toward graduation for service-learning or community service set by the school district and home school.

Each year two students that meet the criteria and eligibility requirements will receive a $500.00 scholarship for their exemplary work and impact in their community.

Academic Scholarship – Each year a $1,500.00 scholarship will be awarded to one student that has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities and achievements in their home, school, and community for use at an accredited institution of higher learning. A 500-word essay is required. The essay will be judged based on the following: quality of character, leadership, community service, life goals & interests, obstacles overcome, and meaningful objectives achieved. Minimum high school GPA of 3.0 is required.

Creative Arts Scholarship – Whether your passion is music, film, literature or the visual arts this scholarship can help to offset financial cost. Artists face the same financial burdens as any other college-bound student. Four students will receive a $500.00 scholarship to make a college education much more accessible.