Mervin Britton Memorial Scholarship
Mr. Mervin Britton, long time educator for thirty-three years in Clark County, has established a trust through Security National Bank for scholarships benefiting Clark County High School students. Each county high school will have the opportunity to submit applications of qualified candidates to the Clark County Educational Service Center during the spring of each year.
Mr. Britton came to New Carlisle Local, now Tecumseh Local, in 1945 to teach math at New Carlisle High School. After teaching many years, Mr. Britton became a school counselor at Tecumseh High School. In 1961, he came to the Clark County Board of Education, now the Clark County Educational Service Center, as of Pupil Personnel and attendance officer. Mr. Britton retired from the ESC in June 1974.
The applicant must be accepted for enrollment in a four-year college or university to receive formal training in teaching or related areas, such as speech and hearing therapy, etc.
Security National Bank will send a scholarship check to the student’s college or university. The scholarship is renewable for three succeeding years if the student remains eligible for such a scholarship.
To qualify for the scholarship, high school students must
1. Rank in the upper one third of their high school class;
2. High school grade point average of 2.75 or higher;
3. Have and ACT score of 22 or higher or SAT score of 1000 or higher; an
4. Enrolled full time (12 or more credit hours) in an accredited four-year institution or higher learning.
Click HERE to view the application for the Mervin Britton Scholarship.