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Franklin Scholars

Considering a career in business?

Each year, Franklin Savings Bank's Community Development Foundation awards 11 college scholarships, totaling $33,000, to graduates, from 10 local high schools, who are pursuing a career in a business-related field.


Award is based largely on academic achievement, but community involvement, extracurricular activities and financial need are also considered.

The scholarships will be chosen from the following schools:

  • Mt. Blue High School (two scholarships)
  • Mountain Valley High School
  • Mt. Abram High School
    Dirigo High School
  • Spruce Mountain High School
  • Madison High School
  • Skowhegan Area High School
  • Rangeley Lakes Regional School
  • Carrabec High School
  • Telstar Regional High School


link to current scholarship recipients


Please note, This PDF may be typed online and printed out or printed out and filled in later. In either case, it cannot be submitted online. You must take the application to your school guidance office.

These scholarships are available only to graduating seniors enrolled at the above schools. Awards will be determined by the schools and applications should be directed to the guidance office at the school.