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2015 SCHOLARSHIPS

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Certain funds may stipulate that recipients be graduates of particular area high schools. Additionally, scholarships may be intended for students pursuing study in certain areas. There may be other requirements. Please check all requirements before you apply for any scholarship. Please note and observe deadlines for submitting applications.

Please note the early deadline for these scholarships.
Walter & Doris Herd Memorial Ag. Scholarship
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DEADLINE: JANUARY 8, 2015
Scholarships for graduating Marysville High School students with demonstrated interest in agriculture.

The intent is to award two 4-year renewable $1,500 scholarships in 2015.
Jason K. Mathewson Memorial Scholarship
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DEADLINE: JANUARY 8, 2015
Initiated by the Marysville F.F.A. Alumni, Jason's family, and friends, this scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating MHS student with at least 3 years membership in the F.F.A.

One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded in 2015.
ArtBox Scholarship
The family of the late Elizabeth A. Kern has established a scholarship fund in “Liz’s” memory to be awarded to deserving students who are college bound. This scholarship has been appropriately named ArtBox—The Liz Kern Inspired Visual Arts Award.
The Stolte Excellence in Leadership Scholarship
This fund has been created by Steve Stolte and Mardy Hanlon-Stolte for the purpose of assisting Union County high school graduating seniors pursuing a post secondary education. The scholarship award may be applied to any accredited Ohio four-year college or university.
The Summer Theater Workshop Scholarship
The scholarship is available to any Union County graduating senior who has participated in Summer Theater Workshop.

Sargent V. Chamberlain Kiwanis Scholarship
Two separate Kiwanis Scholarship funds were developed in 2002 to provide scholarships to promising area students.
The Sargent V. Chamberlain-Kiwanis College Scholarship Fund benefits a student from Fairbanks High School. These awards are based on qualities such as character, industriousness, class rank, perseverance, need, a nd integrity.
Darla Hall-Barrett Memorial Scholarship for the Arts
Mrs. Hall-Barrett was passionate about the arts, and brought the arts to students through an artist in residency program and through her puppetry. Her generous donation to Fairbanks allows for this scholarship in her honor.

Patricia Biehl Humanities Scholarship
In 2008, a group of former students created this award to recognize an outstanding MHS senior who shares Mrs. Biehl's passion for the diverse disciplines collectively known as the Humanities.The Patricia Biehl Humanities Scholarship is available to MHS graduating seniors with at least a 3.20 GPA. The graduates must intend to major in a discipline relating to the humanities.
One $500 scholarship will be awarded.
Pat Conlon Memorial Scholarship
The Pat Conlon Scholarship for MHS Students was established by her adult children in honor of their mother and long-time Marysville resident, Pat Conlon. The scholarship is awarded in Pat Conlon’s honor and memory to recognize students that exemplify the qualities she modeled and espoused – strong character, academic achievement, leadership, and school and community involvement.
Andrew Daum Memorial Soccer Scholarship
This scholarship is in memory of Marysville High School soccer athlete Andrew Daum, and is awarded to a graduating MHS senior soccer team member. Applicants must be scheduled for enrollment in a post-secondary accredited college, university or technical school.
The Charles and Marjorie Green Scholarship
Established in July of 1999, Charles Green’s widow Marjorie, and his family members initiated this scholarship Fund. Eligible students must be pursuing post high-school trade or technical training including diploma, certificate, and associate degree programs. (Examples: restaurant mgt., cosmetology, mechanics, auto body, allied medicine, etc.)
Corey Hoehn Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is available to graduating members of the Marysville High School boys' baseball, basketball or football teams and girls' softball and basketball teams who are scheduled for enrollment in a post-secondary accredited college or university. Must have a 3.0 GPA or above.
G.L. Kingsmore Hall of Fame Scholarship
This scholarship is available to graduating students of Marysville High School -- not restricted to athletes -- who are scheduled for enrollment in a 2 year or 4 year post-secondary accredited college or university.
Must have a 2.5 GPA or above.
Marysville High School Alumni Foundation Scholarship
These annual awards by the Marysville High School Alumni support scholarships for graduating Marysville High School students who have displayed outstanding academic and leadership qualities.
There will be multiple scholarships awarded.
This application is an automatic application for ALL of the following:
  • Marysville High School Alumni Foundation Scholarship ( multiple awards)
  • Dr. Malcolm & Barbara MacIvor Memorial Scholarship (multiple awards)
  • Susan Finch Simpson Memorial Scholarship (one award)
  • DeGroot Family Scholarship (one award)
  • Dr. Robert Henderson Memorial Scholarship (one award)
Dr. C.B. Mills Memorial Kiwanis Scholarship
Two separate Kiwanis Scholarship funds were developed in 2002 to provide scholarships to promising area students.
The Dr. C.B. Mills Memorial-Kiwanis College Scholarship Fund benefits a Marysville High School student. These awards are based on qualities such as character, industriousness, class rank, perseverance, need, and integrity.
The Mintier Veteran’s Scholarship
This scholarship was created by the Family and friends of Bob Mintier for the purpose of assisting veteran’s children who are also Marysville High School graduating seniors and display exceptional character and citizenship. The scholarship award may be applied to any 2-year technical college or accredited four-year college or university.

Burnside/Imbody/Fish Scholarship
This Scholarship is made possible through the kindness and generosity of Sara Mae Burnside and Kathleen Imbody. These women directed significant gifts from their estates to fund annually awarded scholarships to deserving North Union High School graduating seniors
Robert M. Fox Scholarship
This Scholarship was funded by Ruby Fox in memory of Robert. Robert Fox devoted his life to agriculture and instilled a passion and love of education to his family.
William Logan Krebehenne Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship fund was created for the purpose of assisting graduating NORTH UNION HIGH SCHOOL seniors (includes VOCATIONAL SCHOOL students connected to NUHS) pursuing a post secondary education in an agriculture or natural resources related major. Scholarship recipients will be chosen on the basis of the following: Agricultural Connection, Financial Need, Academic Potential, Community Service, Character.
Dan B. Kyle Scholarship
The Dan B. Kyle Memorial Scholarship Fund was placed within the Union County Foundation in April, 1994 by his loving family. The scholarship is awarded to exceptional graduating seniors of North Union High School who are planning on attending a four year college. This scholarship is in memory of Mr. Kyle, who was the president of the Richwood Banking Company and was a leader in the Richwood business community. 
Vicky Shower Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior member of NORTH UNION HIGH SCHOOL. The intent is to award a minimum of $1,000. Scholarship recipients will be chosen on the basis of the following: Leadership, Academic Achievement, Character, Community Service, Financial Need and Academic Potential
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