The CASD Foundation has awarded more than a million dollars in scholarships to CASD students since our inception. The 2019 application process will be conducted entirely online using the Common Application below that saves applicants a great deal of time and duplication of effort. Once students complete the Common Application, all information will populate to other applications, as needed. There are two categories of CASD Foundation scholarships, but only one requires completion of an application. New scholarships are added regularly so check back often! Donors, if you are still interested in providing a scholarship this year, it is not too late. Please contact us at 717-709-4091 to discuss how we can establish an award to honor or remember your loved one, highlight a specific career or interest, or acknowledge student academic achievement!
The application window for our 2019 scholarship process is now open! Please begin with the Common Application. Keep in mind that you will need the following things to participate in our process:
- Formal acceptance at an institution of advanced training or higher learning
- Student Aid Report (SAR) which will you receive following completion of your FAFSA
- A resume
Many new scholarships will be added to the list below as details are confirmed. Please check back often.
Simply click a link below to be directed to the application for a specific scholarship. Once you have completed the Common Application (above), your information will move with you through the process so there is no need to re-enter duplicate information or request multiple transcripts.
(Click on specific scholarship to apply)
The following named scholarships are application-based and are organized by area of study or by donor type. Applicants should carefully read the online application, noting in particular the scholarship criteria and the essay questions, which may differ from scholarship to scholarship. Please scroll and read to the bottom of the page to make sure you do not miss any opportunities!
RAYMOND B. HELMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ($1,000)
to a student who will pursue higher education or training in the field of agriculture following graduation. Preference is given to a student who is a resident of Greene, Letterkenny, or Lurgan Townships.
MADOLIN KIRKPATRICK WENGER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
awarded to a CASD art student who will pursue a degree in art or art education at an accredited college/institute
DR. WILLIAM ROBINSON & DEBRA ROBINSON BOWEN SCHOLARSHIP ($500)
for a student continuing studies in music education or in general teacher education (The 2019 award will be given for general education.)
JOSEPHINE G. STOUFFER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ($750)
for a graduating senior who will pursue a career in elementary education
THOMAS G. STOUFFER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ($1,000)
awarded to a graduating senior in good academic standing who will pursue a degree in secondary education
KACY STRAUB MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ($1,000)
to be presented to a CASHS senior who intends to pursue further studies in education, secondary history preferred
HARRIET THOMPSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
awarded to a graduating senior in good academic standing who will pursue a career in education at Shippensburg University
CHRISTIAN KEYES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Two awards @ $1,000)
awarded to a graduating senior in good academic standing (3.0 GPA or higher) who plans to pursue a career in pharmacology or health sciences, with preference given to a student active in community service
FRANCES GEARY STRICKLER SCHOLARSHIP (Four awards @ $500)
awarded to students who will pursue post-secondary study in nursing - RN, LPN or similar accredited nursing program
OLIVER F. ACRI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ($1,000)
for a student continuing studies in health care, dentistry preferred
THE SHOOK HOME NURSING SCHOLARSHIP ($500)
awarded to a graduating senior in good academic standing who plans to pursue a career in nursing
NICHOLAS ALLEN HOOVER MEMORIAL MUSICAL SCHOLARSHIP ($500)
awarded to a student who is involved in various high school-related instrumental music programs and continuing his or her education/career in the field of music
AFCEA Scholarship (5 awards @ $1,000) AFCEA Scholarship (5 awards @ $1,000)
for graduating seniors who will pursue technical fields after graduation such as information technology, computer science/systems, engineering, mathematics, or other areas of technology-related fields supportive of national security.
CASD PENN STATE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP ($1,000)
to a student who has been accepted into The Pennsylvania State University College of Engineering; Selection will be based on a balance of academic potential and economic need, with preference given to a student who worked at least part-time to support themselves or their family
CHEVRON-TEXACO SCHOLARSHIP ($500)
for a graduating senior who will pursue engineering
NEWCOMER ASSOCIATES SCHOLARSHIP FOR ARCHITECTURE ($500)
for a graduating senior who will pursue a career in architecture
NEWCOMER ASSOCIATES SCHOLARSHIP FOR ENGINEERING ($500)
for a graduating senior who will pursue a career in structural, mechanical, civil or electrical engineering
WOMEN in STEM SCHOLARSHIP ($2,000)
for a female graduate pursing a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics
LINDA B. & WILLIAM H. HARTER SCHOLARSHIP ($500)
awarded to a CASD senior in good academic standing who is considering a religious vocation and has been active in leadership roles in church/synagogue and/or community service
CASHS PTSA (2 awards)
given to active members of the Parent Teacher Student Association who will pursue post-secondary education
CLASS OF 1942
awarded to a graduate of CASD who will obtain additional education following graduation at Shippensburg University, Penn State Mont Alto, or Wilson College, has a minimum GPA of 2.0, and demonstrates financial need
CLASS OF 1964
awarded to a graduate of CASD who will obtain additional education and training following graduation (college, trade or technical school), has a minimum GPA of 2.0, and demonstrates financial need. Applicants must be a direct descendent of a member of the Class of 1964.
CLASS OF 1965
awarded to a graduate of CASD who will obtain additional education and training following graduation (college, trade or technical school), has a minimum GPA of 2.5, and demonstrates financial need. Applicants must be a direct descendent of a member of the Class of 1965.
NATIONAL SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY
awarded to a graduate of CASD who will pursue post-secondary study of Spanish, who is active in the community, and in good academic standing
CHAMBERSBURG COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION ($500)
to be presented to a minority student in good academic standing who will pursue further education/training (2 or 4-year program), with community service preferred.
FLOYD & NELLIE ROBINSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
for a minority student graduating from CASHS who intends to pursue a post-secondary degree
DONALD J. STRIKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ($2,000)
awarded to a student who will graduate with a minimum 2.5 GPA, will pursue higher education or training, and has a documented IEP or 504 Plan
JESSIE R. & U.L. GORDY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ($2,500)
awarded to a graduating senior in good academic standing who attended Gordy Elementary School or its successor (Benjamin Chambers Elementary)
MICHAEL COOPER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR COLDBROOK/BUCHANAN ALUMNI ($1,000)
given in memory of Michael Cooper, dedicated teacher, coach and mentor, to a student who completes an essay
EZRA AND BRENDA BENEDICT SCHOLARSHIP ($500 renewable for 4 years)
awarded to a graduating senior is a first generation college student. Preference is given to well-rounded students who have pursued, and plan to pursue, a rigorous academic curriculum.
JACOB R. CORWELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ($500)
given to a student graduating from the Chambersburg Area School District, who is a multi-sport athlete with strong moral character, a servant leader, and a strong student who will continue his/her post-secondary studies in a degree-bearing program.
KISH-MILLER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP ($2,000)
awarded to a senior who will pursue a degree at Shippensburg University, with preference given to a first-generation college student and to those who have demonstrated recurring community service and involvement. (Minimum 3.0 GPA to be eligible to apply.)
MICHAEL COOPER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR BASKETBALL ($1,000)
given in memory of Michael Cooper, dedicated teacher, coach and mentor, to a student who excels in basketball and completes an essay.
LOIS O. MACKEY SCHOLARSHIP ($10,000 - $2,500 per year for 4 years)
awarded to graduating seniors who have a cumulative GPA of 2.5, will attend an accredited post-secondary school or college, and submit an essay. Finalists will be required to complete an interview. Financial need is not a consideration (Recipients will receive $2,500 per year for a maximum of four years providing they maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 and continue enrollment as a full-time student.)
MARY McVITTY SCHOLARSHIP (Four awards of $2,000)
provided to residents of Greene Township who will pursue higher education. Applicants must provide an essay on their academic goals.
SCOTLAND SCHOOL FOR VETERANS’ CHILDREN (two awards at $2,500)
Applicants must have a direct relationship (i.e. be the child or grandchild) to a graduate or former employee of the Scotland School for Veterans’ Children or have a direct relationship to an honorably discharged veteran or active duty service person. They must also be in good academic standing.
SOPHIE'S SIX ($2,500)
for a student accepted at a post-secondary degree-bearing program in psychology, human services, or social work who has shown a commitment to community service and completed an essay as to why they are interested in a career related to grief support. Preference will be given to applicant with an interest in running.
The following named scholarships are held by the CASD Foundation but recipients are selected by appropriate faculty/committee and are not application-based:
TIM & SUSAN COOK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS (2 @ $750)
one awarded to a graduating senior in math curriculum, another in the business curriculum; selected by math & business faculty.
IAN JACOBS DRAMA AWARD ($1,000)
awarded to a CASHS senior who has actively participated as a performer in CASHS Drama Club productions and has exhibited personal growth, a positive attitude of enthusiasm and cooperation and has shown leadership in promoting the success of the CASHS Drama Club; selected by Ian Jacobs, Drama Club Advisor.
FERREE LEFEVRE MUSIC AWARD
awarded to a graduating senior who has been active in the choral music program at CASHS and will pursue a post-secondary degree in music or music education; selected by CASHS Choir Director.
THOMAS G. STOUFFER MEMORIAL AWARDS
awarded to 9th & 11th graders who exemplify school spirit and demonstrate involvement in extra-curricular activities while maintaining a good grade point average; selected by 9th & 11th grade counselors/administrators.
KACY STRAUB MEMORIAL GOLF AWARD
awarded to seniors on the CASD golf team.
ENOS YEAGER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
awarded to the most outstanding female and male runners of the CASHS cross-country teams; selected by cross country coaches.
ROTZ & STONESIFER ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIP ($1,000)
awarded to the outstanding senior accounting student; selected by the business faculty.
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