The scholarships listed below are scholarships that are sent to the High Schools Guidance Office. Eligibility Requirements listed on this website are a guideline to give a student an idea about what the scholarship entails and may not cover all the requirements a student must meet to qualify for the scholarship.
Deadline: May 1, 2018
- have an overall GPA of 2.0 to 3.4
- Student seeking education that offers training in programs designed to provide direct hand-on work in the out-of-doors: (example fields of study include Agronomy, Soil science, Botany, Zoology, Department of Natural Resources, Water Craft and the like. Within these areas of study there could be sub categories that could fall into their program criteria) Past experience has show that the eligibility for this scholarship has been widely misinterpreted. They are not interested in the study of landscaping, architecture, general environmental engineering or other related areas.
- Essay required
- May have an interview with the committee
Information and Application available HERE
Deadline: April 25, 2019
- Senior attending Anthony Wayne High School
- 3.0 GPA in science and chemistry
- Will be majoring in areas covering: science, environment, health, and safety
- Eligible students will be required to submit a 500 word essay on the topic provided in the application
Deadline: April 30, 2019
- Any graduating senior attending high school who is a member of an organized horse activity (ex. 4-H club or saddle club) and has supported the Harry Hughes Youth Equestrian Center is eligible to receive this award.
Deadline: April 30, 2019
The Janet Phleger Foundation was established to provide assistance to graduating high school seniors, who are residents of Lucas County, that have a parent and/or legal guardian that has been affected with cancer, as a caner survivor, those who may have succumbed to cancer, or those who are currently fighting.
- Candidates must have a parent that was diagnosed with cancer
- Candidate (or parent/legal guardian) must currently live or work in Toledo or surrounding suburbs
- Candidates must be a graduating senior
- Candidates must plan to attend an Ohio College or Trade School
- Candidates must show financial need
- Essay, extracurricular list, two letters of recommendation needed, copy of FAFSA Student Air Report
Deadline: April 22, 2019
- No min SAT/ACT
- No essay
- No application fee
- Must complete a 15-20 minute application survey about colleges in your area
- Scholarship (1-$4000, 2-$1000, 10-$500) will be awarded via a random drawing
Toledo Community Foundation manages over 190 scholarship funds. The opportunities presented on our website represent only the scholarships for which Toledo Community Foundation is the contact for making application. Please check with the senior guidance counselor or college counselor at your school for all scholarship opportunities available to students at your school.
The Foundation moved to an online application process in 2014. We have made the application process simple, and requests for transcripts and letters of reference require only a contact name and email address. The system sends out the requests for you!
Did you know we have scholarships with varying qualifications, such as:
for graduating high school students of Latino heritage
for graduating high school students of African-American heritage
for graduates of high schools in northwest Ohio/southeast Michigan demonstrating financial need
to obtain education or training in the ceramic arts
for students pursuing a course of study in engineering or scientific studies
for students studying jazz
for Northwest Ohio high school students with financial need attending Ohio colleges or universities
Visit www.toledocf.org to learn more and apply online.
A List of Scholarsips is available HERE
Deadline: April 21, 2019
- Applicant must be a senior at, or a graduate of, a Toledo Area high school
- Applicants must be a full-time student at the University of Toledo for the full term of the scholarship
- Applicants must have above average grades. This requirement will generally be interpreted to be satisfied by a grade point average of at least 2.8 on a 4.0 scale
- Applicants must not be an employee of KeyBank National Association or any of its affiliates. Immediate relatives of any sum employees are also ineligible
How to Apply:
- Visit HERE an click on the scholarship link to complete the online application
- In addition to your application you will need to submit
- A copy of your most recent academic transcript
- 2019/2020 Student Aid Report (SAR) of your FAFSA
- 2019/2020 Financial Aid Award Letter
- Recommendation Letter(s)
- Any other materials College Now may require