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Scholarships

The Tiffin Community Foundation offers scholarships beginning in January through March of each calendar year.  Please contact your school guidance counselor to find out which scholarships you might be eligible to apply for. If you would like to donate to one of our scholarship funds click here. If you would like to create your own scholarship fund click here.

This scholarship will be awarded annually to a college-bound senior of the Tiffin Columbian boys’ basketball team.

This scholarship is awarded to a student who has best demonstrated, in the judgment of the scholarship trustees, the same quality of character and hard work that Greg exemplified in his life.

2019 Recipient: Garrett McCoy of Hopewell-Loudon High School

This Scholarship is to be awarded to a New Riegel High School Senior student. The student must have attended New Riegel High School for at least two years, and he/she must also be planning to enter a post-secondary school or institute of higher learning in a two or four-year degree program in the fall of the academic year immediately following graduation.

This scholarship will be awarded to Columbian High School under-grad students seeking enrichment opportunities in leadership, government, or public policy.

This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior from Calvert Catholic Schools who is pursuing a degree in a medical field.

This scholarship is awarded to a student who has best demonstrated, in the judgment of the scholarship trustees, the same quality of character that Casey exemplified in her life. The scholarship awards will be presented to one student from Columbian High School, and one from Calvert High School.

2019 Recipients: Sophie Burtis of Calvert Catholic Schools and Hannah Cooper of Columbian High School.

The Garlapati Family Scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior in the Tiffin Schools each year.  The recipients will be those students who have best demonstrated leadership to prevent bullying at their school or in their community.

2019 Recipient: Eddy Willman an eighth grader from Calvert Catholic Schools

This scholarship’s purpose is to award a Columbian senior, either male or female, who has demonstrated outstanding scholastics, active in schools affairs, and a school leader.

2019 Recipient: Kaia Treadway of Columbian High School

This scholarship’s purpose is to award a senior, either male or female, who has demonstrated outstanding scholastics, active in schools affairs, and a school leader. Preference will be given to a student who will be entering a medical or technology field.

2019 Recipient: Halle Rotruck of Seneca East High School

This scholarship’s purpose is to reward a Sentinel Career and Technology Center school senior, either male or female, who has demonstrated outstanding scholastics, has been active in school affairs, and has been a class leader.

2019 Recipient: Hannah Cooper of Vanguard-Sentinel Career Center

A Scholarship will be given each year to one graduating senior from The Sentinel Career Center who displays a passion for volunteer work within the community.

2019 Recipients: Hannah Cooper of Columbian High School

This scholarship is awarded to graduating seniors of Tiffin Calvert High School and Tiffin Columbian High School, who are pursuing a post-secondary degree in Education at the college or university of their choice in the academic year immediately following high school graduation. Preference may be given to students pursuing a degree in Special Education.

2019 Recipients: Patrisha Simpkins and Anna Latona of Columbian High School

This scholarship will be awarded to a senior member of the New Riegel High School girls’ basketball team pursuing a post-secondary degree in a two or four year program at an accredited college or university of their choice.

This scholarship will be awarded to a Calvert High School senior who demonstrates both need and character.

2019 Recipients: Maria Perez-Ramirez and Jacob Schetter from Calvert Catholic Schools

This scholarship is awarded annually to a qualified, graduating senior of Hopewell-Loudon School.

2019 Recipient: Garrett McCoy of Hopewell-Loudon High School

The Scholarship is to be awarded to a New Riegel High School Senior student. The student must have attended New Riegel High School for at least two years and he/she must also be planning to enter a post-secondary school or institute of higher learning in a two or four-year degree program in the fall of the academic year immediately following graduation.

This scholarship is awarded to a person living in Seneca County, Ohio who is pursuing a registered nursing degree at the college or university of their choice. The recipient will be the person who has best demonstrated, in the judgment of the scholarship trustees, the same quality of character that Mary Lou exemplified in her life.

2019 Recipient: Kaia Treadway of Columbian High School

Available through New Rigel Moose to students whose parents are New Rigel Moose members.

The purpose of this Fund shall be to provide an annual scholarship to one or more graduating Heidelberg University students, male or female, who have been accepted to an accredited postsecondary institution in the United States, who will be pursuing a graduate degree in the natural sciences, and who has a demonstrated financial need as determined by the Fund Advisers of the Foundation.

2019 Recipients: Melanie Cohn, Kevin Scrudders, Danielle Blum, Claire Hoffman, and Kaylee Wilburn of Heidelberg University

This scholarship is awarded to a person living in Seneca County, Ohio who is pursuing a degree at the college or university of their choice. The recipient will be the person who has best demonstrated, in the judgment of the scholarship trustees, compassion for and a commitment toward the well-being of animals.

2019 Recipient: Paige Tyree

A graduating Hopewell Loudon senior will receive a one time $1000 scholarship for post secondary education.  The college or university that the recipient chooses will receive and apply the funds to the name of the scholarship winner.

2019 Recipient: Brock Williams of Hopewell-Loudon High School

The St. Francis Care Center Foundation of Green Springs Scholarship Fund has been established to provide scholarships to students currently enrolled in a health care Associate, Bachelor or higher degree program, who have graduated from a Seneca County High School in Ohio.

2019 Recipients: Alec Demith of University of Cincinnati, Derek Dryfuse of University of Toledo, Megan Cleveland of Mount Caramel College of Nursing, and Shaye Brown of Ashland University

This scholarship’s purpose is to recognize a Columbian High School graduating senior or seniors who have worked to the best of his/her ability to achieve excellence in the tradition of Tiffin Columbian and its alumni.

2019 Recipients: Alexis Barker, Emily Davis, Chloe Eppley, Kerrick Fanning, and Patrisha Simpkins of Columbian High School

This scholarship will be awarded to a high school senior from Seneca County or another county if the parent is an employee of Tiffin Metal Products, who is pursuing a post-secondary degree or certification in the academic year immediately following high school graduation at a certified trade school, two or four year program at the college or university of the student’s choice.

Because of their belief in the education provided to the children of our school system, the Warns’ established a scholarship fund to assist one Hopewell-Loudon senior pursue a career in Education.

2019 Recipient: Bailee Coss of Hopewell-Loudon High School

This scholarship is presented to a college-bound senior majoring in the medical/healthcare field.

2019 Recipient: Maria Perez-Ramirez of Calvert Catholic Schools

This scholarship will be awarded to a student who has best demonstrated, in the judgment of the scholarship advisory committee, the same quality of character that Nick exemplified in his life.

2019 Recipient: Sydney Trevino of Columbian High School

This scholarship is awarded to a student who has best demonstrated that their agriculture program will lead them to a career they love so like Mr. Z, that they will never have to work a day in their life.  The recipient will demonstrate a mature sense of responsibility, high moral values and a devotion to family, agriculture, and their community.

2019 Recipient: Caden Gurney of Mohawk High School