2021 Scholarship Applications Available
With the investment of our community donors, the C. Waldo Scott Center for H.O.P.E. is proud to offer two different scholarships annually to residents of Newport News seeking higher education.
We thank our donors for their support to help our community youth reach their educational goals!
Read below for more information on each scholarship, as well as our most recent scholarship recipients.
The Lylton L. and Augusta Inettie B. Edwards Vocational Scholarship
The Lylton L. and Augusta Inettie B. Edwards Vocational Scholarship is a scholarship opportunity for youth and adult residents of the Southeast community of Newport News, Virginia who are interested in pursuing vocational education.
Mrs. Augusta Inettie B. Edwards was a long‐time resident of Newport News, Virginia and retiredas a teacher in the Newport News Public Schools. Mrs. Edwards and her husband, Lylton, both had a strong belief in not only education in general, but also in job training‐‐vocational education.
Board of Trustees Scholarship
CLOSED for 2021 Award Year
The Board of Trustees scholarships are need based, merit scholarships to promote academic excellence among students in Newport News, Virginia. Scholarships are to be awarded on a competitive basis to students seeking a post-secondary education who have a good to excellent academic record; strong leadership qualities; strong involvement in school and community activities; and are enrolled in the Newport News Public Schools.
Scholarships are geared to provide assistance to those who plan to attend a four-year program at an accredited college/university.
Our 2020 Scholarship Recipients
With the Investment of our community donors, the C. Waldo Scott Center’s Board of Trustees annually awards scholarships to out local Newport News High School Seniors.
Over the past 22 years, they have awarded $99,621 in scholarships.
We thank our donors for their support to help our community youth reach their educational goals.
Congratulations to our 2020 Scholarship Recipients: Caitlyn Brannon, Tjura Chatman, Camryn Dickerson, Brandon Hedgepeth, Jayvon Ricks, Aaron Tyler, and Tyreece White.