2019 Scholarship Recipients

The Dr. Elmo B. Carver Memorial Scholarship Recipient is Rachel Schiffli

Dr. Elmo Carver was born and raised in Indiana. Dr. Carver graduated from George Washington High School, Indianapolis, and Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana. He began is career in 1959 as a history teacher and coach. Dr. Carver dedicated 27 years of his professional career to the Flashes. He was a former FCHS Principal and retired as the Franklin Township Community School Corporation Superintendent in 2006. Dr. Carver was an athlete playing baseball and basketball in high school and college. At the urging of his teachers and teammates, he decided to attend college. Dr. Carver firmly believed that education was a game changer for him . A strong family man, he worked to instill the value of education in his children, as well as all of the students that he supported in every aspect of his career.

 

 

Mae D. Lowes Memorial Scholarship 2019 Recipients: Morgan Hackler, Savannah Kellum, Justin Tusing

Mae Dilliner Lowes was a lifelong Franklin Township resident. She was born on March 4, 1905 and lived to be 103. Ms. Lowes was a teacher of Art and Music and a licensed beautician. It was Mae’s final wish to establish a scholarship for students graduating from Franklin Central High School. In honor of Ms. Lowes wishes, this scholarship will reward academic achievement and assist in college education of persons otherwise financially unable to afford post-secondary education.

Our 2019 Richard H. Crosser Memorial Scholarship recipient is Lily Habegger

The graduating Franklin Central High School student must wish to pursue either a two or four-year degree in structural engineering, architecture, building trades, drafting, business, finance, accounting or some other field related to building trades at a college or university in the State of Indiana. Recipients must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and be a graduate of Franklin Central High School. First preference will be given to students who have a strong work ethic and display (displayed) a strong commitment to their school and community.

Elisabeth Good Fellowship – Professional Development 
2019 Recipients: Brian Dunn, Hilary Huff, Nicole Webb