Scholarship available for DHS, HHS graduates

From staff and wire reports
October 21, 2010 at 3:58 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

College students who have graduated from either Destrehan High School or Hahnville High School are eligible to apply for the Ethel Schoeffner Scholarship.

Students are eligible to apply if they:

1. Are currently enrolled as a full-time student in a four-year education curriculum or a four-year nursing curriculum at an accredited, four-year state college or university.

2. Have reached at least the second semester of the sophomore year in either Education or Nursing.

3. Are in good standing in either the education or the nursing curriculum as certified by a letter from the College of Education or the College of Nursing.

Application forms may be obtained from the St. Charles Parish School Board Office on River Road in Luling, (985)785-6289.† Applications are for the 2011 spring semester and the deadline for submitting your application and† supporting documents is† Monday, Nov. 15, 2010.

Miss Ethel Schoeffner served the St. Charles Parish Public School System for 48 years, from 1917 to 1965, as an elementary school teacher for the major part of that time and as an elementary school principal for the latter part of her tenure at the old Norco Elementary School.† Her Last Will and Testament provided for the establishment of a scholarship trust fund for students graduating from either Destrehan High† or Hahnville High. The scholarship awards $500 per semester up to a maximum of $2,500.

Miss Schoeffner touched the lives of hundreds of students and others in meaningful ways and continues to do so through her scholarship. Applications and supporting documents are due in the St. Charles Parish School Board Office by Nov. 15.

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