Financial Aid & Scholarships


Financial Aid...

FAFSA - (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) 

** October 1st** is the new date that you can now submit your FAFSA starting on.

The FAFSA asks for information about you (your name, date of birth, address, etc.) your student and about your families financial situation. Depending on your circumstances (for instance, when you filed taxes or what tax form you used), you might need the following information or documents as you fill out the FAFSA:


  • Your Social Security number (it’s important that you enter it correctly on the FAFSA!)
  • Your parents’ Social Security numbers if you are a dependent student
  • Your driver’s license number if you have one
  • Your Alien Registration Number if you are not a U.S. citizen
  • Federal tax information or tax returns including IRS W-2 information, for you (and your spouse, if you are married), and for your parents if you are a dependent student:
    • IRS 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ
    • Foreign tax return, or
    • Tax return for Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Marshall Islands, the Federal States of Micronesia, or Palau
  • Records of your untaxed income, such as child support received, interest income, and veterans noneducation benefits, for you, and for your parents if you are a dependent student
  • Information on cash; savings and checking account balances; investments, including stocks and bonds and real estate but not including the home in which you live; and business and farm assets for you, and for your parents if you are a dependent student


Scholarships...

Suggested areas to look for scholarships:

1. At the college or university with which the student is applying. Check each individual school's website to
determine what the criteria and deadlines are for awards.

2. On-line students will find a variety of resources to assist in the scholarship search. A listing of suggested links 
include:

-College.gov

This website sponsored by the Department of Education provides comprehensive information about why to go,
how to go, and how to pay for college. www.college.gov

-Fast Web

Conduct a free scholarship search online, answering a series of questions about your

qualifications/traits. www.fastweb.com

-The St. Louis Scholarship Guide

This guide was put together by The St. Louis Public School District and includes college planning timelines,
FAFSA tips, and a listing of scholarships available to students in the St. Louis/ Missouri areas. 
www.slps.org (at this site search for ‘Scholarship Guide)

-DECA

A database students can search for college entrepreneurship programs. www.entrepreneurU.org

-SallieMae

More than just financial aid information, this website includes interactive calculators to estimate the cost of 
college, forecast savings, and estimate loan payments. 
www.salliemae.com

-GoCollege

Offers the Scholarship 101 “lite” version, with 1,200 sources of scholarships, for free. For a fee, “All” Scholarship 
101 sources are available. 
www.gocollege.com

Also, check out scholarships.com and collegeprowler.com

3. Students should check with any community organizations with which they or their family members are a 
part.

4. Both student's employers and companies where parents are employed should be researched for scholarship 
possibilities.


Be aware that scholarship scams do exist. Students should never have to pay to apply for a scholarship or pay to 
have a company find scholarships for them. If you are suspicious of a certain website, please visit 
www.finaid.org/finaid/scams.html for more information.
            
**2017-2018 scholarships will come out later in the year, please check back. Thank You!

2016-2017 SCHOLARSHIPS
Highlighted Scholarships are no longer available 
----------------------------------------------------------------------

VANTAGE CREDIT UNION - 20- $1,000 Scholarships. Apps. are online at vcu.com. Deadline: 01/06/17 
More info in the front office.


ELKS - Apps are online at www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/applyMVS.cfm
Deadline: 11/30/16.                                  

PEOPLES BANK & TRUST  - for students with a 2.75 gpa. Email mcdanieltl@warrencor3.k12.mo.us for an 
application. Deadline: 3/15/17.

 

 

GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION - seniors who excel in leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship.  Apps 
are at: reaganfoundation.org/scholarships

MO ASSOCIATION OF FAIRS AND FESTIVALS - 
open to seniors who participated in a MAFF 
member-fair. Apps are at: mofairs.org. Deadline: 11/28/16. 


MONSANTO FUND - open to students i n agriculture. Apply at ffa.org/scholarships. Due 02/01/17

KC ASSOCIATION EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTORS - Students interested in heavy equipment and diesel
mechanics.  Applications are in the office.  Due: 3/1/2017
   

MISSOURI BANKERS FOUNDATION - Students who are interested in a career in banking.  Applications are in 
the front office.  Due: 3/10/2017


ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA FRATERNITY - For MALE students attending MIZZOU.  Apply at agsig.org/scholarship
Due: 3/15/2017


MISSOURI STATE FAIR - Applicants must have participated in State Fair and be in 4-H or FFA.  Applications are
in the front office.  Due: 2/1/2017


NATIONAL DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION - Open to ALL students.  Applications can be found 
under the Charities Tab at www.ndtascottstlouis.org  Due: 3/1/2017


MFA WENTZVILLE - Open to any student who plans to earn a Bachelor of Arts or Science.  Applications are in 
the front office.  Due: 3/10/2017


AVA'S GRACE - Open to any student who have or have had an incarcerated parent.  Applications can be found
at avasgrace.org   Due: 4/15/2017

HANSEN INJURY LAW - Open to students who have been impacted by car accidents or other types of accidents.  
Applications can be found at hanseninjurylawfirm.com/scholarships   Due: 8/1/2017

SIGMA ALPHA - Open to senior GIRLS planning to attend MIZZOU and major in Agriculture.  Applications are 
located in the front office.   Due: 3/24/2017


FCS FINANCIAL - Available to seniors whose parents or grandparents are members of FCS.  Applications can be 
found at www.myfcsfinancial.com/scholarships   Due: 3/1/2017


MISSOURI INSURANCE EDUCATION FOUNDATION - For seniors interested in an insurance, risk management 
or actuarial science course of study at a Missouri college or university.  Applications can be found at:  mief.org
Due: 3/31/2017

MISSOURI COURAGE SCHOLARSHIP - For students with a desire to work for change to advance the lives of 
LGBTO individuals & other groups that have face discrimination.  Applications at: courage-scholarship.org
Due: 3/31/2017

PATRIOTS GUARD RIDERS - For students who are a child of military or first responder who have passed away 
or are injured.  Applications can be picked up in the front office.  Due: 4/1/2017

WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS 
*Applications are available in the office. Most applications are due back to the office on March 21st by
 3:00 PM- no exceptions. Please check each application for the due date. 

1.“48” SCHOLARSHIP2017 48 Scholarship.pdf
The "48" scholarship is in memory of past graduate Randy Ray Mcleod. Randy was a great student and athlete at Warrenton High School. He graduated with the class of 2001, and went on to serve in the U.S Navy and Missouri
Army National Guard. Randy’s life ended on April 13, 2006, way too early. This $480 scholarship is funded by
Richy and Hannah Kohler in memory of him and is OPEN TO ALL GRADUATING SENIORS. 

2.BIG RED BOOSTERS2017 Big Red Boosters.pdf 
The Big Red Booster Scholarship Program will provide a $500 academic scholarship to ONE MALE AND 
ONE FEMALE ATHLETE EACH YEAR. The scholarship payment may be used for tuition and books at an accredited institution. Payments will be made directly to the college or university attending in the name of the recipient(s). 

3.BROCKFELD SCHOLARSHIP2017 Brockfeld.pdf 
The Brockfeld family is sponsoring a $750 scholarship in memory of G. A. Brockfeld, Nell M. Brockfeld and Jon A. Brockfeld. The scholarship is intended to assist STUDENTS ENTERING A BUSINESS RELATED MAJOR, SKILLED 
TRADE OR PROFESSIONAL CAREER. Selection is based on school record, work experience, a written paragraph 
stating reasons for applying and academic standing. 

4.DANIEL BOONE RETIRED TEACHERS /SCHOOL PERSONNEL SCHOLARSHIP2017 Daniel Boone Retired Teachers.pdf 
The purpose of this scholarship is to promote teaching through the offering of a $500 scholarship. Students must
be 2017 graduates from a public high school in Warren County who are PLANNING CAREERS IN TEACHER 
EDUCATION. 

5.DANNY J. MARTIN MEMORIAL AND DR. JAMES CALE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-WARRENTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE2017 Danny J Martin and Dr James Cale.pdf 
This $500 scholarship is sponsored by the Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce. Recipient must be sponsored 
by a Chamber member. Each Chamber member may sponsor only one (1) scholarship applicant each year. 
Recipient must plan to attend a two year college, four year college or vocational school. Academics, community 
and school involvement will all be considered. 
                              
6.GEORGE AND MELNA BOLM SCHOLARSHIP2017 Bolm.pdf 
George and Melna Bolm of Warrenton offer two scholarships ($500 each) to one male and one female student
who plan to MAJOR IN AN AGRICULTURE RELATED AREA with preference for a student attending the University of Missouri-Columbia. If no agriculture students qualify, health care at the University of Missouri will be considered. 

7.IAABO-IAFO SCHOLARSHIP- 
The International Association of Approved Basketball Officials and The Interscholastic Association of Football 
Officials have established scholarships in order to support the young men and women in the schools they officiate.
Any high school senior who is a US citizen is eligible. Students must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average in
order to apply. The deadline for this application is April 4, 2017 by 3:00 PM. This application is submitted online 
only. Copy the link to complete the application https://goo.gl/forms/YTltqiQOJWRPYh1o1. 

8.KAY SHORES MEMORIAL GRANT AND AID2017 Kay Shores.pdf 
The local chapter of Gamma Alpha offers a $500 scholarship to a female graduate planning to further her 
education. The scholarship is open to FEMALE STUDENTS WHO ARE PLANNING A CAREER IN EDUCATION. 
Selection will be by a committee of members of Gamma Alpha. 

9.LOUIS W. GUNTHER SCHOLARSHIP2017 Gunther.pdf 
This scholarship is sponsored by Frieden’s United Church of Christ. It is for students who are PLANNING TO 
BECOME A REGISTERED NURSE. Students do not have to be members of Frieden’s United Church of Christ to 
apply. 

10.MARGARET PRINGLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP- 2017 Pringle.pdf 
2- $1,000 scholarships will go to STUDENTS WHO ARE ATTENDING A VOCATIONAL OR TECHNICAL SCHOOL and STUDENTS WHO ARE PLANNING TO PLAY A SPORT IN COLLEGE, BUT HAVE NOT EARNED A SCHOLARSHIP FOR IT. Preference will be given to students attending a Missouri college or university. 

11.MARINE CORPS LEAGUE RICHARD SCOTT HAYMES SCHOLARSHIP- 2017 Marine Corp.pdf 
This scholarship is for children, a spouse, siblings, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and step children of an 
active duty, reserve duty or honorable discharged veteran of the United States Marine Corps or US Navy FMF
Corpsman. Or a member of the Marine Corps League or Marine Corps League Women’s Auxiliary. 3.0 GPA or better is required. The deadline for this application is April 1, 2017. 

12.MFA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP2017 MFA.pdf 
The scholarship may be used at the college or university of your choice and toward any course of study you 
desire to pursue. The amount of the scholarship is $2,000. The local selection committee considers the following:
scholastic progress, citizenship, extra-curricular activities, educational plans, and financial need. The deadline for
this application is March 15, 2017 (Spring Break) SO students need to have completed forms to Mrs. McDaniel by 
March 10th. 
         
13. PEOPLE’S BANK AND TRUST SCHOLARSHIP- 
This scholarship is sponsored by the People’s Bank and Trust. Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA to be 
considered. The scholarship is for $2000 each year and can be renewed for up to 4 years. There is an essay and 
a financial need component to the application. The deadline for this application is March 15, 2017. Students must
email Mrs. McDaniel for the online application- mcdanieltl@warrencor3.k12.mo.us. 

14.RAYMOND & MARIE SPRICK SCHOLARSHIP2017 Sprick.pdf 
The Raymond & Marie Sprick Scholarship Fund was established to aid deserving WHS graduates who will be 
pursuing further education in the specific areas of HEALTH CARE, EDUCATION AND AGRICULTURE/CONSERVATION. Two- $1,000 scholarships will be awarded annually, one or more in each of the above areas. The amount will vary
each year. Students do not have to be members of Frieden’s United Church of Christ to apply. 

15.ROTARY CLUB OF WARREN COUNTY2017 Rotary.pdf 
The Rotary Club of Warren County has awarded nearly $1 million in scholarships to college bound high school 
seniors since 1990. This is Rotary’s way of encouraging academic excellence. Any student living in the Warren 
County R-III School District is eligible to apply for the Rotary Scholarship. Children of Warren County Rotarians 
may apply regardless of which high school they attend. Five $1,500 scholarships for the 2016 school year will be awarded to underwrite college expenses. The deadline for this application is April 15, 2017 by 8:00 AM. 

16.SCHOWENGERDT FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP2017 Schowengerdt.pdf 
Ms. Margaret Schowengerdt of Warrenton established the Schowengerdt Family Scholarship in 1994. It is intended
to assist graduates of Warrenton High School who will attend the UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI COLUMBIA. The 
number and amount of scholarships may vary yearly and are based on academic achievement, character, 
personality, industry, and ambition. Financial need may be a consideration. 

17.SHELTER INSURANCE FOUNDATION & KEITH HUFF SCHOLARSHIP2017 Shelter.pdf 
This scholarship will be awarded annually to graduating seniors who attend high schools that are approved and accredited by the states’ departments of education. The scholarship will be in the amount of $2,000. A selection committee will consider applicants’ scholastic achievement, participation and leadership in school and community activities, citizenship and moral character, and educational goals. 

18.THE MISSOURI BANK SCHOLARSHIP2017 The MO Bank.pdf 
The Missouri Bank of Warrenton awards 2-$1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors who will be attending a 
college or university. Factors considered in the selection are grade point average, college admissions test scores, 
student curriculum, financial need, and extracurricular activities. 
                 
19.TYLER ROMAKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP2017 Tyler Romaker.pdf 
This scholarship is provided by the WHS Class of 2012 and the Romaker Family in memory of Tyler Romaker. 
Tyler was a graduate from WHS, and a senior at the Univ. of Missouri at the time of his motorcycle accident that 
ended his life at the age of 22. This $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior who will be: 
attending the Univ. of Missouri, pursuing a major in Music, wishes to be involved in a university’s orchestra, 
marching band, OR is considering the Army ROTC University Program. 

20.WARREN COUNTY FARM BUREAU SCHOLARSHIP- 2017 Farm Bureau.pdf 
The Warren County Farm Bureau offers a $500 scholarship. Student’s FAMILY MUST BE WARREN COUNTY FARM 
BUREAU MEMBERS on or before January 1, 2017. Applicants may major in any discipline, but PREFERENCE WILL
BE GIVEN TO THOSE ENROLLING IN AN AG FIELD. Application deadline is April 1, 2017 by 8:00 AM to 
Mrs. McDaniel. 

21.WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ROLE MODEL SCHOLARSHIP2017 Sheriffs Dept.pdf 
The Warren County Sheriff’s Department and the Warren County D.A.R.E. Program provide a $1,000 scholarship 
to a senior who is planning on furthering their education. Emphasis is placed on being a citizen of good character
and being a positive role model. 

22.WARRENTON FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIP- 2017 Warrenton Fire Dept.pdf 
The Warrenton Fire Protection District sponsors a $500 scholarship in honor of fallen firefighters. It is open to 
students who have been active in school activities and who have maintained good grades. Selection is made by members of the fire protection district. 

23.WARRENTON FIRE PROTECTION LADIES AUXILIARY- 2017 Ladies Auxilliary.pdf 
We will be awarding 2- $500 scholarships to individuals who are residents of the Warrenton Fire Protection 
District and are PURSUING A CAREER IN EMERGENCY HEALTH CARE OR FIREFIGHTING SERVICES. Each applicant
must include a 500 word essay stating why they deserve the scholarship and must attach two letters of recommendation. 

24.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP- 2017 WHS Alumni.pdf 
The WHS Alumni Assoc. offers several $1,000 scholarships with academic standing and school and community involvement as the main selection criteria. Selection is made by the WHS Alumni Assoc. 

25.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL IT CLUB SCHOLARSHIP2017 IT Club.pdf 
The WHS Industrial Technology Club offers a scholarship to students pursuing technological fields or education
degrees. Preference will be given to IT Club members. 

26.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL NHS SCHOLARSHIP2017 NHS.pdf 
The WHS National Honor Society will offer 2- $100 scholarships to active NHS members. 

27.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL STAFF SCHOLARSHIP2017 WHS Staff.pdf 
The WHS Staff offers a scholarship to a graduating senior planning to attend college. Academic standing, school involvement and financial need are considerations. Selection is made by WHS staff. 

28.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP2017 StuCo.pdf 
The Warrenton High School Student Council offers a $500 scholarship to Student Council senior members and a
$500 scholarship to a graduating senior (any senior can apply) planning to attend college. Academic standing, 
school involvement and financial need are considerations. Selection is made by members of Student Council. 

29.WISE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP2017 WISE.pdf 
The WISE Foundation will award several scholarships (the number will vary each year). Consideration is given to academic standing and community involvement. This is open to all graduating seniors. Deadline is March 31, 2017 

30.WOODROW WILSON BLACKWOOD SCHOLARSHIP2017 Woodrow Wilson Blackwood.pdf 
Each year, the Warrenton Education Association, in memory of Mr. Blackwood, a former Warren County R 3
teacher, offers 2- $1,000 scholarships to GRADUATES PLANNING TO BECOME TEACHERS. Applicants must 
complete an application form stating educational goals and listing two references. Academic record, educational 
goals and financial need are considered. Selection is made by a committee of the Warrenton Education
Association. 














                               


 

 

 

 

Suggested areas to look for scholarships:

1. At the college or university with which the student is applying. Check each individual school's website to
determine what the criteria and deadlines are for awards.

2. On-line students will find a variety of resources to assist in the scholarship search. A listing of suggested links 
include:

-College.gov

This website sponsored by the Department of Education provides comprehensive information about why to go,
how to go, and how to pay for college. www.college.gov

-Fast Web

Conduct a free scholarship search online, answering a series of questions about your

qualifications/traits. www.fastweb.com

-The St. Louis Scholarship Guide

This guide was put together by The St. Louis Public School District and includes college planning timelines,
FAFSA tips, and a listing of scholarships available to students in the St. Louis/ Missouri areas. 
www.slps.org (at this site search for ‘Scholarship Guide)

-DECA

A database students can search for college entrepreneurship programs. www.entrepreneurU.org

-SallieMae

More than just financial aid information, this website includes interactive calculators to estimate the cost of 
college, forecast savings, and estimate loan payments. 
www.salliemae.com

-GoCollege

Offers the Scholarship 101 “lite” version, with 1,200 sources of scholarships, for free. For a fee, “All” Scholarship 
101 sources are available. 
www.gocollege.com

Also, check out scholarships.com and collegeprowler.com

3. Students should check with any community organizations with which they or their family members are a 
part.

4. Both student's employers and companies where parents are employed should be researched for scholarship 
possibilities.


Be aware that scholarship scams do exist. Students should never have to pay to apply for a scholarship or pay to 
have a company find scholarships for them. If you are suspicious of a certain website, please visit 
www.finaid.org/finaid/scams.html for more information.
            
**2017-2018 scholarships will come out later in the year, please check back. Thank You!

2016-2017 SCHOLARSHIPS
Highlighted Scholarships are no longer available 
----------------------------------------------------------------------

VANTAGE CREDIT UNION - 20- $1,000 Scholarships. Apps. are online at vcu.com. Deadline: 01/06/17 
More info in the front office.


ELKS - Apps are online at www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/applyMVS.cfm
Deadline: 11/30/16.                                  

PEOPLES BANK & TRUST  - for students with a 2.75 gpa. Email mcdanieltl@warrencor3.k12.mo.us for an 
application. Deadline: 3/15/17.

 

 

GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION - seniors who excel in leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship.  Apps 
are at: reaganfoundation.org/scholarships

MO ASSOCIATION OF FAIRS AND FESTIVALS - 
open to seniors who participated in a MAFF 
member-fair. Apps are at: mofairs.org. Deadline: 11/28/16. 


MONSANTO FUND - open to students i n agriculture. Apply at ffa.org/scholarships. Due 02/01/17

KC ASSOCIATION EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTORS - Students interested in heavy equipment and diesel
mechanics.  Applications are in the office.  Due: 3/1/2017
   

MISSOURI BANKERS FOUNDATION - Students who are interested in a career in banking.  Applications are in 
the front office.  Due: 3/10/2017


ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA FRATERNITY - For MALE students attending MIZZOU.  Apply at agsig.org/scholarship
Due: 3/15/2017


MISSOURI STATE FAIR - Applicants must have participated in State Fair and be in 4-H or FFA.  Applications are
in the front office.  Due: 2/1/2017


NATIONAL DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION - Open to ALL students.  Applications can be found 
under the Charities Tab at www.ndtascottstlouis.org  Due: 3/1/2017


MFA WENTZVILLE - Open to any student who plans to earn a Bachelor of Arts or Science.  Applications are in 
the front office.  Due: 3/10/2017


AVA'S GRACE - Open to any student who have or have had an incarcerated parent.  Applications can be found
at avasgrace.org   Due: 4/15/2017

HANSEN INJURY LAW - Open to students who have been impacted by car accidents or other types of accidents.  
Applications can be found at hanseninjurylawfirm.com/scholarships   Due: 8/1/2017

SIGMA ALPHA - Open to senior GIRLS planning to attend MIZZOU and major in Agriculture.  Applications are 
located in the front office.   Due: 3/24/2017


FCS FINANCIAL - Available to seniors whose parents or grandparents are members of FCS.  Applications can be 
found at www.myfcsfinancial.com/scholarships   Due: 3/1/2017


MISSOURI INSURANCE EDUCATION FOUNDATION - For seniors interested in an insurance, risk management 
or actuarial science course of study at a Missouri college or university.  Applications can be found at:  mief.org
Due: 3/31/2017

MISSOURI COURAGE SCHOLARSHIP - For students with a desire to work for change to advance the lives of 
LGBTO individuals & other groups that have face discrimination.  Applications at: courage-scholarship.org
Due: 3/31/2017

PATRIOTS GUARD RIDERS - For students who are a child of military or first responder who have passed away 
or are injured.  Applications can be picked up in the front office.  Due: 4/1/2017

WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS 
*Applications are available in the office. Most applications are due back to the office on March 21st by
 3:00 PM- no exceptions. Please check each application for the due date. 

1.“48” SCHOLARSHIP2017 48 Scholarship.pdf
The "48" scholarship is in memory of past graduate Randy Ray Mcleod. Randy was a great student and athlete at Warrenton High School. He graduated with the class of 2001, and went on to serve in the U.S Navy and Missouri
Army National Guard. Randy’s life ended on April 13, 2006, way too early. This $480 scholarship is funded by
Richy and Hannah Kohler in memory of him and is OPEN TO ALL GRADUATING SENIORS. 

2.BIG RED BOOSTERS2017 Big Red Boosters.pdf 
The Big Red Booster Scholarship Program will provide a $500 academic scholarship to ONE MALE AND 
ONE FEMALE ATHLETE EACH YEAR. The scholarship payment may be used for tuition and books at an accredited institution. Payments will be made directly to the college or university attending in the name of the recipient(s). 

3.BROCKFELD SCHOLARSHIP2017 Brockfeld.pdf 
The Brockfeld family is sponsoring a $750 scholarship in memory of G. A. Brockfeld, Nell M. Brockfeld and Jon A. Brockfeld. The scholarship is intended to assist STUDENTS ENTERING A BUSINESS RELATED MAJOR, SKILLED 
TRADE OR PROFESSIONAL CAREER. Selection is based on school record, work experience, a written paragraph 
stating reasons for applying and academic standing. 

4.DANIEL BOONE RETIRED TEACHERS /SCHOOL PERSONNEL SCHOLARSHIP2017 Daniel Boone Retired Teachers.pdf 
The purpose of this scholarship is to promote teaching through the offering of a $500 scholarship. Students must
be 2017 graduates from a public high school in Warren County who are PLANNING CAREERS IN TEACHER 
EDUCATION. 

5.DANNY J. MARTIN MEMORIAL AND DR. JAMES CALE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-WARRENTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE2017 Danny J Martin and Dr James Cale.pdf 
This $500 scholarship is sponsored by the Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce. Recipient must be sponsored 
by a Chamber member. Each Chamber member may sponsor only one (1) scholarship applicant each year. 
Recipient must plan to attend a two year college, four year college or vocational school. Academics, community 
and school involvement will all be considered. 
                              
6.GEORGE AND MELNA BOLM SCHOLARSHIP2017 Bolm.pdf 
George and Melna Bolm of Warrenton offer two scholarships ($500 each) to one male and one female student
who plan to MAJOR IN AN AGRICULTURE RELATED AREA with preference for a student attending the University of Missouri-Columbia. If no agriculture students qualify, health care at the University of Missouri will be considered. 

7.IAABO-IAFO SCHOLARSHIP- 
The International Association of Approved Basketball Officials and The Interscholastic Association of Football 
Officials have established scholarships in order to support the young men and women in the schools they officiate.
Any high school senior who is a US citizen is eligible. Students must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average in
order to apply. The deadline for this application is April 4, 2017 by 3:00 PM. This application is submitted online 
only. Copy the link to complete the application https://goo.gl/forms/YTltqiQOJWRPYh1o1. 

8.KAY SHORES MEMORIAL GRANT AND AID2017 Kay Shores.pdf 
The local chapter of Gamma Alpha offers a $500 scholarship to a female graduate planning to further her 
education. The scholarship is open to FEMALE STUDENTS WHO ARE PLANNING A CAREER IN EDUCATION. 
Selection will be by a committee of members of Gamma Alpha. 

9.LOUIS W. GUNTHER SCHOLARSHIP2017 Gunther.pdf 
This scholarship is sponsored by Frieden’s United Church of Christ. It is for students who are PLANNING TO 
BECOME A REGISTERED NURSE. Students do not have to be members of Frieden’s United Church of Christ to 
apply. 

10.MARGARET PRINGLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP- 2017 Pringle.pdf 
2- $1,000 scholarships will go to STUDENTS WHO ARE ATTENDING A VOCATIONAL OR TECHNICAL SCHOOL and STUDENTS WHO ARE PLANNING TO PLAY A SPORT IN COLLEGE, BUT HAVE NOT EARNED A SCHOLARSHIP FOR IT. Preference will be given to students attending a Missouri college or university. 

11.MARINE CORPS LEAGUE RICHARD SCOTT HAYMES SCHOLARSHIP- 2017 Marine Corp.pdf 
This scholarship is for children, a spouse, siblings, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and step children of an 
active duty, reserve duty or honorable discharged veteran of the United States Marine Corps or US Navy FMF
Corpsman. Or a member of the Marine Corps League or Marine Corps League Women’s Auxiliary. 3.0 GPA or better is required. The deadline for this application is April 1, 2017. 

12.MFA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP2017 MFA.pdf 
The scholarship may be used at the college or university of your choice and toward any course of study you 
desire to pursue. The amount of the scholarship is $2,000. The local selection committee considers the following:
scholastic progress, citizenship, extra-curricular activities, educational plans, and financial need. The deadline for
this application is March 15, 2017 (Spring Break) SO students need to have completed forms to Mrs. McDaniel by 
March 10th. 
         
13. PEOPLE’S BANK AND TRUST SCHOLARSHIP- 
This scholarship is sponsored by the People’s Bank and Trust. Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA to be 
considered. The scholarship is for $2000 each year and can be renewed for up to 4 years. There is an essay and 
a financial need component to the application. The deadline for this application is March 15, 2017. Students must
email Mrs. McDaniel for the online application- mcdanieltl@warrencor3.k12.mo.us. 

14.RAYMOND & MARIE SPRICK SCHOLARSHIP2017 Sprick.pdf 
The Raymond & Marie Sprick Scholarship Fund was established to aid deserving WHS graduates who will be 
pursuing further education in the specific areas of HEALTH CARE, EDUCATION AND AGRICULTURE/CONSERVATION. Two- $1,000 scholarships will be awarded annually, one or more in each of the above areas. The amount will vary
each year. Students do not have to be members of Frieden’s United Church of Christ to apply. 

15.ROTARY CLUB OF WARREN COUNTY2017 Rotary.pdf 
The Rotary Club of Warren County has awarded nearly $1 million in scholarships to college bound high school 
seniors since 1990. This is Rotary’s way of encouraging academic excellence. Any student living in the Warren 
County R-III School District is eligible to apply for the Rotary Scholarship. Children of Warren County Rotarians 
may apply regardless of which high school they attend. Five $1,500 scholarships for the 2016 school year will be awarded to underwrite college expenses. The deadline for this application is April 15, 2017 by 8:00 AM. 

16.SCHOWENGERDT FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP2017 Schowengerdt.pdf 
Ms. Margaret Schowengerdt of Warrenton established the Schowengerdt Family Scholarship in 1994. It is intended
to assist graduates of Warrenton High School who will attend the UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI COLUMBIA. The 
number and amount of scholarships may vary yearly and are based on academic achievement, character, 
personality, industry, and ambition. Financial need may be a consideration. 

17.SHELTER INSURANCE FOUNDATION & KEITH HUFF SCHOLARSHIP2017 Shelter.pdf 
This scholarship will be awarded annually to graduating seniors who attend high schools that are approved and accredited by the states’ departments of education. The scholarship will be in the amount of $2,000. A selection committee will consider applicants’ scholastic achievement, participation and leadership in school and community activities, citizenship and moral character, and educational goals. 

18.THE MISSOURI BANK SCHOLARSHIP2017 The MO Bank.pdf 
The Missouri Bank of Warrenton awards 2-$1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors who will be attending a 
college or university. Factors considered in the selection are grade point average, college admissions test scores, 
student curriculum, financial need, and extracurricular activities. 
                 
19.TYLER ROMAKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP2017 Tyler Romaker.pdf 
This scholarship is provided by the WHS Class of 2012 and the Romaker Family in memory of Tyler Romaker. 
Tyler was a graduate from WHS, and a senior at the Univ. of Missouri at the time of his motorcycle accident that 
ended his life at the age of 22. This $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior who will be: 
attending the Univ. of Missouri, pursuing a major in Music, wishes to be involved in a university’s orchestra, 
marching band, OR is considering the Army ROTC University Program. 

20.WARREN COUNTY FARM BUREAU SCHOLARSHIP- 2017 Farm Bureau.pdf 
The Warren County Farm Bureau offers a $500 scholarship. Student’s FAMILY MUST BE WARREN COUNTY FARM 
BUREAU MEMBERS on or before January 1, 2017. Applicants may major in any discipline, but PREFERENCE WILL
BE GIVEN TO THOSE ENROLLING IN AN AG FIELD. Application deadline is April 1, 2017 by 8:00 AM to 
Mrs. McDaniel. 

21.WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ROLE MODEL SCHOLARSHIP2017 Sheriffs Dept.pdf 
The Warren County Sheriff’s Department and the Warren County D.A.R.E. Program provide a $1,000 scholarship 
to a senior who is planning on furthering their education. Emphasis is placed on being a citizen of good character
and being a positive role model. 

22.WARRENTON FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIP- 2017 Warrenton Fire Dept.pdf 
The Warrenton Fire Protection District sponsors a $500 scholarship in honor of fallen firefighters. It is open to 
students who have been active in school activities and who have maintained good grades. Selection is made by members of the fire protection district. 

23.WARRENTON FIRE PROTECTION LADIES AUXILIARY- 2017 Ladies Auxilliary.pdf 
We will be awarding 2- $500 scholarships to individuals who are residents of the Warrenton Fire Protection 
District and are PURSUING A CAREER IN EMERGENCY HEALTH CARE OR FIREFIGHTING SERVICES. Each applicant
must include a 500 word essay stating why they deserve the scholarship and must attach two letters of recommendation. 

24.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP- 2017 WHS Alumni.pdf 
The WHS Alumni Assoc. offers several $1,000 scholarships with academic standing and school and community involvement as the main selection criteria. Selection is made by the WHS Alumni Assoc. 

25.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL IT CLUB SCHOLARSHIP2017 IT Club.pdf 
The WHS Industrial Technology Club offers a scholarship to students pursuing technological fields or education
degrees. Preference will be given to IT Club members. 

26.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL NHS SCHOLARSHIP2017 NHS.pdf 
The WHS National Honor Society will offer 2- $100 scholarships to active NHS members. 

27.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL STAFF SCHOLARSHIP2017 WHS Staff.pdf 
The WHS Staff offers a scholarship to a graduating senior planning to attend college. Academic standing, school involvement and financial need are considerations. Selection is made by WHS staff. 

28.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP2017 StuCo.pdf 
The Warrenton High School Student Council offers a $500 scholarship to Student Council senior members and a
$500 scholarship to a graduating senior (any senior can apply) planning to attend college. Academic standing, 
school involvement and financial need are considerations. Selection is made by members of Student Council. 

29.WISE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP2017 WISE.pdf 
The WISE Foundation will award several scholarships (the number will vary each year). Consideration is given to academic standing and community involvement. This is open to all graduating seniors. Deadline is March 31, 2017 

30.WOODROW WILSON BLACKWOOD SCHOLARSHIP2017 Woodrow Wilson Blackwood.pdf 
Each year, the Warrenton Education Association, in memory of Mr. Blackwood, a former Warren County R 3
teacher, offers 2- $1,000 scholarships to GRADUATES PLANNING TO BECOME TEACHERS. Applicants must 
complete an application form stating educational goals and listing two references. Academic record, educational 
goals and financial need are considered. Selection is made by a committee of the Warrenton Education
Association. 














                               


 

 

 

 

Suggested areas to look for scholarships:

1. At the college or university with which the student is applying. Check each individual school's website to
determine what the criteria and deadlines are for awards.

2. On-line students will find a variety of resources to assist in the scholarship search. A listing of suggested links
include:

-College.gov

This website sponsored by the Department of Education provides comprehensive information about why to go,
how to go, and how to pay for college. www.college.gov

-Fast Web

Conduct a free scholarship search online, answering a series of questions about your

qualifications/traits. www.fastweb.com

-The St. Louis Scholarship Guide

This guide was put together by The St. Louis Public School District and includes college planning timelines,
FAFSA tips, and a listing of scholarships available to students in the St. Louis/ Missouri areas.
www.slps.org (at this site search for ‘Scholarship Guide)

-DECA

A database students can search for college entrepreneurship programs. www.entrepreneurU.org

-SallieMae

More than just financial aid information, this website includes interactive calculators to estimate the cost of
college, forecast savings, and estimate loan payments.
www.salliemae.com

-GoCollege

Offers the Scholarship 101 “lite” version, with 1,200 sources of scholarships, for free. For a fee, “All” Scholarship
101 sources are available.
www.gocollege.com

Also, check out scholarships.com and collegeprowler.com

3. Students should check with any community organizations with which they or their family members are a
part.

4. Both student's employers and companies where parents are employed should be researched for scholarship
possibilities.


Be aware that scholarship scams do exist. Students should never have to pay to apply for a scholarship or pay to
have a company find scholarships for them. If you are suspicious of a certain website, please visit
www.finaid.org/finaid/scams.html for more information.

Current Scholarships________________________________________________________________
MISSOURI PATRIOT GUARD RIDERS-
Offered to MO students who are sons or daughters of those who fall within the following categories:
1. Those who have given their lives in the line of duty, including both military and first responders
2. Those honorably discharged veterans who have passed after their term of service
3. Those veterans or first responders disabled in the line of duty to the extent that providing an advanced education cannot be easily realized
Applications are available in the Guidance Office. 
Due date is April 1, 2018 
April 1, 2018

YOUNG AMERICAN CREATIVE PATRIOTIC ART AWARD (Grades 9-12)
The VFW Auxiliary is proudly offering Creative Patriotic Art Awards for any student, grades
9-12.  The contest began in 1979 to recognize up-and-coming artists and encourage
patriotism in youth.
Applications and Contest Rules are available in the Guidance Office
Due Date is March 31, 2018

MISSOURI PAST NATIONAL PRESIDENTS SCHOLARSHIP - VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES AUXILIARY
Open to a high school senior who is the child, grandchild, or great-grandchild of a current or deceased member of Missouri VFW Auxiliary/VFW, upon verification of eligibility.  Applications are in the Guidance Office.  Due date: April 9, 2018 

ST. LOUIS GRADUATES
This is a database of 140+ scholarships specifically for St. Louis area students. 
Go to:  
www.stlouisgraduates.org
Due Date: Varies

SCHULTZ & MYERS INJURY LAWYERS SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is available to seniors nationwide who plan to attend a 4-year or 2-year school in the Fall of 2018.  This scholarship is specific to students who have been affected by a personal injury.  Students must also have a GPA of at least 2.5.  Applications and more information can be found at https://www.bestinjurylawyer.com/#scholarship-application
Due Date:  May 31, 2018

UNITED ENERGY WORKERS HEALTHCARE SCHOLARSHIP
Open nationwide to any graduating senior who plans to attend college in the Fall of 2018 and has a minimum GPA of 3.0.  
Applications can be found at:  https://www.uewhealth.com/eeoicpa-reca/#scholarship-application
Due Date: July 31, 2018

KEEVEN HVAC SCHOLARSHIP
The Keeven HVAC Scholarship is for all graduating seniors pursuing HVAC at a Technical School
Applications can be found at kheatcool.com
Due Date: March 1, 2018

WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS 

Most applications are due back to the office on April 3rd by 3:00 pm- no exceptions.  Please check each application for the due date. To view or print application click the red link at the end of each description.

1.“48” SCHOLARSHIP-
The "48" scholarship is in memory of past graduate Randy Ray Mcleod. Randy was a great student and athlete at Warrenton High School.  He graduated with the class of 2001, and went on to serve in the U.S Navy and Missouri Army National Guard. Randy’s life ended on April 13, 2006, way too early. This $480 scholarship is funded by Richy and Hannah Kohler in memory of him and is OPEN TO ALL GRADUATING SENIORS. 2018 48.pdf

2.BIG RED BOOSTERS- 
The Big Red Booster Scholarship Program will provide a $1,000 academic scholarship to ONE MALE AND ONE FEMALE ATHLETE EACH YEAR.  The scholarship payment may be used for tuition and books at an accredited institution.  Payments will be made directly to the college or university attending in the name of the recipient(s). 2018 Big Red Booster.pdf

3.BROCKFELD SCHOLARSHIP-
The Brockfeld family is sponsoring a $750 scholarship in memory of G. A. Brockfeld, Nell M. Brockfeld and Jon A. Brockfeld.  The scholarship is intended to assist STUDENTS ENTERING A BUSINESS RELATED MAJOR, SKILLED TRADE OR PROFESSIONAL CAREER. Selection is based on school record, work experience, a written paragraph stating reasons for applying and academic standing.
2018 Brockfeld.pdf

4.DANIEL BOONE RETIRED TEACHERS /SCHOOL PERSONNEL SCHOLARSHIP-
The purpose of this scholarship is to promote teaching through the offering of two $500 scholarships.  Students must be 2018 graduates from a public high school in Warren County who are PLANNING CAREERS IN TEACHER EDUCATION. 2018 Daniel Boone Retired Teachers.pdf

5.DANNY J. MARTIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AND DR. JAMES CALE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-WARRENTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-
This $500 scholarship is sponsored by the Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce. Recipient must be sponsored by a Chamber member.  Each Chamber member may sponsor only one (1) scholarship applicant each year. Recipient must plan to attend a two year college, four year college or vocational school.  Academics, community and school involvement will all be considered. 
2018 Danny Martin and Dr James Cale.pdf 

6.GEORGE AND MELNA BOLM SCHOLARSHIP-
George and Melna Bolm of Warrenton offer two scholarships ($1,000 each) to one male and one female student who plan to MAJOR IN AN AGRICULTURE RELATED AREA with preference for a student attending the University of Missouri-Columbia.   If no agriculture students qualify, health care at the University of Missouri will be considered. 2018 Bolm.pdf

7.IAABO-IAFO SCHOLARSHIP-
The International Association of Approved Basketball Officials and The Interscholastic Association of Football Officials have established several $1,000 scholarships in order to support the young men and women in the schools they officiate.  Any high school senior who is a US citizen is eligible.  Students must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average in order to apply.  The deadline for this application is April 4, 2018. This application is submitted online only. Application is available at iaabo173.org.

8.KAY SHORES MEMORIAL GRANT AND AID- 
The local chapter of Gamma Alpha offers two $1,000 scholarships to female graduates planning to further their education.   The scholarship is open to FEMALE STUDENTS WHO ARE PLANNING A CAREER IN EDUCATION.  Selection will be by a committee of members of Gamma Alpha. 
2018 Kay Shores.pdf

9.LOUIS W. GUNTHER SCHOLARSHIP- 
This scholarship is sponsored by Frieden’s United Church of Christ.  It is for students who are PLANNING TO BECOME A REGISTERED NURSE.  Students do not have to be members of Frieden’s United Church of Christ to apply. 2018 Gunther.pdf

10.MARGARET PRINGLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-
2- $500 scholarships will go to STUDENTS WHO ARE ATTENDING A VOCATIONAL OR TECHNICAL SCHOOL and STUDENTS WHO ARE PLANNING TO PLAY A SPORT IN COLLEGE, BUT HAVE NOT EARNED A SCHOLARSHIP FOR IT.  Preference will be given to students attending a Missouri college or university. 2018 Pringle.pdf

11.MARINE CORPS LEAGUE RICHARD SCOTT HAYMES SCHOLARSHIP-
This $1,000 scholarship is for children, a spouse, siblings, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and step children of an active duty, reserve duty or honorable discharged veteran of the United States Marine Corps or US Navy FMF Corpsman.  Or a member of the Marine Corps League or Marine Corps League Women’s Auxiliary. 3.0 GPA or better is required. The deadline for this application is April 1, 2018 by 8:00 am. 2018 Marine Corp.pdf

12.MFA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP-
The scholarship may be used at the college or university of your choice and toward any course of study you desire to pursue. The amount of the scholarship is $2,000. The local selection committee considers the following: scholastic progress, citizenship, extra-curricular activities, educational plans, and financial need. The deadline for this application is March 15, 2018 by 8:00 am. 2018 MFA.pdf

13.RAYMOND & MARIE SPRICK SCHOLARSHIP-
The Raymond & Marie Sprick Scholarship Fund was established to aid deserving WHS graduates who will be pursuing further education in the specific areas of HEALTH CARE, EDUCATION AND AGRICULTURE/CONSERVATION.  Scholarships will be awarded annually, one or more in each of the above areas.  The amount will very each year.  Students do not have to be members of Frieden’s United Church of Christ to apply. 2018 Sprick.pdf

14.ROTARY CLUB OF WARREN COUNTY-
The Rotary Club of Warren County has awarded nearly $1 million in scholarships to college bound high school seniors since 1990.   This is Rotary’s way of encouraging academic excellence.  Any student living in the Warren County R-III School District is eligible to apply for the Rotary Scholarship.  Children of Warren County Rotarians may apply regardless of which high school they attend. Two $1,500 scholarships for the 2018 school year will be awarded to underwrite college expenses.  The deadline for this application is April 15, 2018 by 8:00 AM. 2018 Rotary.pdf 

15.SCHOWENGERDT FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP-
Ms. Margaret Schowengerdt of Warrenton established the Schowengerdt Family Scholarship in 1994.  It is intended to assist graduates of Warrenton High School who will attend the UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI   COLUMBIA.  The number and amount of scholarships may vary yearly and are based on academic achievement, character, personality, industry, and ambition.  Financial need may be a consideration. 2018 Schowengerdt.pdf

16.SHELTER INSURANCE FOUNDATION & KEITH HUFF SCHOLARSHIP-
This scholarship will be awarded annually to graduating seniors who attend high schools that are approved and accredited by the states’ departments of education.  The scholarship will be in the amount of $2,000.  A selection committee will consider applicants’ scholastic achievement, participation and leadership in school and community activities, citizenship and moral character, and educational goals. 2018 Shelter Insurance.pdf  

17.THE MISSOURI BANK SCHOLARSHIP-
The Missouri Bank of Warrenton awards 2-$1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors who will be attending a college or university.  Factors considered in the selection are grade point average, college admissions test scores, student curriculum, financial need, and extracurricular activities. 
2018 The Mo Bank.pdf

18.TYLER ROMAKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-
This scholarship is provided by the WHS Class of 2012 and the Romaker Family in memory of Tyler Romaker.  Tyler was a graduate from WHS, and a senior at the Univ. of Missouri at the time of his motorcycle accident that ended his life at the age of 22.  This year 2- $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to a graduating senior who will be attending the Univ. of Missouri- Columbia. 
2018 Tyler Romaker.pdf  

19.WARREN COUNTY FARM BUREAU SCHOLARSHIP-
The Warren County Farm Bureau offers a $500 scholarship.  Student’s FAMILY MUST BE WARREN COUNTY FARM BUREAU MEMBERS on or before January 1, 2018.  Applicants may major in any discipline, but PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO THOSE ENROLLING IN AN AG FIELD. Application deadline is April 2, 2018 by 8:00 AM. 2018 Farm Bureau.pdf

20.WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ROLE MODEL SCHOLARSHIP-
The Warren County Sheriff’s Department and the Warren County D.A.R.E. Program provide a $1,000 scholarship to a senior who is planning on furthering their education.   Emphasis is placed on being a citizen of good character and being a positive role model. 2018 Warren Co Sheriff Dept.pdf

21.WARRENTON FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIP-
The Warrenton Fire Protection District sponsors a $500 scholarship in honor of fallen firefighters.  It is open to students who have been active in school activities and who have maintained good grades.  Selection is made by members of the fire protection district. 2018 Warrenton Fire Dept.pdf

22.WARRENTON FIRE PROTECTION LADIES AUXILIARY-
We will be awarding a $500 scholarship to an individual who is a resident of the Warrenton Fire Protection District and who is PURSUING A CAREER IN EMERGENCY HEALTH CARE OR FIREFIGHTING SERVICES.  Each applicant must include a 500 word essay stating why they deserve the scholarship and must attach two letters of recommendation. 2018 Warrenton Fire Ladie Auxiliary.pdf 

23.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP-
The WHS Alumni Assoc. offers several $1,000 scholarships with academic standing and school and community involvement as the main selection criteria.  Selection is made by the WHS Alumni Assoc. 2018 WHS Alumni.pdf

24.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL IT CLUB SCHOLARSHIP-
The WHS Industrial Technology Club offers a scholarship to students pursuing technological fields or education degrees.  Preference will be given to IT Club members. 2018 WHS IT Club.pdf

25.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL NHS SCHOLARSHIP-
The WHS National Honor Society will offer 2- $100 scholarships to active NHS members. 
2018 WHS NHS.pdf 

26.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL STAFF SCHOLARSHIP-
The WHS Staff offers a scholarship to a graduating senior planning to attend college.  Academic standing, school involvement and financial need are considerations.  Selection is made by WHS staff. 2018 WHS Staff.pdf

27.WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP-
The Warrenton High School Student Council offers a scholarship to Student Council senior members and a scholarship to a graduating senior (any senior can apply) planning to attend college.  Academic standing, school involvement and financial need are considerations.  Selection is made by members of Student Council. 2018 WHS StuCo.pdf

28.WISE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP-
The WISE Foundation will award several scholarships (the number will vary each year).  Consideration is given to academic standing and community involvement. This is open to all graduating seniors.  2018 WISE.pdf

29.WOODROW WILSON BLACKWOOD SCHOLARSHIP-
Each year, the Warrenton Education Association, in memory of Mr. Blackwood, a former Warren County R 3 teacher, offers 2- $1,000 scholarship to GRADUATES PLANNING TO BECOME TEACHERS.  Applicants must complete an application form stating educational goals and listing two references. Academic record, educational goals and financial need are considered.  Selection is made by a committee of the Warrenton Education Association. 2018 Woodrow Wilson Blackwood.pdf

**All local scholarships will be turned in to me in the Guidance Office. CHECK THE DUE DATES!!!! If the scholarship application requires a transcript I will take care of that for you, you do not need to request it.  If the application requires letters of recommendation you need to ask for those, I will not do that for you.  Please stop by, call or email me if you have questions.  As always I’m here to help.
Mrs. McDaniel




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