Scholarship Funds

Scholarship funds provide competitive scholarship programs for students to obtain post secondary education. These funds can memorialize a family member, commemorate a graduating class, assist with a particular field of study, benefit students from disadvantaged areas, support students from a particular county, and more. The following is a current listing of all Scholarship and Award Funds.

Established by Kenneth and Leyanne Harper in memory of their daughter, Abbie Jane Harper, to benefit graduating seniors of Maryville High School.
Established in memory of Angie Grubb, a McMinn County High School student leader and athlete, by her parents, Johnny A. and Glenda Grubb, this fund benefits students from McMinn County.
This fund benefits students enrolled in a program teaching the skills required for a job in a skilled trade.
This fund benefits graduating high school seniors from 10 counties in East Tennessee wishing to pursue careers in science or pre-engineering fields.
Established in 2016 through a bequest from Carl Kirkpatrick, II as a tribute to his late wife, Barbara, this fund benefits single-parent students pursuing undergraduate programs of study at East Tennessee State University.
Established by Danny Maples and Laura Boring in memory of their daughter, Brandy Dana Maples, a Carter High School student leader and athlete from 1992-1995, this fund benefits graduates of Carter High School in Strawberry Plains, Tennessee.
This fund was established to assist graduates of Hancock County High School and Grainger County High School in pursuing programs of study leading to certification as a Registered Nurse.
This fund was established in memory of Brittany Johnson to assist students pursuing an undergraduate degree in our 25 county region, with preference given to female basketball players with financial need attending Maryville College.
Established to assist students pursuing a career in any of a broad variety of fields within pediatric oncology.
This fund was established to assist qualified students (with preference given to female students) pursuing a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the University of Tennessee or Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine.