Senior Award Opportunities
Senior Awards are scholarship opportunities that are specific to CRHS graduating seniors. Senior Awards are posted as they become available. Please check this site regularly to view new and upcoming award opportunities. All applications for Senior Awards can be found by clicking on the scholarship name below.
Please see Mrs. Greynolds in the Counseling Office with any questions pertaining to Senior Awards.
The goal of the Edward Pinson Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to those students who have applied themselves throughout high school and want to continue their education or training after secondary school graduation. Awards are granted to help develop the natural talents of a diverse graduating class, and the Edward Pinson Scholarship Committee strives to provide students with an opportunity for a variety of options. This scholarship is open to all Graduating Seniors. The scholarship is available to ALL students with varied aspirations for their careers.
The Cumberland County Retired Educators' Association (CCREA) offers this scholarship to one student from each of the Cumberland County high schools who is planning to pursue a career in Education. The scholarship will be paid directly to the college or university bookstore for use by the student to purchase books or materials.
This scholarship is for a student pursuing a 2 or 4- year degree in Horticultural studies, Agriculture studies or Environmental studies. The applicant must be a resident of Gloucester, Salem or Cumberland Counties planning to attend college or are attending college. The applicant must have a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale and US residency is required.
The Alpha Delta Kappa - Chi Chapter offers a $500 scholarship to a graduating female senior who plans to pursue a career in Education. All completed applications and supporting documents must be submitted to Ms. Smith in the Guidance Office no later than April 15, 2022.
The mission and purpose of Soroptimist International of Cumberland County is to improve the lives of women and girls in our local community and throughout the world. In concurrence with this mission, the Soroptimist International of Cumberland County Scholarship Award is given to (up to four) 2022 graduating high school senior female student applicants, residing within Cumberland County, NJ in recognition of their outstanding contributions and accomplishments in their school, community and world.
The Frank Morrissey Memorial Scholarship is given to a graduating senior who is currently attending one of the five public high schools in Cumberland County and is a child or family member of someone who is an NJEA member. The student must be planning to further his/her education, have a "C" academic average or better and be in good standing, have good attendance with no more than 12 unexcused days and have a good discipline record. The student will be required to submit a transcript with the application and must demonstrate humanitarianism, leadership, sportsmanship/citizenship, integrity and desire/determination.
The Historic Greenwich Education Foundation provides a one-time $1000 scholarship to a graduating senior who is a current resident of Greenwich Township, attended Greenwich Stow Creek Partnership Schools and has a minimum GPA of 2.5 or its equivalent on the 100 pt scale. Completed applications and all supporting documentation must be submitted to Mrs. Sheppard no later than 05/06/2022.
Scholarship for graduating seniors who a) have a GPA of 3.0 or higher (High School Transcript must be attached), b) must be accepted and enrolled in an accredited 2 or 4 year college or university with a major in social work for fall (proof of acceptance and enrollment are required and must be attached to the scholarship application), c) preference will be given to Fairfield Township students, but eligible and exceptional students from other areas in the district will also be considered, d) submit 2 letters of recommendation (one from any school personnel and one from any non-family member outside of school), e) must complete and submit the required scholarship questions and answers (there is no word limit for answers), and f) complete a 250 word essay (more than 250 words may disqualify applicants) - see application for essay topic. Submit your completed application (questions & answers, essay, transcript, proof of acceptance & enrollment, 2 letters of recommendation) per the directions on the application criteria page.