These scholarships are available to local students. Please contact each organization for scholarship information.
ASPIRA - Any student of Hispanic heritage who has been accepted or is waiting to be accepted at a higher learning institution may obtain an application from the SHS guidance office.
Cualquier estudiante de descendencia hispana que haya sido aceptado o este esperando ser aceptado a una institucion de ensenanza superior puede obtener una solicitud de la secretaria en la Oficina de Consejeria de la SHS.
Bay State Games Future Leaders Scholarship - Awards six $2,000 college scholarships to Bay State Games participants, and aims to identify young men and women who will be tomorrow's leaders. Open to high school Juniors who are Massachusetts residents.
Big Y - Scholarships are open to graduating high school seniors, and undergrad and graduate students. Employees, their dependents, customers, and their dependents are encouraged to apply. Applications can be obtained in stores from early October through January of each year, with an application deadline of February 1st.
Bill Mastro Memorial Scholarship (Gateway Players) - All college-bound seniors, active in Gateway Players may apply for this $500 scholarship. The scholarship is awarded as a way of encouraging the arts among our youth and rewarding Gateway youth members for their hard work and support. For more information call Gateway at 508-764-4531.
Cornerstone Bank Scholarship - Scholarships are awarded to students throughout the community who best demonstrate achievement and high standards in academics, extracurricular activities, and community involvement. The recipients will also best demonstrate how the study of business or finance relates to their career goals.
Chamber of Central Mass South Scholarship - Students who are attending school or living in the Chamber's service area with a GPA of 3.0 or above are eligible. The Chamber of Central Mass South typically awards 3 scholarships each year.
Greater Worcester Community Foundation - Awards many scholarships to local students to attend college. Students who submit the completed application by the due date will be considered for more than 110 separate awards ranging from $250 to $5,000. Students may be selected for more than one award. Visit the website for full requirements and to apply online.
Harrington Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship –Awarded since 1959 to students planning a career in health care. The scholarship application forms are available in the guidance offices of all area schools as well as in the Volunteer office of Harrington Hospital and must be returned to your guidance representative.
John J. Hart Memorial Scholarship - Provides scholarships to students from Southbridge, Sturbridge, Charlton, and Dudley, who will attend a college or university with a major pertaining to public safety and/or public health.
Quiet Corner Garden Club Annual Scholarship - Awarded to a local high school senior or current college student who resides within the Club’s service area of Northeastern Connecticut or Southcentral Massachusetts, who is pursuing a major in an agriculture/ horticulture-related field of study. The scholarship will be awarded based on a combination of academic achievement, leadership qualities, community service, a letter of recommendation, and a student essay.
Rotary Club of Southbridge Morley Scholarship - The Rotary Foundation’s David and Eleanor Morley Global Grant Scholarship Endowed Fund provides funding to District 7910 for a scholarship for residents of communities in District 7910 (Central Massachusetts and Metrowest), to conduct studies or research at the graduate level abroad.
Southbridge Commission on Disability - Offers a $500 scholarship to students who either have a disability, have a parent or family member that is disabled, or who are entering an institution of higher learning that will lead them into a career in working with people with disabilities.
Southbridge Credit Union - Scholarships are available for Southbridge High, Tantasqua, Shepherd Hill, and Bay Path students. Forms and information are available at school guidance offices.
Southbridge Garden Club - Open to high school seniors who will be attending accredited colleges and universities and majoring in horticulture, landscape design or architecture, conservation, forestry, environmental studies, land/soil management, botany, or other allied subjects. Students must be Massachusetts residents, have a minimum B average, and be of good character. Two $500 scholarships will be awarded.
Southbridge Italian-American Associates and Eustachio Sinni Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship will be awarded to those students of Italian descent, with a solid academic and community service record.
Southbridge Woman’s Club - Awards a scholarship to a graduate resident of Southbridge, Sturbridge, or Charlton.
Worcester State University - Provides a database of available scholarships/grants and matches students automatically to those they qualify for.