The James K. Adams and Arlene L. Adams Foundation

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April 01, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Foundation is now accepting applications for financial aid for graduates of the high schools listed below in eastern and central Cumberland County and the high schools in Perry County, Pennsylvania. Tuition assistance will be awarded based on merit, community involvement, good moral character, the prospect of success or achievement, and financial need for the upcoming academic year.

    Applicants must have graduated from one of the following high schools in Cumberland and Perry Counties, Pennsylvania:
    -Bible Baptist School
    -Big Springs HS
    -Boiling Springs HS
    -Camp Hill HS
    -Carlisle Area HS
    -Cedar Cliff HS
    -Cumberland Valley HS
    -East Pennsboro HS
    -Emmanuel Baptist Christian Academy
    -Greenwood HS
    -Harrisburg Academy
    -Mechanicsburg Area HS
    -Newport HS
    -Susquenita HS
    -Trinity HS
    -West Perry Senior HS

    Supplemental materials are required when applying. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • David Radcliff
  • 1011 Mumma Road
  • Suite 201
  • Lemoyne, PA 17043
  • 717-975-9600

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