Each scholarship opportunity contained in this folder requires a completed application packet be submitted to your school counselor by the due dates indicated below. Please contact your school counselor with any questions on these opportunities and be sure to follow the guidelines for each scholarship application very closely as you prepare your submission(s). Not every scholarship offer available in the community is contained within this folder, these are just some of the scholarship providers who have worked with the school system to try to coordinate submissions and presentations at the TC Scholars Recognition evening in May each year.
The following scholarship applications will be available early January:
-Bjerg Scholarship (Due March 8)
Good citizen, upper half in class rank of graduating class, made significant improvement in school or community, and accepted to college or university.
-Connestee Falls Scholarship (Due March 8)
Awarded on merit and financial need: Merit shall emphasize academic achievement but may also include participation in extracurricular activities, community service, and contributions to a difficult family situation. Financial need shall involve consideration of the family income, needs of others in the family, and self-help.
The following scholarship applications will be made available when we receive them (last year’s documents are posted for reference):
-Giles Harmon Scholarship (typically due by mail to NCSHP in late April)
For a graduating senior pursuing a law enforcement career.
-Hendersonville Pediatrics/Pisgah Forest Rotary Scholarship (Due February 16)
The doctors and staff members of Hendersonville Pediatrics supported by Pisgah Forest Rotary would like to recognize one graduating senior who has demonstrated resilience by overcoming hardship in life.
-Jessie Lollis Scholarship (Due February 16)
This scholarship is for students who will be pursuing a career in the health field.
-Ruth Jones Scholarship (Due April 6)
The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to selected individuals attending an accredited university, college, or technical college, who wish to pursue a 4 year degree in health or environmental sciences, including but not limited to: biology, environmental science, health education, pre-medicine, nursing, agriculture, forestry, natural resource conservation, or wildlife science.
Daniel Lisenby (students last names A-K) and Kayla Byrd (students last names L-Z), School Counselors
Davidson River School
Jaime Dulberg, School Counselor
Sarah Shawver, School Counselor