|April 19||Sons of Italy||Scholarship Award Process 2018:
Initial Qualifying Factor: Scholarship may be provided for any St. Johns County
high school student with a demonstrable Italian-American heritage (of any
proportion) and will be judged utilizing the following general criteria. Applicants must
currently reside in St. Johns County and plan to be in a program of study in the fall
of 2018 at an accredited institution of higher education. This includes a four-year
college or university, a two- year community college, or a vocational/technical
1. Additional Criteria:
a. Candidates will be judged based on academic achievement (minimum
3.0 in high school).
b. Recipient must be currently enrolled full-time in St. Johns County.
c. Partial preference for this scholarship is provided to students whose
parents do not have a baccalaureate degree.
d. Applicants must be of good character, and have contributed to
community, church, school, or home/family in some active
e. This scholarship criterion has a need-based, partial preference
component for a degree seeking, St. Johns County Florida resident.
Applicants with demonstrated financial need (expected family income
based on FAFSA) will also be given some consideration.
f. High school undergraduate students who demonstrate substantial
financial need, and are accepted in postsecondary educational
institutions and whose parents have not earned a baccalaureate or
higher degree, should clearly so state.
2. If there are no qualifying St. Johns County students applying, the scholarship
may be awarded to an out of St Johns County, Florida student.
a. Complete the attached application form.
b. Enclose an official high school transcript.
c. Provide two letters of recommendation from your high school
counselor and/or teachers.
d. Provide news clippings or other evidence of your activities and
participation in community support.
4. In order to be eligible for the current year, all applications and supporting
documents must be submitted to:Please see the following for information about this local scholarship:SONS OF ITALY award process 2018 REV ASONS OF ITALY scholarship applicationREV C
|April 6||Florida First Coast Coalition of Labor Union Women Eighth Annual Scholarship Award||
The CLUW scholarship is a one time scholarship for 500.00 given to a graduating hish school senior
Please see attached for more information.
|April 5||National Naval Officers Association (NNOA) Jacksonville Chapter||
National Naval Officers Association (NNOA) Jacksonville Chapter Scholarship to St. John County High School.
see attached for information:
|April 7||AFSA National Scholarship Essay Grant||
|April 2||St Johns County Horse Council||
The St Johns County Horse Council Scholarship is awarded to outstanding youth in NE Florida pursuing higher education in a college or university. The St Johns County Horse Council Scholarship is awarded to the sons and daughters of SJCHC members or to an individual SJCHC member in good standing.
1) Applicant must be a current member of the St Johns County Horse Council in good standing, either as an Individual or as part of a Family membership.
2) Applicant must be majoring in a field of study preparing them for a career in the equine industry.
3) Applicant must have demonstrated a record of activity in the equine industry prior to college application.
4) Scholarship may also be used for Graduate School or Vet School.
|April 3||Jerad Revels Scholarship||
Students please note, The application is dated for the 2016-17 school year. I will still be used for this current school year.
The deadline for Jerad Revels Scholarship will be April 3rd.
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior who plans to pursue
agriculture or outdoor recreation (sports, hun
|April 1||Ancient City Auto Club||
The Ancient City Auto Club offers two $750 scholarships to students who want to go to school & study in the field of Automotive Technology available to St. Johns County male & female students. Priority will be given to applicants ages 18-25. Applications can be sent to Bill Soman, 1186 San Jose Forest Drive, St. Augustine FL 32080. Questions, please call 904.461.9595 or email [email protected]. Interviews will be conducted by members of the ACAC.
SJR State Collier-Blocker Minority In-District Scholarship 2018-2019
The SJR State Collier-Blocker Minority In-District Scholarships are designed specifically for minority residents of SJR State’s service district who would potentially otherwise not have the ability to attend college. A minimum total of 12 scholarships will be available each year to students from Clay, Putnam, and St. Johns Counties. This scholarship is for students at the Postsecondary Adult Vocational or Associate Degree level only (the scholarship will not cover Bachelor’s level coursework). Students are selected on the basis of their desire to pursue their education at SJR State and their demonstrated ability to succeed in college. The value of the scholarship includes tuition, fees, and all required textbooks for up to 36 semester hours of enrollment at SJR State per academic year in addition to a stipend for other expenses such as room and board and/or commuting expenses of $1,200 per year for full time students ($500 fall and spring and $200 summer) and $600 per year for part-time students ($250 fall and spring and $100 summer). The Collier-Blocker Scholarship cannot be used for Bachelor’s degree classes at St. Johns River State College.
Procedures for Applying:
Submit the following documents no later than April 1, 2018:
| April 1
Procedures for Applying:
Submit the following documents which must be received by the deadline of April 1, 2018:
|April 6||St. Augustine Sunrise Rotary Club.||
2018 Scholarship Application from the St. Augustine Sunrise Rotary Club. The one-time scholarship is for $1,000 and is paid directly to the student, so it can be used for tuition, fees, housing, transportation, computers, etc. to meet the student’s needs . Applications are due to Kathy Mignerey by April 6, 2018.
|Application deadline is April 9, 2018||Tucker McCarty Health Science Scholarship||
Tucker McCarty Health Science Scholarship Application
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior enrolled in Flagler Hospital Academy of Medical and Health Careers at Pedro Menendez High School, St. Johns County. One scholarship will be awarded annually.
|April 9, 2017||David Toner Scholarship||
David Toner Scholarship Application
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior enrolled at a high school in St. Johns County who plans to attend Florida State University. One scholarship will be awarded annually.
|April 9, 2018||Laurie Bennett Ellis Scholarship||
Laurie Bennett Ellis Scholarship Application
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior enrolled at a high school in St. Johns County or a graduate of St. Johns County Public Schools who is now majoring in education at either a 2 or 4 year college with the goal of becoming a teacher. One scholarship will be awarded annually.
|April 1||FSCA 2018 College Scholarship Competition||
FSCA 2018 College Scholarship Competition
Eligibility and General Guidelines:
Deadline to Apply: April 1, 2017
Click Here for the Application Package!
|April 9||Leonards||Leonard R. Tucker, Sr. Memorial Scholarship
Leonard’s will award up to three $1000 scholarships to St. Johns County graduating seniors.
Please be sure that you meet the following criteria:
Y Eligible to graduate June of 2018
Y Full-time St. Johns County student
Y Enrolled in one of the career academies or a member of the school’s yearbook staff
Y Minimum grade point average of 3.0
Y Enrolled full-time in a post-secondary, (after high school) degree program beginning
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|April 23||Kiwanis Club of St. Augustine||
Kiwanis Club of St. Augustine
The Kiwanis Club of St. Augustine will award four $500 scholarships to students attending St. Augustine High School, St. Joseph’s Academy, Pedro Menendez High School, Florida School for
The Deaf & Blind and St Augustine Technical High School. Each recipient will be allocated $500.
The scholarships will be awarded to graduating seniors entering college in the summer/fall of 2018. The conditions of the award are that the recipients must enroll as full-time, degree seeking student at regionally accredited colleges or universities in the United States.
Scholarships are based on academic achievement, citizenship, and leadership without regard to financial need. Candidates must rank in the upper 30 percent of their class, and must score above the 50th percentile on either the ACT or SAT. In addition, candidates must be exemplary school citizens and should be regarded as leaders in their schools. Participation in extracurricular activities is an important consideration in the selection process.