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Scholarships 2023-24

The Scholarship is awarded to a student who is entering the field of Nursing and is a resident of Foxborough, MA.  Applicants must also be accepted or enrolled in an accredited nursing program. 
Completed applications can either be mailed or scanned and emailed to the addresses provided.
Applications are located HERE and are also available in the School Counseling office. 
The Eileen and Marty Murray Scholarship, sponsored by the Mansfield Women of Today, will grant a scholarship to a Mansfield resident (male or female) graduating from high school who will be continuing his or her formal education at an accredited educational institute requiring tuition. The award is based on the student’s demonstration of the ideals and philosophies embodied by Eileen and Marty Murray and the Mansfield Women of Today. 
Application form HERE.
The Mansfield Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3264 Scholarships are awarded to recognize, encourage, and contribute to the higher education of children, grandchildren, and/or siblings of qualified veterans or active-duty service members.  The scholarships are presented to honor the family of those individuals who served in the Armed Forces of the United States.  As a tribute to their service, this scholarship program is in keeping with the VFW motto "No one does more for veterans." The Scholarships are in the amount of one $1,500, one $1,000 and two $500 awards. 
Application form HERE.
In keeping with the message of destigmatizing mental illness and adversity, the Running from Anxiety scholarship will award one senior with a financial scholarship to be applied to either college tuition or health care services.  The recipient chosen will have demonstrated an open-minded approach to life with hardship and a positive outlook in daily life. 
Application form HERE.
Mass Arts Center will award a total of $2500, payable in January 2025, to be divided among up to five applicants.
This scholarship is offered to graduating high school students currently residing in Mansfield, Foxboro, Norton, Sharon, or Easton who plan to pursue post-secondary education in either fine or performing arts.
Application form HERE.
All applicants must be graduating seniors who are pursuing a postsecondary education and have also performed community service.
Applicants for the general scholarship must be Medway residents graduating from any recognized school or home school program.
Applicants for the Foster Grant Jr. Scholarship must be a child or grandchild of a Medway Lion, regardless of residency.
All materials must be received by April 19, 2024 at Medway Lions Club, PO Box 132, Medway, MA 02053. Students may also submit materials by email to: [email protected].
The NRT Leonard Flynn Environmental Scholarship is available to Mansfield seniors who have a proven commitment to conservation or preserving the environment.  
Application form HERE.
The Mansfield Field of Honor Scholarship is awarded annually to recognize, encourage and contribute to the higher education of Mansfield residents who are sons, daughters, grandchildren, brothers or sisters of qualified Veterans, Active-duty Service Members, Mansfield Police Officers, Fire Fighters, EMTs or Paramedics. The scholarship is presented to honor both Corey Shea and the family of those individuals who currently serve/have served our Town and Nation.  This scholarship is in the amount of $1000.
Application is HERE.
KNAB will be awarding a one time scholarship of $1000 to an eligible graduating senior. Applicants must be a resident of North Attleborough and have demonstrated community service and/or volunteer activities. 
Please complete the application form linked here.
Students must be a resident of Taunton, Raynham and Berkley, MA.
Scholarships are available to students majoring in horticulture, floriculture, landscaping design, conservation, forestry, agronomy, city planning, environmental studies, land management, botany, biology, and other life sciences. 
Application form HERE.
On October 22, 2000 North Attleboro lost a wonderful person named Jack Strachan. Jack loved to study history and loved to read all types of books. Jack loved football and basketball. In 2010, the Strachan family started a Scholarship fund in Jack’s name to reward deserving high School seniors for their four years of hard work.
The Massachusetts Association of Women in Law Enforcement (MAWLE) is pleased to announce the Lieutenant June T. Murphy Scholarship - to be awarded to a female student who pursues a degree in Criminal Justice.

To be eligible, applicants MUST review the Guidelines and Criteria, COMPLETE the on-line application, and use the checklist for your guidance. If ALL the guidelines and criteria are not met you are not eligible to apply.

Please click HERE for more information.

The Captain Kyle R. Van De Giesen Memorial Award Committee is looking for applications for the annual award in Kyle’s memory. Captain Kyle R. Van De Giesen, USMC Cobra Pilot was killed in action in Afghanistan during
Operation Enduring Freedom October 26, 2009. He lived every aspect of his life by the Marine Corps values of honor, courage and commitment. Current seniors are eligible to apply for this financial award by completing an application. Completed applications must be received by May 1, 2024.
Scholarship details HERE
Application form HERE
CYBSL will award scholarships up to a total amount of $2,000.00, with a minimum amount of $500.00 and a cap of $1,000.00 for a single scholarship, to graduating high school seniors to aid in their pursuit of a post-secondary education
The applicant must be a graduating senior that has participated as a player or volunteer in the Cumberland Youth Baseball/Softball League for at least one year.
Application form HERE.

The Engineering Center Education Trust is happy to announce the 2024 scholarship is being offered to a Massachusetts high school senior who plans to major in engineering or land surveying.

The total amount awarded is $5,000, to be divided over two years, $2,500 per year.

Please click HERE for more information
Mr. Gay was a Raytheon Company vice president in charge of the company’s West Coast facility when he boarded American Airlines Flight 11 the morning of Sept. 11, 2001 for his regular travel from Boston. To honor his legacy, his family established this scholarship in his name.
Graduating high school seniors from any of the high schools in the Diocese of Fall River (Bishop Feehan, Bishop Stang and St. John Paul II) who plan to attend college and major in engineering are eligible to apply.
Please click HERE TO APPLY
The purpose of the scholarship is to aid women of Syrian or Lebanese origin, graduating from high school, intending to pursue a four-year college education, and residing in Massachusetts within a
fifty-mile radius of Boston.
Application form HERE
Citizens wants to honor the dedication of students and families pursuing higher learning! Fill out the Registration Form to be entered for a chance to win a Grand Prize of $15,000 to use towards school expenses and one of the $2,500 monthly prizes for use towards school expenses. Additionally, each quarter a student who meets the required criteria for the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Scholarship Prize will be eligible to win a $2,500 quarterly prize for use towards school expenses. See Official Rules for details.
Renewable four-year scholarship to students with financial need who display academic achievement, a commitment to serving others (in school, the community or at home) a consistent history of part-time work, a display of maturity and skills if faced with a challenge, and leadership qualities. Applications must be submitted online.
Click HERE for the online application.