Applications for Class of 2022 applicants will open early December 2021 and close early February 2022.


Below is a list of scholarships provided by the Community Foundation of Boone County, available to Sheridan High School students.  Please take a moment to read these FAQs for general information on scholarships and the application process before beginning your scholarship application.

Name of ScholarshipRenewable?Financial Need ConsideredHigh Schools EligibleCollege StipulationsGPA MinimumMajor/Career StipulationsNotes
Boone County Agriculture Scholarship for High School StudentsNoNoLHS, SHS, WeBo, ZHSNone2.5Agriculture or Agriculture Related Field
Buren Scholarship EndowmentYesYesLHS, SHS, WeBo, ZHSNone2.5Male student.
Darrell Portell 4-H ScholarshipNoNoBoone County ResidentNoneNoneNoneUses 4-H application and deadline that is different from the CFBC scholarship process.
Eugene O. & Mabel Higgins ScholarshipYesYesBoone County ResidentIndiana college or university2.5None
Family Music Studio ScholarshipNoNoBoone County ResidentNoneNoneNonePreference is given to a student of Family Music Studio.
Harold and Evelyn Rice ScholarshipPossiblyNoBoone County ResidentNoneNoneMinistry/Christian Service
Joseph K. Tyre and Charlotte Carr Tyre ScholarshipYesYesBoone County ResidentWabash College3None
Zionsville Volunteer Fire Department/Larry K. Rust ScholarshipNoNoBoone County ResidentNoneNonePublic Safety and/or Engineering preferred, but not manditory