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Sirrine Scholarships

Students may apply for a $2,000 Sirrine Scholarship by visiting the Sirrine Scholarship Application website. The on-line applicant system will open January 25, 2024. All applications must be submitted online by April 15, 2024. *Deadline to submit FAFSA information has been extended to May 1, 2024.

Sirrine Scholarships are awarded for a maximum of four years for undergraduate study at a two- or four-year institution.  Sirrine Scholarships are renewable for a maximum of three (3) years, provided the student maintains satisfactory progress toward the completion of his/her program of studies.  Renewals are not automatic; the student must reapply each year.

There are two (2) different applications for applying for the Sirrine Scholarship.

New Applicant – A student has never applied for the J. E. Sirrine Scholarship or has never been awarded the scholarship.  A student must be a graduate of the class of  2021, 2022, 2023 or 2024 in order to apply for the 2024-2025 academic school year.

Renewal Applicant – A student is currently receiving the J. E. Sirrine Scholarship and is eligible for renewal of the scholarship. A student may be awarded up to four years for undergraduate study at a two- or four-year institution.

Recipients are selected based on a formula which uses their class rank, financial need and test scores

  • These 3 areas are entered into a ranking system and disbursed in order based on amount available in the fund for that year.
  • Each year there will be two separate award groups:
    • New Applicants
    • Renewing Applicants

Formula weighting:

  • Class Rank: 50%
  • Expected Family Contribution (from FAFSA; measure of financial need): 30%
  • SAT or ACT Scores: 20%
About the Sirrine Scholarship Program

The J. E. Sirrine Scholarship Program was established through the generosity of the late Joseph Emory Sirrine. Mr. Sirrine left the bulk of his estate as a perpetual memorial to his father and mother to be used to assist deserving graduates of Greenville County public high schools.

If you have any questions about the Sirrine Scholarship Program, please contact (864) 355-1090 or (864) 355-3391.