Scholarship Funds

It is difficult to imagine a gift more meaningful or life-changing than the gift of education. The support of our scholarship donors and their commitment to providing financial assistance to Sandusky students is much appreciated.

The Class of 2020 Legacy Scholarship was established during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic that led to the cancellation of many senior year celebrations. Determined to leave their mark, the Class of 2020 created a lasting legacy that would benefit future generations. Their response gives testimony to their own resiliency, strength and courage in the face of adversity, and their commitment to each other. The Class of 2020 welcomes Sandusky High School graduating seniors who share these same qualities to apply for their scholarship.


Watch the Class of 2020 Video on Facebook


2020 Class President Tyler Franklin

Lauralee Krabill, second from left, with students

The Lauralee S. Krabill Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 2022 to benefit students in the Sandusky Career Center School of Nursing. Lauralee Krabill founded the program in 2006 and was the director of the program for many years. The scholarship will help students enrolled in the Sandusky Career Center Licensed Practical Nursing or Registered Nursing programs with their tuition, books and other education-related expenses.

Click here for the Lauralee Krabill Memorial Scholarship application.

Click here to donate to the Lauralee Krabill Memorial Scholarship.

Designated Funds

Jackie Collins

The Jackie “Mama” Collins Fund was established in 2019 by the Collins family in memory of Jackie Collins, who was an active volunteer for more than 40 years at Sandusky City Schools. The Mama Collins Fund provides funds for activities that promote a nurturing, inclusive environment to all students. Please call the Foundation office for information on receiving a grant from the Mama Collins Fund. Click here to donate to the Mama Collins Fund.

The William and Tammy Pahl Family Fund was established to encourage individual students or groups of students to participate in special school programs and extracurricular activities. The fund is intended to expand opportunities for all students to participate in these kinds unique learning opportunities, regardless of income level. Click here to donate to the William and Tammy Pahl Family Fund.

Science class field trip to the Sandusky Greenhouse