This scholarship was established by members Fredonia High School Class of 1978 in memory of their former classmate.
This award is presented in honor of Thomas G. Castellana, III. The award will go to a student of Fredonia High School who has an academic interest in business, as well as athletic and/or music skills.
This award is presented to a Fredonia High School graduate who has been accepted at a college or trade school.
This scholarship was established in memory of Patrick Coughlin, a local businessman in Fredonia for years, where he and his brother, Joe Coughlin, operated Coghlin's pub. They also gave back to their community through youth and adult sports programs, especially hockey, baseball and softball.
Allen Cole Memorial
This award was established in memory of Allen Cole. It is presented to students of the Dunkirk City School District and the Fredonia Central School District who are planning on continuing their education in the area of nursing.
Brenda Day (Whitlock)
This award, in memory of Brenda Day (Whitlock), is presented to the top female athlete graduating from the Fredonia Central School District. The recipient must be furthering her education at a trade school or college/university.
Henry A. Draggett Athletic
This scholarship was created in memory of Henry A. Draggett, who graduated from Fredonia High School in 1944 as president of his senior class and moved on to receive a degree in Engineering from the University of Rochester and a Master's of Education from Fredonia State University.
The award was established in memory of Louis and Hedy Farkas. It is awarded to a graduating student of Fredonia High School who is proficient in Mathematics or Science.
Fredonia Beaver Club's Auxiliary Scholarship Fund in Memory of Rose Matteson
To support local Fredonia High School graduates, male or female, attend a 2-year school, preferably JCC, JBC or Bryant & Stratton Business Institute.
Fredonia Central School Education Assistance Fund
This fund has presented financial awards to Fredonia High School graduates for the past twenty-eight years. Recipients should be attending a two or four year college, or a vocational/career-oriented school. The selection of this award is primarily based on adaptability and personality.
Fredonia-Pomfret Republican Committee/Nancy P. Sheldon
The Pomfret-Fredonia Republican Association established this fund in honor of Nancy Parker Sheldon. A scholarship is given annually to a Fredonia High School graduating senior for outstanding community service.
Fredonia Rotary Club
This award is given to a graduating senior of Fredonia High School who his continuing his/her education at a trade school, college or university. The recipient must demonstrate that s/he lives according to the Rotary Four Way Test.
Fredonia Sports Boosters
This award was created to assist Fredonia High School senior athletes further their education.
Friendly Birchwood Golf Memorial
This fund was created to provide scholarships to graduating seniors of the Fredonia Central School District who are members of the Golf Team with the highest academic rank.
Thomas M. Heary
A scholarship fund established in memory of Mr. Heary, former Fredonia Central School teacher, counselor and principal.
Sarah Beth Jusko Memorial
This award was established in memory of Sarah Beth Jusko. Sarah was a Fredonia High School senior when she died after a liver transplant from which she did not revive. She was regarded by her principal as a "top notch student" and was also engaged to be married. The award is presented to a Fredonia High School student, with preference given to family members of the Class of 2004.
Alisha Marie Kolet for the Study of Art
This award is presented to a graduating senior of Fredonia High School with an exceptional talent for art and plans to major in art at the college level.
David E. Manly
This scholarship was created in David E. Manly's memory and is designed to be presented annually to a student of Fredonia High School who has shown outstanding scholastic achievement, needs financial assistance, and has shown outstanding qualities in other areas such as music, language, or school governance.
This fund was designed to award a graduating Fredonia High School senior who is a Senior Varsity football player, in good scholastic standing, sound character, demonstrates financial need, and has been accepted and enrolled in college.
The Conrad and Virginia Pawlak Math Excellence Scholarship was created to benefit students from Fredonia High School who have worked hard at achieving a proficiency in math and/or science. Criteria for awarding the scholarship include financial need, community involvement, a good attendance record, a GPA of 85 or higher (emphasizing proficiency in math,) and the intention of furthering studies in math and/or education.
Lorna B. Penny
This scholarship fund has been established to aid an ambitious Fredonia High School student with plans to attend an institution of higher learning. Preference will be given to those interested in pursuing a career in education.
This award is presented to a Fredonia High School graduating senior who has written essays based on interviews with veterans regarding the plight of POW/MIA's.
This scholarship is for Fredonia High School students pursuing a major in journalism. If in any one year there is not a student who meets this criterion, students pursuing a career in a related field may be considered.
Eugene Snyder Memorial
This scholarship is given by friends of Gene Snyder in the Dunkirk-Fredonia communities. The recipient must be a Fredonia High School student who has demonstrated exceptional attitude and effort, who is continuing his/her education, and is in financial need. This student must have earned at least one varsity letter in baseball or softball and achieved an average or above average academic standing.
Thomas "Sticker" Stokes Scholarship
Kendra Webdale Memorial
This award is presented to a graduating Fredonia High School senior who is continuing his/her education in humanities and/or the arts.
Lawrence A. Williams & Theresa Dubnicki Williams
This award is presented to a graduate of Fredonia High School who is enrolled in a four year college. The recipient should also be a music student.
WIMODAUSIS Club / Anna G. Hall
This scholarship was established by the WIMODAUSIS Club in Fredonia, NY. The award is given annually to two Fredonia High School graduating students who are continuing their education in the field of teaching.
This scholarship was started by Fredonia High School graduates as a way to support and encourage young women to pursue careers in STEM.