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Below is a list of scholarships which are NOT administered by the CFBC. It is certainly not an exhaustive list of all scholarships available in Boone County and we encourage you to seek out other opportunities. We are happy to list these for the information of potential applicants, but cannot be responsible for the accuracy of the information. Continue to check this page as more information may become available throughout the scholarship season. Please contact the organization directly for more information regarding these scholarships.
Tri Kappa High School Scholarship: Current high school seniors who live within the Lebanon or Western Boone School districts may apply for this scholarship. Students must submit an application, photo, essays, transcript, and letters of references. Click here to download the application. Application must be postmarked by March 15.
Tri Kappa Women’s Continuing Education Scholarship: This scholarship is offered to women living in Boone County who are going back to school. Applicants must have been out of school for a minimum of 5 years. Click here to download the application.
NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing: The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing honors young women at the high-school level for their computing-related achievements and interests. Awardees are selected for their computing and IT aptitude, leadership ability, academic history, and plans for post-secondary education. For more information and to apply visit www.aspirations.org/participate/high-school. Applications accepted September – November.
Are you passionate about creating a tobacco-free world? Tobacco-Free Life awards $2,000 in scholarships each quarter to students who are committed to preventing the suffering and death caused by smoking. If you share our vision, we want to support you in your academic study.
Tobacco-Free Life is offering scholarship awards to the students who best demonstrate their skills in encouraging smokers to break free of their addiction by creating a well-researched and evidence-based paper offering advice to tobacco users.
For more information and to apply visitwww.tobaccofreelife.org/scholarship/.
SOY Scholarship: The Secure Optimal Yield (SOY) Scholarship is a $5,000 one-time scholarship award presented to an eligible High School Senior who is going to pursue Agriculture as a degree area of study at any accredited College or University. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA and be the child or grandchild of a current American Soybean Association member. For more information and to apply visit soygrowers.com/award-programs/soy-scholarship/. Applications accepted September – November.
The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards: If you’ve made a difference by volunteering in your community over the past year, you could receive a scholarship and trip to Washington D.C.! The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards was created to recognize students in middle and high school grades who have demonstrated exemplary community service. Awards are presented on the local, state, and national levels. To apply, visit spirit.prudential.com. Select the application link and follow the instructions. Applications accepted September – November.
Richard G. Lugar Minority Scholarship: The Fund for Hoosier Excellence and the Richard G. Lugar Scholarship program are awarding two $20,000 and eight $4,000 schoslarships to minority seniors. Two seniors (one male and one female) from an Indiana high school will be nominated for this scholarship. To be eligible, students must be a minority high school senior (African American, Hispanic, or Native American), intend to enroll in an Indiana college or university, have a minimum combined critical reading and math SAT score of 1000 or ACT composite score of 22, and have a “B” average (2.7) or higher. If you meet these qualifications and would like to be considered for nomination, see your counselor for an application. Click here for more information.
Carson Scholars Fund: Educators may nominate one student in grades 4-11 to apply for a $1,000 scholarship. Students must exemplify academic excellence and humanitarian qualities. Nominees must have a 3.75 or higher GPA for this school year and have extensive community service. If you are interested in being a nominee, visit the website and speak to your counselor.
QuitDay.org Scholarship: The QuitDay scholarship is awarded to students each year who share their vision for a smoke-free world. Help make higher education smoke-free! Scholarship award: $3,000 total, awarded to three students. Click here to apply. Application deadline forthcoming.
Ottinger-Sprong Foundation Scholarships
Education Scholarship – The Ottinger-Sprong Foundation proudly offers a $1000 non-renewable scholarship to a graduating senior at Zionsville Community High School. This scholarship is to recognize and reward the achievement and ambition of one who desires to pursue a degree in education. Check back for application.
Leadership/Community Service Scholarship – The Ottinger-Sprong Foundation proudly offers a $1000 non-renewable scholarship to a graduating senior at Zionsville Community High School. This scholarship is to recognize and reward one who demonstrates leadership skills and a commitment to community service. Check back for application.
Vocational Scholarship – The Ottinger-Sprong Foundation proudly offers a $1000 non-renewable scholarship to a graduating senior at Zionsville Community High School. This scholarship is to recognize and reward one who demonstrates skills and ambition in pursuing vocational interests. Check back for application.
Contact your Guidance Counselor for details.
State Bank of Lizton Scholarships
State Bank of Lizton offers scholarships to seniors in these Boone County high schools: Lebanon, Western Boone, Zionsville. Applicants must plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited four year college or university in Indiana and plan to major in Business.
The one time scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded, one per high school, if a qualified applicant is identified. Applicants are chosen on the basis of academics, extracurricular activities, community service involvement, and recommendations of counselors and teachers. Financial need will be considered. Recipients must demonstrate a need of $1,000 or greater.
Contact your Guidance Counselor for details.
ZHS Booster Club Scholarship: Click Here to Apply
Zionsville Lion’s Club Scholarship: The scholarship winner will be awarded a $3,000.00 scholarship ($750.00 per year) over the period of 4 years. The winner must be a graduating senior from Zionsville Community High School. The student must attend an accredited college or university and participate in a four-year program to graduation. The Lions Club Scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria. Community service to school and/or local community, School activities/leadership, Essay/autobiography, Scholarship achievement, Financial need (no other significant funds available) and Recommendations. Click Here for more information and to apply. Applications due in March.
Rotary Club of Zionsville: The student must be a resident living within the boundaries of the Zionsville Community Schools or a child of a member in good standing of the Rotary Club of Zionsville and a current year high school graduate. If a child of a member in good standing, the Rotarian must have been a member for at least two years prior to the date of the scholarship application. Contact your Guidance Counselor for details.