Scholarships will be awarded to graduating Antietam High School students who will be pursuing post-secondary education as full-time students. Scholarship recipients will exhibit strong commitment to academic achievement by having at least a B average, and will have been actively involved in both school and community activities. The intent is to acknowledge and reward those students who otherwise might not receive recognition for their efforts through other awards and scholarships, and to provide financial assistance to those students with demonstrated financial need.
Scholarship funds that were originally established to honor the memories of Cortney Ann Kelly, Troy M. DeNunzio and Linda Evans were added to the Antietam Scholarship Fund to provide scholarships to Antietam students.
Applications will be available for interested students to pick up at the Antietam High School Counseling Office in February and March. Application deadline: April 1st.