Rittgers & Rittgers Annual Scholarship

The Rittgers & Rittgers Scholarship honors four promising Warren County seniors each year for intellectual strength, independent thinking and exceptional achievement. Recipients are chosen based on their ability to achieve success through a demonstrated commitment to the principals of the United States Constitution, including freedom, progress and justice. Rittgers & Rittgers believes that to value the nation’s founding principles we must value hard work and excellence in Warren County’s public schools.


Applicants must have a GPA of 3.3 or above, with demonstrated commitment to the principals of the United States Constitution. Prior to receiving an award, the applicant must submit an official high school transcript and verification of post-graduate plans (upon request). Candidates DO NOT need to have experience with legal or constitutional matters. Only graduating seniors from Warren County public schools will be considered.

Please visit our website for more information and to apply. Please limit your essay response to fewer than 500 words, as anything exceeding this limit will not be considered. Competitive candidates will demonstrate a commitment to freedom, progress and justice in answering the prompt listed on our website.

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