High School Scholarships


Investing in the Future

For over 40 years, DWPC has been supporting students access to higher education through our high school scholarship program. Our club has awarded over $300,000 in scholarship through our program.

Each school year DWPC awards three $1500 scholarships to high school seniors and one $1000 scholarship to a female student who plans to follow STEM studies.

The Joseph Hague Scholarship

Paying it forward is a motto that Joseph Hague lives by. As a high school senior, he was a recipient of a DWPC scholarship that helped him with the expenses of college. Joey feels strongly that this award made a difference in his life, and he wants to do the same for others. Each year, Joey funds a $1500 scholarship for a Dublin Coffman student through the DWPC. As with all our scholarships, the application is available through the Dublin Coffman guidance office.

Photo of Joseph Hague

“When I graduated from Dublin Coffman in 2001, DWPC was kind enough to award me a $1,000 scholarship for my first year of college at Ohio University.  I was able to leverage my degree from OU into a career in the financial field, and always remembered that the DWPC scholarship helped in part for me to afford that degree.  In 2018, I decided to establish a scholarship for the next generation of Dublin students in partnership with DPWC.”
—Joseph Hague

Guidelines for Students

  • Applicants must be a Dublin City School student.
  • Applicants must demonstrate financial need and be active in their school and community.
  • Student must provide at least one recommendation.
  • Applications will be available on February 1 of each year in your high school’s guidance counselor’s office.
  • Application submissions are due back to your guidance counselor’s office by March 1 of each year.