Applying for a Scholarship

Graduating High School Seniors

Scholarships are available to eligible graduating high school seniors attending the following Crawford County, Pennsylvania high schools, select your school from the list below to determine your eligibility to submit an application.

Crawford County, Pennsylvania High Schools

If you are a graduating senior attending one of the following Crawford County, Pennsylvania high schools, select your school from the list below:


*Most scholarship applications are due April 1st. Titusville area applications are due April 15th. Please confirm your due date by clicking the link for your particular High School.

Home School, Cyber School and Private Schools outside Crawford County

If you are a resident of Crawford County and a graduating senior who attends a Home School, Cyber School, or Public or Private School outside of Crawford County (i.e., Corry Area High School, Union City Area High School,  Cathedral Prep, Mercyhurst Prep, Villa Maria). Choose the attendance area in which you reside from the list below:

Tool, Die and Manufacturing

Are you a graduating senior attending a high school in Crawford County and plan to pursue a certificate or degree in a field that is essential to the tool, die and manufacturing industry such as mechanical, electrical, technical and/or precision engineering, machining and CNC programming, mechatronics, robotics or other related field? Contact the NTMA Education Foundation to apply for the Kenneth and Margaret Deane Scholarship, which we fund. (The NTMA Education Foundation also manages other scholarships for which you may be eligible.)

Please Note

It is HIGHLY recommended that all scholarship applicants complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form to assist in matching you with additional sources of financial aid. This form can be completed as soon as January 1st of the year you plan to attend college. You can go back to your FAFSA to check status, make corrections to a processed FAFSA and get other information should your circumstances change. Four to six weeks after submitting your FAFSA, you will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) which summarizes the information you reported. Some of our scholarships require a copy of your SAR to be included with your application. Applications missing your SAR or other supporting documents will not be considered so please plan ahead! (Click here to view a sample of a completed SAR.)

Planning for College?

Visit EducationPlanner from American Educational Services for help in planning for college. Education Planner is your one-stop career and college planning site. It has the information you need to research careers, choose a postsecondary school, apply on-line, and find ways to finance your education.