Scholarship Program Through Rising Sun Foundation

January 24, 2014
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The Rising Sun Regional Foundation (RSRF) recently announced the details of its higher education scholarship program for 2014.

The Foundation’s 2014 Scholarship Program will award up to 46 scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each to graduating seniors for the purpose of post-secondary education in any accredited institution of higher learning. The following listed public schools are eligible to participate in this program and receive the number of scholarships indicated: Batesville High School, East Central High School, Jac-Cen-Del High School, Milan High School, Rising Sun High School, South Dearborn High School, and South Ripley High School.

According to the foundation, eligible applicants attending East Central High School must be residents of Ripley County. Eligible applicants attending South Dearborn High School must be residents of the City of Aurora. Eligible applicants attending Batesville High School must be residents of Ripley County and/or the City of Batesville.

In addition to the scholarship awards to the graduating seniors of the RSRF region’s public high schools, RSRF will also award scholarships to graduating seniors who attend private and/or parochial schools and who are residents of one of the following areas served by Rising Sun Regional Foundation, i.e., Ohio and Ripley counties and the City of Aurora. Application forms for these students can be obtained directly from the Foundation’s office.

All completed scholarship applications with attached transcripts must be received at the Rising Sun Regional Foundation office (218 South Walnut Street, PO Box 199, Rising Sun, IN 47040) by 4:00 p.m. (EDST), April 15, 2014.

Scholarship application forms may be obtained at the seven participating public high schools or on the RSRF website.

 

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