CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

Henrico Education Foundation – Highland Springs High School Class of 1967 Scholarship

Created for a Highland Springs graduating senior with financial need planning to pursue a program of study leading to a professional service occupation in Henrico County such as policeman, fireman, EMT, or teacher.  Minimum GPA of 3.0.  See high school counselor for additional information.


Henrico Education Foundation – Ann M. Martin Learning for Life Scholarship

Created for graduates planning to pursue study or training beyond high school with evidence of a commitment to the promotion of libraries and literacy.  Minimum GPA of 2.5 and enrolled in HCPS for at least 3 years. See high school counselor for more details.


Henrico Education Foundation – T. J. Berry Memorial Scholarship

Must pursue a program of study leading to a career in criminal justice and law enforcement (police officers, detectives, special agents); pursuing college ROTC with plans for a military career; training for service professions such as nursing, forensic science, fire science and emergency service (EMT, EMS, paramedic).

Must have a minimum GPA of 2.75.  See high school counselor for more information.



GRASP Last Dollar Scholarships

GRASP scholarship recipients are selected based on both applications and GRASP advisor knowledge of student and family need. At least one student from each high school with a GRASP advisor will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship. Additional scholarships may also be awarded. Last Dollar Scholarships are dependent upon generous donor support.


o Met with the high school GRASP advisor during his or her senior year

o Possess at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average

o Demonstrate unmet financial need (A college financial aid award letter will be requested before the scholarship is granted.)

o Have filed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)



VASWCD Educational Foundation Scholarship

Four $1,000 scholarships to be awarded statewide to full-time students who have applied to a college freshman level curriculum who demonstrate an active interest in conservation.  Applicants shall document a class ranking in top 20% of his/her graduating class or a 3.0 or greater GPA.


Virginia ESL Supervisors’ Association (VESA) Scholarship

Student must have financial need.  Must have at least a 3.0 GPA and have been in the EL program for at least 1 year in high school.  See counselor for details.


Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association High School Scholarship

Available to male or female senior who intends to become a Certified Athletic Trainer.  Must possess scholarship and leadership ability and evidence of interest through experience as a high school athletic trainer and/or attendance of an athletic training seminar or workshop.


Children’s Museum of Richmond – Snow Queen Scholarship

Applicant should be a female who is a junior in high school who would like to serve as the Children’s Museum of Richmond Snow Queen.  Must have love of children, balance of academics and other extracurricular activities.


National Association of Women in Construction(NAWIC)-Richmond Chapter

Available to male or female seniors who plan to pursue a career in a construction related field; must plan to attend a 2 or 4 yr. accredited school; must demonstrate financial need.  Only one application per school will be considered.  See high school counselor for application and counselor’s deadline date.


AIAA – Futures In Aerospace Scholarship

The “Futures in Aerospace” Scholarship is open to all high school seniors who intend to pursue a study in engineering or the physical or applied sciences pertinent to aerospace.

The Selection Committee will determine the winners of the scholarships on the basis of the following items:

• An essay, no more than 1200 words, on the proposed area of study in engineering, physical science, or applied science and its relation to aerospace. The motivation for the choice, any special interests, and expected accomplishments should be stated.

• Scholastic achievement as determined by high school grade point average (converted to a scale 0.0 to 4.0) and score on the Scholastic Aptitude (SAT) or other college entrance tests.

• A letter of recommendation by a high school faculty member with personal classroom knowledge of the applicant’s abilities.

• Potential for leadership as indicated by the applicant’s record of extracurricular activities.