DUE EVERY APRIL 1
Prairie View Educational Foundation High School Citizenship Award (Two $200 Scholarships)
Two $200 scholarships will be awarded to the recipients of the Prairie View High School Citizenship Award. One graduating male and one graduating female will be selected by Prairie View High School staff to receive this award based on their all around display of citizenship at Prairie View. Recipients of this award have indicated that they plan to attend part time or full time college or a trade school. (This scholarship is funded by the Prairie View Alumni Association.)
Prairie View Educational Foundation Scholarship (Eight $250 Scholarships)
At least four $250 scholarships will be awarded to a Prairie View High School Graduate with a 2.0 GPA or higher planning to attend a part-time or full-time college / trade school. Decisions will be based upon character, financial need, school, church and community involvement. Students will indicate the type of education they intend to pursue and their commitment to furthering their education. A letter of recommendation and high school transcripts are also required. (Two of these scholarships are funded by the Prairie View Alumni Association, four are funded by the Liberty Township and two are funded by the Prairie View Educational Foundation)
Krista Mahon Memorial Scholarship (Two $250 Scholarships)
Two scholarships will go to individuals who are involved in the community and have a vision for their future.
Truly Insurance Scholarship (Two $500 Scholarships)
Truly Insurance will provide a $500 scholarship to one male and one female who has been a community leader and has a plan for their future.
Prairie View Board of Directors Scholarship in Honor of Bonnie Hobson & Chuck Dunlop ($500 Scholarship)
In appreciation of their years of service to the Prairie View Board of Directors, the school district is offering a $500 scholarship to a graduating senior from Prairie View who is a great representative of our community.
La Cygne Chamber of Commerce Scholarship ($500 Scholarship)
The award shall go to a young man or woman who has attended Prairie View High School a minimum of two years and will graduate from PVHS, and shall be used for the purpose of attending a trade school, or completing a college education. Selection shall be based on: a strong work ethic, an entrepreneurial mindset, a strong commitment to our community, desire to attend a trade school, selecting a business related major; financial need can be considered although it should not be the primary consideration.
Scholarships are paid to recipients only after they have provided proof of enrollment in a college or trade school. Applications and Proof of enrollment can be taken to the Central Office and labeled Prairie View Educational Foundation or mailed to: Prairie View Educational Foundation; 13799 KS Hwy; La Cygne, KS 66040.