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William C. and Anna Rose Chamberlain Memorial
The fund was established in 1926 "for the propagation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ," to be used to educate those interested in the ministry; or as a missionary; or ordained professional minister o...
  • Candidates must be pursuing education for the ministry as a missionary or an ordained professional minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), or for some definite religious work in connection with the church.
  • Preference will be given to members of Gender Road Christian Church.
  • Priority will be given to member of the Disciples of Christ church.
W. Ervin Marriot Memorial Scholarship Fund
Ervin Marriot was a dedicated teacher who instilled in his students a desire to think for themselves, allowing them to discuss current topics and how they would be personally affected. He taught i...
  • Candidates must be graduating seniors of Grandview Heights High School. Two years of high school must be completed at Grandview Heights High School.
  • Candidates must have a minimum 3.0 point hour in all areas and a minimum 3.5 point hour in three units of high school math.
  • Candidates must plan to pursue a math or math related field.
F. David Smucker Musical Studies Fund
Family and friends established this fund in memory of F. David Smucker, a former president of the boosters for the Grove City High School Marching Band, to support Grove City High School students f...
  • Candidate must have a love for Grove City High School
  • Candidates must be graduating from Grove City High School, Grove City, Ohio.
  • Candidates must have a minimum of 3.0 GPA after 7 semesters (based on a 4.0 scale).
  • Candidates must have been accepted in a post-secondary college or university music school.
  • Candidates must have participated in music activities at Grove City High School such as solo and ensemble participation.
  • Candidates participation in the following will be considered: Leadership positions; Honor music ensembles (i.e., OMEA, Columbus Youth Symphony); Private study, summer camps, and music clinics; Activities outside of the high school music department; and Extra-curricular activities outside of school.
Kenneth B. Creasy Speech and Debate Scholarship
This Scholarship is in honor of the late Kenneth B. Creasy who died unexpectedly in June of 1992. Mr. Creasy was a former social studies teacher and speech and debate coach at Olentangy and Hayes...
  • Candidates must be graduating seniors at a Delaware County (Ohio) high school.
  • Candidates must be nominated by a speech teacher, forensic director, English Department Chair, guidance counselor, or others who would best determine senior student excellence in communication.
  • Candidates must have superior public communication skills, integrity, and concern for the welfare of others, and outstanding academic promise.
Erica Alexis Bell Memorial Scholarship
The Erica Alexis Bell Memorial Scholarship has been established by her parents, with pride, to help others who, like Erica, want to become teachers. For graduating seniors from Columbus City School...
  • Candidates must attend Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio.
  • Candidates must be a graduating senior from Columbus City Schools
  • Candidates must major in education or an allied field.
Wehrle Endowment Scholarship Fund
The fund was created by the efforts of the Wehrle High School Community Education Association to support students attending Wehrle High School in Columbus’ south side. After the school closed, the...
  • Candidates must attend or plan to attend Bishop Hartley High School or Bishop Ready High School.
  • Candidates must attend St. Mary School in Columbus, Ohio.
Janith Sheryl Rosemond Memorial Music Scholarship Fund
The scholarship was established in 1997 by Rosalie Rosemond to honor her daughter, Janith Sheryl Rosemond. A 1965 graduate of Eastmoor High School, Jan Rosemond went on to receive her RN from Howar...
  • Candidates must be an African-American graduating high school senior from Ohio, or a previous recipient of the scholarship; preference will be given to graduates of Columbus City Schools.
  • Candidates must be pursuing the study of music at The Ohio State University.
Becky Waldron Scholarship Fund
The fund was established in memory of Becky Waldron. Mrs. Waldron served as the secretary of Southeastern High School of the Ross County Public Schools for many years until her death in 1995 from b...
  • Candidates must be graduating seniors or previous graduates of Southeastern High School in Chillicothe, Ohio.
  • Candidates must be planning to attend, or attending an accredited institution of higher education or accredited vocational school.
Ian Van Heyde Memorial Culinary Scholarship Fund
Stephen and Nancy Van Heyde established this fund in memory of their son, Ian. Ian was a senior at Whetstone High School and a distinguished student in culinary arts at Northeast Career Center. The...
  • Candidates must be graduating from, or have graduated from, a culinary arts program operated by a public school system in central Ohio (Franklin and contiguous counties and Knox County in Ohio).
  • Candidates must be in the top 20% of the applicant’s culinary arts program (outside of the culinary arts program, there is no academic requirement); OR, maintain an “A” average in their culinary classes.
  • Candidates must be pursuing post-secondary education in culinary arts (which includes pastry and baking), restaurant management, or food management.
  • Previous recipients, if eligible, are encouraged to reapply.
Craig Memorial Scholarship Fund
This scholarship fund was established by the family of John E. Craig, Jr. and Larry William Craig. Both John and Larry were extremely gifted musicians. John was a noted musician in the central Ohi...
  • Candidates must be graduating high school seniors of a Columbus City Schools High School, in Columbus, OH.
  • Candidates must be involved in the musical arts, theater, or drama at throughout high school and plan to pursue a degree in one of those fields.
  • Candidates must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and plan to attend a four-year college or university on a full-time basis.