ENDOWMENTS & SCHOLARSHIPS
The Marietta Schools Foundation has paid out over $2,000,000.00 from scholarships and endowments through our ever expanding commitment to promoting educational achievement and excellence, as evidenced by our Marietta City Schools and alumni accomplishments. Scholarships funded through the Marietta Schools Foundation are listed below.
Please visit the links below to view and apply for the following available Marietta Schools Foundation scholarships.
Awarded to MHS graduate and/or any member of First Presbyterian Church or its Youth Groups. Criteria for selection include essay, church activities, good moral character, variety of interests, high SAT score.
Awarded to MHS graduate who intends to pursue a career in some aspect of the legal field. Recipients shall be bright, compassionate, wholesome, respectful, courteous, unselfish, family oriented and focused.
ALEXIS GRUBBS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR ADVANCED EDUCATION
Awarded to a previous Alexis Grubbs Memorial Scholarship recipient attending post graduate studies in the field of law.
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Awarded to MHS graduate who best exemplify the spirit of “Be Somebody”. Characteristics sought will be leadership, scholastic promise, and financial need.
Awarded to MHS graduates who are interested in pursuing a career in nursing or other areas of the medical profession. Recipient must possess strong academics, leadership, and community service.
CHERYL LOVE EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
First awarded in 2011, this scholarship is awarded to a four-year student at Marietta High School committed to becoming an educator.
Awarded to a student for Vocational Education support at Chattahoochee Technical College
COACH JAMES “FRIDAY” RICHARDS SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to a student submitting an application that embodies the principles of a life guided by the “BE SOMEBODY” Coach Friday mantra.
Awarded to a graduating senior completing an essay reflecting “How #DoYouCU making a difference?”
Jim Mills, Class of 1960, varsity football letterman, was one of Marietta’s most devoted and loyal fans. He and his wife, Mary (class of 1949), epitomized the “true blue” spirit. The James and Mary Mills Scholarship will be awarded every spring to a Marietta senior that best exemplifies the qualities of loyalty, service and True Blue spirit.
Awarded to a MHS graduating golf team member of good moral character. In the absence of a golf team applicant, the committee may choose another MHS athlete.
Awarded to graduating senior who has worked 2 years in the MHS Sports Medicine Program and plans to pursue a career in healthcare.
Awarded annually to a Marietta High School senior student who has demonstrated high academic success, intellectual curiosity, strong sense of community service with preference given to International Baccalaureate Diploma students or IB Career Certificate students who might have a financial need.
THE CULINARY ARTS SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to a Marietta High School senior student on a Culinary Arts post-graduate pathway with good moral character and a variety of