Our Scholarship

Are you a New York State Public High School graduating senior? Then we have some information for you!

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Scholarship Recipients

Every year we host a gala honoring the recipients of the scholarship. Click here to see previous winners!

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Past/Upcoming Events

The Foundation is always going somewhere! See what we're up to!

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Bigger & Better…Five Years...


Hello everyone! It’s been a little while since we’ve checked in. We celebrated five years as a foundation on July 29th, 2016!!!! Most non-profits fail by that time, so we are super excited we’re still going strong. We were able to award three more scholarships, bringing our total to 10 impacted lives through finance! As […]

5th Annual Scholarship Foundation Din...

LAHSF Dinner Invitation (2)

Hey all! It’s that time of year again! We’re gearing up for our 5th Annual Scholarship Foundation Dinner. Yes! It’s our FIFTH YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!!!!!!! We’d love to have you join us in celebrating this great accomplishment, and of course supporting our much needed work. It will be held on Friday, July 29th, 2016 at Gennaro’s Catering Hall, 6602 […]

First Professional Day!

LAHSF Professional Day

Hello folks! We’d like to invite you to our FIRST Professional Day! We’re looking for Educators, Entrepreneurs, Speakers, Social Service Providers and more. But of course, we’re looking for students! We’d like to offer workshops, resume writing, transferable skills, job-readiness, mock interviews, and information about our scholarship. Reach out to us if you’d like to […]

Up the Alley – Bowling with LAH...

Up the Alley – Bowling with LAHSF

Hello everybody! It’s time for the annual bowling event presented by the members of The Locksley Anthony Henry Scholarship Foundation. This will take place on Saturday, November 21st. For extra pricing information, you can view Shell Lane’s hours and pricing here. The site also holds contact information should you have any inquiries. We hope to see you […]

Breast Cancer Awareness


It is, at this point, considered to be good wisdom in that trying to educate any population, it is best to educate the women of that population because they will teach their children and community.  Arguably because of this factor, breast cancer awareness is through the roof, with more and more charities and companies joining […]

A Night of Joy


Ralph Waldo Emerson said “the purpose of a life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well”.  These are wise words, but with all due respect to Mr. Emerson, we at the Locksley Anthony […]

Words of Wisdom


With the summer drawing near an end and students finding out about their college choices and  scholarships, it seemed appropriate for last words of wisdom to be imparted to all students  about to embark on the next leg of their journey, especially the three new winners of the   Locksley Anthony Henry scholarship. Consider living […]

The Privilege of Education


This week, I had the rare pleasure of joining my brother on a road trip to a job interview.  He is fresh out of college and just beginning the job search process.  I couldn’t be prouder and happier for him. Yet in the moment he left me to interview, decked out in his suit, tie, […]

Our Annual Scholarship Dinner!


In older times, when the West still hadn’t been won, the horse and buggy were the best mode of transportation, and almost every family ran a farm, there were no construction crews and building barns still wasn’t the task of one man. But, in those days, communities would come together to have a barn raising […]

Making Access Affordable


It is possible to contextualize and conjecture until the cows come home about how to make higher education accessible to everyone. It is equally possible to spout off high-minded ideals. The fact is that talk doesn’t put more kids in college and it doesn’t make it any more accessible So here at Locksley Anthony Henry […]