Scholarships of county 'Franklin' within Indiana
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Rebecca Baker Memorial Scholarship Endowment
Rebecca Baker, an FCHS student passed away after a car accident. Established by Joanne Sottong, Rebecca’s employer at Arby’s in Brookville, to provide an annual scholarship to a graduating FCHS student for the purpose of furthering their education.
The scholarship will enable such graduate to have funds applied toward the costs of tuition in such student's first year as a full-time student in an accredited college or university.
The recipient is selected by the scholarship committee of the Franklin County Community Foundation. The scholarship is awarded after giving consideration to character, dependability and need.
Mary & Chester Bommer Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2009 by Diana Galyen, Robert Bommer and Roger Bommer. Primary consideration will be given to Franklin County students that have been active in 4-H and are pursuing a degree in a field related to Agriculture, Consumer Science or Natural Resources. Secondary consideration will be given to Franklin County students that are members of FFA and are pursuing a degree in a field related to Agriculture, Consumer Science or Natural Resources.
Sister Dominica Doyle Scholarship
Sister Dominica Doyle has taught and administrated generations as principal and teacher at Saint Michael Parish in Brookville. To honor her relentless dedication to instilling spiritual values and a desire for learning in her students, the St. Michael Parish community has established the Sister Dominica Doyle Scholarship in the Franklin County Community Foundation.
The scholarship’s principal will be invested and the income will be distributed evenly for two scholarships. The first scholarship will be awarded to a seventh grade St. Michael Student to be used for the student’s eighth grade books, tuition and fees. The second will be awarded to a St. Michael graduate for the student’s college education.
Edwina Geiling Dairy Cottage Scholarship
Established in 2009 by Herb Geiling in memory of his mother, Edwina. This is a pass-through scholarship that will be available for a limited time. Primary consideration will be given to Franklin County students who are employed at the Dairy Cottage.
Justin Girdler Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2002, by Bob and Laura Beth Girdler to honor their son, who was killed in a car accident. The annual scholarship is provided for a graduating student pursuing a career in carpentry, welding, masonry or other technical-related field, demonstrating financial need.
Scholarship for Franklin County High School Graduates Only
Nancy A. Hamilton Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2003 to provide a scholarship to graduating seniors of FCHS who will pursue study disciplines in education and who are first generation college students. Consideration will be given to students who excel in English, Literature and the Language Arts.
Victor F. Hauberg Scholarship Fund
Established anonymously in 1999 in honor of Victor F. Hauberg, a teacher, guidance counselor and civic leader, to provide an annual scholarship to a graduating FCHS student for the purpose of furthering their education.
Bradley T. Hofer Memorial Agriculture Scholarship
The Bradley T. Hofer Memorial Agriculture Scholarship was established in 2008 by Jim and Faye Hofer and family to provide scholarships for students from Franklin County High School who have been involved in the Agriculture program and plan to continue their education in agriculture.
It’s Never Too Late Scholarship Endowment
Established in 2007 to provide scholarships to Franklin County residents who are at least 25 years old and are wishing to continue their education or change careers by taking classes to be used as credit toward a degree program or certification.
Donald M. Jobe Scholarship
The Donald M. Jobe Scholarship was established in 2002 to honor the retirement of Jobe. The award provides a scholarship to students graduating from Franklin County High School. Primary consideration is given to students who plan to study education with the intention of becoming a teacher.
Orbin and Maymie Kelly Scholarship
Maymie established the Orbin and Maymie Kelly Scholarship in 2003 in the Franklin County Community Foundation. It provides a scholarship for Franklin County High School graduating seniors who wish to study education or nursing and have demonstrated financial need.
Freda and George Kremp Scholarship Fund
Established 1999 by Ruth Kremp Stang to award a scholarship to a graduating FCHS student for the purpose of furthering their education.
Walter and Marie Kremp Scholarship Fund
Established in 1999 by Marie Kremp to provide an annual scholarship to a graduate of FCHS for the purpose of furthering their education.
Robert and Colleen Kuntz Scholarship
Established in 2005 by the Robert and Colleen Kuntz family to provide scholarships for educators in Franklin County seeking continuing education. Primary consideration will be given to St. Michael School teachers. Secondary consideration will be given to teachers at Brookville Elementary School.
James P. Mullin and Mary M. Mullin Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in 1999 by Mary M. Mullin to provide an annual scholarship to a resident of Franklin County who wishes to further their education as a full-time student at Earlham College.
Ellis Newman Education Scholarship Fund
Established anonymously in 2000 to fund an annual scholarship for an FCHS graduate who will be pursuing a degree in primary or secondary education for the purpose of becoming a teacher.
Cynthia Oehlman Foreign Language Scholarship Fund
Established in 1999 by Martha and Ed Oehlman to fund the further education of an FCHS graduate who wishes to pursue the study of a foreign language.
Willard H. and Marie C. Petersen Scholarship Fund
Established in 1999 by Marie C. Petersen to provide an annual scholarship to a graduate of FCHS for the purpose of furthering their education.
Maury Schott Memorial Scholarship
Each year after the Schott fund reaches $5,000, the income from the fund will be used for two scholarships to be used fore college expenses. The two scholarships will be granted to a male and female who have been members of the FCHS Golf team.
David Seufert Memorial Scholarship
The David Seufert Memorial Scholarship Endowment is being established in the Franklin County Community Foundation by Davey’s mother, Shirley. Primary consideration for the scholarship is given to Franklin County High School seniors planning to study a medical related field. Secondary consideration is given to FCHS seniors who have been involved in athletics.