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Scholarships

Darin McBride Memorial Scholarship

The Darin McBride Memorial Scholarship was established as a memorial gift in 2019 by Darin’s family and friends. This scholarship will be awarded annually to one graduating Oklahoma high school senior who played little league, junior high or high school football. Applicants for the scholarship must plan to attend the University of Oklahoma. This scholarship combines Darin’s passion for his alma mater and his love for coaching youth football, where he valued grit and perseverance.

James Anderson Logan Jr. and Betty Ann McFarland Logan Scholarship Fund

The James Anderson Logan, Jr., and Betty Ann McFarland Logan Scholarship was established to memorialize the lives of James Anderson Logan, Jr., and Betty Ann McFarland Logan and to encourage single parents to pursue higher education.

Oklahoma Memorial Trust Foundation Scholarships

Scholarships applications are available to all graduating seniors currently attending a Tulsa Public High School. The Oklahoma Educational Memorial Trust Foundation was organized in 1957 by a group of Tulsa Public Schools (TPS) educators who recognized the need to support students who were graduating from TPS high schools and needed financial assistance to pursue advanced degrees. Since its inception individuals, parent-teacher associations, trusts, and corporations have contributed to the foundation. Gifts are donated as memorials, or in honor of educators, students, or supporters of TPS.

OCCF: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

Various Deadlines over 120 scholarships available for Oklahoma students. Don’t miss out on the opportunities that pertain to you.  

Tulsa Engineering Scholarship 

The qualifications for the Tulsa Engineering Scholarship are as follows:

·Applicant must be a graduating senior from a Tulsa, Union, Sand Springs, Jenks or Broken Arrow Public School

·Applicant must have an overall GPA of at least 3.2, an ACT of 24 or higher and a minimum Math ACT sub-score of 24

·Applicant must pursue an engineering degree

·Applicant must attend a college/university of his or her choice offering a four-year curriculum and be enrolled as a full-time student each semester

·Applicant's Estimated Family Contribution, as calculated by FASFA, must be $28,000 or less

Applicants can access the application by visiting www.cfok.org/apply. They will simply type the name of the scholarship in the search bar or scroll through the list to locate the requirements and application. 

If you have any questions please contact our Scholarship Director, Lauren Rennie, at lrennie@cfok.org or 405-488-1450

OKLAHOMA HALL OF FAME SCHOLARSHIP

Four-year, $6,000 scholarship for an Oklahoma high school senior.

First awarded in 2011, the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and Gaylord-Pickens Museum award one Oklahoma high school senior the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Scholarship annually. The $6,000 scholarship, which is dispersed to the winning student over four years, is based on the student’s leadership roles, civic/community involvement, academic achievement, and knowledge and pride of our great state.

To be considered, students must commit to attend an Oklahoma college or university and must be nominated by a teacher, administrator, mentor, coach, or community leader not related to the student.

Contact Us

Daren Hildreth
7th and 8th Grade Counselor
hildrda@tulsaschools.org

Kim Byrd
9th Grade Counselor
ByrdKi@tulsaschools.org

Theresa Williamson
10th and 11th Grade Counselor
willith@tulsaschools.org

Erica Walker
12th Grade Counselor
walkeer@tulsaschools.org

 

Oklahoma's Promise

Oklahoma's Promise allows students whose families earn $55,000 or less annually, and who meet academic and conduct requirements to earn a college tuition scholarship. 

Tulsa Achieves

Tulsa Achieves is a funding program that provides up to 100% of tuition and fees to Tulsa County residents who graduating high school seniors and enroll at Tulsa Community College the fall after they graduate. The program pays for up to 63 college credit hours or up to three years of college, whichever comes first.