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This scholarship has been established to honor the memory of former Evergreen resident Grace Kirschner.
Evergreen School District #50 is committed to serving the Evergreen area, supporting education for all students, and respectfully memorializing outstanding Evergreen citizens, such as Mrs.Grace Kirschner.
The scholarship amount is for $1,000, to be given to one Flathead High School and one Glacier High School graduating senior. This scholarship is a one-time non-renewable award.
All candidates for this scholarship must:
This scholarship will be awarded based on the scholastic background and ability to do post-secondary work, the need for financial support, and the amount of assistance a student is presently receiving toward college.
Scholarship will be made payable to the institution in the student’s name and can only be used for a student’s college/university fees, books, tuition, and/or room and board.
Presentation of award will be made at Flathead and Glacier Scholarship Nights. Each scholarship will be awarded without regard to race, gender, creed, religion, age, national origin, or disability.
Date of Birth:________________________________________________________________
Phone number: ______________________________________________________________
Father’s name: ___________________________________ Occupation: ____________________________________
Mother’s name: __________________________________ Occupation: _____________________________________
During what grades did you attend at Evergreen Junior High School?
_____ 5th ____ 6th ____ 7th _____ 8th (Check all that apply)
How long have you been a resident of Flathead County? ______________________________
Where do you plan to attend college? __________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Have you already been accepted to a college or university? Circle: Yes No
What field of study do you plan on pursuing in college? _____________________________________________
(Example: Business, Education, Art, Music, etc.).
What career(s) do you plan on pursuing after college?
a. _____________________________________________ b. _______________________________________
List any honors or distinctions you have been awarded as a student. (Please attach an additional page if applicable)
Describe the civic and/or extracurricular activities in which you have been involved. (Please attach an additional page if applicable)
List any offices you held during high school.
Do you have any work experience? Circle one: Yes No
If yes, please describe your work experience below.
Are you presently or will you be the beneficiary of any other scholarship or grant?
Circle one: Yes No
If yes, please list the scholarship(s) or grant(s) below:________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Please state any other factors that you feel are important for the committee to know when making a decision in the awarding of this scholarship._________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
This application must be accompanied by an official school transcript, two letters of recommendation, and a one-page essay indicating your current and future plans, career goals, and participation in civic activities.
Applicant’s signature: ___________________________________ Date: _____________________
Parent’s signature: _____________________________________ Date: ______________________
Application must be post marked by February 28.