Qualifications for each scholarship fund differs. Be sure to look to make sure you meet requirements before applying.
Download our required Application and materials. The Deadline to submit has been extended to May 15, 2020, and should be submitted electronically to scholarships@CommunityFoundationLF.org. We will accept downloaded (unofficial) school transcripts in your application.
2019-2020 Scholarship Application is required for each and every scholarship you apply.
2019-2020 Scholarship List of various scholarships available as detailed below.
|Gavin Rupp “I Promise 15″ Scholarship Fund. Recipient must be a graduate from a high school in Loudoun County (within last 12 months) with at least a 3.0 GPA; have a dedicated career interest in allied health medicine with selection preference by the Selection Committee for students who seek a career in pediatric care and or pediatric cancer treatment (oncology). Award priority is given first-year students, however, past recipients may be invited to apply for a renewed scholarship in special circumstances. Application: CFLNFC General scholarship application and 250-300 word essay sharing why you seek to be a healthcare professional.|
|Loudoun County High School Scholarship. Recipient must be a graduate from Loudoun County High School, Leesburg, VA, Loudoun County (within last 6 months); offer evidence of financial need, scholastic ability, and participation in school and community activities. One awardee will be selected each year; the award is renewable for a total of four years Application: CFLNFC General scholarship application.|
|Debbie Settle Scholarship Foundation. Recipient must a grad from a Loudoun County High School with 3.0 GPA or higher and accepted to attend within 6 months a program or institution to study and undertake a future career in music performance or music education, with some emphasis on recipients seeking to pursue choral leadership, such as but not limited to, choral directing, choral education, and choral performance. Application: CFLNFC General scholarship application and 250-300 word essay sharing “how you seek to inspire others through a career in music."|
|Blair and Mike Pirrello Vocational Scholarship. Recipient must be a Loudoun County resident and high-school graduate or GED equivalent within the past four years preceding application seeking further education through a vocational trade or apprenticeship. Some emphasis may be placed on financial need. With approval funds received may be used for academic costs, testing costs, books, and associated trade tools. General scholarship application and one-page essay sharing “Why trade or vocational school is a good fit for me,” or, “My plans for the future.”|