One $1,500.00 Scholarship Available This Year

Loveland, Ohio – Over the years, the Loveland Initiative has awarded eighteen college scholarships to high-school graduates living in the Loveland City School District. They created the scholarship fund in the memory of Tracy L. Johnson, a past resident of Westover Village. Johnson was a young, talented woman who died from Muscular Dystrophy before realizing her dream to finish college.

The Loveland Initiative Tracy Johnson Scholarship is funded by money raised during The Loveland Initiative’s annual “Christmas Toy Store” event. The Scholarship places emphasis on financial need, community service, and academic achievement.

One Scholarship Available

Graduating Senior Scholarship 

Eligibility:  Must be a 2017 high school graduate residing in the Loveland School District who meets the listed scholarship income and other criteria.

Community Scholarship

Eligibility:  Any person 25 years of age residing in the Loveland School District who meets the listed scholarship income and other criteria.

Pick up application from – Angie Walls Secretary, Office of School Counseling

Loveland High School  

1 Tiger Trail

Loveland, Ohio 45140-1976

(513) 683-1920 Phone

School Hours: 7:25 AM – 2:25 PM (Monday – Friday)

Office Hours: 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM(Monday – Friday

OR Download application at:

www.lovelandinitiative.org (under the program tab)

www.lovelandschools.org  (under the flyers tab of the high school website)

The completed application must be emailed to trogers7@fuse.net  by Friday April 24, 2016, at 5 PM

Questions: Call Terri Rogers, Executive Director @ 513-739-2354. The Loveland Initiative Advisory Committee will review all applications. The winner(s) will be notified by mail, posted on the Loveland Initiative’s website, and released to the press.

 



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