Applications and further information for any of the scholarships listed below may be obtained by calling (585) 584-1015 or e-mailing

Kurt Kingsley Memorial Scholarship-May 15, 2019
$2000 award to a member of the Pavilion Class of 2019.

Zonta Club of Batavia-Genesee County-March 11, 2019
​Various award amounts are available to females that are enrolling in a 2 or 4 year program.

New York Farm Bureau-March 1, 2019
Multiple scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $1,500.  Class of 2019 seniors who will continue their education to prepare for a career in the agricultural industry.  

Young Women of Distinction Scholarship Award-March 1, 2019
Modeled after the ATHENA Award and brought to you by the Women's Council of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce, this program is designed to recognize young women who have displayed leadership, academic excellence, and involvement in their community.

Young Women in Public Affairs Award-March 1, 2019
An award for girls with active commitment to volunteerism, experience in local government, student government, or workplace leadership, and volunteer leadership achievements.

Dana Fry Scholarship Application-May 15, 2019
$750 Awards will be given to TWO high school Graduates.  The award is sponsored by the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 193.  Winners will be chosen based on a 500 word essay about the Vietnam Era.  

Monroe Tractor Scholarship-February 15, 2019
$1,000 per year will be awarded to a student that is pursuing a career in agriculture.  

Cristin Ann Bambino Scholarship-April 8, 2019
Awards range from $3,000 to $5,000.  Will be awarded to college-bound special education student for working through special challenges to complete high school and obtain acceptance to a college or university.  

Paul Jensen Memorial Scholarship-  April 8, 2019
$3,000 and $5,000 awards to students who have demonstrated an inspired imagination and creative aesthetic.  Must write an essay about a design they made or adaptation of existing design.  

Joseph Gonclaves Humanitarian Scholarship-April 8, 2019
$3,000 to $5,000 to a student who has a proven record of involvement and work for a cause or organization that actively promotes social justice, equal opportunity, relief of human suffering or similar aspirations generally understood to be within the meaning of humanitarian activity.