The Radnor High School Scholarship Fund (RHSSF) was founded in 1966 to provide financial aid to deserving graduates of Radnor High School for post-high school education.
RHSSF has expanded its scope considerably over the years and currently averaging needs-based awards to 25 deserving seniors of $2,000 per year for four years.
Our recipients attend a wide range of educational institutions including major universities, community colleges, and schools specializing in music, art, culinary training, etc. – all representing the basic philosophy of RHSSF:
Further education in any field of choice can only make the future brighter for a young person and contribute to a stronger, more-informed community.
RHSSF is manned entirely by unpaid volunteers from the community. Its income is derived from a variety of sources including: mailing campaigns to the Radnor community, local corporations and past Radnor graduates, and fund-raising events which in the past have included the Fourth of July Fireworks, Breakfast with Santa, a Kitchen Tour, Girls’ Night Out, art shows featuring local artists, and donations and bequests from individuals and organizations.
RHSSF receives no public funds and reimburses Radnor Township and Radnor School District for expenses incurred in support of its activities.