Scholarship applications will be available by January 1st and must be returned to the Town Office, or the organizations offering the applications, no later than April 30th.
Mail Applications to:
Town of Raymond
401 Webbs Mills Rd
Raymond ME 04071
Questions: 207-655-4742 x133
The amount of scholarship money available may change from year to year. These forms can also be obtained from the Jordan-Small Middle School Guidance Department. See HERE for criteria.
Note: Anyone may contribute to an existing fund or create a new fund. Donations are tax deductible. Please contact the Town Clerk for more information.
Alva M. Clough Scholarship
Alva Clough was a teacher and resident in Raymond for forty years. Her interest in the education of Raymond’s youth was characterized by her dedication and love for her pupils.
Carleton E. Edwards Scholarship Trust Fund
Carleton E. Edwards was a Selectmen for the Town of Raymond for over 50 years, had 6 terms in the State Legislature, as well as being a life-long resident and dairy farmer. The town officials, through donations of many interested citizens and his family, formed this scholarship fund in his memory recognizing his interest in the education of the youth of Raymond. The annual scholarship is to be given to one student with outstanding credentials and needs, and should be enrolled in a four-year college course. Preference is to be given to a North Raymond student if he or she is as eligible as any others who have applied. A student may receive the scholarship more than one year during his or her college career if he or she remains eligible. The Annual Town Report should include the name of the scholarship, amount, and to whom it was given.
Ruth Day and Anna Collins took an active interest in the youth of Raymond. To perpetuate their ideals of character and scholarship excellence, they left a fund for annual awards to a Raymond resident, graduating from secondary school, who exemplified scholarship and character of the highest order and who wished to continue his or her education in college or technical school.
George E. Wood Memorial Scholarship
The scholarship fund was raised by the many admirers of the late George Wood, who was a well-known selectman, teacher, football coach and musician. As a teacher and coach at the Providence Country Day School, where he taught a major part of his life, he influenced the lives of hundreds of boys. When he retired he moved to his summer home in Raymond and took an active part in the community life. As a selectman he was in close contact with local school activities, in which he took a great deal of interest. It is fitting that a scholarship fund was named to perpetuate the memory of this beloved teacher who devoted the first part of his life to young people and the latter part to the whole community.
This scholarship is to be awarded to a Raymond student who, having shown interest and ability in mathematics, intends to continue studies in college or in a technical or vocational school.
This scholarship fund was given by Hilda M. Lund in memory of Torstein Johannas Lund for an annual science award to a student from the Jordan Small School.
This scholarship is given by the Raymond Fire/Rescue Association in memory of Curtis Betts, Loren Douglas, and Marvin Hickey to a Raymond high school graduate who will further his/her education in a medical or public service area. Contact the Fire/Rescue Association directly for an application.
Requires a separate scholarship form, contact Cathy Gosselin at 655-1187 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Raymond Parent Teachers Association Scholarship
Contact them directly for an application.