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The YHS Alumni Association, Inc.
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For further information contact the Alumni Scholarship Committee Chairman,
Eunice Taylor Fenwick.
Christopher Newport University has a perpetual endowed scholarship available for a qualifying YHS senior planning to attend CNU. This dedicated YHS Alumni Association Scholarship was funded through a combination of $25,000 obtained during the celebration of York High’s 50th anniversary in 2004 (known as “The Golden Jubilee”) and a matching $25,000 grant to CNU from an anonymous donor. The annual investment proceeds of these funds will be made available to support part of the selected individual's tertiary education. For further information and forms, applicants should contact the CNU Office of Financial Aid at (757) 594-7170 or visit http://financialaid.cnu.edu. CNU makes its own selection and distributes the funds available to our YHS graduates. If no YHS graduate applies for the CNU endowment it will be used to support another deserving CNU applicant. Therefore, it is crucial that YHS seniors planning to continue their education at CNU be made aware of the existence of this additional scholarship. Please help us get the word out about this wonderful opportunity!
The York High School Alumni Association, Inc. awards a substantial scholarship(s) annually to a graduating senior of York High to the college of their choice. Additional scholarships are available to YHS seniors planning to attend Christopher Newport University. Both of these scholarships are available to deserving YHS seniors if they complete the application process and are selected.
York High seniors wishing to compete for the Alumni Association scholarship(s) must complete an application and submit it to the YHS Guidance Department by no later than March 1st of their graduation year. The Alumni Scholarship Committee will then make a selection from the applications received. Applicants must have an excellent scholastic record and participate in extracurricular activities, both in school and in the community.