Scholarship Program Information
2018-2019 Scholarship Program
Parma Council of PTAs is pleased to coordinate the Scholarship Program for the graduating seniors of the Parma City School District. We are delighted that this is the largest PTA Council Scholarship Program in the State of Ohio.
The 2018-2019 Parma Council of PTAs Scholarship program has over $90,000 worth of scholarship funds being offered to graduating seniors of the Parma City School District. There are over 70 scholarships to be awarded by Ohio PTA, Parma Council of PTAs, local PTA and PTSA units, school affiliated groups, and community organizations. If your son or daughter is a graduating senior at one of the Parma City School District’s three public high schools, he/she is strongly encouraged to participate in the 2018-2019 Scholarship Program.This Book List Criteria document contains complete descriptions of each scholarship offered as well as requirements and deadlines for participation. All graduating seniors are encouraged to apply for each and every scholarship for which they meet the criteria.AcknowledgementsThis year’s Scholarship Booklet for the Parma City Schools was coordinated and completed by the Parma Council of PTAs.Parma Council of PTAsMrs. Cheryl Kienast– Scholarship Chairman
Mrs. Julie Sisunik – Scholarship ChairmanMrs. Angela Revay– PresidentParma Board of EducationMr. John Schweitzer, PresidentMrs. Amanda Karpus, Vice PresidentMrs. Karen DendorferMr. John Tenerowicz
Mr. Steven Vaughn
Parma City School District
Dr. Charles Smialek, Superintendent
Mr. Sean Nuccio, Treasurer/Chief Financial Officer
Normandy High School
Mrs. Rachel Urban, Principal
Ms. Debra Hudnell, Guidance Counselor
Parma Senior High School
Mr. Leo Spagnola, Principal
Ms. Marian Armstrong, Guidance Counselor
Valley Forge High School
Ms. Janine Andrzejewski, Principal
Ms. Christine Gigliotti, Guidance Counselor
A very special thank you to all the PTA Units, School and Community Organizations and Individuals who gave time and financial assistance to provide these educational grants and scholarships to the students of the Parma City School District.Scholarship Application InformationSteps on how to complete the regular application: Scholarship InstructionsSpecial Requirements for each scholarship:Book List CriteriaRegular Application
The 2018-2019 Scholarship Application for Parma Council of PTAs is located below; complete the PDF fillable form and print the application. The application can be saved to your own computer. Please make sure the latest version of Adobe Reader XI is installed on your device.
Scholarship Application 2018-2019 Please download the application and save it prior to entering your data. Page two (2) of the application must be completed by your High School Guidance Counselor
If you are using your Chromebook. Open the Application from the website. Start the application. When it is complete and you want to save, hit the print Icon, then you will see the save “button” Make sure you have the destination set to “save to Google Drive” BUT LEAVE the application open or you will lose the fillable piece of the application. Once it is complete and ready open it from Google Docs to make sure you have not lost any information. You can then print however you print from your Chromebook.Special Scholarship Applications & Forms
Other Scholarship opportunities can be found on Naviance. Those scholarships are not included in the PCPTA activities.
Medical Mutual of Ohio Grant Information (Note: Will not be included in PCPTA Scholarship recognition activities)Disclaimer:
Parma Council of PTAs (PCPTA) sponsors this scholarship program for students enrolled in the Parma City School District.
All applications must be submitted by the predetermined deadline. PCPTA assumes no responsibility if the application is incomplete, late, or contains erroneous information.
The scholarship recipient decisions are final and based on a ranking or appointment of the scholarship based on policies and/or guidelines established by the sponsor.
The recipient assumes full recognition of and responsibility of guidelines as established.
Sponsors have the right to revoke any dollars based upon noncompliance.