The Alleghany Education Foundation provides
scholarship and enrichment opportunities to students
in Alleghany County.
Alleghany High School Seniors may apply for numerous scholarships by using the main application form. Amounts of money awarded, as well as criteria, will vary according to the discretion of individuals or groups who provide funding for the scholarship.
Completing a scholarship application does not guarantee receipt of a scholarship. Alleghany County Educational Foundation does not discriminate on basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age or disability.
Selection criteria include financial need, extra curricular activities, rank, GPA, and/or specific college majors.
Main Application due
February 14, 2020 at 12:00 PM.
Special Applications due
February 28, 2020 at 12:00 PM.
Call the Alleghany High School Guidance Office at 336-372-5095 weekdays between 7:45 and 3:15 for more information.
WCC Tuition Free Guarantee
Wilkes Community College, Alleghany County Schools, and the
Alleghany County Educational Foundation are partnering for the
WCC Tuition-Free Guarantee.
Wilkes Community College Alleghany Campus Website
(scholarship information link is midpage located above contact information)
Main Scholarship forms must be completed and submitted by February 14, 2020
AHS Denim Day
Alleghany Council on
Alleghany Planning Committee
Thomas Benes, Major General
Bob and Carol Black
Chilly Water Farm
Class Of 1959
Class Of 1960
Class Of 1962
Class Of 1988
Lonnie And Clyde Davis
Jerry and Karen Duncan
John And Jane Gehring
James And Elizabeth Goodman
James A. Greene
Huber, Anderson Family
Andy Huber / Special Service Award
Dr. Suzanne Irwin
Dr. Wade Irwin
J. Lee Keiger, Jr. Family
Robert And Elizabeth Lyon
Dr. Joe Mellow
John And Helen Fussell
Robertson Plan Ahead
Bill and Peg Saunders
Sparta Lions Club
Sparta Women’s Club
Dr. Nicolas Varano
Art and Danni Weber
Bobby Joe Gambill
Special Scholarship forms must be completed and submitted by February 28, 2020
The Special Scholarship Applications complement the Main Application:
For students demonstrating academic merit and community service who have financial need.
Alleghany Homebuilders Assoc.
Della S. Brooks/Hattie B. Joines
For those pursuing a doctorate in veterinary medicine or education in agriculture.
For students accepted into a 2-4 year college or university pursuing a medical degree.
For students with financial need that are actively pursuing a medical degree.
For students entering a vocational career field with a 2-year degree, or any teaching field.
For students planning to earn a Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree majoring in a science, technology, engineering, or math field.
Senior accepted and enrolled in a junior or senior college or university
For students from the Turkey Knob/Piney Creek Area who plan to pursue an education in forestry, wildlife, or medicine.
For relatives of members and members of the Mt. Zion community that demonstrate financial need.
For students majoring or minoring in art, music, or education.
Providing financial assistance to a graduate of Alleghany High School affiliated with Sparta United Methodist Church
Honors the memory of the long time organist of First Baptist Church, Sparta, N.C.
For students demonstrating financial need with scholastic achievement that are pursuing an education in mechanical engineering or aviation.
Special consideration given to students with immediate relatives that are retired or active duty military.
For Alleghany High School Students pursuing a 2-4 year degree.
Graduates must be accepted by an accredited 2 or 4 year college or university with a goal of completing their education in the field of mechanical engineering or aviation
The following organizations also offer scholarships to Alleghany High School Seniors.
Click the links below to access their forms online.
Please print and return all forms to Alleghany High School Guidance Office.
Post Office Box 33 Sparta, North Carolina 28675