OHS LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
2016 - 2017
(Updated October 2016)
 
Recipients for some of these scholarships are chosen by committees that are looking for specific criteria and do not require an application. Others are based on application forms as noted. Application forms will be available via the Internet a minimum of two weeks prior to their due dates. There may be a few applications students will have to get from Mrs. Stout-Rhine or the sponsoring organization. This will be noted in the description. You need to check your senior calendars to see when the applications are due. Senior calendars will be posted on the scholarship website each month throughout the remainder of the school year. See Local Scholarship main page for calendar link.
AIM FOR SUCCESS SCHOLARSHIP---Each year, an award will be granted to one graduating Osawatomie High School senior on behalf of the AIM for Success scholarship fund. AIM is an acronym that stands for Aptitude Integrity Motivation. The AIM committee believes these three characteristics are critical pillars for individual success. An application is required.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS---Four substantial scholarships are generally given by the Osawatomie High School Alumni Association to graduating seniors that plan to further their education. Your Alumni Association is very active and has supported graduating seniors with outstanding efforts to help them further their education. An alumni committee makes the selection. An application is required.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION CHARLES MCGUIRE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS---The Osawatomie Alumni Association also administers the Charles McGuire Scholarship Fund. These very generous scholarships are from a donation to the Association by the estate of Mr. Charles McGuire. It usually provides several large scholarships to OHS graduating seniors. An alumni committee makes the selection. An application is required.
AMERICAN LEGION SCHOLARSHIPS---The American Legion provides several different scholarships to students planning to continue their education next fall. Go to www.ksamlegion.org, click on the "Scholarships" icon and select the scholarship(s) you wish to view. Applications are required.
AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS CHAPTER 156 SCHOLARSHIP---The American Legion Riders Chapter 156 provides a scholarship to an OHS Senior planning to continue their education next fall. The recipient must be a relative of a veteran. (Step-relation and guardianship will meet this requirement.) An application is required.
ANONYMOUS DONOR SCHOLARSHIP(S)---Each year we typically have from one to three local individuals that donate money to award to seniors for assistance with post-secondary education expenses. The donors generally have some criteria in mind for the recipient to meet. Selection has been made by several methods. A committee is typically named to determine the student(s) to receive them. Usually, no application is required.
DR. W.O. APPENFELLER SCHOLARSHIP---The family of the late Dr. W. O. Appenfeller provide a substantial endowed scholarship to an OHS senior who will be attending any college or vocational school within the state of Kansas full-time next fall. It must go to a good all-around student that has demonstrated a helpful and responsible attitude, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, that has maintained 95% or greater attendance over the four years, and has participated in school activities. An application is required.
ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING AWARD---Through an anonymous donor, a very generous three year endowed scholarship is given to a student attending a major Kansas university. The student must be majoring in engineering or architecture. Upon meeting certain GPA requirements it can be a renewable scholarship for two additional years. Check with Mrs. Stout-Rhine to see if it is available this year. An application is required.
AUTEN PHARMACY SCHOLARSHIPS---The Auten Pharmacy offers two very generous scholarships to seniors that plan to attend college next year and major in a medical field. This award prefers a student majoring in pharmacy, but any medical field is eligible. You must also meet the requirements for the Regent’s Curriculum and have a 3.3 or higher GPA to be eligible. An application is required.
HAROLD D. BARNHART SCHOLARSHIP---From one to three students can receive generous scholarships from the estate of Mr. Harold D. Barnhart, a 1929 graduate of Osawatomie High School. Criteria include: full-time attendance at any four year college, a good all-around student, someone that has shown concern for others, a helpful attitude, and a senior that has the potential to do well in college. An application is required.
BEAGLE COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP---This is a scholarship given by residents of the Beagle area. It is intended to assist a graduating senior that lives in the Beagle community. An application is required. Pick up application form from Mrs. Stout-Rhine.
KAYLA MICHELLE BLANTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship was established in memory of Kayla Blanton who passed away in 1999 of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Kayla's family hopes to assist a deserving Osawatomie High School graduate further his/her education. Applicants pursing a nursing degree, specifically neo-natal care, are preferred. Others may apply. An application is required.
BLOCK COMMUNITY RURITAN CLUB SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is given by the Block Community Ruritan Organization. It is for a senior that will be furthering their education next fall. An application is required.
DICK BOOE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship was established at the direction of and in honor of Mr. Richard “Dick” Booe. Mr. Booe was a long-time Osawatomie resident, active in the community, substitute teacher in the Osawatomie School District and strong supporter of the district’s students. The scholarship is intended for an education or vocational-technical oriented student planning to attend a vocational training program, two-year, or four-year college. Criteria include: Beginning post-secondary education in a vocational training program or a two or four year college in the fall after graduation, a high school grade point average of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) or higher, a good attendance record. An application is required.
FRANK AND ROSIE BOWKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is given to honor Frank & Rosie Bowker. Frank & Rosie were long-time Osawatomie residents and very active in church and community projects. They worked for many years at the Osawatomie State Hospital and were avid OHS sports fans. The Frank & Rosie Bowker Memorial Scholarship is provided by their family. An application is required. 
BRAND-WAGNER SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship was established at the direction of Mrs. Lorraine Wagner. “Though they gave to many worthy causes, their greatest joy came from helping people—especially young people.” This scholarship is intended to be used to provide for the “furtherance of higher education, including university, college and junior college education” for deserving young men and women who are graduates of Osawatomie High School, Osawatomie, KS (U.S.D. No. 367) and Prairie View High School, LaCygne, Kansas (U.S.D. No. 362). Criteria include the following: A student must have attended both his/her Junior and Senior year at Osawatomie High School, Osawatomie, KS (U.S.D. No. 367) or Prairie View High School, LaCygne, Kansas (U.S.D. No. 362) and the student must have maintained an overall “C” average (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) through their high school years. Areas to be considered in the selection of recipients include the following: The character of the individual, the intelligence of the individual, which should be sufficient to guarantee success at college, the scholastic record of the individual, and the financial need of the students. An application is required.
ROYCE BRAY SCHOLARSHIP(S)---Mr. Bray was a 1948 graduate of Osawatomie High School. Criteria include: full-time attendance at a two or four-year college, majoring in engineering is preferred, however other areas may be considered, financial need, USD 367 residency, attendance at OHS senior year and two of previous years.  Availability of this scholarship is dependent on earnings and previous recipients’ continuation of their education. See Mrs. Stout-Rhine for availability. An application is required.
H. DEAN & BARBARA BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---The family of Dean & Barbara Brown established this scholarship to honor their memories by assisting an OHS graduate in pursuing a post-secondary degree. Dean & Barbara moved to Osawatomie in 1974 where Mr. Brown served as the Osawatomie High School principal for 20 years, from 1974 - 1994. He also served as co-superintendent during his final year at OHS. Mr & Mrs. Brown hold a special place in the hearts of countless Osawatomie residents and High School Alumni. The scholarship recipient must plan to begin pursuing a post-secondary degree immediately following graduation from OHS. An application is required.
DELLMAR AND MAXINE BURROWS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---Mr. & Mrs. Burrows were long time area residents. They were active in the community and deeply valued the importance of education. This scholarship was established by family and friends with the intention of assisting a student pursuing a vocational field, but is not strictly limited to vocational studies. Need and merit will also be considered. An application is required.
CARTER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIPS---This award generally consists of two to five awards that are made available through the interest earned from an endowment to Osawatomie High by the Carter family. Recipients are selected by a committee. No application is required.
MARY LOU AND HARRY CAVINEE SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is given through a sizeable gift to Osawatomie High School by Mr. Harry Cavinee as a memorial to his wife, Mary Lou, in 2004. Both Harry and Mary Lou supported the students of OHS for many years with the generously endowed Wagers Scholarship. The scholarship is designed for a student studying nursing. Criteria include: good grades, financial need, a caring attitude with high moral character, and a good work ethic. An application is required.
MARIE CHERRY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This is an endowed scholarship granted each year to a student that intends to acquire a degree in some field of business. It is given in memory of Mrs. Marie Cherry, a former Osawatomie High School business teacher. No application is required.
OLIN CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is given in memory of Mr. Olin Church, a former Osawatomie High School counselor from 1960 to 1973. It is provided to a current OHS graduate planning to attend college or a vocational school. It was established through an endowment Mr. Church left in the care of the United Methodist Church. Criteria include: good moral character, and one who shows industry and promise. They do not necessarily need to have a high GPA. Selection is by a committee. An application is required.
CLASS OF 1974 SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is given on behalf of the OHS graduating class of 1974. The class exemplified a kinship in their friendships, caring, leadership, social awareness, and achievement that continues today. It is intended to honor the Class of 1974, their friends and loved ones with hopes of helping future Osawatomie High grads who aspire to successful careers and who will use that success to give back to the community. The contributors wish to recognize students who are active in the community and support the endeavors of their fellow students. Criteria include: beginning post-secondary education in a vocational training program or a two or four year college in the fall after graduation, attended OHS their junior and senior years, good example for other students, involvement in school and community service, high school grade point average of 3.0 or higher, students’ character and allegiance to their fellow classmates will be considered as well as financial need. An application is required.
CLOTHES CLOSET SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is provided by the Clothes Closet Ministry of the First Baptist Church of Osawatomie. Criteria include: plans to attend any accredited college or voc/tech school, 3.0 or higher GPA, 95% or higher attendance rate and involvement in school activities. An application is required.
COALITION AGAINST SUBSTANCE ABUSE---The Miami County C.A.S.A. organization gives scholarships each year to students that have taken part in activities to prevent student substance abuse. It is renewable. If you have been active in SADD or DARE you should apply. A carefully completed application is required. See Mrs. Stout-Rhine for guidelines and detailed selection criteria. See Mrs. Johns for assistance.
RACHEL DALTON SCHOLARSHIP---The family and friends of Rachel Dalton have established this scholarship as a memorial to her. She would have graduated with the Osawatomie High School class of 2006. Criteria include: plans to attend a two or four-year college or vocational/technical school, 90% or greater attendance, attendance at OHS all four years of high school, involved in school activities, minimum GPA 2.5, minimum ACT of 17, rank in top 50% of class, and member of FCA or SADD. An application is required.
JOHN R. DEVORE CHARITABLE TRUST SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship has been set up by the advisory group that presides over the John DeVore Charitable Trust. The purpose of the trust is to provide for distributions to, or for the direct benefit of persons who are both residents of Miami County, Kansas and United States military personnel or veterans, or their family members, for the purpose of aiding, assisting and improving their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual welfare. Criteria include: have a parent / guardian that is a U.S. military personnel or Veteran (requires proof of military service i.e. DD214), currently resides in Miami County, Kansas, plans to attend a 2 or 4-year college or vocation/technical institute full-time in the fall immediately following graduation and a GPA of 2.0 or higher. An application is required. Please see Mrs. Stout-Rhine for an application.   
SHAWNNA JO DODSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is awarded in memory of Shawnna Jo Dodson. She would have graduated in 2006. No application is required.
DUSTIN EAKS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship has been established through anonymous donations intended to honor Dustin Eaks. He was very proud to be a 2001 graduate of Osawatomie High School. He obtained his Associates Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Longview Community College. The donors of the scholarship value education a great deal and believe Dustin would be pleased to be able to give back to the community and OHS by helping a graduate further their education and obtain their goals. Criteria include: planning to obtain an associate’s or bachelor’s degree from a two or four year university or college and a minimum high school GPA of 2.75. An application is required.
E.C.K.A.N. SCHOLARSHIP---The area E.C.K.A.N. office generally gives a scholarship to an area student going to college or a vocational/technical school. Specific economic criteria must be met to be eligible. See Mrs. Stout-Rhine for details. An application is required. See Mrs. Stout-Rhine for a paper copy of the application. 
EAST CENTRAL KANSAS ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED SCHOOL PERSONNEL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship award is provided by Retired School Personnel in Miami County. The selection will be based upon academic ability, financial need, outstanding personal characteristics, and a serious commitment by the student to furthering his/her education. Preference will be given to education majors. An application is required. 
WILLIAM AND NADINE EDDY SCHOLARSHIP---The late William and Nadine Eddy, 1928 graduates of Osawatomie High School and former active community leaders, gave the funds for this endowed scholarship. Their son, William Eddy Jr., continues to support this award. It is for a student going to a four-year college that has demonstrated a caring and helpful attitude toward others during his/her high school years. An application is required.
ELKS LEGACY SCHOLARSHIP---Criteria include: a parent or grandparent that has been a member of the ELKS for a few years (see application) and an academically talented student with a high GPA and ACT. Applications may be downloaded from the internet at: www.elks.org/enf/scholars/legacy.cfm .
ELKS MOST VALUABLE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS---The scholarships are based on leadership, grades and academic achievement. The student should rank very high in the class. It requires a lengthy application, letters of reference, transcript of grades, etc.. Because the application is long, you must start on these as soon as they are available. Winners advance to state competition where more awards are possible. This scholarship can result in a lot of money if you progress through the various levels. The application may be downloaded from the internet at:www.elks.org/enf/scholars/mvs.cfm.
ELKS PAST EXALTED RULER SCHOLARSHIPS---The local Elks Lodge #921 also gives generous P.E.R. awards to students in area high schools. Past academic success is an important consideration for this scholarship. Complete this application as soon as it becomes available and turn it in promptly. An application is required.
FRANK E. ELLIOTT SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship was established by friends and colleagues of Frank Elliott, former counselor at Osawatomie High School. A committee selects someone from the senior class each year that will be furthering his/her education to receive the award. No application is necessary. 
JOE FENOUGHTY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---Mr. Fenoughty’s family and friends established this scholarship in 2010 as a memorial to him. Mr. Fenoughty graduated from OHS in 1958, was a life-long Osawatomie resident, active in the community and a strong supporter of OHS athletics. The scholarship is intended for an OHS student attending a vocational/technical school, two-year or four-year college. The recipient must have attended OHS all four years. An application is required.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is designed to assist an  active member of the First Baptist Church of Osawatomie in furthering their education. Selection criteria include active participation in activities of the First Baptist Church of Osawatomie, financial need, and high school academic performance. An application is required. 
FIRST OPTION BANK SCHOLARSHIP---The First Option Bank of Osawatomie provides this scholarship to assist area graduates in obtaining a college education. Criteria include: a minimum of two years attendance at OHS, a good all-around student that has shown concern for others, demonstrates a helpful, caring attitude toward his/her fellow students and teachers, has potential to be successful in their post-secondary program, a customer of First Option Bank, or is a son/daughter or grandson/granddaughter of a First Option Bank customer, and plans to pursue a business/finance related major. An application is required.
FIRST STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP---First Student Inc., in Paola, gives scholarships to children and grandchildren of their employees. Your parent or grandparent should contact the secretaries in the First Student office. They will provide assistance to apply.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This award is given by the Osawatomie First United Methodist Church to assist with the post secondary educational expenses of a member of the church. An application is required.
NOEL GANOUNG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is given in memory of Mr. Noel Ganoung. He was a long-time industrial arts and drafting teacher at Osawatomie High School. You should be headed toward a program related to drafting/industrial arts, or planning to become a teacher to be eligible. An application is required.
DONNA LAMBERT GOODWIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is provided by the late Mildred P. Lambert to honor her daughter, Mrs. Donna Lambert Goodwin. The scholarship is intended for a student planning to study in a medical field with priority given to a nursing or x-ray major. The students awarded shall be of good moral character and financial need. The valedictorian and salutatorian are not eligible for this scholarship. An application is required.    
GEORGE AND ANN GRAHAM SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is a substantial award given each year through a very generous endowment set up by Mr. and Mrs. Graham. Mr. Graham was a former Osawatomie businessman and school treasurer. This scholarship is to go to a graduating senior planning to major in business at a four-year college. An application is required.
JASON GRANDON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship was established by Jason’s family and is given in his memory as a way of thanking our community for their support throughout this tragedy. Jason was killed by a drunk driver in Miami County when he was 20 years old. The family works diligently to raise awareness regarding drunk driving and its devastating effects. An application is required.
GREATER MIAMI COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP---The Greater Miami County Community Foundation has established a scholarship to recognize students from Paola High School and Osawatomie High School for the leadership abilities and potential. Students from each school have served on the board of the foundation and worked to raise funds for the scholarship. These students are not eligible to receive the scholarship. An application is required.
GLADYS ANN AND WEBSTER HAWKINS SCHOLARSHIP--- Mr. & Mrs. Hawkins owned and published the Osawatomie Graphic for many years. They were the recipients of many journalism awards. They have provided a very generous donation to establish a continuing endowed scholarship. Its first preference is for a student that will be going to college and majoring in journalism. Other majors, however, can apply and will be considered. As long as the student remains eligible they may continue to receive the award for up to four years. Only one recipient may receive funds at a time. Therefore, this scholarship is not available each year. Check with Mrs. Stout-Rhine regarding availability. An application is required.
HEADS UP BRAIN INJURY SUPPORT GROUP SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is being offered by the Heads Up Brain Injury Support Group. It is available to any graduating senior from Osawatomie High School. The recipient of this scholarship should show compassion, the ability to give to others, and have been active within their community. Their future plans should involve pursuing their education goals in whatever field that may be. The committee asks that you carefully complete the application in order for them to better know you and your aspirations. An application is required.
HEARTLAND ART GUILD SCHOLARSHIP---This is a competitive scholarship open to students in each Miami County High School.  Selection for the one winner is based on a portfolio of the student’s work. The portfolio will be evaluated by a committee for the recipient selection of this award. See Mrs. Trull for portfolio details and assistance. An application is required. Pick up application form from Mrs. Stout-Rhine.
CHARLES "CHIC" HECKART SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is given by the family and friends of Mr. Charles “Chic”Heckart, a long time coach, athletic director, and teacher at Osawatomie High School. This scholarship is given through the Osawatomie United Methodist Church. Past criteria has included: an OHS graduating senior, C or higher GPA, someone active in high school athletics, and the average or better attendance. An application is required.
SARAH INGLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---Mrs. Ingle's family established this scholarship as a memorial to her. She obtained her bachelor's degree from Baker University and her master's from Pittsburg State University. Mrs. Ingle taught girls physical education in Osawatomie and later worked as a daycare provider at the First Lutheran Church in Paola. She retired in 2002. No application is required.
LOIS JACKSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship was established in memory of Ms. Lois Jackson, a former teacher for USD 367. The recipient must plan to major in education. An application is required.
DERRICK JENSEN SCHOLARSHIP---Mr. Jensen was a 1974 graduate of Osawatomie High School. This scholarship is intended to assist a dedicated, coachable, student athlete that has shown exemplary leadership qualities and plans to attend a two or four year college or vocational/technical school in the fall immediately following their graduation. No application is required.
JUDY FINDLEY JOHNSON SCHOLARSHIP---Mrs. Johnson was a 1958 graduate of Osawatomie High School. As the valedictorian of her class, she received the Dr. Fowler Scholarship. She graduated from the University of Kansas in 1962 with a degree in elementary education and married Bob the same year. Her mother, Frances Findley, was a first grade teacher in the Osawatomie school system for over 30 years. She and her family valued education a great deal. Bob and Shari Johnson have established this scholarship to honor his late wife by giving back to the community and the Osawatomie school district. They strongly believe scholarship recipients should remember to “give back” when they are able. This scholarship is intended to honor the valedictorian(s) of each graduating class. No application is required for this scholarship.
K. R. AND HELEN JOHNSON SCHOLARSHIP---This generous award is given in memory of Mr. K. R. and Mrs. Helen Johnson by their sons, Robert and Peter. Mr. Johnson was a businessman, civic leader, and school board member in the Osawatomie area. It goes to a graduating OHS senior who shows great promise for the future and who is planning to further his/her education. An application is required.
RAELYNN JONES SCHOLARSHIP---The RaeLynn Jones Memorial Scholarship is an endowed award given by friends and family in memory of Miss RaeLynn Jones, who was a 1983 graduate of Osawatomie High. It is for a student who is involved in various activities while attending high school, has demonstrated good academic abilities, and financial need. An application is required.
KANSAS ASSOCIATION OF DIRECTORS OF PLANT FACILITIES---These scholarships are available only to graduating seniors of non-instructional support staff who wish to continue their education at the college level. The students must be residents of Kansas and plan to attend a Kansas college or technical school. Only children whose parent or legal guardian is actively employed in a K-12 or secondary educational institution and engaged in building and grounds, food service or transportation position shall be eligible for these scholarships An application is required and available at http://kadpf.org/scholarship.html .
KANSAS COUNTY CLERKS AND ELECTION OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP---This award is made possible through joint efforts of the County Clerks, Secretary of State's Office and the Voters News Service. The scholarships are available to High School Seniors, College Freshmen or Sophomores majoring in Journalism, Political Science, or Communications. An application is required.
KANSAS MASONIC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS---The Kansas Masonic Foundation offers several different scholarships to Kansas students. Guidelines for each scholarship are available on the Kansas Masonic Foundation's website. Applications are required. 
(EAST CENTRAL) KANSAS ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED SCHOOL PERSONNEL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship award is provided by Retired School Personnel in Miami County. The selection will be based upon academic ability, financial need, outstanding personal characteristics, and a serious commitment by the student to furthering his/her education. Preference will be given to education majors. An application is required. 
KSCPA MERIT SCHOLARSHIP---These scholarships are offered by the Educational Foundation of the Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants. The scholarships are offered without regard to financial need to students who rank high in either the ACT or SAT, will attend a Kansas university or college, demonstrate leadership activities, and plan to major in accounting. See Mrs. Stout-Rhine for application instructions.        
KING – DIEDIKER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship has been established by members of the King and Diediker families to assist an OHS graduate with his/her educational expenses. Criteria include: a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher and involvement in athletics, music, and/or clubs while attending OHS. An application is required.
HENRY E. & ONETTA KING SCHOLARSHIP---The family and many friends of Henry King established this award in his memory. Criteria include: high school GPA of 3.0 or higher and involvement in school activities. An application is required.
LOIS HANNA KINKEAD SCHOLARSHIP---This is a large endowed scholarship given to a graduating senior in memory of Mrs. Lois Hanna Kinkead, a 1931 graduate of Osawatomie High School, by her late husband Mr. Ewing Kinkead. Criteria stresses academic ability, especially in English and/or geography.  An application is required.
MARTHA KUDER MEMORIAL/USD 367 FOOD SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP---The school food service employees of all the buildings in USD 367 have contributed money to provide a scholarship to a graduating senior.  Any senior planning to attend a post-secondary school next year is eligible. An application is required.
L. & K. SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is given by L. & K. Services to assist an Osawatomie High School senior with future post-secondary expenses. The scholarship is intended for a student planning to attend a vocational training program, two-year, or four-year college. The scholarship shall be awarded to a student that has exemplified a strong work ethic through school, community service, extra-curricular activities, and/or employment and has a good attendance record. The student must be enrolled full-time and begin his/her post-secondary education in the fall immediately following graduation. An application is required.
LANG CHEVROLET-BUICK-GMC TRUCK SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is to be given to a graduating senior who intends to further their education at a two-year or four-year technical school, college or university in the automotive field. The student eligible for assistance shall have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. Consideration may also be given to the student’s financial need. An application is required.
ROY A. AND MARY A. MCDANIEL SCHOLARSHIP---The McDaniel Scholarship is awarded each year to a senior planning to attend college and study an area of fine arts.  It is provided through a generous endowment from the late Father Allen McDaniel, SSC, a 1935 graduate of Osawatomie High. It is given in memory of his parents, Roy A. and Mary A. McDaniel. An application is required.
MIAMI COUNTY FAMILY & COMMUNITY EDUCATION & COMMUNITY CLUB COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP--- This award is given to a graduating senior in Miami County who has taken part in 4-H, Scouting, F.C.C.L.A., F.F.A. or related activities. An application is required. An application is required.
MIAMI COUNTY FARM BUREAU ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP---This award is designated for graduating seniors whose parents are members of the Miami County Farm Bureau for at least one year and own or lease land in Miami County. The student needs to be involved in extra-curricular activities (school, church, community). An application is required. (Link to specific requirements and application instructions.)
MIAMI COUNTY 4-H SCHOLARSHIP---The Miami County 4-H Council gives an award each year to an outstanding member of 4-H in the county. They make their selection by a committee. Applications may be accessed at http://www.kansas4h.org/DesktopDefault.aspx . Contact your 4-H leader for details.
MIAMI COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE COPS FOR TOTS SCHOLARSHIP - The Miami County Sheriff’s Office Cops For Tots program began in 1995 as a tribute dedicated to the memory of Sheriff Ken Davis.  The program serves hundreds of children each year in Miami County.  Not only does it make special Christmas memories through the Angel Tree program it also provides assistance to children throughout the year as well as helping to stock the local food pantries. The applicant shall be a graduating senior, intend to continue his/her education at a two or four year college, technical school, or university, have a 2.0 GPA, be a Miami County resident, and have a strong background in community service. An application is required.
MID-AMERICAN MENSA SCHOLARSHIP---The Mensa Education and Research Foundation is offering scholarships for members American Mensa as well as non-members. Applicants are required to submit an essay to be considered. Grades, academic program and/or financial need are not included in the final determination of recipients. An application is required.
NEWCOMER FUNERAL SERVICES GROUP TRADITION OF CARING MORTUARY SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is provided by Newcomer Funeral Services Group-Penwell Gabel, Osawatomie Chapel and intended to recognize a local mortuary science student who demonstrates the core values of Excellence, Trust, Care and Growth. Must intend to enroll in a mortuary science program. An application is required.
OLATHE MEDICAL CENTER SCHOLARSHIPS/MIAMI COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER SCHOLARSHIP---Two substantial awards are given by Olathe Medical Center each year to graduating OHS seniors by the Miami County Medical Center. Recipients must attend a post-secondary school and major in a medical related field. Academic potential is an important factor in the selection. An application is required.
OSAWATOMIE GOVERNING BODY SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is provided by individuals serving as the Governing Body of Osawatomie. It is intended to assist a student planning to attend a two or four year college or vocational/technical school in the fall immediately following their graduation. Preference will be given to a student who has either volunteered for or been employed by the City of Osawatomie and is planning to enter into a vocational program, but others may be considered. The recipient shall have a minimum 2.0 GPA and 90% attendance percentage the first semester of their senior year. An application is required.  
OSAWATOMIE NEA AWARD---The Osawatomie Teachers Association provides a large scholarship each year through donations by teachers throughout the district. It goes to a graduating senior that plans to become a teacher. It is intended that this be a substantial award that can be renewed for three additional years. An application is required
OSAWATOMIE ROTARY CLUB ARCHIE PARKS MEMORIAL AWARD(S)---The Osawatomie Rotary Club has endowed an annual scholarship(s) for graduating seniors. Archie and Beulah Parks made the initial donation to start this scholarship. The Rotarians continue to add to this endowment with their Pancake Day sales to make the award(s) significant. The recipient(s) will be selected by a committee to honor worthy students planning to attend school full-time next year. An application is required.
OSAWATOMIE VFW SCHOLARSHIP--- This scholarship is given at the direction of Osawatomie VFW members prior to the post’s disbandment. The scholarship is intended for a student planning to attend a vocational training program, two-year, or four-year college. Recipient must be a direct descendant (child, grandchild, great-grandchild, etc…) of a veteran. An application is required.     
OVER THE RAINBOW OZ COMMUNITY GARDEN SCHOLARSHIP---The creators of the Over the Rainbow Oz Community Garden have established this scholarship in an effort to recognize USD #367 students who volunteer their time and talents in the garden and/or selling and distributing the garden’s crops. The recipient must graduate from OHS in good standing and begin his/her post-secondary education in a two or four-year college or vocational training program in the fall immediately following graduation. They shall be a self-motivated, hard-working student. The garden scholarship committee will track hours worked by students by year and the scholarship shall be awarded annually to one or more qualifying students. No application is required.
P.E.O. SCHOLARSHIP---This is an annual award for a senior girl that plans to continue her education. It is given by the local P.E.O. organization. They prefer she have a 3.5 GPA and/or plan to attend Cotty College and/or have a parent that is a member of P.E.O. Other senior girls may apply in case no current senior meets the above criteria.  An application is required.
PARKER RURAL HIGH ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP---The applicant must be a relative of a Parker Rural High School graduate. An application is required. See Mrs. Stout-Rhine to apply.   
PARTNERS IN EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS---The Partners in Education organization plans to give two, or more, scholarships to outstanding seniors. Recipient must attend a two or four year college or a vocational/technical school in the fall immediately following their graduation. Usually a male and a female are selected to receive the awards. An application is required.
PIZZA HUT---This scholarship is sponsored by Pizza Hut and is to be awarded to a well-rounded, active student. Student must have a cummulative GPA of 3.2 or higher to apply. Work ethic is a consideration in the selection of the award recipient. An application is required.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is funded by the Osawatomie Presbyterian Church to assist a graduating senior with their educational expenses next year. Priority is given to a student that is a member of the Presbyterian Church, but students active in other churches are seriously considered. You must have good attendance and provide two letters of reference. An application is required. See Mrs. Stout-Rhine for a paper copy application. 
REFEREES’ GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is funded by referees to recognize high school athletes that have demonstrated good sportsmanship throughout their high school athletic participation. No application is required.
BILL REINECKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship was established by the family of the late Bill Reinecker to honor his memory by assisting an Osawatomie graduate that plans to further their education. Mr. Reinecker was a 1962 graduate of OHS. He was a member of several Trojan teams, including basketball, football, for which he was a punter, and the track team, holding the state pole vault record for 2 years. This scholarship is available to any student attending a 2 or 4 year college or university or vocational program in the fall immediately following graduation. No application is required.
ADA REMINGTON SCHOLARSHIP---The Ada Remington Scholarship was established through a gift to the United Methodist Church by her estate. It provides a scholarship for two or more students that attend the Methodist Church. The awards are granted on the basis of participation in church, Sunday School, and M.Y.F. activities. An application is required.
ROOTS FESTIVAL BLUE MOON SCHOLARSHIP---This award will go to a student with a background in the area of fine arts. Students going into music and other areas of fine arts are eligible to apply. Good academic potential is also a plus for this scholarship. An application is required.
ADA SAUNDERS SCHOLARSHIP---These are very generous endowed scholarships set up by Miss Ada Saunders. Miss Saunders was a long-time Osawatomie elementary school teacher. It is administered through funds she left to the Osawatomie United Methodist Church. Criteria include: being a person of good moral character, scholarship, industry, need, Christian tendencies, and good American principles. The committee is to consider a person related to the United Methodist Church, “but the award is not limited to this”. An application is required.
NADINE WEBER SCHWARTZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This substantial scholarship has been established by Mr. L. M. (Mike) Schwartz as a memorial to his late wife, Nadine, who was a 1930 graduate of Osawatomie High School. It is to go to an OHS senior that plans to attend a two or four year college full time next year. The criteria include: a “demonstrated academic potential for completing a post-secondary program”; and “be of good moral character and have demonstrated positive attributes”. An application is required.
CINDY SCHWARZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is given to honor Ms. Cynthia "Cindy" Schwarz. Cindy taught the gifted students of USD #367 from August 1992 until her passing in January 2011. She was passionate about her job and the children she served. The Cindy Schwarz Memorial Scholarship was provided by her family and many friends. The scholarship is intended for a gifted student or a student planning to pursue an education degree. Other students may be considered. An application is required.
JOHN AND ARLENE SHAW FAMILY SCHOLARSHIPS---These generous scholarships have been established through a very substantial donation provided by John and Arlene Shaw, Pittsburg, Kansas. Mr. Shaw was the Osawatomie High School principal from 1954 through 1974. Criteria include: full-time attendance the next fall at an accredited two or four year college/university or vocational/technical school, a helpful and positive attitude, good academic potential and good attendance. An application is required.
SIMPLE SIMONS PIZZA SCHOLARSHIP---Mr. Rory McConnell of Simple Simons Pizza in Paola sponsors a scholarship each year for a graduating Osawatomie High School senior that will be furthering their education after high school. The recipient is to be a good student with potential. Selection is made by a committee. No application is required.

PRISCILLA SLAWSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is provided by the family and friends of Priscilla Slawson. Mrs. Slawson taught business for 27 years at OHS. More importantly, she taught her students about self-esteem, self-confidence, and a positive self-image. She taught these lessons by example and through high expectations, humor, and concern. The scholarship is intended to honor her memory and assist a student planning to attend a vocational/technical program, two or four year college or university in the fall immediately following their graduation. The selection will be based on several factors including how a student has progressed from their freshmen year of high school to their senior year. The selection committee will be looking for improvement throughout an applicant’s high school years and indications of maturity and compassion shown to others. An application is required.   

JOHN T. SLAYMAN ELKS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is provided by the family and friends of John T. Slayman. The scholarship is intended to assist a self-motivated, hard-working student planning to attend a two or four year college or vocational/technical school in the fall immediately following their graduation. The students awarded shall have been involved in community and school activities. An application is required.
MONICA SNYDER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---The Monica Snyder Memorial Scholarship was established to honor the memory of Monica Snyder. She would have been a 2003 graduate of Osawatomie High. The award is provided by her family and many friends. Criteria includes: plans to pursue a degree in education, participation in the OHS band or color guard and sports, a 2.0 or higher GPA, involved in activities, and plans to attend a two or four year college. An application is required.
S. M. “MAC” STEELE SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship was established to honor Mr. S.M. “Mac” Steele, a long time teacher, coach, and athletic director at Osawatomie High. The award was established by his family and receives additional support from his son. Its goal is to assist a graduating senior of OHS that plans to attend college the next fall. It is to go to an outstanding scholar/athlete. Selection is made by a committee. No application is required.
MIKE AND RICK STEPHENS OUTSTANDING ATHLETE AND MUSICIAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS---The Mike and Rick Stephens Scholarships are substantial endowed awards given to selected seniors, by the Stephens Family. They are in memory of Clifford and Norma Stephens’ sons: Mike, a 1967 graduate of OHS, and Rick, a 1973 graduate of OHS. One scholarship will go to an outstanding music student, the other to an outstanding athlete. Selection is made by a committee. An application is required.
MELVIN STOCKWELL SCHOLARSHIP---This substantial award was established from the estate of Mr. Melvin Stockwell, a long-time area businessman. It is to go to a student that ranks more toward the average of college bound students, and one who plans to attend a two or four college full-time next year. An application is required.
SUB DEBS SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is given by the Sub Debs organization to a graduating female senior that has been an active member of the organization and is planning to further their education. An application is required.
SWENSON FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP---The scholarship is given by Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Swenson and their children. Mr. Swenson served the Osawatomie schools as a teacher, coach, and for twenty years, the superintendent of Unified School District 367. It is given to a senior who plans to attend a two or four-year college, has been involved in school activities, and has attended OHS at least two years. An application is required.

JULIE WALLACE TAYLOR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This scholarship is provided by the family and in memory of Julie Wallace Taylor. The scholarship is intended to assist a student planning to attend a vocational/technical program in the fall immediately following their graduation. The recipient shall have a cumulative high school GPA of 2.5. A student planning to pursue a cosmetology or heavy equipment course of study is preferred. Others may be considered at the discretion of the committee. An application is required.     

NADA THODEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---The Miami County Quilters Guild will award this scholarship annually to a Miami County resident pursuing a Family & Consumer Science related major and career. Eligibility requirements include plans to attend an accredited university, college or community college in Kansas during the upcoming school year, majoring in a Family & Consumer Science field, resident of Miami County or a graduate of a Miami County school district, an interest in sewing and/or fiber arts as shown by college plans, high school coursework, and other activities, scholastic achievement as shown by GPA and course rigor, community involvement and 2 letters of reference (at least one from school personnel). An application is required. 
PAUL AND IDA TRUMP SCHOLARSHIPS---The Paul and Ida Trump Scholarships are very generous awards they endowed with their estate. Selection criteria include: overall character, academic potential, scholastic record, and for one-half of the awards, financial need is to be considered. To be eligible to apply you must have attended Osawatomie High School all of their junior and senior years, have a 2.0 or higher overall GPA and plan to attend a 2 or 4 year college or university. There is a large diverse community group that serves as the scholarship committee. You must have two reference letters sent to Mrs. Stout-Rhine. An application is required.  
TWIN RIVERS JAZZ BAND SCHOLARSHIP---This is an endowed scholarship fund set up by the Twin Rivers Jazz Band. The recipient must be an instrumental musician that will be attending college, and one who and plans to participate in music in some way in college. An application is required.
JOHN VASQUEZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---The John Vasquez Memorial Scholarship is an endowed scholarship given in memory of Mr. John Vasquez, a 1986 graduate of Osawatomie High, by his parents. It is to go to a student that will be attending college full time and majoring in a medical field. An application is required.
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS LADIES AUXILIARY OSAWATOMIE HIGH SCHOLARSHIP(OSAWATOMIE VFW AUXILIARY)---The local VFW Auxiliary 2258 has endowed a scholarship for a student of OHS that plans to go on to college or a technical school. Everyone is eligible and there are no membership restrictions. An application is required.
ROY AND TERESA VOSSLER SCHOLARSHIP---An endowed scholarship is given to a graduating senior each year by Mrs. Teresa Vossler. Both she, and her husband, served as Osawatomie School Board Members. This scholarship is intended for a graduating senior that plans to become a teacher. An application is required.
ROBERT J. WAGERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP(S)---A very generous scholarship has been endowed to honor the memory of Mr. Robert J. Wagers, by his son-in-law and daughter, Harry and Mary Lou Cavinee. The scholarship goes to senior student planning to major in nursing. The selection process also considers the student’s academic potential. An application is required.
BRUCE WAGGONER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---The Bruce Waggoner Memorial Scholarship is an endowed award provided by donations from his family and friends. Mr. Waggoner was a local businessman and a 1971 graduate of Osawatomie High School. Criteria includes: being in the top one-half of the graduating class and planned full-time attendance at a two or four year college next year. The scholarship may be renewed if specific criteria are met while attending college. An application is required.

WAL-MART ASSOCIATE / DEPENDENT SCHOLARSHIPS---The Walmart Foundation offers several scholarships based on various sets of eligibility criteria. Please go the the above link (www.walmartfoundation.org) and click scholarship programs to examine criteria. Applications are required and may be downloaded from this site.    
IRVIN & BERTHA WALTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This is an endowed scholarship that was established as a memorial to Mrs. Bertha Walter, by her husband Irving. It goes to an OHS senior girl who will be attending a college or vocational/technical school full-time next year. The primary criteria you must meet for this award is high moral character (non-smoker drug free, etc.). Academic ability and need are also considered. An application is required.

WHITAKER BROTHERS OF BEAGLE SCHOLARSHIPS---Miss Hazel Whitaker established these awards at the University of Kansas in memory of her brothers. They are very large awards and are for Osawatomie High students who will be (or are currently) attending K.U. and are majoring in a selected area, preferably a medical field. The total amount awarded each year varies from three to six thousand dollars, and is renewable if specific criteria are met. See Mrs. Stout-Rhine to see if one is available this year.

JOSEPH S. AND DOROTHY WHITEFORD EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS---These very substantial scholarships were setup through the estate of Joseph and Dorothy Whiteford to assist Osawatomie High School graduating seniors with educational costs. The student must be attending a two or four-year college/university or a vocation or technical program on a full-time basis. They must have an ACT of at least 22, a minimum GPA of 3.0, and rank in the top 50% of his/her graduating class. They must be a student of “good habits”, have attended Osawatomie high their last two years or more, and be an active participant in school activities. An application is required.
SILAS AND HATTIE WHITEFORD SCHOLARSHIPS--- Mrs. Hattie Whiteford and Thelma Whiteford established this very large endowed scholarship fund to serve graduating seniors of Osawatomie High. The Whiteford family had a long association with the First Option Bank of Osawatomie. Criteria include: very high academic ability, planned attendance at a two or four-year college, and a person of “good habits”. Two to four substantial amounts are awarded each year. An application is required.
MARILYN WINEGAR SCHOLARSHIP---Mrs. Winegar was a 1969 graduate of Osawatomie High School and taught elementary school for many years in Osawatomie. Her family and friends have established this scholarship in her memory to assist a deserving student planning to attend a 2 or 4-year college in the fall after graduation. Other criteria include: plans to pursue an education degree, a minimum high school GPA of 3.0, and be ranked in the top fifty percent of the class. The student must have a ninety percent or better attendance record and shall have attended Osawatomie High both their junior and senior years. An application is required.
ANDREW WORKMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP---This endowed award is given in memory of Andrew Workman by his parents. Andrew was a 1990 Osawatomie High graduate of Osawatomie High School and very outstanding performer in theater productions. This scholarship is for a student going to any college or vocational program. The student must also have been involved in drama/school plays (on stage or behind the scenes) while in high school. An application is required.
BESSIE AND FRED ZAKOURA SCHOLARSHIP---Mr. Mike Zakoura established this generous scholarship to honor his parents, Bessie and Fred Zakoura. They operated a community grocery store for many years, and Mrs. Zakoura worked in food service at the Osawatomie Middle School for 25 years. This award goes to a deserving student. The recipient is chosen by a committee. Economic need may be considered. No application required. 
 
Please be aware that changes to this list may occur. Scholarships may be added, criteria and application process may be changed, and some scholarships listed may not be awarded for various reasons. Changes will be announced if they do in fact occur.
Please carefully check your senior calendars for application deadlines.
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