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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 Scholarship Renewable? Financial Need Considered High Schools Eligible College Stipulations GPA Minimum Major/Career Stipulations Notes
Boone County Agriculture Scholarship for High School Students No No LHS, SHS, WeBo, ZHS None 2.5 Agriculture or Agriculture Related Field Buren Scholarship Endowment Yes Yes LHS, SHS, WeBo, ZHS None 2.5 Male student.
Darrell Portell 4-H Scholarship No No Boone County Resident None None None Uses 4-H application and deadline that is different from the CFBC scholarship process.
Eugene O. & Mabel Higgins Scholarship Yes Yes Boone County Resident Indiana college or university 2.5 None Family Music Studio Scholarship No No Boone County Resident None None None Preference is given to a student of Family Music Studio.
Harold and Evelyn Rice Scholarship Possibly No Boone County Resident None None Ministry/Christian Service Joseph K. Tyre and Charlotte Carr Tyre Scholarship Yes Yes Boone County Resident Wabash College 3 None Zionsville Volunteer Fire Department/Larry K. Rust Scholarship No No Boone County Resident None None Public Safety and/or Engineering preferred, but not manditory