Local scholarship list for Enumclaw High seniors

The scholarship applications can be found at:

Go to SWIFT Websites

Link: Career College & Counseling

Go to Documents

Go to the Category: Local Scholarships – Seniors Only

Instructions: Open all scholarships of interest and save them individually on your desk


Please read all directions carefully. Neatness does count. Print Hard Copy.

Contact Mrs. Engebretsen in the Counseling Office if you need any assistance


DEADLINE: March 30, 2012 (unless otherwise specified) by 3:00 p.m.



NOTE: See application for detailed criteria of each scholarship.


Albert Bogden Memorial Scholarship: Two -$2500, pursuing career in education; 3.0 GPA.

Arts Alive!: $1,000, going into a field related to the Arts, music included. GPA, extra-curricular

activities and recommendations will be considered.

Art Gamblin Memorial Scholarship: $500 for a MALE and $500 a FEMALE, 2.5 GPA, involved in


Bob and Alice Campbell Memorial Scholarship: $500, 3.0 GPA, scholar athlete, prefer student

planning to study education, has leadership and community service.

Bob and Mary Nelson Baseball Scholarship: $500, 2.5 GPA; baseball player or fast pitch player,

major in Education with an intent to coach baseball, leadership, community service

Buckley Log Show: $2,000/split, open to any student pursuing post secondary schooling.

Danish Sisterhood: $300, planning on attending college in the Fall of 2012, interested in

continuing the study of foreign language.

Elinor E. Ulman Visual Arts Scholarship- Two- $500, planning on attending GRCC in the Fall of

2012 and study the visual arts.

Enumclaw High School - Class of 1962 Alumni Scholarship:- $200, 2.75 or better GPA,

leadership and community service

Enumclaw Education Association Scholarship: $500, Parent must be an EEA member

(certificated), planning on attending college in the Fall.

Enumclaw Garden Club Scholarship: $1,000, planning on furthering their education in plant

science, environmental science, horticulture, conservation, landscape design, forestry or turf


Enumclaw Jaycees Scholarship- $125, attending a vocational (looked at 1st) or two year college

in the Fall 2012.

Enumclaw Kiwanis Scholarship: Two - $1,000, 2.0 GPA, community involvement, leadership,

character and financial need. (Note: Application from 2011 will be used for 2012).

Enumclaw Ladies Golf Club Scholarship: $400, 2.5 GPA, female member of the golf team for at

least their junior and senior years.

Enumclaw Medical Center: $1,500, 3.0 GPA, must be going into the field of medicine, transcripts

and letters of recommendation.

Enumclaw Men’s Golf Club Scholarship: $500, senior golf team member planning on attending

college in the Fall, coach recommendation.

Enumclaw Police Department: Two - $500, planning on a career in law enforcement

Enumclaw Rotary Four-Way Test Scholarship: one -$2,000 and two-$1,000, based on character

and ability.

Flintoff VoTech Scholarship: $1000, 2.5 GPA, planning on attending a technical/trade school in

the Fall for study of HVAC/Refrigeration, Diesel Mechanic or Commercial Truck Driving.

Frankie’s Pizza: $500, 2.75 GPA, school and community involvement.

Gerald and Nancy Lyon’s Memorial Scholarship: $1,500, based on need, 3.0 GPA, character and

volunteer work.

Greenwater Horseshoe League: $750, 3.0 GPA, must be a resident of Greenwater or dependent

of a property owner in the Greenwater area.

Hallie Crites Golf Scholarship: $1000, Female varsity golfer, 3.0 GPA.

Hancock Forest Management Scholarship: $800, 2.9 GPA, attend 2-yr, 4-yr or technical college,

community service, plan to major in Science or natural resource related field or legal guardian is

employed by a federal, state, county or private forest mgmt./land mgmt. entity or contractor that

directly supports such entities

Hill AeroSystems, Inc.- President Award: $3000, Male, 3.5 minimum GPA, majoring in math/

science/engineering, leadership, community service, 4-year college

Hill AeroSystems, Inc.- Vice President Award: $3000, Female, 3.5 minimum GPA, majoring in

math/science/engineering, leadership, community service, 4-year college

Hill AeroSystems, Inc.- Business/Technical Award: $750 for male & $750 for female, 3.0

minimum GPA, majoring in business/technical, leadership, community service, 2-year college or

technical college

Jean K. Lafromboise Memorial Scholarship: 5/$3500, 3.0 GPA, attending a college in WA.

Jim Fugate Memorial Scholarship: $1500, 2.5 GPA, planning on going into the automotive field,

2yr. college or Technical school.

Joyce Marshall Continuing Education Scholarship: $350, 3.0 GPA, financial need, attending a

2yr or technical school in the Fall of 2012.

Keith Person Memorial Scholarship: $325, 2.75 GPA, financial need, attending a 2yr, 4yr or

technical school in the Fall of 2012.

Kipp Upper Scholarship: $50, awarded to a young man, equal importance shall be given to

scholastic ability, leadership, responsible and activities. Need, not a factor.

Les Walden Memorial Music Scholarship: $250, 2.5 GPA, 3.0 in band, must be active in band

and pursuing a degree in music education.

Lions Club of America Scholarship: $500, 3.0 GPA, student interested in vision related field or

similar area of medicine.

Mike Freier Memorial Scholarship- $1,500, lettered football player, 2.0 GPA, with financial need.

Mike Schipper Memorial Scholarship: $100 for 4 yrs, majoring in AG at a 2-yr, 4-yr or technical


Molen Orthodontics Scholarship: $250, 3.2 GPA, past or present patient of Dr. Molen

NW Career Colleges Federation – “Careers That Work” Scholarship: 5/$1000, attend a private

career college in Washington, Idaho or Oregon state.

Perpetual Trust Scholarship: $500, 2.75 GPA, 2-yr, 4-yr or technical school.

Perpetual Trust Travel-Study Scholarship: $500, must be planning on a travel/study experience.

Not intended for recreation.

Public School Employees: 2/$500 (1-vocational and 1-academic), 2.0 GPA, dependent of PSE

member (classified)

Shod Nelson Memorial Scholarship: $300/split, 4-yr college, Cheerleader, who has demonstrated

leadership and community service.

St. Elizabeth Hospital Scholarships: 5 scholarships available ($500 - $1000.00), 2.5 GPA

minimum, interested in healthcare related professions. Return all requested materials to the

Hospital by April 30, 2012 (only 1 application needs to be turned in for the 5 scholarships).

Wes Borreson Memorial Scholarship: $1000, 3.5 GPA, community service, financial need


Listed below are local scholarships available, but are handled within their organization. You will need to

contact them for scholarship information and to obtain an application. EHS has NO further information

other than what is listed below.




Calvary Presbyterian


Five scholarships



Contact Information


Scholarship Information


Mary Ann Dacus



Scholarships Offered:

Calvary Presbyterian Church 1-$500.00

David Klein

Scholarship Fund 2-$500.00

Christian Education

Scholarship 1-$750.00

Worthy Student Award Scholarship 1 - TBD


Green River Comm.

College - $2000.00

scholarship reserved for

Enumclaw or WR District

/ Class of 2012


Hope Lutheran Church




Application is located at:

Deadline: April 30, 2012 by 4:00 p.m.


Lori Ritzdorf



Cindy Gallion



Mutual of Enumclaw –

Must be an employee;

student reimbursement



Sacred Heart Catholic



**April letter will be sent to current employees**


Trinity Lutheran Church


Maple Valley Street Rats

Car Club


Kelsey Harrington

360.825.2333 ext. 25


Curt Aubert



Vicki Markley


206.713.9777 (cell)


Contact with any questions.


Imagine America


Five - $1000.00 awards


Application is located:

See Jerry Globe @ EHS in room #1034


Follow instructions carefully.

Eligibility: Attended automotive classes.

Deadline: March 31, 2012


Application is located at:


Eligibility: Attend a career college in USA (see list on

website), 2.5 GPA, financial need, community service

Deadline: March 30, 2012


White River Credit Union

Two - $500.00 awards


Application is located at:


For existing Users:



Deadline: April 6, 2012


DEADLINE: March 30, 2012

PLACE: EHS Counseling Center –

Attn: Mrs. Engebretsen

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