LMTSF awards scholarships based solely on financial need. Information is provided confidentially by the students and their families to an outside financial aid consultant who determines the amount of need for each applicant. These funding recommendations are then used in the final calculation of the award approved by the LMTSF Board of Governors.


To be eligible, a student must graduate from Harriton High School or Lower Merion High School; must have resided in the Township and attended a Lower Merion School District high school for at least four years; and must be attending an accredited college, university, or trade or vocational school on a full-time basis. Applications are accepted between November and February.

All applicants must submit their typed application (either renewal or new) AND the Family Financial Summary with appropriate supporting documents.

Completed applications may be emailed to [email protected], faxed to 610-896-2017, or sent by mail to P.O. Box 346, Ardmore, PA 19003.


December 1, 2023

Scholarship applications available online

Friday, February 23, 2024

ALL scholarship applications due

May 22, 2024, 7pm

Reception for New Recipients

Frequently Asked Questions

New and Renewal applications should be downloaded from our website. Applications may be mailed, faxed, or emailed to the LMTSF office.

All applications are due on or before February 23, 2024

As part of your application, you must submit your parents’ tax return and a family financial summary. These documents are then reviewed by our independent third-party financial aid consultant, who provides the Fund with a “need” amount for each applicant.
Board members review applications, financial aid packages, and the determined amount of “need” for each applicant, as calculated by our financial aid consultant. Board members do not review, and do not have access to, any tax returns or financial summaries.
It makes us aware of other financial assistance you are receiving, which, in turn, may affect the amount of the grant you receive from the Fund.
Exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis. Any exceptions must be submitted by the student’s guidance counselor, with a recommendation for the Board to consider the application.
Awards are announced during the first week of May.
Checks are sent on or before August 31st for the fall semester and January 31st for the spring semester.
Yes, but in order to transfer the grant, you must provide the financial aid package from the new school. Your grant may be adjusted, depending on the cost of the new school and any other financial support it may provide.
To verify that your financial need still exists and that you are still attending the same institution, and to enable the Board to adjust the amount of the grant in appropriate circumstances.
Eligible applicants can receive grants for up to eight semesters of undergraduate or vocational education.
No, the Fund does not provide grants for graduate school.