Italian Community Center of Greater Lynn Scholarship

FOR SENIORS

These scholarships will be given to a student of Italo-American parentage who has scholastic achievement.

Italian Community Center of Greater Lynn Application

Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Scholarship

FOR SENIORS

The DAV Chapter 64 announces the 2022 DAV Chapter 64 Scholarship Awards Program. Under the Program, four (4) $500 scholarships will be awarded to 1) volunteers in service to veterans and 2) for relatives of veterans. Each program will provide 2 awards (1 for a Swampscott resident and 1 for a Lynn resident). The scholarships can be used for any accredited post high school education.

To apply, click DAV.

Esther Hawks Scholarship Trust

FOR SENIORS

In September of 1870, Esther Hill Hawks became one of the first female physicians in the city of Lynn, Massachusetts. She died on May 6, 1906, and left much of her estate to charity.

By decree dated August 9, 1982 of the Probate Court, distributions are restricted to public charitable purposes. In recent years this has been mainly in the form of scholarships (not exceeding tuition and fees) to graduating Lynn High School seniors for full-time college attendance, and renewals of such scholarships in subsequent years.

The number and amount of first-time awards varies from year to year and from grantee to grantee. In recent years, out of 30-50 total grants, there were approximately 10 first-time grants, with an average grant of about $3000 each. Awards are usually announced by late-June/early-July and paid directly to the college thereafter. Awards are need-based but consider achievement, vary between awardees, do not exceed tuition and fees, or a level set annually by the Trustees.

The deadline is May 15, 2022.

To apply, click Hawks.

Beyond Breed Scholarship

FOR SENIORS

Students applying for this scholarship must have attended Breed and are attending a two or four year college/university/speciality school.

For an application, click Beyond Breed.

Class of 1966 Scholarship

FOR SENIORS

Eligibility:

  • top 40% of the graduating class
  • attended Lynn English for a minimum three years
  • accepted to an accredited two or four year institution of higher learning
  • participated in athletic, extracurricular or community service endeavors

For an application, click Class of 1966 Scholarship

Richard and Ellen Penley Health & Science Related Scholarship

FOR SENIORS

The Richard and Ellen Penley Health & Science Related Scholarship was established in 2008 in memory of Ellen Farmer Penley.

The Penley Scholarship is slated for three graduating seniors in the Lynn Public Schools in the amount of $4,000 each. These students must show interest in the Health & Science related fields and who intend to increase their knowledge and education in that field by enrolling in a two or four year college.

If you do not have College Board scores, you can still submit and application.

You must submit the application to YOUR guidance counselor by 8:00 AM on Friday, May 13, 2022.

For an application, click Penley Scholarship

Pine Hill Civic Association Scholarship

FOR SENIORS

Applicants shall be the son or daughter, stepson or stepdaughter, or have their legal guardian be a member of the Pine Hill Civic Association, who is a current paid member (paid through June 30, 2022) and has been a current paid member of the Association for the past two (2) consecutive years (2020 and 2021). For an application, click Pine Hill

Virginia Thomas Conley Scholarship

FOR SENIORS

The family of Virginia Thomas Conley, a Lynn English alumna, is offering two $500 scholarships.

The only requirement is for students to submit a one-page statement explaining why they are worthy of the scholarship. The statement should be typed, double-spaced, and no more than 250 words.

Please include “Virginia Thomas Conley Scholarship”, your name, and your student ID at the top of the statement. Submit the statement to Mr. Wilkins in the Guidance Department by 9:00 AM on Friday, May 13.

Dawn Angelopoulos Memorial Scholarship

FOR SENIORS

This scholarship is a memorial to Dawn Angelopoulos, a graduate of the Lynn English High School class of 1984. Dawn graduated from Salem State College with the class of 1989, was a strong supporter of public education, and believed in the need for available financial assistance for students in need.

A $2,000 non-renewable scholarship will be awarded each year in Dawn’s name to a member of the Lynn English High School graduating class.

The applicant must be at least a 2-year member of the graduating class of Lynn English High School.

The applicant must be accepted to and attend Salem State College for fall enrollment in the year of his/her high school graduation.

The applicant must provide the following:

  • A copy of the letter of acceptance to Salem State College.
  • A copy of their official high school transcript.
  • A copy of the student aid report of the FAFSA.
  • A completed application.

All of the above should be submitted to Mr. Wilkins in the Guidance Department by 9:00 AM, Friday, May 6, 2022.

For an application, click Angelopoulos

Lynn English Class of 1965 Scholarship

FOR SENIORS

The LEHS Class of 1965 will be awarding a $1,000 scholarship to one student this year.  The award will be presented upon receipt of proof of verification of first semester enrollment.  This scholarship is not renewable.

The six application parts must be submitted together to constitute a completed application.  The completed application must be returned to the LEHS Guidance Department, Attn:  Mr. Matt Wilkins, no later than 3:00 PM, Monday, May 9, 2022.  No exceptions will be made and decisions are final.  The winner will be announced at the LEHS Awards Night.  Note:  Preference may be made to a grandchild of a Class of ’65 classmate.

The student must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  1. Candidate must be accepted to an accredited two or four-year institution of higher learning.
  2. Candidate must have attended LEHS full time for a minimum of two years.
  3. Be a graduating senior in the top 30% of his/her class).
  4. Demonstrated leadership/participation in school and community activities.
  5. Document a need for educational financial assistance.

For an application, click Class of 1965