(WEA) WA-NEE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is awarded to a graduating graduate who is enrolled as an education major in a four-year degree program. The applicant must meet the following qualifications:

  • Preference will be given to children of a WEA member.
  • Secondary preference will go to a student planning to major in Education 
  • Applicant ranks in the upper 1/3 of the graduating class
  • Possesses favorable attitudes, habits, and qualities of good citizenship
  • Has the potential to succeed at the college/university level
  • Additional selection criteria will include: grade point average, class rank, SAT scores and attendance.

KELSEY MIKEL MEMORIAL YEARBOOK SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding graduating yearbook staff member planning to attend college or a technical school.  The member must be in good standing with the staff and advisor to be eligible.

WAKARUSA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

  • Student in the Wakarusa area
  • Be active in local community groups and projects, church and social organizations
  • Be proven as a good citizen and positive role model among peers
  • Maintain at least a 3.0 GPA

WAKARUSA LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP - TECHNICAL

The graduate selected for the two-year technical Wakarusa Lions Club Scholarship is expected to meet each of the following criteria:

The graduate is planning to enroll in a two year program leading toward a career in a technical field (computer information systems, database management, automotive technology, criminal justice, health care support, imaging sciences, surgical technology, etc.)

  • The senior’s high school academic record indicates he or she is likely to be successful in taking the necessary course work leading toward the chosen two-year technical
  • If it is the judgment of the selection committee that no applicants are likely to be successful in a two-year technical program, the selection committee may select a second applicant for a bachelor’s degree scholarship leading toward a medical career (doctor, nurse, radiologist, etc.) or a health-related career (pharmacy, prosthetics, athletic trainer, etc.).
  • The graduate lives in the Wakarusa Elementary School attendance district

WILSON FAMILY COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is awarded to a graduate who plans to continue his/her education.  The candidate will have demonstrated a selfless commitment to community service in the Wa-Nee area.

WA-NEE EMPLOYEES SCHOLARSHIP

This award is funded by the Wa-Nee employees who chose to participate in the scholarship payroll deduction plan. The scholarship is to be awarded to a student who achieves a high point ranking on their application.  

ZETA NU CHAPTER OF TRI KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP

These scholarships are awarded to qualifying seniors who plan on furthering their education at a four-year college or university.

  • Recipient needs to obtain a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Demonstrates strong character and has received positive teacher evaluations
  • Preferably students who are involved in activities and/or organizations outside the academic school day, whether participating in sports, performing arts, community service, or employment

WAKARUSA LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP

The graduate selected for the medical career Wakarusa Lions Club Scholarship is expected to meet each of the following criteria:

  • The graduate is enrolling in a four-year bachelor degree program leading toward a medical career (doctor, nurse, radiologist, etc.) or a health-related career (pharmacy, prosthetics, athletic trainer, etc.)
  • The senior’s high school academic record indicates he/she is likely to be successful in taking the necessary college course work leading toward the chosen medical career.
  • The graduate lives in the Wakarusa Elementary School attendance district.

NAPPANEE KIWANIS SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship recipient will be chosen based on the following criteria:

  • Minimum of 3.0 grade point average
  • Accepted to a college or university with major declared
  • Extra-curricular activities:  Athletics, Band, Choir, Student Council, etc.
  • Strong character
  • Community Service:  Consideration will be given to Scout and or Key Club members if other qualifications are met.