High School students are eligible for two different types of scholarships. For information about the first list of scholarships below, please see your guidance counselor.
African-American Scholarship & Honors Award $4,000
To be awarded to minority students from Centerville, Northeastern, Lincoln, Hagerstown or Richmond High School who enroll in an accredited college or university. Selection by African-American Scholarship & Awards Committee.
Jason Chaney Memorial (2 awards in equal amounts) $1,000
Awarded to a graduating male of HHS who best exemplifies the character traits and activities for which Jason was known.
W. Barry Culy Memorial $1,100
HHS graduate entering a post-secondary two or four year college or trade school who demonstrates financial need.
Paula Marie Davis-Kitts Memorial Scholarship $700|HHS graduate who plans to attend an accredited college or university and pursue a degree in English, journalism, or creative writing.
Waneta Fulton Memorial TBD
HHS graduate attending a post-secondary institution, having strong academic performance, participation and leadership in extra-curricular activities, planning to study nursing or related medical area field.
Hagerstown Community Scholarship Program $650
HHS graduate with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, who otherwise are receiving less scholarship support than other students in their class.
Mary E. Hill Memorial – (multiple awards) $5,650
To be awarded to Wayne County residents studying in the medical field excluding psychology with priority given to minority students. Selection made by the Mary E. Hill Scholarship Committee.
Greg & Rod Jarrett $500
HHS graduates seeking a business degree at an accredited post-secondary institution.
Mary Hatfield Jenkins – (multiple awards possible; total award amt listed) $11,064
HHS graduating seniors recognized for academic excellence and demonstrates financial need.
Joshua Johnson Memorial $1,000
HHS graduate entering an accredited school, institution or training program in good academic standing.
Kirk-Little Post 1108, VFW #4 – (awards are $1,000 each) $4,000
HHS graduating senior in recognition of academic excellence with preference given to lineal descendent of a veteran.
Lacy Memorial (2 awards in equal amounts) $900
HHS graduating senior entering a post-secondary institution who demonstrates leadership, active in extra-curricular activities, displays leadership, strong academic performance and has financial need.
Rebecca Lanter Memorial $900
HHS graduating senior with a strong determination to succeed despite adversity; dedicated to educational achievement; and who demonstrate financial need.
Rob Mahoney Memorial $1,700
HHS graduate pursuing a degree in construction management, engineering or a specific building trade; second preference to a student studying auto mechanics or agriculture.
Reid Health Dependent Scholarship (10 awards in equal amounts) $10,000
Applicant must be a dependent child of a current Reid Hospital employee and pursuing an undergraduate degree at an accredited university or college. Applicant must be full time course of study in health care related field typically found in a hospital including but not limited to nursing, radiology, respiratory, laboratory, pharmacy, rehabilitative services or medical records.
Thad Tutterrow Memorial $400
HHS graduating senior entering a post-secondary institution who has a strong academic performance, leadership in extra-curricular activities, demonstrates dedication to community development and possess qualities of responsibility.
William E. Upchurch Memorial – (2 awards in equal amounts) $900
HHS graduates who exhibit positive traits including good citizenship, leadership, strong character, service and strong academic performance.
Glenn Veal $250
HHS graduates entering an accredited school pursing a career in agriculture and home economics or related fields i.e. interior design, hospitality/hotel-motel management, etc.
Frederick V. Wood & Mary L. Couch Wood $2,250
HHS graduate enrolling in an accredited institution who is academically qualified and demonstrates financial need.
Wayne County College Fund $1,540
Renewable last dollar scholarships based on unmet financial need for students attending a Wayne County college.