CJM Kyle Scholarship Fund
The CJM Kyle Scholarship Fund provides a non-renewable one-year $1,000 award to an Orange County High School graduate who plans to attend university or community college. (On-line colleges and universities are not eligible.) Applicants must demonstrate financial need and a commitment to fulfill their educational goals.
The first scholarship was awarded in June, 2011. The Fund honors the memory of Mr. CJM Kyle, who served as Superintendent of Orange County Public Schools from 1938 to 1960.
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Joshua Smith, pictured with Mary Goodwin, received the CJM Kyle Scholarship. Joshua plans to attend Virginia Commonwealth University. When asked how he felt about winning the award he responded, “This award will help me so much. I plan to continue my education studying music at Virginia Commonwealth University. It means so much to be recognized for my passion for music. This makes me want to do my best.”
Grace Newman received the CJM Kyle Scholarship during the Orange County High School Senior Awards Night program on June 4, 2012. “I am so grateful for this honor,” said Newman. “When they called my name, I thought, ‘Oh my goodness this is for me. I got the scholarship.’ This will help me and my family so much. My Mom is so proud too.”