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Scholarships « Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation

Scholarships

Scholarships offered from the Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation

Available Scholarships for 2014

Deadline for all applications is March 21, 2014. Applications are available by downloading from this page or from your High School Guidance Counselor. Completed applications can be turned in to your High School Guidance Counselor or mailed or delivered to:

Chillicothe-Ross Community Foundation
45 E Main St
Chillicothe, Ohio 45601

Virginia Riffle Scholarship Fund

The Virginia Riffle Scholarship Fund is for Chillicothe High School Graduates who are attending Ohio University – Chillicothe or Athens. Scholarship are available for traditional and non-traditional students. Scholarships are renewable.

Virginia Riffle Scholarship Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Nominee shall be a graduate of Chillicothe High School.
  2. Nominee must be a full-time student at Ohio University – Chillicothe or Athens.
  3. If a graduate of CHS within the previous two years, nominee must have had not less than a 3.0 high school Grade Point Average (on a 4.0 grading scale).
  4. Nominees who graduated from CHS prior to the two previous years will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
  5. Nominee must complete an application.
  6. Nominee must complete an educational budget and demonstrate financial need.
  7. Application must be accompanied by official high school transcripts and ACT or equivalent scores.
  8. If nominee has completed some college, application must be accompanied by university or college transcripts.
  9. Nominee must write a self-expression synopsis (200 words or more) describing education goals, career plans, and school and community activities.
  10. Nominee shall provide two (2) recommendations from teachers, coaches, advisors or other community leaders.
  11. Scholarship funds are to be used only for books and/or tuition.
  12. Scholarship payment will be made directly to Ohio University. Any unused portion will be returned to the Fund.

Clyde and Grace Moss Scholarship Fund

Clyde Moss

The Clyde and Grace Moss Scholarship Fund was established to leave a lasting legacy of Clyde and Grace Moss. Annually, as funds are available, one (1) $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a qualified senior student graduating from a Ross County high school.

Moss Scholarship Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Nominee must be a graduating senior of a Ross County, Ohio high school.
  2. Nominee must have a 2.5 grade point average (on a 4.0 grading scale).
  3. Nominee must complete an application.
  4. Nominee must complete an educational budget as financial need will be a consideration.
  5. Nominee must provide a self-expression synopsis (250 words or more) describing his or her educational goals and career plans.
  6. Application must be accompanied by official high school transcripts from a Ross County high school and ACT or equivalent scores.
  7. Nominee must provide proof of acceptance by the college, trade school, or technical school of his/her choice.
  8. Nominee must provide two recommendations from teachers, coaches, advisors or other community leaders.
  9. Scholarship funds may be used at any accredited college or trade school for tuition and/or books.
  10. Scholarship payment will be made only to the designated educational institution.
  11. Any unused funds will be returned to the Fund. Should a student withdraw before completing his/her first year, the remaining funds, in accordance with the policy of the institution, shall be returned to the Fund.

Eric Ackley Scholarship Fund for Adena and Unioto High School Graduates

The Eric Ackley Scholarship Fund was established by Jamie Ackley to provide educational funds in memory of her husband, Eric Ackley.

Ackley Scholarship Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Nominee must be a graduate of Adena High School, Frankfort, Ohio or Unioto High School, Chillicothe, OH.
  2. Nominee must have not less than a “B” Grade Point Average (3.0 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale).
  3. Nominee must complete an application.
  4. Nominee must complete an educational budget.
  5. Nominee must write a self-expression synopsis (250 words or more) describing themselves, interests, hobbies and goals. The synopsis should include activities in which the nominee has engaged during high school years, including organized out-of-school activities (4-H Club, scouting, church organizations, etc.), as well as those connected with school (class officer, music organizations, athletics, publications, etc.).
  6. Nominee shall provide transcripts from Adena High School or Unioto High School.
  7. Nominee shall provide two recommendations from teachers, coaches, advisors, or other community leaders.
  8. The money may be used at a four year accredited university or college.
  9. The money may be used for books and/or tuition. Checks will be written directly to the university or college. Any unused portion will be returned to the fund.

Friends of the Community Scholarship Fund

The Friends of the Community Scholarship Fund for Adena High School Graduates is established by community members to assist Adena High School seniors. Scholarships will be awarded to Adena High School graduates as funds are available.

Friends of the Community Scholarship Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Nominee must be a graduate of Adena High School, Frankfort, Ohio.
  2. Nominee must have not less than a 2.5 Grade Point Average (2.5 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale).
  3. Nominee must complete an application.
  4. Nominee must complete an educational budget, as financial need will be a consideration.
  5. Nominee must write a self-expression synopsis (200 words or more) describing education goals, career plans, and school and community activities.
  6. Nominee shall provide transcripts from Adena High School.
  7. Nominee shall provide two recommendations from teachers, coaches, advisors, or other community leaders.
  8. The money may be used at any accredited two or four year college, technical or trade school.
  9. The money may be used for tuition and books. Checks will be written directly to the college, technical or trade school. Any unused portion will be returned to the fund.

MZT Spirit Scholarship for Adena High School Graduates

The MZT Spirit Scholarship Fund for Adena High School Graduates is established by the friends and loved ones of Marsha Zurmehly Tootle. She was an incredible person that inspired the Class of 1975 to create a legacy to honor her.  She had such SPIRIT and loved the Adena High School  and was proud to be a Warrior! Scholarships in Marsha’s memory will be awarded to Adena High School graduates as funds are available.

MZT Spirit Application

Guidelines for Application

1.    Nominee must be a graduate of Adena High School, Frankfort, Ohio.
2.    Nominee must have not less than a 2.5 Grade Point Average (2.5 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale).
3.    Nominee must complete an application.
4.    Nominee must complete an educational budget, as financial need will be a consideration.
5.    Nominee must write a self-expression synopsis (250 words or more) describing education goals, career plans, and school spirit.
6.    Nominee shall provide transcripts from Adena High School.
7.    Nominee shall provide two recommendations from teachers, coaches, advisors, or other community leaders.
8.    The money may be used at any accredited college or trade school.
9.    The money may be used for books and/or tuition. Checks will be written directly to the college, trade school, or approved entity. Any unused portion will be returned to the fund.

McCallum Family Scholarship Fund for Chillicothe High School Graduates

The McCallum Family Scholarship Fund for Chillicothe High School Graduates was established by Scott McCallum in memory of his father John L. McCallum. John was a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and was a Certified Public Accountant by trade. Education was important to John and this scholarship will provide educational funds in his memory.

McCallum Family Scholarship Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Nominee must be a graduate of Chillicothe High School, Chillicothe, Ohio.
  2. Nominee must have not less than a “B” average (3.0 on a 4.0 grading scale)
  3. Nominee must fill out an application.
  4. Nominee must provide a self-expression synopsis (250 words or more) describing themselves, interests, hobbies, and goals. The synopsis should include activities in which the nominee has engaged in during high school years, including organized out-of-school activities (4-H Club, scouting, church organizations, etc.) as well as those connected with school (class officer, music organizations, athletics, publications, etc.).
  5. Nominee shall provide transcripts from Chillicothe High School.
  6. Nominee shall provide two recommendations from teachers, coaches, advisors, or other community leaders.
  7. Scholarship is need-based and in preference is given to students from families of one parent or no parent.
  8. The money may be used at a four year accredited university or college.
  9. The money may be used only for tuition. Checks will be written directly to the college or trade school or approved entity. Any unused portion will be returned to the Fund.
  10. The scholarship is renewable with documentation from the university that a “C” average (2.0 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale) has been maintained.

Mildred Cunningham/Dorothy Fuchsman Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Mildred Cunningham/Dorothy Fuchsman Memorial Scholarship Fund is established to leave a lasting legacy in the memory of Mildred Cunningham and Dorothy Fuchsman. Annually as funds are available, college scholarships are awarded to qualified senior students graduating from Chillicothe High School.

CunninghamFuchsman Memorial Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Nominee must be a graduate of Chillicothe High School.
  2. Nominee must have not less than a “B” average (3.0 on a 4.0 grading scale).
  3. Nominee must fill out an application.
  4. Nominee must provide a self expression synopsis (250 words or more) describing themselves, interests, hobbies, and goals. The synopsis should include activities in which the nominee has engaged in during high school years, including organized out-of-school activities (4-H Club, scouting, church organizations, etc.), as well as those connected with school (class officer, music organizations, athletics, publications, etc.).
  5. Nominee shall provide transcripts from Chillicothe High School.
  6. Nominee shall provide two recommendations from teachers, coaches, advisors, or other community leaders.
  7. The money may be used at any accredited college or university.
  8. The money may be used for books, tuition or room and board. Checks will be written directly to the college or university or approved entity. Any unused portion will be returned to the fund.

Adena Class of 1968 Scholarship Fund for Adena High School Graduates

The Adena Class of 1968 Scholarship Fund was established by members of the Adena class of 1968. Annually as funds are available one (1) $500 college scholarship is awarded to a qualified senior student graduating from Adena High School.

Adena 1968 Scholarship Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Nominee must be a graduate of Adena High School, Frankfort, Ohio.
  2. Nominee must have not less than a 2.5 Grade Point Average (2.5 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale).
  3. Nominee must fill out an application.
  4. Nominee must fill out an educational budget as financial need will be a consideration.
  5. Nominee must write a self-expression synopsis (250 words or more) describing education goals and career plans.
  6. Nominee shall provide transcripts from Adena High School.
  7. Nominee shall provide two recommendations from teachers, coaches, advisors, or other community leaders.
  8. The money may be used at any accredited college or trade school.
  9. The money may be used for books and/or tuition. Checks will be written directly to the college or trade school or approved entity. Any unused portion will be returned to the fund.

Ben Hartsock Scholarship Fund

Giving back to his home community, Unioto High School, Ohio State and NFL player Ben and Amy Harsock provide several scholarships annually to local students.

Hartsock Fund Scholarship Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Nominees must be a graduating senior of Chillicothe, Ohio High School or a Scioto Valley (Ohio) Conference School.
  2. Nominees must fill out an application complete with a picture.
  3. Nominee must provide a one page autobiography (250 words or more) describing themselves, interests, hobbies, and goals.
  4. Nominee must provide an information sheet that should include activities in which the nominee has engaged in during high school years (class officer, music organizations, athletics, publications, etc.) and organized out-of-school activities (4-H Club, scouting, church organizations, etc.). Information sheet should also include any awards or honors received.
  5. Nominee must include two letters of recommendations from teachers, coaches, advisors or other community leaders.
  6. Nominee shall provide a High School transcripts from High School.
  7. Nominees will be evaluated on:
    • Academic Excellence
    • Athletic Excellence
    • 4-H Excellence
    • Community Service
  8. Scholarship funds may be used at any accredited college or trade school.
  9. Scholarship funds may be used for books, tuition or room and board. Checks will be written directly to the college or trade school or approved entity. Any unused portion will be returned to the Fund.

Mary Margaret Black Scholarship Fund

As a lasting memory to Mary Margaret Black a Ross County, Ohio resident concerned about education, an annual scholarship provides funds for college students who have graduated from Ross County High Schools.

Mary Margaret Black Scholarship Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Applicants must have a 2.5 grade point average.
  2. Applicants may apply from South Central Ohio counties
  3. Applicants must provide proof of acceptance by the college, trade, or technical school of his/her choice.
  4. Applicants must be accompanied with official high school transcripts and ACT, or equivalent, scores.
  5. Scholarship funds are to be used for general expenses: Tuition, room/board, and books.
  6. Scholarship payment will be made only to the designated educational institution.
  7. Should a student withdraw before completing his/her first year, the remaining funds, in accordance with the policy of the institution, shall be returned to the fund.

Roy A. Congrove Memorial Fund

Honoring the memory of Mr. Roy A. Congrove, a basketball coach and mentor to Zane Trace High School students, annually scholarships are awarded to Zane Trace  graduates.

Congrove Scholarship Application

  1. Applicants must be a graduate of Zane Trace High School, Chillicothe, Ohio.
  2. Applicants must provide a one page autobiography (250 words or more) describing themselves, interests, hobbies, and goals.
  3. Applicants must provide an information sheet that should include activities in which the applicant has engaged in during high school years (class officer, music organizations, athletics, publications, etc.) and organized out-of-school activities (4-H Club, scouting, church organizations, etc.). Information sheet should also include any awards or honors received.
  4. Applicant shall provide transcripts from Zane Trace High School.
  5. Scholarship funds may be used at any accredited college or trade school and may be used for books, tuition or room and board.
  6. Roy A Congrove was high school basketball coach and preference will be student athletes.

Roger and Emily Benner Fund for Paint Valley Graduates

In lasting memory of their parents, the daughters of  Roger and Emily Benner  have established annual scholarships to qualified graduates of Paint Valley High School, Bainbridge, Ohio.

Benner Fund Scholarship Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Applicant must be a graduate of Paint Valley High School, Bainbridge, Ohio.
  2. Applicants must have not less than a “B” average (3.0 on a 4.0 grading scale.)
  3. Applicants must provide proof of acceptance by the college, trade, or technical school of his/her choice.
  4. Applications must be accompanied with official high school transcripts and ACT, or equivalent, scores.
  5. Scholarship funds are to be used for general expenses: Tuition, room/board, and books.
  6. Scholarship payment will be made only to the designated educational institution.
  7. Should a student withdraw before completing his/her first year, the remaining funds, in accordance with the policy of the institution, shall be returned to the fund.
  8. Roger and Emily Benner were supporters of local 4-H programs and preference will be given to 4-H members.

Chillicothe Bicentennial Scholars Fund

The Chillicothe Bicentennial Scholars Fund was established by the Chillicothe Bicentennial Commission to leave a lasting legacy of its successful and memorable celebration of Chillicothe’s remarkable history of two hundred years. Annually two (2) $1,000 college scholarships are awarded to qualified students graduating seniors from Chillicothe High School as funds are available.

Bicentennial Scholars Application

Guidelines for Application

  1. Applicants must be in the top 25% of his/her class.
  2. Applicants must be graduates of the Chillicothe High School.
  3. Applicants must provide proof of acceptance by the college, trade, or technical school of his/her choice.
  4. Applicants must be accompanied with official high school transcripts and ACT, or equivalent, scores.
  5. Scholarship funds are to be used for general expenses: Tuition, room/board, and books.
  6. Scholarship payment will be made only to the designated educational institution.
  7. Should a student withdraw before completing his/her first year, the remaining funds, in accordance with the policy of the institution, shall be returned to the fund.