College: Scholarships

Looking for more scholarships? Be sure to inquire with the Financial Aid office at the school you plan to attend to find out about opportunities for which you can apply!

We know searching for scholarships can be overwhelming! The guidance department at PH created a form to help you stay organized in the process! Use this form to track which scholarships you want to apply for.
Download the form here.

Scholarships are listed as they are received and posted online. If you need transcripts or recommendation letters for your scholarships, please allow two weeks' time for counselors and recommenders to meet your requests.

NOTE: Scholarship Opportunities for specific colleges and universities can be found by clicking the "College Specific Scholarships" link to the left.

New Scholarships Now Posted


The Alexa Tyree Cannon Fine Arts Scholarship

The Alexa Cannon Fine Arts Scholarship is to be awarded to a graduating high school student who intends to pursue advanced education in the study of fine arts.  This scholarship is in memory of Alexa Tyree Cannon, a passionate, dedicated PHHS Patriot who believed in helping others achieve their dream. In the memory of Alexa Cannon, the PTSA will offer this scholarship in her name as a way to achieve her dream of helping others.

Please click here for application

Deadline May 15th to PHHS Main Guidance office, 1st floor


Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Roanoke Alumni Chapter
A public Service Sorority

Deadline: May 3rd
Click here for application and guidelines


Leavitt Machinery (LM) Scholarship

Amount: $500
Deadline: May 31st
Click here for application 


Women Forward in Technology Scholarship

Amount: $3,000
Deadline: June 15th
Click here for application


Capital Auto Auction STEM Scholarship

For students pursuing degrees in STEM

Amount: $1,000 (1 winner), $250 (2 runner ups)
Deadline: August 15th
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Crandall & Katt, Attorneys at Law Academic Scholarship Program

Amount: $500.00

Who: Seniors attending post-high school education

What: Write a 300-word essay (minimum) on the following prompt: “What will the legal future hold for driverless cars that are involved in accidents?”

How: Go to! and create an account.

Deadline: May 17, 2019




The Recovery Village Health Care Scholarship

Amount: $1000
Who: Seniors pursuing a career in healthcare who are U.S. Citizens or permanent residents
How: Click here, the link above, or visit
Deadline: June 30, 2019



                                    Fountainhead Essay Contest

Amount: $50-$10,000 depending on placement in competition

Who: Juniors and Seniors

How: Email Essays to Jon Glatfelter at

Deadline: May 15, 2019.