These scholarships are available to any student who lives in Logan County.
These $500 minimum scholarship swill be awarded to assist students in their freshman year in college. They will be awarded by a committee of the American Legion.
Applicants of this scholarship should be residents of Logan County, will be graduating seniors, or have graduated within the last two years of the date of this application.
One $500 scholarship will be awarded to a student who has been accepted to either a two or four-year college, technical school, or vocational school. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of leadership, financial need,character, and scholastic ability.
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior to assist in their first year of a two or four year institution. It is required to attach a statement about yourself, your educational goals, activities, awards and honors. Consideration may be giver to applicants with Lions Club affiliation.
The amount of this scholarship shall be $500 and will be paid at the completion of the first quarter/semester of school. This scholarship is awarded to high school or GED graduating students of the same year or one year prior to application date.Preference will be given to anyone entering the public safety or health & medical fields. This scholarship is available to Logan County residents only. Scholarships will be awarded based upon scholastic merit, economic need, and goals in life.
Bellefontaine Rotary is offering eight scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each to Logan County High School Seniors with a 3.5 or higher cumulative GPA. Scholarships will be awarded based on need, merit, community service, and extracurricular school activities. This scholarship is not available to dependents of Bellefontaine Rotary Club members.
A $1,000 award is given to a student for study at either a two- or four-year school. Applicants may qualify one of two ways: 1. Must have an immediate family member belonging to the Bellefontaine USBC Bowling Association (parent, grandparent, brother, or sister); 2. Must be a member of a local high school bowling team and have completed at least one full season.
This Scholarship is in Honor of Charles E. Roby, an outstanding Free Mason of Boggs Lodge #292 Free and Accepted Masons. The scholarship will be awarded to graduating seniors attending a 2 or 4 year college or university. This one time scholarship is in the amount of $500. The committee will choose recipients based on financial need, overall character, community service, participation in extracurricular activities and a written essay. Please complete the application below and provide the requested items. The scholarship will be awarded once proof of registration at a qualifying institution is received by the Lodge.
This scholarship was established by the F.O.E. #2166 as a contribution to the students of Logan County to encourage higher learning. There will be one boy student and one girl student chosen from the Logan County school system, who will receive an award of $500.
The Fraternal Order of Police Hi-Point Lodge is offering a scholarship of $1,000.00 payable over a two semester period. This scholarship will be given to one Bellefontaine High School Senior and one to a graduating Senior who resides in Logan County. More information is included on the downloadable form below. **Only available to students whose parents are members.
David graduated from Ben Logan High School in 1994. He went to Parris Island and graduated from basic training on December 23, 1994. While serving in Afghanistan he was killed in action on July 13, 2009. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, section 60. This scholarship was started to honor his memory.
The Indian Lake F.O.E. 3615 is offering this scholarship to high school seniors or a student who received a GED who has a family member in good standing with the Indian Lake F.O.E. 3615. The applicant must also be accepted into an accredited college or university.
The Jim Redman Scholarship was made possible by the generosity of Jim Redman, a life-long farmer from Logan County, Ohio, who wishes to support Logan County High School graduates as they further their education in an agriculture-related field.
Amount - $20,000 payable over 4 years
The Logan County 4-H is offering scholarships to those students who have been involved in 4-H. For more info visit go.osu.edu/loganscholarships
Scholarships may include:
4-H Committee Scholarship
Joshua Keith Scholarship
Farm Bureau Scholarship
The Logan County Cattle Association Scholarship will be awarded on an annual basis during the month of May. The Scholarship will be awarded in the amounts of $250.00 to $500.00.
Logan County Electric Cooperative desires to invest in the education of our members.
LCEC awards five scholarships (two $2,500 awards and three $1,000 awards) each spring for outstanding academics to seniors planning to attend college. The applicants must be children whose parents or guardians are members of the Logan County Electric Cooperative and are currently receiving electrical service.
The young man and young woman who receive first-place awards from LCEC are eligible to compete for additional scholarship money up to $3,500 per student!
The Logan County Whitetails scholarship application is due to the guidance office no later than March 31st. It also requires 3 letters of recommendation.
The Mad River Valley Dulcimer Society is interested in granting a $500.00 (five hundred dollar) scholarship to a graduating senior from Logan County who plans to develop and share their instrumental musical talents.
The Marilyn Carnes Memorial Education Fund/Scholarship is in memory of Logan County 4-H Horse advisor, Marilyn Carnes. The applicants of this scholarship must be pursuing a 2 or 4 year degree in a horse related subject or pre-vet and be a current Logan County 4-H/FFA member.
These scholarships ranging from $500-$1,000 are for Logan County residents and students who have been officially accepted into a medical career program (i.e. medicine, nursing, pharmacy, allied medical). Please note: Applicants enrolled in PRE-programs (pre-medicine, pre-nursing, or pre-allied medicine) do NOT qualify. Scholarships must be submitted to the Mary Rutan Foundation, 205 Palmer Ave., Bellefontaine, OH 43311.
- Applications available in February 2019
- Due April 1, 2019
- Students must be pursuing a degree in the medical field and accepted in to that field of study. (pre-programs do not qualify)
- Application will be available in February at www.maryrutan.org on the home page, it will be sent to each schools guidance conselor or can be picked up from the Foundation office or the front desk at Mary Rutan Hospital.
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ohio Hi-Point Career Center senior planning to further his/her education beyond high school. It will be awarded by a special committee. Contact the OHP Guidance Department for details.
Two scholarships valued at $500 each. Applicants need NOT have any affiliation with the Moose to apply. All youth graduating in 2016 are welcome to submit an application regardless of whether or not you have a family member who is a current member of any Moose club. The applicant must be graduating in the high school class of 2016 and must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. A brief essay about yourself and your goals needs to be attached. All winners will be notified by mail.
Stolly Insurance Group is offering two $750 scholarships to eligible high school seniors. For complete scholarship information visit stolly.com. Click on 'Succeed Scholarship'.
This $500 scholarship is in memory of Logan County resident, Tiffany Brown, who tragically lost her life in 2011. It will be awarded to a student who has been accepted to either a two or four-year college, technical school, or vocational school. The scholarship will be based on leadership, financial need, character and scholastic ability. Deadline: Last Monday in April.
This $500 will be awarded to a student who will be enrolled in either a two or four-year college, technical school, or vocational school. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of leadership, financial need, character, and scholastic ability. Deadline: Last Monday in March.
This $500 scholarship will be awarded on the basis of leadership, financial need,character, and scholastic ability. Applicants must have been accepted to a two-or four-year college, technical school, or a vocational school. Deadline: Last Monday in March.
The Warren G. Elliot Scholarship, sponsored by the Springfield Foundation is for graduates of any high school in Clark, Champaign, Logan and Green Counties to pursue any course of study at any accredited institution of higher education. Selection is based primarily on financial need. Not renewable, but recipients may re-apply. Visit www.springfieldfoundation.org under the scholarship tab to obtain scholarship applications.
These scholarships will be awarded to current or former players of West Liberty Force Fastpitch softball. Applicants must be in their senior year of high school and are in actual need of financial help to continue their education.