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Local Scholarships

2015-2016 Local Scholarships Checklist


Please use the South Newton Scholarship Application for the following Scholarships:
  • Brook Chamber of Commerce Scholarship
  • Community State Bank of Brook Scholarship
  • Fowler State Bank of Kentland Scholarship
  • Goodland Lions Club Scholarship
  • Kentland Bank Scholarship
  • Clint Lottinville Memorial Scholarship
  • Gary Montgomery Memorial Scholarship
  • Newton County Development Scholarship
  • Orion Energy Group LLC Scholarship
  • Parker Hannifin Technical Merit Scholarship
  • Psi Iota Xi Scholarship
  • Gordon & Ann Scott Memorial Scholarship
  • South Newton FFA Scholarship
  • South Newton Merit Scholarship
  • South Netwon Single Young Farmers Scholarship
  • South Newton Student Council Scholarship
  • Suiter Farm Partnership Scholarship
  • Tri Kappa Academic - M. Jeannette Batton Scholarship
  • Tri Kappa Academic - Karen Molter Van Duyn Scholarship
  • Tri Kappa Vocational Scholarship
  • Jeff Wilson Memorial Scholarship - Academic
  • Jeff Wilson Memorial Scholarship - Vocational
  • Carol Long Hathaway Scholarship
  • Velora M. Miller Scholarship
  • Goodland Community Church Scholarship
  • Kentland Rotary Scholarships
  • Don Hartman Memorial Scholarship

Please use a seperate application for the following scholarships:


Use this RESUME EXAMPLE to compile all of your accomplishments, honors, awards, and activities you have done throughout high school! Remember, scholarships are the time for you to BRAG ABOUT YOURSELF!!!

Newton County Community Foundation Scholarships

Newton County Community Foundation Scholarship Checklist

All of the Newton County Community Foundation Scholarships are now done ELECTRONICALLY!!! In order to complete the scholarships that are listed below, you will need to do so via

Under "Newton County" click on "Scholarship Opportunities" and begin. It's a step by step process and very simple once you get used to the format. These are due by March 16, 2016!!!

There are NO PAPER APPLICATIONS this year for the Newton County Community Foundation. The scholarships that are available to South Newton Students are listed below. Please use the Newton County Community Foundation Checklist to see which scholarships you are eligible for!!!


Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship

Agriculture/FFA/4-H Scholarships

  • Grace Pampel Educational Scholarship
  • Earl H. Passwaters Agricultural Scholarship
  • Richard A. Angle Memorial Scholarship
  • Jamie Carlson Memorial 4-H/FFA Scholarship
  • Vision Ag Scholarship
  • Chuck & Larry Whaley Memorial 4-H/FFA Scholarship

Business Scholarships

  • Hale Entrepreneurship Scholarship

Education Scholarships

  • Joy Stowers Memorial Scholarship

Fine Arts Scholarships

  • Morris E. Cornell Scholarship
  • Grace Pampel Educational Scholarship

General Scholarships

  • Robert R. Batton & M. Jeanette Batton Scholarship
  • The Delores & Gene Deno Memorial Scholarship
  • Reverend Thomas E. Fox Scholarship
  • Gerald & Barbara Gerbracht Family Scholarship
  • Jackson Township Scholarship
  • Ross & Phyllis McKee Achievement Scholarship
  • Newton County Community Foundation Scholarship
  • Sherry A. Power Hufnagel Scholarship
  • Margaret Kindig Stonecipher Scholarship
  • Thomas, Danis & Margie Wilson Scholarship

Medical Scholarships

  • Dr. Cecil & Gladys Johnson Memorial Scholarship
  • Grace Pampel Educational Scholarship

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