The Alleghany Education Foundation provides
scholarship and enrichment opportunities to students
in Alleghany County.
J. Ulus Irwin, Sr. Memorial
Established by his sons John U. Irwin, Jr., and Nickolas E. Irwin in memory of their father, mechanic and co-owner of Irwin Motor Co., later Irwin Chevrolet & Olds Co.
This annual scholarship of $500 is to aid a senior from Alleghany High School with limited resources but a desire to further his or her education. The graduate must be accepted by an accredited two or four year college or university.
The selection is made by the Scholarship Committee composed of the following:
a. Principal of Alleghany High School
b. Guidance Counselor of Alleghany High School
c. Chairman of the Science Department at Alleghany High School
d. Honoree or a member of her family
Definite need for financial assistance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70%
Study in Engineering, Mechanics, or Aviation. . . . . . . 30%
The first runner-up will be selected in the event the original recipient should forfeit the rights to the scholarship.
The scholarship will be awarded each year during Awards Day at Alleghany High School by a member of the family or the Chairman of the Alleghany High School Science Department. After the winner is announced, he or she will be expected to sign an acceptance in the Guidance Office.
Dates to Remember
Applications will be due as required by the AHS Guidance Counselor. Call 372-5095 for the exact date.
Announce winner at the Awards Assembly. The winner signs an acceptance in the Guidance Counselors Office.
Recipient has college to notify Guidance Counselor.