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Senior Scholarships

seniorscholarshipsThe Cobb Schools Foundation has awarded over $500,000 in scholarships to high school seniors since 1999. The Foundation awards two $1,000 scholarships to seniors in each of the 16 high schools in the Cobb County School District. These scholarships are possible due to the generosity of numerous businesses and members of the community who wish to give back to the school district through a scholarship fund.

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Cobb Schools Foundation Scholarship

Two seniors from each of our 16 high schools in Cobb County will $1,000 scholarships each!

The Cobb Schools Foundation Scholarships are awarded based on academics, extracurricular activities and leadership.

Cobb Schools Foundation Academic Scholarship Application

Tippins Scholarship

The Tippins Scholarship is awarded to 1 graduating senior at Harrison High School. The Tippins Scholarship is based on the following four criteria:

  • Academic record
  • Involvement in the community/extra-curricular activities
  • Financial need
  • Acceptance to college

See your School Guidance Counselor for details.

Deluxe Athletics Female Student-Athlete Scholarship

The Deluxe Athletics Female Student-Athlete Scholarship is awarded to a female student-athlete who has been a success in the classroom and on the playing field.

Awards are made to graduating high school senior females who currently attend a high school in the Cobb County School District. Candidates should demonstrate dedication to both academic and athletic excellence and have evidence of financial need.

The Deluxe Athletics Female Student-Athlete Scholarship will provide up to $2,000 to help offset the cost of educational expenses including, but not limited to, tuition, housing, board or books. Four scholarships will be awarded annually in April.

Click here to apply for the Deluxe Athletics Scholarship

Michael D. Powell Award

A memorial scholarship was set up in honor of Dr. Powell, who directed H.A.V.E.N Academy for 22 years. His memory and dedication to the H.A.V.E.N program, live on in the students who receive the scholarship. The scholarship is for current H.A.V.E.N students and provides additional family support that will expand opportunities for their child.

H.A.V.E.N. Academy provides comprehensive special education and support for students with Severe Emotional Behavior Disorders and Autism. The program serves students from Cobb County, Douglas County and the city of Marietta.

The Michael D. Powell Achievement Award is granted to three students: one elementary, one middle school and one high school.

The $250 award is based on citizenship, achievement and attendance. A H.A.V.E.N Academy staff member must recommend the applicant with a letter of recommendation indicating the candidate’s strong points, and why he/she should receive this award.


Are You Interested in Starting a Named Scholarship?

Cobb Schools Foundation is pleased to announce the start of our new Named Scholarship Program.

There are three scholarship options available. Factors such as individual goals, amount you wish to donate, etc. will determine the scholarship type that is the best fit.

Named Endowed Scholarships
Named Endowed Scholarships will continue to support the student’s needs in perpetuity. A minimum gift of $25,000 will be invested to the Cobb Schools Foundation, and each year the Foundation will award a scholarship from the earnings on your named scholarship fund. The payout rate is adjusted annually by the Foundation Scholarship Committee, based on investment returns.

Named Annual Scholarships will support the student’s needs for one or more years, depending on the amount of your gift. In this case, the minimum gift is $1,000, which will provide a one-year scholarship. If you wish to provide a scholarship for multiple years, apply the following formula to determine your scholarship plan.

Annual Scholarship Award $_______ X _______ years = total gift $ _________

Scholarship Gift If you would like to make a scholarship gift of under $1,000, you might consider a gift to the Foundation’s annual fund, the general scholarship fund, or one of the existing named scholarship funds.

Establishing a new scholarship is easy. Once you decide which type of scholarship is the best fit, simply complete this ONLINE FORM and submit to the Foundation.

Thank you for considering a Scholarship Gift to Cobb Schools Foundation. If you have any questions or prefer to establish your scholarship with our assistance, contact