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​​​​​​​​​​​​Scholarship information 


New scholarships will be po​sted as we get them.  You cannot save your information on pdf so you must completly fill out the form and print.  For more information please contact: 

Margie Pinaire
JCHS  Scholarship Coordinator
RM 122 Deever
These applications have been given to our counseling o​ffice to be made available to Junction City High School students. Some of these scholarships are also offered to students at schools in the surrounding area.  These applications are in PDF Format.  You will want to save them to your computer by right clicking and saving. Then you can open it up and type in the fields.  Please understand that you cannot save changes to the forms so you must type in the forms and then print.  All local scholarship applications should be completed on the compute​r, printed and returned to Mrs. Pinaire by the DUE DATE given unless otherwise stated in the application.   If you need access to a printer, download completed application on a thumb drive and see Mrs. Pinaire. 
"C" average or above
Copy of official (unofficial) transcript
High School Resume
100 word essay on the importance of giving back
Student must have attended Franklin Elementary School one complete year.  Student must have a 2.5 or greater G.P.A.
Complete application,
High School Resume required
3 Letters of Recommendation 
SR at JCHS or St. X
Copy of current transcript with GPA, scale & class rank
2 letters of reference-
1  from a  teacher, admin.,, coach, counselor, ...
1  from community member not associated with the school system.  No family.
Due March 29     $1000

Must have attended Washington Elementary 4 complete years.
High school resume
counselor verification page
Official HS  transcript
2 letters of recommendation – 1-HS instructor and 1- not related to you
Narrative in a word document  telling us about yourself .... (about 500 words)
Current photo
An official HS transcript
2 letters of recommendation- 1 HS instructor; 1- personal reference
Narrative, (no more than 500 words)  about yourself, why you  chose  a nursing career, and how this scholarship will impact  your educational needs
Current photo
One Female graduate, One Male graduate
High School Resume necessary
Brief paragraphs on your qualities and your future plans
$500 each
You must be a graduate of the Junction City High School.
You must be entering into a four year college or university program; majoring in pre-medicine or nursing.
This is for first year students. 
This is a one-time award of $500.
Must be accepted at K-State in engineering, computer science or chemistry.
Renewable for up to four (4) years as long as you are a full-time K-State student  in engineering, computer science or chemistry.
Must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or greater.
GPA must fall between a 2.8 and 3.8. 
Can be used for any type of post-secondary schooling.
One-time award of $500.
See application for more details.
Must have GPA of 3.25 or higher on a 4.0 scale
School reference
Community reference
500-1000 word essay on choice of topic in application
High School Resume
Demonstrate Financial need
Explain Vocational Interest
Goals statement
$1000-renewable for one year
High School Resume
Brief Statement on Financial Need
Personal Statement on Career Goals, College Major, Future Plans, and Reason for Applying
2 Letters of Recommendation
Copy of Official Transcript
FAFSA  Student Aid Report
$3,000 per year, renewable
Write A brief statement on the following-
-any challenges you've faced and how you've perservered
-financial need +  any unusual circumstances
-goals for future
2 Letters of Recommendation
Copy of off. transcript
IEP not necessity
SR girls/ minimum 3.2 GPA
Copy of HS transcript and ACT/SAT composite
Participated in 2+ activities in school, church, or the community
 $800- $400 per semester
Attend  3 years  of  K thru 5  at Eisenhower Elementary
A 2.0 GPA required  through high school years
College, 2 or 4 year
Copy of transcript
GPA 3.0 first consideration
2 letters of reference
Detailed aaccount of applicant's activities and interests
Must have attended Westwood Elem 3 years.
Must have a 2.0 GPA
Must be attending post-secondary training

COPY of your most current HS transcript 
ACT or SAT score(s).
A letter from your pastor, chaplain, clergy, or other
institution of faith you are attending.
Answer all questions, includes a writing sample.
$1500/yr, renewable

Majoring in music or art
2 or 4 year college, or specialty school
High School Resume
Qualities you possess for scholarship
Future plans
Need for scholarship
$1,500 one-time
Copy of HS transcript
Cum GPA of 3.2 (4.0 scale) receive 1st consideration
3  letters of ref.  from individuals -teachers, administrators, coaches, clergy or employer whom applicant has worked; no family
Attending a 4-year college or university
-JCHS minority student
-3.0 GPA or greater at graduation
-copy of high school transcript
-2 references, name & phone number, not family
-2 page, double spaced, typed statement of purpose
$500, $250 per semester
GPA 3.0 or greater
Planning to attend K-State
Due  April 15
Must be attending a 4-year college
Due April 15
Must have attended Lincoln Elementary at least 3 years
2.0 or greater GPA
HS Resume
Leadership skills
Attended Sheridan Elementary sometime during K-5 years
Must be attending vocational/technical school
High School Transcript
GPA 2.5 or higher
High School Resume
3 reference letters
and other requirements
Male or female
Pursuing a teaching career
2 or 4 year college
Loves family and friends
Good student
Good citizen
3 letters of reference
$500 up to $1000
Paragraph explaining your educational /vocational plans and goals
Brief synopsis as to why you think that you should be the recipient of this scholarship
High School Resume
Must attend JCHS at least 2 years, 3.2+ GPA non-weighted,statement of intent, 3 letters of reference,
resume, short essays
3.2 -3.8 GPA, Former  Washinton Elementary School students given first priority, $500
You or your parents must have an account with them.. 
Applications Available for Ku, KSU, WSU, & Generic
$2000 each/ JCHS male and  female
Minimum 3.5 GPA
Current High School Resume
COPY of  official transcript
3  letters of reference which speak to the student’s character, service and personal qualities , no family
1-2 page word document- see application
Official HS Transcript
2 Letters of Recommendation
Award is paid each semester; varies between $250-$1500 depending on need
Renewable each year 
Current or former patient
Graduating senior pursuing any post-secondary degree
Min.cum. GPA  - 3.0
 Essay - 250 words or less why you should receive this scholarship
Consent form
Photo - Senior or other current

Complete application
1 Letter of Recommendation
$500 - 2 awards   

Current  transcript
2 activities at school, church, or within the community; a listing of honors, awards, and service
2  letters of reference
essay (500‐1000 words)  educational plans + life goals- the way  goals will benefit society 
Must type
Anyone can apply.
Pursuing any type post-secondary scholarship
Attach Resume for Interests
Short Essay why you are deserving of this scholarship
3 reference letters
Due May 1

GPA at least a 3.25.
Current resume.
Copy of official transcript.
2 letters of reference
1-pg- Explain one event from your involvement in school activities, athletics or community service that stands out in your mind. Why important?
GPA of 3.0+
Attended or worked at KS Kids Day Care/ Preschool
OR played football for JCHS
copy of JCHS transcript
HS resume
 essay 250 wd, dbl sp, Times New Roman 12 pt.  Font, “Why do you feel you are deserving of this scholarship?”
FAHS students preferred but not necessary
Service Learning hours related to your plan of study
Plan of Study
3 Leetters of Reference
500 Word Essay
African-American Females
Minimum GPA of 2.5
Due May 3
Priority given to applicants going into education
3 references
HS Resume
Copy of Official Transcript
$500 to $1000
GPA 2.75 or higher
Internship completed as a senior
Current SET student, must have  been a SET student during internship
OUALITY of Internship Fair presentation a factor
Other Application Info

Make application twice a year; Due June 20th for fall semester and Due November 20th for spring semester
Mail application to address in document
Other Scholarships- This section of scholarships includes scholarships that are for students whose parents are or have been affiliated with the military, scholarships that are received from state organizations, community colleges, universities, technica/tradel schools and foundations in Kansas; and national scholarships that are available to all students nationwide from universities, colleges, technical/trade schools, foundations and other organizations across the nation.  Listed is a brief description of the scholarship, their URL and due date. 
Scholarship description
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​The Perry Sharp Memorial Scholarship is in honor of Perry Sharp, who was a dedicated athlete, business owner and college basketball official that lived in our our community for 17 years.  He was very involved in Blue Jay athletics.

  To learn more about this  scholarship and its requirements go to:                       

Submitted online

LOCAL MILITARY                                                    

Applicants must be eithe a son or a  daughter of any rank of the military (active duty, retired, or deceased) in the greater Fort Riley area.  Applications and supporting documents must be postmarked no later than March 15, 2019

FT. RILEY COMBINED Scholarship.docx


1.  GO TO

2.  Click on APPLY NOW

3. Read carefully.

4.  When completed, print the application for your records (if it allows), then submit the application on line.

5.    The local Elk's Lodge will award  a $1,000; $500 and  $250 scholarship.  The application will be submitted at the national level and sent back to the local level for their selection.  

6.  Check out the other scholarship opportunities on the page where you enter the application under SCHOLARSHIPS.



There are four scholarships available based on the student's university – Wichita State University, Kansas State University, University of Kansas or any other Kansas accredited universities or colleges.  Applications below as attachments.

Scholarship Requirements Overview

  • Applicants must submit a completed scholarship form and a typed one-page essay.
  • Applicants must be a current Meritrust member in good standing, and must have maintained a Meritrust membership account for at least 12 months prior to application.
  • The applicants may be either full-time or part-time status at the university/college. Scholarship amount will depend upon enrollment status.
  • The deadline for the scholarship applications for the 2018-2019 year is Friday,

​500 words or less/ double spaced/ 8 1/2 x 11 paper

Topic - "Personal responsibilities of a good citizen."



To provide college scholarships and educational counseling to the children of military personnel who have been killed in the line of duty. Our goal is to bridge the gap in funding between available sources of grants and scholarships (i.e., VA Chapter 33 or 35, federal, state, local and private grants) and the total cost of college. We hope to ensure that no child covered by our mission has to go out-of-pocket or take on loans to pay for college. 
Who do we serve?
Children – whether natural, by marriage or adoption – who have lost a parent in the line of military duty, during combat or peacetime. All branches (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard) and all components (active, reserve and guard) are covered. 
What expenses are covered?
Costs related to undergraduate education: tuition, room and board, books, fees, computers and living expenses. Students can be enrolled in either public or private institutions; colleges, universities and vocational schools are covered. We do not cover airfare to and from school, and funding cannot be applied to graduate-level education. 
How much does the organization provide to each student? 
There is no maximum amount, subject to the requirements described above. The award amounts are based on individual needs and our available funding. 
What documentation do I need to provide?
We realize the strain that surviving families endure, so we strive to make our process as simple, user-friendly and flexible as possible. Our staff can handle many of your needs over the phone. Typical documents needed include:The family enrollment which enters you into our system. 
  • A copy of the Casualty Report (DD1300)
  • Class schedule
  • Information on your VA benefits
  • Transcript with GPA
  • Documentation of expenses 
What is the scholarship award process?  
Our scholarship committee is streamlined. Decisions are made throughout the year.

MILITARY ONLY - This scholarship is for military students of active duty Service Members stationed at one of 7 military installations, which Ft. Riley is included. Applicants do not have to live in Corvias Group housing to be eligible.



Dependent, unmarried children under age 23 of active duty personnel, reserve/guard and retired military members, or survivors of service members who died while on active duty or survivors of individuals who died while receiving retired pay from the military may apply. 

Completed applications must be submitted online. 

This scholarship is supported by the Defense Commissary Fund.  It is intended to support a scholarship at every military installation that has a commissary, which includes Fort Riley. 



This scholarship application and requirements can be found at, click on Heroes Legacy Scholarships.​


​Military connected femle students who are seniors, whose parent is a career commissioned officer in the United States military-active duty, retired or deceased while on active duty   Average scholarship is $4,000, renewable for four years. Selection is based on academic excellence and need.  




​Available to assist dependents of US Military Members or honorably discharged Veterans at ASUS-Served locations, Fort Riley is included. 

Program is for undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four-year college or vocational-technical school in specified fields of study, including environmental science and engineering; biology and chemistry; medical and mathematical sciences; business management; and technology.

Up to five awards of $2,500 are available to students each year, and awards are renewable for up to three additional years American States Utility Services, Inc. is a proud utility provider for the United States military, supporting installations across the nation with efficient water and wastewater management. For more details on the program or to apply, visit us online  at

Submitted online; due March 15




The MG James Ursano Scholarship Program offers scholarships based solely on financial need as evidenced by the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) reported on the Student Aid Report (SAR) from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

 Student must be pursuing their first undergraduate degree and be enrolled full time as an undergraduate student for the entire academic year at a school accredited by the U.S. Department of Education. (Because financial need is already met, students attending service academies are not eligible.)
Student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale

Student must be a dependent of a Soldier on federal active duty, a retired Soldier, or a deceased active or deceased retired Soldier

To be a dependent, the student must:
Be under the age of 23 (Eligibility ends at the end of the semester/term in which the student reaches their 23rd birthday. Example – turning 23 in December would mean the scholarship would be awarded for fall term ONLY.)

Be registered in DEERS

Remain unmarried for the entire academic year

Not be a member of the National Guard, Reserves, or other military branch




​Common application for several scholarship awards between $500 and $2,000. Essay required.  Renewable for 4 years by application. For application, other requirements and instruction go to


​Applicants must have Dependent status*.  Applicants also must be the child, grandchild or great-grandchild of a TREA member in good standing, or a deceased TREA who was in good standing at the time of his/her demise.


​Applicants must be a graduating High School Senior, High School graduate, or be currently enrolled in a College, University, or Vocation/Technical School as a full time student. 
The applicant must have a parent or grandparent who is currently a member in good standing of TREA: The Enlisted Association National Auxiliary, or who was a TREA Auxiliary member in good standing at the time of their demise. 


​For  children of the United States Marine Corp. OR Navy Opens January 2020

  • Active duty or reserve U.S. Marine;
  • Veteran U.S. Marine who has received an honorable discharge, or was killed while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps;
  • Active duty or reserve U.S. Navy Corpsman who is serving or has served with a U.S. Marine unit;
  • Veteran U.S. Navy Corpsman who has served with a U.S. Marine unit and has received an honorable discharge, or was killed in the U.S. Navy.
  • GPA of at least 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale)                       
  • Family adjusted gross income for the 2015 tax year that does not exceed $95,000. Non-taxable allowances are not included in determining adjusted gross income;
  • Planning to attend an accredited undergraduate college or vocational/technical institution in the upcoming academic year, and pursuing their first associate's degree, bachelor's degree or first technical certificate. Students attending Federal Service Academies or pursing graduate degrees are not eligible. 

​For a graduating high school senior who is a citizen of the United States and whose sponsor, parent or legal guardian is a U.S. Army Engineer (active duty, retired or deceased) or current Department of the Army employee of the United States Army Corp of Engineers.  Open to students in all fields of study- college, university, technical or vocational.  Awards are based on academics and extra-curricular achievement during high school. 



For a graduating high school senior who is a citizen of the United States and whose sponsor, parent or legal guardian is a U.S. Army Engineer (active duty, retired or deceased) or current Department of the Army employee of the United States Army who plans to enroll in a program leading to a nursing degree or certification.  This award is renewable based on the student’s GPA and maintaining a full-time enrollment in a nursing program.  




U.S. citizen, 1500 SAT/21 ACT, 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale, financial need, major in science or engineering, must work for the CIA after graduation Amount: Up to $18,000 for books, tuition and fees

Applications open April 1 

Visit  (click on "Careers" then "Student Opportunities"



​Seniors planning to attend a four year college, unweighted GPA of 3.5 or above, SAT 1200 or ACT 26 and above, demonstrate financial need Due dates vary- visit page at 


​15-20 minute application survey about colleges in your area, random drawing of all completed applications for  one $4,000 scholarship, two $1,000 scholarships, ten $500 scholarships




​Students interested in pursuing a fashion degree at an accredited post-secondary school or college.



​Students interested in pursuing an animation career path at an accredited post-secondary school or college.  Application and essay.



Full, merit-based scholarships for eligible high school students to learn less commonly taught languages in  summer and academic year overseas immersion programs. Amount: Expenses associated with program.




Community Service/Volunteerism

Apply at       

  • demonstrate at school, at the workplace, and within the community the attributes of leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship;
  • demonstrate strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0 scale or equivalent);
  • demonstrate financial need as determined by Scholarship Management Services
  • 20- $10,000 renewable scholarships

For more information and to apply go to



Winners will be selected based upon two criteria: successful accomplishment of essay subject matter and individual student needs. Scholarship awardees will be expected to permit Coffee Serv Inc. to publish their winning essay on Awardees will also be required to compose and publish a follow up blog posting on with a photograph of themselves and an update on how the scholarship has helped them accomplish their goalsApplicant Essays are to be submitted to via email to:

Spring deadline, 1/31/2019



Applicant must be- A high school  senior employed with Hyvee
 (office, distribution, retail) or subsidiary locations who began
employment on or before September 15, 2018 or a high school senior son or daughter of a full regular, or part time HyVee or subsidiary employee who has a minimum of six months employment as of September 15, 2018,
An official transcript
A typed personal statement describing a time when Hy-Vee made a difference in your life and/or the life of a customer.
A typed resume, including accomplishments in academics, activities, arts, athletics, community service and future postsecondary plans.
A personal reference regarding your skills and qualifications
High School students ONLY – ACT or SAT examination scores
Questions? Contact us at


​Essay 500-1000 words on suggested sports topic $1,000 award



​Currently enrolled or expected to be enrolled in a degree program by September 2019,  must have a 3.0 GPA or higher, essay

Applications are found at:


Write a 400-500 word essay describing how the lessons you have learned through playing sports have positively impacted you as you pursue your college education. 

Email your essay and other required information to  

For further information and instructions follow this link



​Two – $500 scholarships are available to students ( U.S.citizens) who have shown dedication and passion for bullying prevention efforts in their school or community. Applications must be submitted online at and are accepted year-round. Winners will be notified in July, checks are mailed in August.


This organization is dedicated to encouraging and recognizing artistic excellence in the visual, literary and performing arts (including cinematic arts, dance, jazz, music, photography, theater, visual arts, voice and writing). Amounts: by categories up to $5,000 




U.S. citizen, high school senior, for students who have overcome major obstacles in their life, have a commitment to use their college degree in service to others, demonstrate financial need   Amount:  Up to $20,000  




High school seniors, selection criteria includes character, personal merit, ethnic and economic background, persue a degree from an accredited university. Amount:  $10,000-$20,000.




SAT-1600, ACT-25, High school GPA 3.0 or higher, demonstrate leadership abilities, U.S. citizen, must work for National Security Agency after graduation. Must major in computer or electrical engineering, computer science, mathematics or intelligence analysis  Amount: Tuition, books, fees.




Senior with an aptitude for math and science, passion for technology, a vision for success and the passion and leadership to get there, go to  


Scholarship based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities and community service.  

For more information and application go to


​Seniors must have cumulative GPA of 2.0  and participate in extra-curicular activities

 To Apply go to

NATIONAL                  Available Monthly

Available every month; deadline is the 30th of each month​$1,000 scholarship opportunity; 300 word essay on topic of the month  go to link for more information-

National   Available October 1

Graduating senior who owns and operates his/her own small business, must attend 2 or 4 yr. university, college or vocational/technical institute. Scholarships are valued between $1,000 and $10,000.                    

Apply on line at 


National  Available

Awards range from $5,000-$20,000 per year. To qualify




​30+  Scholarships for Kansas residents to apply and you can apply for an unlimited number of those that fit your educational criteria.  $5 cost for each scholarship application you submit; costs nothing to look


For more information and to view the enitre list available to Kansas residents go to


3 different applications at this site for any Kansas high school senior or recent high school graduate interested in pursuing an associate degree as a lineman, female lineman  or power plant operator.  For more information and application go to

VARIOUS DUE DATES begininng Feb. 15


Applicants must be majoring in either education or business and enrolled in a minimum of nine semester hours (at least half-time).  Enrollment must be in an accredited post-secondary educational facility within the state of Kansas.



To be eligible, you must be a  high school senior in Kansas or Missouri (school year 2017/2018); have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.8 or higher (4.0 scale); attend a 4-year university in the Fall 2018; and be of good character and standing with their school.



KANSAS JUNIOR GOLF SCHOLARSHIP – 5 scholarships available to students who participated in high school golf or   junior golf activities in Kansas., including high school golf.  Awards are based on academic performance, leadership, a written essay and financial need.   The scholarship is $1,500 per year, renewable for 4 years. Applicant  must attend a Kansas college or community college.  Details and application are available at

application link



Nov.1-30 Three entries maximum; each entry must include at least one person age 65 or older;  One $350, One $200, One $150, Seven $50 awards

Visit under Community Outreach Programs on the right  


​Must be a resident of the state of KS and qualify for in-state tuition

Must have cum, unweighted GPA of 3.0+

Admitted and enroll as a full-time student in Fall of 2019 at Emporia State, Fort Hays State or Wichita State

4-year scholarship -tuition & fees, books & supplies, room & board 

Application is open October 8


​Male, planning to attend K-State-Manhattan

Motivated for personal success, interested in studying the principles of leadership

1-$1000 Award; 2- $500 Awards

Priority Deadline is Monday, December 17, 2018  Final Deadline Monday January 7, 2019

More information can be found on FB at

For students who would not be able to attend KU because of significant personal challenges and financial hardships.  Must be a resident of Kansas. Award is $5,000 for up to 4 years. 

More information -                                     

Application available at


Loss of parent to cancer before age 22; interest in education, arts, math, science or the environment; indicate financial need; service invovlement in community, church or other non-curricular activity; $1000 award renewable for 4 years

For more information go to

Due no later than 1/10/2019


This scholarship contest is open to all students in our area who will be in a degree program in an accredited U.S. institution of post-secondary education in the coming year.  550 word (max) essay

 Applications are available online at

Established to help eliminate hatred, violence, and bigotry against gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender (GLBT) persons.  The award provides financing for incoming freshmen at KU who have experienced discrimination, bullying, and /or violence based on the belief, real or perceived, that said students are gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, or transgender; or for students who have exhibited support for GLBT persons.  Award amount $4,500 for up to four years. 




These scholarships are available only to graduating seniors of non-educational support staff to include transportation, buildings and grounds and food service, who wish to continue their education at the college level. Students must be residents of Kansas, graduate from a Kansas High School, and plan to attend a Kansas College. 

 For more information and application go to



This is a comprehensive program focusing on first-generation students interested in attending Kansas State University.  Selected students receive personalized support, development and leadership opportunities, and an annual award of $5,000, which is renewable for a total award of $20,000 over 4 years.

The application and information regarding the application process is listed under “Apply” on the left hand side at


​Brief paragraph on your experience in grain and feed industry

Brief paragraph on why you would be a good candidate for this scholarship



Several different scholarship applications for a variety of interests, including eagle scouts, music, nursing and shooting sports.   Parents must be members of the Kansas American Legion or  Legion Auxiliary.   

Various due dates beginning March 1.

For more information and applications



Any high school senior planning to major in agronomy, crop science, ag engineering, professional ag-chemical application or a related field. Available to students planning to attend school in Kansas.  
For more Information, this and other applications go to   


​1.  General scholarships if you are going to a regent school in KS, Ten $1000 scholarships to each school; KS resident, 2.75 GPA; demonstrate financial need; answer 5 questions; letters of recommendation encouraged


2.  Technical college scholarships if you are going to specified schools in KS-  Flint hills Technical, Manhattan Area Technical, North Central Kansas Technical, Northwest Kansas Technical, Salina Area Technical, Washburn Institute of Technology, Wichita Area Technical Ten $500 scholarships to each school; KS resident; HS diploma, 2.5 GPA; Demonstrate financial need; Answer 5 questions; letters of recommendation encourages


3.  Legacy scholarships available for those who have a relationship with the masons either through relatives or membership in one of their programs for youth- legacy of a  Kansas Mason, member of DeMolay, member of Rainbow Girls, Member of Job's Daughter International       $1000 to any US Accredited University, 2.75 GPA, demonstrate need; answer 5 questions,  or  $500 to any of the identified technical colleges above


4. Cynthia Ruth Russell Memorial Scholarship for person living with a disability or physical challenge going to a regents institution in KS; $10,000  in scholarship funds available to one or more of the KS Regents colleges; KS resident; Living with a disability as defined by the World Health Organization; 2.75 GPA; Demonstrate financial need


for more information and on-line application for the scholarships above go to

For a brochure

3/15/2019Available Dec

​3.25 or greater GPA on 4.0 scale

Leadership skills

Essay, Reference letter, Resume 



Designed to encourage individuals to pursue a degree in Environmental Science or a related field.  ​A graduating senior from an approved Kansas school who will be attending a technical college, community college or a four-year private or public college or university.

  • All documents must be typed.
  • Submit the completed and signed Bill Spaniol Memorial Scholarship Application Form. 
  • Submit all official current academic transcripts.
  • Submit at least one (1) letter of recommendation; academic or employment-related.
  • Provide information on involvement of non-school activities, including work experience.
  • Submit a short personal statement addressing your overall academic and career goals.
  • All applications must be received by March 31, 2019.

First priority in awarding will be given to individuals who:

  • Are seeking a career in Environmental Sciences or a related field;
  • Are a current legal Kansas resident;
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater;
  • Are a relative of a current member of KEHA.

For more information visit:


3/31/2019Not Available
  1. Must be a U.S. Citizen.
  2. Must attend an Eligible Public High School.
  3. Must be a student in the 2020 high school graduating class.
  4. Must have achieved a high school CGPA of 3.75 or higher.
  5. Must have scored 24 or higher on the ACT (Composite Score) or 1,150 on the SAT.
  6. Must enroll at an eligible four-year college the first semester following high school graduation.
  7. Must work 240 hours in the twelve months prior to the start of college; from August 2019 to August 2020.
  8. Must complete the FAFSA in 2019 using 2018 tax return information; the EFC must not exceed $6,500.
  9. Must apply for eligible Federal and State grants.
  10. Must not have been convicted of a felony.
NEED-BASED, Merit Scholarship




Participation in two sports-two years each, varsity letter in each of two sports, two of the following (a) B+ GPA (b) top 25% class rank (c) ACT score 24 or SAT score 1100, Athletic Director approval and signature, 250-500 Word essay.   






October 27, 2018     September 28, 2018
LATE FEE REQUIRED -September 29-October 14, 2018
December 8, 2018 November 2, 2018 November 3-19, 2018
February 9, 2019* January 11, 2019 January 12-18, 2019
April 13, 2019 March 8, 2019
March 9-25, 2019
June 8, 2019 May 3, 2019 May 4-20, 2019
July 13, 2019* June 14, 2019 June 15-24, 2019
t Date-June 10                Registration Deadline-May 5
Do you need help or have questions? Contact your academy counselor. 
2018 MILITARY CHILDREN’S SCHOLARSHIP HANDBOOK is available to download or purchase.
The real deal.  Doing the worksheet in the link above will really help you when filling out this application.
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Openly discusses online colleges, programs, and most importantly, the truth behind the often touted selling point "affordability".
Information needed to make an informed decision about where to attend college.  Information is on all 65 colleges in Kansas, including 33 four-year colleges and 32 two-year schools.
Helps you find opportunities to play college sports and get an athletic scholarship. Free online athlete profiles are used by over 95% of college coaches to identify and  evaluate potential recruits. These profiles give recruits the opportunity to get discovered by college coaches and proactively contact the colleges of their choice.
Compare different beauty schools and programs in their area so you can find the one that best matches your educational and career goals
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The FSA (Federal Student Aid) ID replaced the FSA PIN in May of 2015.  The new FSA ID consists of a user-created username and password to electronically access personal information on Federal Student Aid Websites including FAFSA on the Web.  You can use your FSA ID immediately to sign your FAFSA, but must waight for the Socail Security Admin. (SSA) to verify your information before you can use the FSA ID to create a renewal FAFSA, make corrections to your FAFSA, or view your SAR. 
These are 6 good you tube videos by FederalStudentAid, totaling approx 17 minutes that will give you a good overview of FAFSA: Applying for Aid.
Student loan debt has grown over 300% in the past 8 years, placing more of a financial burden across students nationwide. According to the U.S. Department of Education this affects minority students disproportionately: statistically they borrow more in student loans, are more likely to drop out due to problems securing funding, and are left with higher levels of student debt once they graduate. Fortunately, there are opportunities available for minority students. To help avoid unnecessary debt our team has created a guide to financial aid for minority students.

This guide answers the big questions, such as:
• Where can I find minority-specific financial aid?
• How do I minimize my student loan debt?
• How do I maximize my chances for winning scholarships?
 Web's most comprehensive and analytical resource for selecting a nursing school in Kansas