The Madeira Schools Foundation recognizes the importance of education beyond the walls of Madeira High School and strives to provide the opportunity for graduating seniors and Alumni to further this education. Each year, the Foundation facilitates the processing and contributes to more than $25,000 to graduating seniors and alumni to pursue their college education.
Please click on the link to learn more and determine if you qualify for MSF scholarship(s) and to complete the application:
Congratulations to Gabriella Gugino, class of ’17 for being selected to receive the $5000 Ruth Slagle Crawford Scholarship.
The Madeira Schools Foundation awards the Ruth Slagle Crawford Scholarship annually to one Madeira High School Graduate who is in need of financial assistance to pursue their higher education.
This scholarship is named in honor of Ruth Slagle Crawfords parents Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Crawford, who were long time teachers and placed great value in education. This prestigious scholarship is awarded in their memory each year in September or October to a recent Madeira High School Graduate.
Congratulations to this years recipient, Gabriella Gugino!
“I am so grateful and honored to have received the Ruth Slagle Crawford Scholarship from the Madeira Schools Foundation. I am grateful for my time at Madeira. I learned many valuable life lessons and I had many wonderful and supportive teachers who poured into me and helped shape me to be the person that I am today. This scholarship is a blessing and relief for me financially.”
Congratulations to the 2020 Scholars!
Andrea Dennis Scholar: Eva Fischer
Patrick Wood Scholar: Lucas Cedillo
Matthew Simpson Scholar: Jacob Waltz
Nina Bechtel Knox Scholar: Corinne Torborg
Kenwood Women’s Club Award: Megan Wu
John D. Rahe Scholars: Eva Fischer, Grace Rindels, Payton Oliver, Rachel Malloy, Emma Wing, Sophia Gugino
Adrick Family Scholar: Grant Breit
Entrepreneur of the Year: Isabella DiMauuro
Santoro Entrepreneurship Scholarship: no applications
Steve Kramer Scholar: Sophia Domenick