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Scholarships for Graduating Seniors are awarded annually to graduating students. These scholarships are funded through endowments as well as annual contributions by businesses and individuals in the community. The foundation has more than $250,000 in endowed or designated scholarship funds.

*To apply for these scholarships please contact the counseling department of the school.

Applications for 2022 Scholarships will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 29, 2022.

Scholarship Descriptions

  • Kyle P. Stoeckli Memorial Scholarship

    The Kyle P. Stoeckli Memorial Scholarship was established by the family and friends of Kyle Stoeckli, a 2010 Cosby High school graduate. This scholarship is for graduating seniors of Cosby High School who exhibit diligence and determination, are supportive of other students have work experience and have participated in sports.

  • Matthew G. Gwaltney Memorial Scholarship

    The Matthew G. Gwaltney Memorial Scholarship was established by the family of Matthew Gwaltney, a 2001 Thomas Dale Graduate. This scholarship is for graduating seniors of Thomas Dale High School pursuing a four-year college or university degree in engineering, science, math, or journalism.

  • Thomas R. Fulghum Scholarship

    The Thomas R. Fulghum Teaching Scholarship was established by Mr. Thomas R. Fulghum, a previous CCPS Superintendent. This scholarship is for graduating CCPS students pursuing a career as an educator or teacher.

  • JAWS Educational Scholarship

    The JAWS Educational Scholarship was established by the family in memory of Justin Andrew Williams, a Thomas Dale High school graduate. This scholarship is for graduating seniors of Thomas Dale High school.

  • Gray Scholarship

    The Frederick T. Gray and Evelyn J. Gray Scholarship was established by their children as a lasting legacy of the hard work performed and dedication felt by their parents for the members of their community. This scholarship is for graduating seniors of Thomas Dale High School that are pursuing pre-med courses in college, medical, or nursing schools.

  • Kevin Agee Memorial Scholarship

    The Agee Scholarship was established by the family of Kevin Agee, a 1995 graduate of L.C. Bird High School. This scholarship is for graduating seniors of L.C.Bird High School or Midlothian High School that have taken courses in photography.

  • Emily Cashion Hughes Scholarship

    The Emily Cashion Hughes Scholarship was established in her memory. Mrs. Hughes was a CCPS school counselor for over twenty years. This scholarship is for graduating seniors for technical school tuition, skills trade training for HVAC repair, or any skilled trade or technical education.

  • Coach Krausse Student-Athlete Scholarship

    The Coach Krausse Student-Athlete Scholarship was established in honor of boys volleyball coach Charlie Krausse. This scholarship is for graduating seniors of Manchester High School who played a sport all four years (does not have to be volleyball) and consistently added to the betterment of the team through hard work, commitment, and positive attitude.

  • Robyn Kim Choir Scholarship

    The Robyn Kim Choir Scholarship was established in honor of Robyn Kim. This scholarship is for graduating seniors of Manchester High School who participated in choir all four years and consistently added to the betterment of the choir through hard work, commitment, and positive attitude.

  • Pamela White MHS School Counseling Scholarship

    The Pamela White MHS School Counseling Scholarship was established in honor of Pamela White. This scholarship is for graduating seniors of Manchester High School who held a leadership position within the school for at least two years and who exemplified the Manchester spirit through their service and commitment to the student body and their positive attitude.

  • Theresa Goad CTC School Counseling Scholarship

    The Theresa Goad CTC School Counseling Scholarship was established in honor of Theresa Goad. This scholarship is for graduating seniors of Manchester High School who completed at least two years in one of the CTC programs and who exemplifies the ideals of commitment, hard work, and a positive attitude.

Our Impact This Year

  • Students Served in Our County

    63,000+

  • Languages Spoken by Students

    15+

  • Percentage of CCPS Schools Accredited by VDoE

    100%

  • Students Economically Disadvantaged

    20,000+

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