The City of Lawrenceburg established the Paul E. "Truck" Tremain Memorial Scholarship Program at the Dearborn Community Foundation (DCF) with the intent to financially assist graduates of Lawrenceburg High School (LHS) who pursue a post-secondary education and who meet specific eligibility criteria.
This scholarship program began with the LHS Class of 2002. The scholarship amount for each qualifying applicant is decided annually in late summer by the Lawrenceburg City Council. The current scholarship is $1,800 per recipient for up to four consecutive years of post-secondary education.
If you are a 2017 LHS GRADUATE, or simply want to learn more about the Tremain Scholarship, click on the link below for Application, Guidelines and Eligibility Criteria.
(Applications are now completed online. However, Service Learning Report Forms still must be turned in to the DCF office!)
2017 LHS Seniors Click Here to Apply
If you are a 2014-2016 LHS graduate who needs to complete a Tremain Scholarship RENEWAL application, please click the below link for Application, Guidelines and Eligibility Criteria. (Applications are now completed online.)
2014-2016 LHS Graduates Click Here to Apply
As stated in the Guidelines and Eligibility Criteria, LHS students must complete a total of 50 approved service learning hours by their graduation date. Service learning hours must be approved by DCF. Completed and signed service learning report forms must be on file at the Foundation office by 4 p.m. Friday, June 9, 2017, to be eligible. Please click on the below links for the Tremain Scholarship Service Learning Handbook and the Service Learning Report Form.
WHILE APPLICATIONS ARE NOW COMPLETED ONLINE, SERVICE LEARNING REPORT FORMS STILL MUST BE TURNED IN AT THE DCF OFFICE.
Click here for the Tremain Scholarship Service Learning Handbook (Provides listing of approved Service Learning Projects)
Click here for the Tremain Scholarship Service Learning Report Form