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Each spring, The Foundation provides scholarships to deserving graduating seniors who plan to attend Florida universities, state colleges, technical colleges or vocational programs. Scholarships are privately funded by donors and the business community, are managed by The Foundation for Seminole County Public Schools and are viewed as an investment in the education of the students of Seminole County.

If you are interested in funding a senior scholarship or have questions, please contact Business Manager at 407-320-0181.

Student Eligibility

Every graduating senior from a high school of Seminole County Public Schools is eligible to apply for a scholarship offered by The Foundation. Please read the criteria for each scholarship carefully, as requirements vary (i.e., high school attended, field of study, extracurricular activities, GPA, etc.)

How to Apply

Below are the scholarships offered through the Foundation for Seminole County Public Schools. 2017-2018 scholarship application will be available in January 2018.

Almond Family Scholarship Hagerty Family Scholarship
Anthony J. Hall Midway Scholarship Joe Tramell Memorial Scholarship – NEW
Bill Scott Scholarship John Mercer Scholarship
Brett Lane Scholarship Kuiper Scholarship
Brown Midway Scholarship Lalit K. Masih Memorial Art Scholarship
Bud Layer Memorial Scholarship Lois & W.A. Boothe Memorial Scholarship
The Colonel J Nardo Scholarship Fund Ralph Ameduri, Jr. Music Scholarship
Connie E. Collins Scholarship -NEW Raymond Gaines Scholarship
Crooms Scholarship Sam Momary “Tradition of Excellence”
DeDe Schaffner Scholarship-NEW Sam Momary Scholarship/Lyman
Dr. Vogel AAA Scholarship Schlemmer Scholarship Fund
Eddie Campbell Memorial Scholarship Seminole County Retired Educators Scholarship
Eloise Good Scholarship “Toots” Nardo Scholarship Fund
Eric Stephen Kryc  Scholarship Walter Lee Scholarship