PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The Promise is a scholarship program to fund the tuition gap for all students graduating from Mountain Home High School and attending up to four semesters at ASUMH (in a 3-year window after high school graduation). In an effort to increase local workforce, the MHEF removes all barriers for post-secondary education. More about The Promise is available by clicking here.
TRADITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The Mountain Home Education Foundation is pleased to offer the following scholarships: Dr. James Dunbar Scholarship, Bertha and Kirby Smith Scholarship (for those going in to Education), Teresa Ott Memorial Scholarship, Dr. Simon Abraham Memorial Scholarship, Dr. Max Cheney Memorial Scholarship, Cliff & Frieda Schroeder Scholarship, Friends of the North Fork and White Rivers Scholarships, Baxter County Football Association Scholarship, Mildred Griffith Scholarship, Lucille Carlson Scholarship, Mike Huett Scholarship, Nell Powell Wright Scholarship, Louis and Margie Knight Scholarship, Baxter County Bar Association, Dr. Sara Smith Scholarship, Completer Scholarships and Mr. and Miss MHHS Scholarships. While the Completer Scholarships are earned by course studies at Mountain Home High School and Mr. and Miss MHHS scholarships are awarded to students who place in the high school sponsored contest, the requirements for the remaining scholarships are as follows: 1) the applicant must be a MHHS graduate; 2) the applicant must have at least a 2.5 Grade Point Average.
TEACHING GRANT PROGRAM
Every year, the MHEF sets aside funds for teachers who are taking on innovative and challenging projects in their classrooms. The grant money is obtained from endowments to the MHEF, fundraisers sponsored by the MHEF, and through automatic payroll deductions given by more than 100 teachers of the district.