The Foundation offers the following scholarships specific to Lincoln High School students. Selection is made by the LHS Scholarship Selection Committee. Please see your guidance counselor for more information and to apply.
Erika & George Brattain Sr. – $300
LHS graduate must include music training as part of their continuing education. Financial need will be considered.
Chiarenza Memorial – 3 awards of $3,500 each (tuition only)
Drama (Melba); Business (Angelo); Nursing (Ruth)
Jo Anne Grigsby Memorial – $1,000
LHS graduating senior pursuing a career in math or science education; second preference to a student pursuing a career in education or Christian service.
Ann Harmeier Memorial – $700
LHS graduate entering an accredited college electing a major in performing arts, theology, or education.
Mary Hatfield Jenkins – Multiple awards possible; total available $12,597
LHS graduating seniors recognized for academic excellence and demonstrates financial need.
Paul and Mary Kay Keiser – (4 year award/next awarded in 2022)
LHS graduating senior who has financial need and intends on pursuing a baccalaureate degree pertaining to agriculture or engineering careers.
Kirk-Little Post 1108, VFW #5 – 3 awards of $1,000 each
LHS graduating senior in recognition of academic excellence with preference given to lineal descendant of a veteran.
Paul J. & Bernice J. Lamberson Memorial – 2 awards of $300 each
LHS graduating seniors enrolling in a degree in education or engineering and based on scholastic achievement.
Ellen M. Lane Memorial – 2 awards of $1,000 each
LHS graduate pursuing a degree in education, medicine or an area of health care.
Fern A. Lee Memorial – $1,250
LHS graduate pursuing a degree in business at a business college.
Rob Mahoney Memorial – $1,850
LHS graduate pursuing a degree in construction management, engineering or a specific building trade; second preference to a student studying auto mechanics or agriculture.
Stuart C. & Martha I. Shipman – $650
LHS graduate enrolling in an accredited college preparing to study education, fine arts, business or vocational area.
Wayne County College Fund – Multiple awards possible
Renewable last dollar scholarships based on unmet financial need for students attending a Wayne County college.