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4/5/19Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship*unspecified*For young women pursuing a career in education.ApplicationMail to address on the application
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4/5/19Colonial PTA Scholarship$500Must be a graduating senior at LBHS. Must have attended Colonial Elementary for at least 3 years or graduated as a 5th grader. Must have a cumulative gpa of 3.2 or higher as computed by school board policy through the first semester of the graduation year. Must be accepted and planning to attend any accredited institution of higher learning in the fall to further his or her education.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Qr0Her2UMgnw58JA0W6LKDVImuge4L3G7GUIGvu0Xsg/edit?usp=sharing
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4/5/19Cosmopolitan Club Scholarship$3,500The Cosmopolitan Club of Roanoke will award two $3,500 scholarships to a Senior male and female Cosmopolitan Track Meet participant that is pursuing further education after graduation.ApplicationApply online
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3/28/19Ken Shelton Memorial Scholarship (Roanoke Valley Wrestling Association)$1,000Applicant must be a high school senior in the Roanoke Valley, be active in wrestling and student activities, be accepted by a junior college, state or private college or university, and maintain at least a C averageCome to the counseling office for more information.
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3/28/19Stan Parker Memorial Scholarship (Roanoke Valley Wrestling Association)$1,000Applicant must be active in wrestling and student activities, be the son or daughter of a coach, official, or someone actively involved in the wrestling community, be accepted by a junior college, state or private college, or university, and maintain at least a C average.Come to the counseling office for more information.
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3/29/19Va School Counselor Association 2019 Essay Scholarship$1,000Applicants will write about a School Counselor, past or present, who has made a difference in their livesApplicationApply Online
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3/30/2019HFI Elizabeth & Israel Christian Scholarship$TBDMust write an essay about a historical figure involved in Botetourt Couny's formationMail to address listed
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3/30/2019HFI Pat Simmons & Sally Eads Volunteer Scholarship$TBDMust be planning to attend VWCC, Hollins, RU, UVA, Agnes Scott College or another 4/2 year Virginia SchoolMail application to address listed
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3/31/19Bank of Botetourt "Taking Care of You"Community Scholarship$500High school seniors and existing college students currently relying on Bank of Botetourt to provide their banking services. Maintains a GPA of 2.5 or higher and and a active checking acoount.Application
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3/31/19Carilion Clinic's Scholarship Opportunities$2000/$250/$1000Applicants must be enrolled or officially accepted into an accredited school of nursing,, be in good academic standing, be active within the cimmunity and submit a completed appllication with a copy of their unofficial transcript, essay(s) and two references. A copy of the applicant's transcript is required to be considered for any of the three scholarships opportunites. Scholarship recipients will be asked to povide a letter of acceptance to their institution or current transscript prior to receiving payment.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YkhE4yWZFRDXpXGg0yQUmEnoF8g8WUl2o0xsUOVVmUY/edit?usp=sharing
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3/31/19Cloverdale Elementary PTA Scholarshipup to $500Available to a senior who is a former Cloverdale Elementary student or one who has served Cloverdale Elementary in some capacityCome to the School Counseling Office for ApplicationMail application to address listed
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3/31/19Bank of Fincastle Fall Run$1,000Must have participated in a Bank of Fincastle Fall Run. ApplicationApply Online
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3/31/19Knights of Columbus Roanoke Council: Albert H. Canfield Scholarship$500Applicants must be a member of Council 562, the wife of a member, or the legally recognized child of a member .ApplicationApply Online
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3/31/19Virginia Council of the Knights of Columbus: Father Bader ScholarshipThe program offers need-based scholarships for Knights, their wives, and also their grandchildrenApplicationApply Online
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4/1/19Roanoke Valley Golf Hall of Fame ScholarshipAmount varies. Everyone who applied in 2018 received something.Applicant does not have to be a high school golfer but should have an interest in golf.http://www.rvghof.org/Event/Apply online
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4/1/19Beaver Dam Farm Sunflower Festival$500This scholarship is for graduating seniors who are pursuing an education in agriculture or other related agriculture fields.Mail application to address listed
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4/1/2019VALS Scholarship$3,000Must be interested in entering the legal field / GPA > 3.0Come to the school counseling office for info.Mail to address listed
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4/1/2019RVLSA Scholarship$1,500Must be interested in entering the legal field / GPA > 3.0Come to the school counseling office for info.Mail to address listed
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4/1/19Botetourt Retired Educators Scholarship$1,000Applicant must be planning to enter the field of education.ApplicationMail application to address listed
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4/1/19Botetourt County Farm Bureau Memorial Foundation Scholarship
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4/2/19Roanoke Valley Academy of Medicine Alliance Foundation (RAMA)$TBDEligible students must be entering a health related program. (Dental students are not eligible)ApplicationMail application to address listed
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4/5/19Mountain Castles Soil & Water Conservation District Scholarship (John and Hallie Seibel Memorial Scholarship)$1,000Mountain Castles Soil and Water Conservation District is offereing a $1,000 scholarship to one graduating senior from JRHS, LBHS, and Craig County High School. These scholarships will be awarded to students with a background in agriculture, conservation, forestry or environmental sciences and/or to a student pursuing an education in one of these fields or in a related field of study. Preference will be given to students attending Virginia universities who have high academic standards and extracurricular activities in areas related to agriculture and/or natural resource conservation. Come to the counseling office for more information.
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4/5/2019Torie Phillips Memorial Scholarship$1,000Must complete application by 4/5/19. ApplicationTurn in to Guidance
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4/9/19BeaconCredit Union ScholarshipFive scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $2,000 eachAny Beacon Credit Union graduating high school member or child of a member, in good standing 6 months or more prior to the application deadline, seeking higher education may apply. Applicants must have a 2.5 grade point average, meet the eligibility requirement to be a member of Beacon Credit Union and be graduating from a high school located in the Beacon Credit Union membership area.https://www.mybcu.org/resources/community/scholarships.htmlApply online
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4/12/19Botetourt Town & Country Women's Club$500Available to a female LBHS seniorhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/13aU64gADdUqfkixTsYArJ0eTPaSGdkvSNXmeIKOyKzg/edit?usp=sharingMail completed application to BTCWCScholarship@gmail.com or mail hard copies to the address on the form
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4/12/19CAMS PTA Scholarship$2502019 graduating senior of James River or Lord Botetourt. Must have attended CAMS for at least 2 years. Should be planning to attend a 2 or 4 year college degree or any accredited post-secondary institution immediately after graduation-including certified trade or technical schools.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KkRfWfntA0UYCPGN2W-MBU3KYOvY4rb4VjkcayLdG4Q/edit?usp=sharing
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4/12/19Chares J. Colgan Scholarship$2,000Applicant must be pursuing an aviation related career at an accreditied institution.Come to the counseling office for more information.
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4/12/19GFWC Botetourt Town & Country Women's Club$500Deserving young woman from Lord Botetourt High Schoolhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/13aU64gADdUqfkixTsYArJ0eTPaSGdkvSNXmeIKOyKzg/edit?usp=sharing
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4/12/19Nancy Quinn McCoy Humanitarian Scholarship$1,000Applicants must have at least a 2.5 GPA, must have been accepted by a college approved by the scholarship committee, and must plan to enter a helping profession.Come to the school counseling office for info.Submit to counseling office
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4/15/19Botetourt County Democratic Committee$500Applicants are required to submit a 150-300 word essay describing how the balance of power of the three branches cooperate as a democracy in the republic.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1amVTjnk67gZWOOa5v_gmLiD8wwaqEfFSQnlqNBb6l7U/edit?usp=sharingMail application to address listed
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4/15/19County Wide League Scholarship$500Must have at least a 2.5 GPA, must have been accepted by a school approved by the committee and by the scholarship deadline date. Come to the counseling office for more information.
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4/15/19Event Zone Scholarship for the Arts$1,000Event Zone/Party in the Park will award an area high school senior who plans to attend college and work toward a minor or major in the arts.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nDJ5k1TSbZyLh3LSIiwdvIG7ehdlFXEoo6TaFiZhAoI/edit?usp=sharingCome to the counseling office for more information.
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4/17/19Armenian Education Scholarship$1,000The essay question is open to 9th-12th grade students. Come to the counseling office for an applicationMail or email completed essay to the address listed.
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4/25/19Jon Roberts Memorial Golf Tournament$4,000Applicant must have good citizenship and character, must have plans to become to become a teacher and attend college in Virginia, must have an interest in sports, must have GPA of 2.25, and must have financial need.Come to guidance for the application.
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4/26/19BRCTM Scholarship500 that is renewable for 3 years ($2,000 total)Applicant must intend to pursue a career in mathematics education.https://brctm.org/scholarship
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4/26/19Chance Crawford Softball Tournament Scholarship$TBDSee attached scholarship for eligibilityhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1WEjCtUgsF1dK3B3GbAKT8OSEgfqM6I28Nl7estfZgC4/edit?usp=sharingMail application to address listed
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4/26/19Lord Botetourt PTSA$500The PTSA is offering scholarships to graduating seniors. Applicant must be a current member of the LBHS PTSA for the 2018-2019 school year. PTSA membership must have occured on or before November 30, 2018.
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5/2/19Kiwanis Club of Botetourt County$1,500Effort/willingness to work hard. Initiative, drive and persistence. Grades relative to ability. Financial need. Moral character and unselfishness. Ethics, Cooperation and Tolerance. Service to school/community.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qLrJWLrXsaemrr3sIvfkp9zZDOTCuKjQaUQrUZZP53Y/edit?usp=sharingSubmit to Guidance Office
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5/1/19Cavalier Athletic Club ScholarshipThe Cavalier Athletic Club Scholarship is awarded annually to students who display exceptional character both on and off the field to play. To be eligible, students must plan on continuing their education post high school; be a current member of the Cavalier Athletic Club; be in good academic standing (minimum 2.5 GPA) and be a member of at least one varsity sport during his or her senior year.
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5/2/19Ken Shafer Memorial Scholarship$1,000This scholarship will be provided to a local student planning to enroll at either a college, community college, university or technical school in any field of study. To enter and qualify, the applicant must submit a 300-500 word essay addressing this question: "How do you think having Multiple Sclerosis would affect a person's college experience?"ApplicationApply online
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5/3/19Botetourt County Chamber of Commerce$750Applicants must be graduating in the spring of 2019, have a GPA of at least 2.5, have participated in school and community activities, be recommended by 2 adults, and be accepted by and planning to attend an accredited collegeCome to the counseling office for an applicationMail application to address listed
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5/4/19Dane Powers Memorial ScholarshipUnspecifiedGraduating Senior Football/Wrestling Participants for 2018/2019https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CeHZJShy0LAQGo22DJw9x1XsZbZm19De7P_DswjhmKc/edit?usp=sharingMail application to address listed
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5/10/19Betty Barr Memorial Girls' Tennis Scholarship$500Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to a high school senior girl who will be attending college in the fall. ApplicationEmail application to address listed
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5/10/19Fred Rawlings Memorial Boys' Scholarships$500Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to high school senior boys who will be attending college in the fall. ApplicationEmail application to address listed
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5/17/19Crandall & Katt, Attorneys at Law Academic Scholarship$500To enter and qualify, the applicant must submit a 300-word minimum essay adddressing this question:"What will the legal future hold for driverless cars that are involved in accidents?"www.crandallandkattlaw.wixsite.com/scholarship#!
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5/31/19The Appalachian Habitat Association Scholarship$2,000 and $1,000 will be awarded to the top two applicantsApplicants must support the preservation of the hunting tradition, must demonstrate leadership abilities, and must submit an essay exhibiting dedication to wildlife conservation.ApplicationMail application to address listed
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6/1/19SigEp Balanced Man Scholarshiprange from $500 to $1000Sigman Phi Epsilon fraternity chapters at 6 universities in Virginia are offering scholarships that range from $500 to $1000 to incoming freshmen MEN. To qualify, students must be enrolled in either Virginia Tech, CNU, VCU, George Mason University, Radford, or William and Mary. ApplicationApply Online
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6/14/19Abbott & Fenner Scholarship$1,000The A&F Scholarships are available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any accredited post secondary institution. http://www.abbottandfenner.com/scholarships.htmStudents will submit an essay on the topic that appears on the scholarship page of the website.
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6/15/19Horatio Alger National Career & Technical Scholarship Programsee website for detailsThis program provides financial assistance to students throughout the nation who have financial need and have exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity. Criteria also include high school completion in 2019, commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical certificate/degree, Pell eligibility, and a US citizen.ApplicationApply Online
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6/19/2019BigSun Scholarshipsee website for detailsAll student athletes are eligible; student must be a high school senior; student must be attending a post secondary instituteApplicationApply Online
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10/31/2019$1000 DontPayFull Annual Student Scholarship$1,000.00Applicants must currently be in High School, College or University education in a US institution. They must provide a copy of their grade or of their student ID Card. We want to invest in students who need financial help. This is why we are glad to announce the third edition of the "DontPayFull Annual Student Scholarship", sponsored exclusively by DontPayFull. We offer $1000 every year to one eligible student across each institution type (High School, College or University) in the United States.https://www.dontpayfull.com/page/scholarships-for-college-students
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*No specific Deadline*James M. & Mary Dudding Vaughn Scholarship for Randolph-Macon College*unspecified*Eligible students must be accepted to Randolph-Macon College and must plan to attend the College.https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#inbox/FMfcgxvzLDxjkWlMTPRDNzkCbZPxmBCQ?projector=1&messagePartId=0.1Apply to Randolph-Macon College for Consideration.
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CIA Undergraduate Scholarship Programsee website for detailsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
18 years of age by date of application to the scholarship program
Financial need as demonstrated by the gross annual household income ceiling up to $70,000 for a family of four or less, and $80,000 for a family of five or more
If the applicant has not been listed as a dependent for the previous tax year, the gross annual household income ceiling is $35,000 or less
1000 SAT (new official score scale) or 1500 SAT (old score scale); or 21 ACT score or higher (high school students)
Acceptance at a 4-year college/university; or pursuing undergraduate degree as a full time student and enrolled in, or planning to take, at least 12 credits per semester
GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4-point scale for high school and/or college
Availability to work at least two 90-day summer tours prior to graduation and willingness to work at CIA full time after graduation
ApplicationApply Online
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College Board Opportunity ScholarshipsRange from $500 to $40,000Students have the chance to earn scholarships when they: build their college list, practice for the SAT, improve their SAT score, strengthen their college list, fill out the FAFSA and apply to college.https://opportunity.collegeboard.org/?SFMC_cid=EM85689-&rid=68998455Apply Online
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Scholarships for Trade Schools in Virginiasee website for detailsScholarshipsApply Online
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Accounting ScholarshipsScholarshipsApply Online
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