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Franklin Pierce High School Scholarships

The following scholarships are available to graduating Franklin Pierce High School seniors.  For more information on these scholarships please stop by the Career and Counseling Center.


Jose Alfaro Memorial Scholarship

(In memory of a member of the Franklin Pierce High School Class of 2011)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $1000 for one Franklin Pierce High School student. The recipient must have completed AP or Pre-AP World History at Franklin Pierce High School. The recipient should demonstrate the qualities of kindness and a sense of humor, and dedication to achieving their dreams.



Franklin Pierce Foundation Scholarship
 

These two one-year scholarships are in the amount of $1000 each. The recipients must have attended Franklin Pierce High School as a graduating senior. One recipient must be recognized as excelling in their academic classes while the other recipient must have a critical financial need.


 

FPHS Class or ‘58 Memorial Scholarship 

These one-year scholarships in the amount of $1500 will be awarded to both a boy and girl. The recipients must be graduating seniors of Franklin Pierce High School with a minimum GPA of 2.8 and must demonstrate evidence of involvement in service to the greater community.



FPHS Class of ‘67 Scholarship

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $500 for a Franklin Pierce High School student. The recipient will be attending a community college or vocational school. Financial need is a consideration and the student must have a grade point average of 2.5 or higher and has exhibited hard work and focus on high school academics/vocational studies.



FPHS Class of ‘83 Scholarship

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $1500. The recipient must have attended Franklin Pierce High School for a minimum of two years, have a minimum GPS of 2.8 and must demonstrate well-rounded academic, extracurricular, and/or community endeavors.



Laura Kratochvil Scholarship
         (In memory of the donor's niece, who was a 1961 graduate of Franklin Pierce High School)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $200 for a Franklin Pierce High School student. The recipient must intend to pursue studies in performing arts, broadcast journalism, or law. Financial need does not have to be a consideration but preference will be given to a good student who may not be recognized with other scholarships.



Emerson and JoAnne Matson Memorial Scholarship
(In memory of former school board members)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $300. Each scholarship will be awarded to someone who has excelled in written communication or creative writing, has a minimum GPA of 3.0 and showed well-rounded participation in school and community activities.


 

Mendiola Wrestling Scholarship
      (Established by former Franklin Pierce High School wrestling coach Jason Mendiola)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $750. The recipient must have participated in the Franklin Pierce High School wrestling program for at least two full seasons including their senior year. They must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and have at least two letters of recommendation from teachers, community leaders, etc.



John Pedroso Memorial Scholarship
(In memory of a former teacher and community leader)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $1000. The recipient must have documented active involvement in service to the school and/or district and the greater community.



Jason Peterson Memorial Scholarship
(In memory of a 2000 graduate of Franklin Pierce High School)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $1000. The recipient must be a graduating senior with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, exhibit hard work and focus on high school academics/vocational studies. The student must have shown good citizenship while in school and exhibited a positive influence on friends and classmates.



Princess Bowl Scholarship 

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $500. The recipient must have participated in the Princess Bowl as a member of their respective team. The young woman must have demonstrated leadership and a positive influence on others as well as a willingness to serve her community through the event.




Linda Rose Raden Memorial Scholarship
(In memory of a former Franklin Pierce High School student)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $500 for a Franklin Pierce High School student. The recipient must be planning a career in the medical field, maintained a minimum GPA of 2.5, and will be attending a 2 year or 4 year post-secondary institution. 



Pamela Kay Raynor Memorial Scholarship
(In memory of a long-time special education teacher in the district)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $500. The scholarship will be awarded to someone who has shown perseverance in overcoming obstacles to their education. Obstacles may include, but not limited to, special needs that required an IEP or 504 plan, long-term or chronic illness or injury, and personal or family hardships



Albert T. Reihs Memorial Scholarship
(In memory of a former teacher and principal in the district)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $1000. The recipient must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 for the last three years of high school, must have demonstrated good citizenship as evidenced by well-rounded participation in student activities, and must be of good moral character.



Doug Roberts Memorial Scholarship
(In memory of a 1967 graduate of Franklin Pierce High School)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $750. The recipient must be a male graduate of Franklin Pierce High School having attended for a minimum of two years, and will be attending a four year college. The student must have participated in varsity sports with preference given to a participant in football. The recipient must be a person of integrity.



Kerilynn Spafford Memorial Scholarship
(In memory of a 2010 graduate of Franklin Pierce High School)

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $1000. The recipient must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and preference is given to a senior intending to pursue a career in nursing. The recipient must have documented active involvement in service to the community and must be a person of integrity and good moral character.



Superintendent's Scholarship

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $500. It is awarded to a graduating senior who has not received a scholarship but is considered a hard-working student. It is intended to encourage students to continue the education beyond high school. Financial need is a consideration. Minority students will be given priority consideration. 



Team Toss’Em Scholarship

This one-year scholarship is in the amount of $500. It is awarded to a graduating senior with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. The recipient must have participated for at least three full seasons, including their senior year, with both Team Toss’Em and their FPSD High School wrestling program. The recipient must be pursuing college athletics (preferably wrestling).


 

Zagar Family Scholarship

These two one-year scholarships are in the amount of $1000 each. One scholarship is for a student who intends to pursue a career in health services and the other for a student who intends to pursue a career in social services. The recipients must be a graduating senior with a GPA of 3.2 or higher and have document active involvement in school activities and volunteer service to the community. The must attend a four-year college or university.