Scholarships

We Invest in the Future
of our Graduates

We are strongly committed to helping Osbourn High School graduates as they continue education beyond high school. Thanks to returning donors each year, and several new sponsors, we are proud to support the future of students and our Manassas community.

7 – 12

Scholarships awarded annually

$1,000 – $2,500

Scholarship amounts

$12,500 – $20,000

Scholarship funding annually

Why it matters…

“I’m paying for college myself and was able to use the scholarship money to help pay off my first semester loan. Thank you so much for seeing something in me that was worth giving to.”

– Samantha Donaire, JMU student and 2020 Scholarship Recipient

Meet our 2021 Scholarship Winners

Scholarships Offered

SWIFT STEM Scholarship
$2,500 - NEW!

Up to two scholarships are awarded to seniors pursuing professional certification or careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math that align with cybersecurity, mechanical engineering or computer science.

Apple Future Teacher Scholarship
$2,000

Sponsored by Apple Federal Credit Union Foundation for up to two seniors intending to become classroom teachers.

Micron Career & Technical Education Scholarship
$2,000

Awarded to one senior who completes a certified CTE sequence of courses and plans to enroll in a technical school or community college to pursue a STEM field of study that aligns with Micron’s lines of business.

Imagine Design Fine Arts Scholarship
$2,000

Awarded to one student planning to attend a four-year college and enter an artistic field.

Future Entrepreneur Scholarship
$2,000 - NEW!

Intended to help provide seed money for a senior who has aspirations and a well-planned idea to start a business.

Delegate Harry J. Parrish Community Service Scholarship
$2,000

One student who is involved in leadership positions in the community and in school is awarded this scholarship.

Micron STEM Scholarships
$2,000

Awarded to up to two seniors planning to attend a four-year college and pursue a STEM field of study aligned with Micron’s lines of business.

Lockheed Martin Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Scholarship
$1,500

This senior awardee should plan to attend a two-year or four-year college with plans to study Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics leading to a career in engineering, aerospace or computer science. The recipient will also be eligible to apply for a Lockheed Martin paid internship.

The Mays Family Career & Technical Education Scholarship
$1,000

Awarded to one student who completes a certified CTE sequence of courses and plans to enroll in technical school or community college.