Sherman Higher Education Fund
Dear Neighbors and Friends,
Since our inception in 1960, THE SHERMAN HIGHER EDUCATION FUND (SHEF) has helped Sherman students achieve their higher education goals by awarding grants, loans, and scholarships. In 2016, we gave more that $10,000 to Sherman students to help further their education. This was possible by the ongoing community support of thoughtful
Sherman residents like you who generously answer our once-a-year call for donations. We thank you!
HOW WE SUPPORT OUR SHERMAN STUDENTS:
ROSEMARIE BOUTON AWARD -- Four Sherman middle school students who contribute in a unique way to the school community.
GUIDO TINO AWARD -- Sherman School student that emulates Guido Tino’s dedication to Sherman.
MERIT SCHOLAR AWARD -- Sherman public high school student with the highest GPA.
ANAH MUNCH AWARD -- Graduating Sherman High School senior pursuing a career in Nursing or Teaching. This requires an essay.
MARY HADLOW SCHOLARSHIP -- A Sherman student attending an accredited college who best emulates a commitment to his/her community. This award requires an essay.
SHERMAN HIGHER EDUCATION FUND GRANT PROGRAM -- Any Sherman resident pursuing higher education qualifies for a SHEF grant as long he or she can show town residency and proof of acceptance into a higher education institution. The grant amount is determined annually by the number of applications and the total contributions received.
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org