Phillip A. Hawley Scholarship

Awarded to one or more graduates from Randolph Central High School who took Industrial Arts classes.  Has been accepted and plan to attend a 2 or 4 years public or private institution, or an acceptable trade school studying areas such as art, welding, apprentice programs, etc.

Kevin Gulley Memorial

Awarded to a boy or girl graduate of Winchester Community High School. Based on academic achievement, leadership, citizenship, ability, need and probable success in his/her field.  Must have been enrolled in WCHS during his/her eleventh and twelfth years of school and shall be in the upper one-half of his/her class.  Preference given to students who…

Donnabelle Gaylor

Awarded to a student graduating from Winchester Community High School who meets the following requirements:  student shall have applied and been accepted at an accredited institution of higher education; must intend to pursue a Bachelor’s degree and enroll as a full time student; completed their junior and senior years at WCHS; demonstrated good character and…

Harry and Thelma Way Fuller

Awarded to Winchester Community High School graduating senior, financial need given priority, grades not exclusive factor and the following qualifications shall also be considered:  attitude towards school work, initiative, incentive, worthiness, willingness, citizenship, and cooperation.

Ruth Bales Fisch

Awarded to senior girl of Winchester Community High School, based on academic achievement, leadership, ability, probable success in selected field and possible need, must rank in upper third of class, applied and accepted by an accredited college or university, enrolled in WCHS her eleventh and twelfth years, first preference to student who plans to teach…

Wallace L. and Edna V. Fields

Awarded to Winchester Community High School student who has exhibited an interest in history.  Financial need is priority. Qualifications that should also be considered: attitude toward school work, initiative, incentive, worthiness, willingness, citizenship, cooperation, interest in Randolph County Historical Society, interest in the Randolph County Historical Museum, resident of Ward Township.

Richard and Mamie Fields

Awarded to student from school district formerly known as “Ward Township”, part of Randolph Central School Corp. preference given to those interested in farming, teacher, or registered nurse in that order.

Jack W. and Ione M. Carpenter

Awarded to boy or girl selected on basis of academic achievement, leadership, ability and probable success in his/her selected field. Must have been enrolled in Winchester Community High School during eleventh and twelfth years.