Graham Community Foundation Scholarship
The Graham Community Foundation was created by the Alumni Associations of the six school districts that formed the Graham Local School District. These schools included Concord, Christiansburg-Jackson, Rosewood, St. Paris, Terre Haute, and Westville. The Foundation’s purpose is to keep alive the memory and heritage of the original schools through helping students further their education. Scholarships and Grants in the amount of $1,000.00 are available to Graham High School class of 2022 graduates. Applications and information are now available at the Graham High School guidance office or found below. Completed applications must be returned to the guidance office by March 22, 2022.
Scholarship Application for students seeking further education in a specific field of study (not resulting in a Bachelor’s Degree) such as Vocational, Nursing, Trade, Technology and Specialized Schooling or an Associate Degree
Scholarship Application for students seeking further education resulting in a Bachelor’s Degree or higher
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Kenneth Hill Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in memory of Kenneth Hill to be awarded to graduating seniors of Graham High School who will be majoring in business or accounting. For more information, please contact Graham High School guidance office. Two (2) $800 scholarship(s) will be awarded.
Harold and Josephine Shank Scholarship
This scholarship is offered to graduating seniors of Graham High School who will be attending Wittenberg University. This scholarship is not paid until completion of the first semester of school. For more information, please contact Graham High School guidance office. One $2,200.00 scholarship will be awarded.
Van Horn Memorial Scholarship
This $1,000.00 scholarship is offered to graduating seniors who will pursue a 1, 2 or 4-year program leading to a degree in the field of education. Applications are available at the Graham High School guidance office.