Up to $2,500 for a graduate from West Forsyth High School from the class of 2021 or earlier. The applicant must have demonstrated financial need and a commitment to pursue a credential for advancement in a chosen career.
Up to $1,000 for a 2022 graduating senior from Starmount High School. Applicants must have demonstrated financial need, plan to pursue a full-time undergraduate degree from an accredited post-secondary institution, and have achieved a cumulative unweighted GPA of at least 3.0 through the 1st semester of the 12th grade. The applicant's financial need and merit will be equally weighted.
Up to a total of $16,000, given as four annual installments of $4,000, for a 2022 graduate of West Forsyth High School. The applicant must be a student-athlete who has demonstrated good character, hard work, leadership, and the ability to overcome challenges while a leader on the field of play, in the classroom and the community.
Up to $1,000 for a 2022 graduating senior from Forbush High School seeking a degree or certificate related to a career in electronics, welding or construction; the student may be enrolled either full-time or part-time and demonstrate good character and ambition.
Up to $2,000 for a student who graduated from high school before 2022 who is a resident of Forsyth County. Applicants must be either working towrds completing an academic or vocational program, with preference given to students planning to or currently attending Winston-Salem State University.
Two awards will be given in the Salem Glen College Assistance Program, which aims to help adults return to school to improve their options for a higher-earning career. The program awards scholarships of up to $2,500 towards a two-year degree or certification program from Forsyth Tech or Davidson-Davie Community College. Also, it provides a mentor, a volunteer from the Salem Glen neighborhood, to scholarship recipients to help the student navigate their education and career path. The awards are given in honor of two people this year: Richard Bunker and Jerome (Fritz) Burkel.
Up to $1,500 for a 2022 graduate of West Forsyth High School who has actively participated in one or more music programs at WFHS. Applicants must show a dedication to the program through practice and performances — within the school and external to the school, as well as good character in their relationships and student life. The scholarship may be used for any post-secondary program and is not limited to programs in music or the arts.
Up to $2,500 for two high school graduates who are residents of Forsyth County and seeking a degree or credential in the healthcare field. Both graduating seniors or adult students may apply.
Up to $2,000 for a student who graduated from high school before 2021 who is resident of Yadkin County attending or planning to attend Surry Community College - Yadkin Center, full-time or part-time, to complete a credential-producing program leading to an in-demand occupation.
Up to $2,500 for a 2022 graduate of West Forsyth, Reagan, or North Davidson High School. Applicants must plan to attend a 2-year or 4-year program of study leading to a degree or certification in any trade, technical, or vocational field with a clear career pathway. The recipient will also be paired with a mentor from the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce.
Up to $1,500 for a junior or senior from West Forsyth High School who is enrolled in the NC Career & College Promise Program, with a minimum 3.0 GPA both in high school classes and CCP classes and enrolled in a specified Program of Study - certificate program, AA or AS Degree, or courses for 2-year transfer to a 4-year college; this scholarship pays for other costs not covered (such as class kits, tools, uniform, and other expenses related to college courses).
Up to $2,500 for a 2022 graduate of West Forsyth High School. Applicants must be an active member of the Interact Club of the Clemmons Rotary Club and/or the Finance Academy at WFHS; the student must also show academic integrity, dedication to others, and leadership skills.
The Shore Scholars program offers rising Juniors and Seniors at Starmount and Forbush High Schools financial assistance as well as a supportive peer group and a personal mentor to provide encouragement, guidance and other assistance toward the recipient’s career and life goals.
Up to $5,000 annually for a high school graduate who attended Cook Elementary School in Winston-Salem for at least 3 years. Applicants must plan to attend or already be enrolled at Forsyth Tech or Winston-Salem State University.
Up to $2,000 for two students who are 2022 graduates from Reagan High School. Applicant must be an active student-athlete who plans to attend an accredited four-year college or university to pursue a degree which leads to a career in teaching or the medical field. Financial need is not a requirement.
Up to $2,500 for a 2022 graduating senior from West Forsyth High School with demonstrated financial need. Applicants must have a clearly stated desire to pursue additional education toward an occupational credential or degree.