Scholarships Available for the Class of 2021

                                                                                                                           DEADLINE: April 23, 2021
 

MILTON R. LIVERMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Mrs. Shirley Liverman established this $1,500 scholarship to honor her husband, Dr. Liverman.   Dr. Liverman served Suffolk Public Schools for 36 years including 10 years as its Superintendent.  Dr. Liverman was committed to helping young people make a difference in their community and achieve their potential. One nonrenewable scholarship of $1,500 is awarded city-wide.

 

NED AND HELEN FERGUSON FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP: Applicants must be graduating seniors at a Suffolk public high school. One nonrenewable scholarship of $1,500 is awarded to a student from each high school. Awards are based on academic standing and financial need.

 

HARRY LEE AND JEAN RITCHIE CROSS FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP: Applicants must be graduating seniors at a Suffolk public high school. One nonrenewable scholarship of $1,500 is awarded to a student from each high school. Awards are based on academic standing and financial need.

 

GERTRUDE PRUDEN FAMILY ARTS SCHOLARSHIP: Applicants must be graduating seniors at a Suffolk public high school and entering the arts field. One nonrenewable scholarship of $1,500 is awarded city-wide. Awards are based on academic standing and financial need.  Must provide your field of study.

     

G. BLAIR HARRY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Applicants must be graduating seniors at a Suffolk public high school and intending to play college sports. Two nonrenewable scholarship of $1,500 is awarded from applications from all three high schools. Award is based on academic standing and financial need. Students who receive an athletic scholarship from a college or university are not eligible for this award.  Must plan to play a sport in College.

 

FUTURE EDUCATOR SCHOLARSHIP: Applicant must be a graduating senior who plans a career as a future educator. One $1,500 scholarship will be awarded at each of the three high schools. The Wilburn Wilson Future Educator Scholarship will be awarded at Lakeland High School.

    

ELLIS E. TEMPLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: (Lakeland High School ONLY) Applicant must be a graduating senior from Lakeland High School planning to attend a four year or two year college. Applicant must have a “B” average grade point average, have participated in at least one varsity sport for more than one year and demonstrate passion for their future. Financial need will be a consideration. A $1,000, nonrenewable, scholarship will be awarded.

 

E. TALMADGE DARDEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Applicant must be a graduating senior who attended King's Fork Middle School and is planning to attend a four year college. Applicant must have a 3.0 average grade point average, and plan to major in education, music, or culinary arts. Financial need will be a consideration. A $1,500, nonrenewable, scholarship will be awarded.

 

DOUG DOHEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP:  Applicant must be a graduating senior who actively participated on their school’s Wrestling Team and has wrestled during the 2019-20 school year at one of the three high schools.  In honor of Doug Dohey, $1,500, nonrenewable, scholarship will be awarded city-wide.

Read about the 2020 Scholarship Winners.

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