CFG ScholarBank

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Recent Scholarships

Brookfield Homes – Lisa Sechrist Memorial Scholarship

Open to underprivileged women to finance their higher education.  Must be high school graduate, applied or accepted to an accredited 4-year college or university, or other post-high school institution.  Special consideration given to members of honors society or sports or other extra-curricular activity.


Bettie Weaver Elementary School PTA Scholarship

The PTA of Bettie Weaver Elementary School (BWE) has established a scholarship grant to a college-bound graduating senior. Open to any college-bound graduating senior who attended Bettie Weaver Elementary School for all or part of elementary school. Candidates should demonstrate respect and awareness for his/her community and the environment. Volunteer work aimed at the conservation of natural resources (i.e. planting trees, maintenance of wooded hiking trails, recycling, energy/water/soil conservation) and/or other volunteer involvement in the local community is of special interest.  See High School Counselor.


Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Scholarship Program

Qualified candidates should have an interest in pursuing a career in domestic or international business which could be in the area of accounting, corporate law, marketing, finance, investment banking, real estate, etc. Selection criteria includes a combination of academic achievement, demonstrated leadership ability, desire to pursue a business career, work experience, community service and recommendations. Financial need may also be used as part of the selection criteria. Accreditation is required of high schools and colleges. Applicant must be a legal resident of Central Virginia.


Armenian Education Center of Virginia

Each year the Armenian Education Center awards a scholarship to the winner of their essay contest. These essay questions help students to generate awareness and build a general understanding of the Armenian Genocide.  This scholarship is available to 9-12 grade students.


American Saddlebred Horse Association of Virginia (ASHAV) Scholarship

Open to high school graduate members of ASHAV under age 21 who demonstrate financial need, a commitment to the American Saddlebred industry, and academic success.