The Lindbergh Schools Foundation currently
manages the funds and/or administers the selection process for 46 scholarships that are awarded to
LHS seniors each year.
In 2017, 46 students received a total of $46,450 in
scholarships to help them further their education. The original LSF General Scholarship that is awarded each year to the student who, based on his or her
application essay, has overcome the most significant challenges and hardships
during high school. The other scholarships are established by or in the name of
former administrators, teachers, coaches and alumni.
All applications are due back in the Guidance Office
no later than 4 p.m. Friday, February 9, 2018
There are several ways that the Foundation obtains funding for scholarships.
Spirit Bricks – The sale of Spirit Bricks engraved with a personalized
tribute for the LHS Spirit Garden located near the Lindbergh High School's
Flyer Field complex
Direct Donations – Contributions from individuals and groups
If you would like to donate to any of the scholarships listed at right,
please click button below.
CREATING A NEW SCHOLARSHIP
The advantages of creating a scholarship fund through LSF or the LHS
Alumni Association (a partner of LSF) stem in part from the Lindbergh Schools Foundation’s status as an independent, tax exempt, 501(c)3 organization.
This means that all donations to any scholarship account are tax exempt.
In addition, scholarship funds are carefully and conservatively invested in a
wide variety of financial vehicles. LSF’s Investment Policy Statement clarifies
Cyndi Heutel at 314-729-2400, x8831