Scholarship Awards

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The Loudoun County Deputy Sheriff’s Association Scholarship Award recognizes those who intend to pursue a degree in law enforcement or public service. Consideration is given to academic performance, scholastic and extracurricular achievements, community service, and leadership.

Eligibility

Students must be a graduating senior from a Loudoun County high school and intend to pursue a degree in law enforcement or a public service related field.

Application Process

Applicants must complete the scholarship application and return the completed application package to their high school Career Center Assistant.  A FAFSA or SAR is required.

Selection

Recipients will be selected by the Loudoun County Deputy Sheriff's Association Scholarship Committee.

Awards

Scholarship amounts will vary and awarding will occur at the respective high school's Senior Awards Ceremony.

Deadline

Scholarship applications and all required documents must be submitted by April 3, 2019.

Click below to download the LCDSA Scholarship Application

LCDSA Scholarship Application (pdf)

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Scholarship winners

2020

To Be Announced

2019

A. Boyd - Heritage High School

V. Chen - Heritage High School

A. Guzman Sorto - Park View High School

C. Hernandez-Mendoza - Park View High School

I. Rivera - Park View High School

C. Ruelas Orozco - Loudoun Valley High School

2018

J. LoRusso - Woodgrove High School

M. Mandanis - Riverside High School

A. Rebelo - Briar Woods High School

N. Salvato - John Champe High School

C. Stallings - Freedom High School

2017

R. Basma - Heritage High School

R. Boyd - Heritage High School

E. Burns - Broad Run High School

L. Flynn - Loudoun Valley High School

T. Krohn - Potomac Falls High School

N. Monlyn - Rock Ridge High School

M. Ochoa-Hainzl - Dominion High School

Y. Schnabel - Woodgrove High School

H. Wolf - Potomac Falls High School