College Scholarships

College Scholarships 

Below is a list of available scholarships as well as a PDF of other scholarships. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Karen Johnson at (260) 483-1102 or [email protected] in the School Counseling (Guidance) Office (Main Office). 

Scholarship Available during the 2022-23 School Year

Also, check the Daily Bulletin for updates on new scholarships. 
Click here Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne scholarships. 
Here is a link to the Top 175 College Scholarships:

Deadline April 1, 2023

This scholarship is to be administered by the Martin Fischer Memorial Fund of the Concordia Educational Foundation (CEF) in accordance with the guidelines established. The scholarship is to be awarded annually by CLHS to a worthy and deserving CLHS student to be used during the student’s four undergraduate college years. The scholarship further stipulates that the student must study a Humanities-related field, which includes the fine and performing arts, languages, philosophy, religion, history, education, journalism, many more, etc., branches of learning having primarily a cultural character. The scholarship shall be for $8,000 annually, renewable for three years, for a total of up to $32,000. 

Deadline April 1, 2023

This $1500 scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating CLHS Senior who will attend a Lutheran college or university to prepare for a career in Christian Education or the pastoral ministry. It is renewable for three more years if the conditions of the Scholarship are met. Applications are DUE IN March each year and are available from Ms. Karen Johnson, Guidance Assistant, in the CLHS main office. 

Due Yearly in the Fall (Second Week of September)

We have made a few minor changes to the application:

  • Removed SAT scores from the application & scoring materials
  • Removed gender references from the application

Applicants must meet the following criteria to apply:

  • be a resident of Allen County, Indiana
  • have a GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • graduate during the current school year with a diploma from an accredited high school in Allen County
  • Intend to apply to an accredited public or private college or university in Indiana to pursue a full-time baccalaureate course of study by the following fall.
  • The applicant has overcome obstacles that created barriers to academic achievement.
  • The applicant’s family has demonstrated financial need shown through the completion of the FAFSA, eligibility for subsidized school lunches, or other extenuating circumstances, such as multiple children in secondary and postsecondary school or a single-parent household.

Pick up your application in the MAIN OFFICE.

If you live in another county, they may have their own Lilly Endowment requirements and deadlines.  Be sure to check that out.

Chick-fil-a Scholarship:

Applicants to the Chick-fil-A Community Scholars Program must:

  • Be current high school
  • Be involved in community service, extracurricular activities and/or a leadership role in the twelve (12) months prior to application deadline (for examplevolunteering for non-profits, helping others less fortunate, tutoring/mentoring, etc.)
  • Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 

Chick-fil-A landing page for Community Scholars:


Information is available in the Guidance Office for the Edgar H Kilbourne Scholarship Fund. Students eligible for the Kilbourne reside in Allen County, are affiliated with a church or religious organization, and demonstrate financial need and qualities of leadership and initiative. Desired qualifications include being in the top 50% of your graduating class and a minimum GPA of 2.0. These applications are completed online at Flyers and Q&A sheets are available in the Guidance Office. Applications for the Kilbourne will be accepted January 11 through March 28, 2023.

Information is available in the Guidance Office for the Evans-Moss Scholarship Fund. Students eligible for the Kilbourne reside in Allen County and earn or contribute part of the cost of their education each semester. Desired qualifications include being in the top 50% of your graduating class and demonstrate financial need and scholastic ability. These applications are completed online at Flyers and Q&A sheets are available in the Guidance Office. Applications for the Evans Moss will be accepted January 11 through March 28, 2023.

The Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust is accepting applications for the Nancy Jaynes Memorial Scholarship worth up to $2500 for a senior whose parent is currently battling breast cancer or who has lost a parent to breast cancer. For information on this scholarship, go to and click on How We Help followed by Scholarships.  The deadline for applying is February 10, 2023.  
If you plan on becoming a teacher or school administrator, there are three scholarships you should check out from the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. The Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship offers a renewable scholarship of up to $7,500 per year in exchange for agreeing to teach for 5 years at an eligible Indiana School. The Earline S Rogers Student Teaching Scholarship for Minorities offers up to $4,000 in the semester a minority student does their student teaching or school administration internship. And the Student Teaching Scholarship for High-Needs Fields allows up to $4,000 for students who plan to teach in special education or middle or high school-level math or science.  Check out these scholarships at [email protected]. Application deadline is January 31, 2023.
Student Insights is a market research firm helping colleges and universities communicate more effectively with high school seniors. They are announcing opportunities for two scholarships, the Indiana Senior Scholarship Program and the Student-View Scholarship Program. To apply for the Senior Scholarship program go to and complete an application survey. Multiple scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000 will be awarded via a random drawing of all completed applications. Applying for the Student-View Scholarship automatically enters you into the drawing for the Indiana Senior Scholarship. The scholarship deadline is April 23, 2023.

The Indiana Sheriffs’ Association is taking applications for their scholarship for students enrolling as a full-time student studying for a career in a Law Enforcement Field. Applicants must be a resident of Indiana. You must also be a member of the association or a dependent child or grandchild of an association member. If you are not a member of the association, there is an application for association membership with the scholarship paperwork to become a member.  Deadline for this application is April 1. Information on this scholarship is available in the Guidance Office.

The John H Noll Scholarship is available to graduates of Fort Wayne high schools planning full-time attendance at an accredited 2 or 4-year college, university, vocational-technical or trade school. This scholarship gives preference to average students with a GPA of 2.0 to 3.5 on a 4.0 grading scale. The application site is available February 2, 2023 through 3:00 pm March 16, 2023. Visit Flyers are available in the Guidance Office.

Also, check out these resources for other College Scholarships...