Opportunities for High School Seniors:
A "High School Senior or Graduating Senior" is any student currently in the twelfth grade, senior year, in high school planning to begin higher education for the first time in the following school year.
Questions? Email Greg Keener, Program Officer or call our office at (336) 663-6794
Up to $2,500 for an adult student from Yadkin County Schools seeking to continue their education toward a nursing degree or credential. The second year of the scholarship will be awarded contingent on maintaining passing grades and successful academic progression.
Up to $5,000 a year for a maximum of 2 years for a 2023 graduate of Northern Lehigh High School in Pennsylvania.
Up to $2,000 for a 2023 graduate from West Forsyth High School who wrestled at the school or has been involved in assisting or supporting a wrestling program within or outside of WFHS, preferably a minimum of two seasons, and seeking to continue their education full-time at either a community college or a 4-year college/university.
Up to $2,500 for a 2023 graduating senior from Quality Education Academy.
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 $10,000 given as four annual installments of $2,500 for a student attending a 4-year school or $5,000 given as two annual installments of $2,500 for a student attending a 2-year school. Applicants must be a 2023 senior at West Forsyth High School who demonstrates the same qualities as Coach Murph: good character, hard work, leadership, and the ability to overcome challenges while a leader on the field of play, in the classroom, and in the community. Preference is given to applicants with unmet financial needs in paying for their degree and applicants who have a connection to Coach Murph.
Up to $1,000 for 2023 a graduating senior from Forbush High School seeking a degree or certificate related to a career in electronics, welding, or construction.
Up to $2,500. The program awards financial assistance with a two-year degree or career certification program from Forsyth Tech or DDCC. Also, it provides a mentor pairing to scholarship recipients to help the student navigate their education and career path. Mentors will be selected volunteers from the Salem Glen neighborhood.
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 2023 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.
Up to $2,500. Two awards are available for 2023. Applicant must have been an active member of the Interact Club of the Clemmons Rotary Club and/or be a CTE Concentrator (accumulated a minimum of 2-course credits in a specific Career Pathway within a Career Cluster. Of the 2 course credits, one of the courses must be designated as a pathway completer course or 2nd level course).
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).
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 and is planning to attend or is already enrolled at Forsyth Tech or Winston-Salem State University.
Up to $2,000 for two 2023 graduates from Reagan High School. Applicants must have been active student-athletes who plan to attend an accredited four-year college or university to pursue a degree that leads to a career in the field of science or medicine; financial need is not a requirement.
Up to $2,500 for 2023 graduating seniors from West Forsyth High School with demonstrated financial need. Two awards are available for 2023. Applicants must have a clearly stated desire to pursue additional education toward an occupational credential or degree.