• Scholarships
     
    Maybe the best things in life are free, but for college or high school, money is an almost certain necessity. With the cost of post-secondary education at an all time high, there is a growing uncertainty about how today's high school student will pay for post high school training. Since 1971, Central Montco Technical High School has addressed the challenge of financing a college education. During that time, CMTHS has allocated in excess of $750,000 in financial aid to its graduating seniors. Through this competitive and privately funded scholarship program, CMTHS seniors have been able to attend a wide variety of post-secondary schools. Preparation for this scholarship commences with the first day at Central Montco Technical High School and culminates with the formal application for a scholarship, made in January of the senior year. Criteria for Scholarships:

    The Scholarship Committee considers the following information when evaluating applications:
    • Overall grade point average.
    • CMTHS grade point average.
    • CMTHS instructor recommendation.
    • Extracurricular activities.
    • Financial needs.
    • Good attendance.
    • Other relevant information.

    Recent Graduates have attended the following schools:
    • American Institute of Design
    • Art Institute of Philadelphia
    • Arcadia
    • Cabrini College
    • Chestnut Hill College
    • Culinary Institute of America
    • Drexel University
    • East Stroudsburg University
    • Elizabethtown College
    • Gwynedd Mercy College
    • Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    • Johnson & Wales College
    • Lincoln Technical Institute
    • Montgomery County Community College
    • Penn State University
    • Pennsylvania Institute of Culinary Arts
    • Philadelphia University
    • Pittsburgh Beauty Academy
    • Temple University
    • Thaddeus Stevens Trade School
    • The Restaurant School at the College on Walnut Hill.
    • University of Charleston
    • University of Southern California
    • University of Michigan