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2009-2010

 

August 19, 2009


Cowley awards scholarships to students from 23 different schools

 

The Student Services Department at Cowley College has awarded scholarships to the following students for the 2009-10 academic year.

  • From Arkansas City High School: Joseph Schwartz, son of Larry and Lori Schwartz, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At ACHS, he was involved in soccer, FCA, Debate, AC Players, baseball, and orchestra. He is undecided on a major.
    Daniel Byers, son of Todd and Connie Byers, is the recipient of a Patterson Scholarship. At ACHS, he was involved in tennis, band, jazz band, FFA, and FCA. He plans to major in music.
    Jeremiah Bierle, son of James and JoAnn Bierle, is the recipient of a Gordon-Piatt Scholarship. At ACHS, he was a member of the yearbook staff, was a scorekeeper at sporting events, and took part in various volunteer activities. He plans to major in religion.
    Lucas Finley, son of Greg Finley and Elaine Helphingstine, is the recipient of a Work Ethic Scholarship. At ACHS, he participated in baseball. He is undecided on a major.
  • Home School: Kaleigh Richardson, daughter of Scott and Shelly Richardson, is the recipient of a Robert Brown Memorial Scholarship. In high school, she was involved in basketball, yearbook, puppet ministry, the Northside Baptist youth Group, and Piano Duet Festival. She plans to major in journalism.
  • From Winfield High School: Britney Webb, daughter of Dennis Navin and Tammie Browning, is the recipient of a Single Parent and Endowment Association Scholarship. At WHS, she participated in volleyball and FCCLA. She plans to major in health and physical education.
    Aaron Palsmeier, son of Richard and Connie Palsmeier, is the recipient of a George Sybrant and Sid Regnier Scholarship. At WHS, he was a member of the Art Club. He served as co-president of the Art Club in 2008-09. He plans to major in art.
    Jennifer Conner, daughter of Ricky Conner, is the recipient of a Athletic Ambassador Scholarship. She plans to major in mechatronics.
    Kayleen Robbins is the recipient of a Robert Brown Memorial Scholarship. At WHS, she was involved in choir and debate. She plans to major in psychology.
  • From Ponca City High School: Jared Hall, son of Dale and Stacy Hall, is the recipient of an Endowment Scholarship. At Ponca City, he was involved in wrestling, DECA and volunteer activities. He plans to major in pre-medicine.
    Cameron Irons, son of Brad and Marla Irons, is the recipient of a Athletic Ambassador Scholarship. At Ponca City, he was freshman class president, and was involved in FFA and the high school rodeo team. He plans to major in pre-dentistry.
    Edward Mora, son of Jose and Maria Mora, is the recipient of a Robert Brown Memorial Scholarship. At Ponca City, he was involved in soccer and cross country. He plans to major in pre-medicine.
  • From Newkirk High School: Leah Peters, daughter of Kurte and Brenda Peters, is the recipient of a Athletic Ambassador Scholarship. At Newkirk, she was involved in FFA, Student Council, basketball, softball, track, FCA, Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute, and the Bleacher Creatures. She plans to major in art.
    Katelyn Peters, daughter of Kurte and Brenda Peters, is the recipient of a Athletic Ambassador Scholarship. At Newkirk, she participated in FCA, Student Council, Bleacher Creatures, FFA, softball, track, basketball, National Art Honor Society, and the National Honor Society. She plans to major in art.
  • From Cedar Vale High School: Travis Jarboe, son of Heath and Josie Jarboe, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At Cedar Vale, he participated in baseball, football, basketball, and Student Council. He was a Kansas Scholar and Salutatorian. He plans to major in non-destructive testing.
    Josh Stone, son of Dale and Sherry Stone, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At Cedar Vale, he participated in football, baseball, and Student Council. He plans to major in welding technology.
    Colton White, son of Ray and Kay White, is the recipient of a Robert Brown Memorial Scholarship. He plans to major in welding technology.
  • From South Haven High School: Zane May, son of Debbie May, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Scholarship. At South Haven, he was involved in FFA, yearbook, and Spanish Club. He plans to major in graphic art.
    Jordan Creed, son of Mark and Coryl Creed, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Scholarship. At South Haven, he participated in football, basketball, JETS, Student Council, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, National Honor Society, and was class president. He plans to major in electrical engineering.
  • From Caldwell High School: Amelia Ramsey, daughter of John and Teala Ramsey, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Scholarship. At Caldwell, she was involved in volleyball, Forensics, Pep Club, band, pep band, Kayettes, all-school play, track, and basketball. She plans to major in nursing.
    Renee’ Allen, daughter of Jerry and Terri Allen, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Scholarship. At Caldwell, she participated in cheerleading, Scholars Bowl, Math Relays, yearbook, web design, National Honor Society, Technology Student Association, and vocal. She plans to major in journalism.
  • From Udall High School: Whitney Shelton, daughter of Rodney and Barri Mann, is the recipient of a Pageant Scholarship. At Udall, she was involved in softball, dance, cheerleading, volleyball, choir, band, drama, Forensics, National Honor Society, FCCLA, FFA, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, FCA, and Youth Leadership. She was named Miss Udall and Prom Queen. She plans to major in cosmetology.
    Chassey Hann, daughter of Melody Klingenberg, is the recipient of a Sid Regnier Scholarship. At Udall, she was involved in FCCLA, FBLA, SADD, volleyball, track, band, color guard, cheerleading, National Honors Society, and Student Council. She plans to major in science.
  • From Sedan High School: Martha Stettler, daughter of Charley and Kathryn Stettler, is the recipient of a John and Olive Kappler Scholarship. At Sedan, she was involved in Student Council, National Honor Society, FCA, FCCLA, Peer Tutoring, Letterman’s Club, and was the basketball teams’ statistician. She plans to major in psychology.
  • From Argonia High School: Joshua Crenshaw, son of Mike and Robin Crenshaw, is the recipient of a Spirit Squad Scholarship. At Argonia, he participated in basketball, choir, Upward Bound, and was the football team manager. He plans to major in criminal justice.
  • From Oxford High School: Baye Burkes, son of Shawn and Dawn Burkes, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Scholarship. At Oxford, he participated in football, basketball, track, and the National Honor Society. He plans to major in pre-pharmacy.
    Zach Johnson, son of Gary and Susan Johnson, is the recipient of a ACES Scholarship. At Oxford, he was involved in football, baseball, band, and Student Council. He plans to major in music.
  • From Wellington High School: Christopher Bales, son of John and Neta Bales, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Scholarship. At Wellington, he was involved in Forensics, Business Professionals of America, Madrigals, Debate, Chamber Chorale, Theatre, Crusaders of the Stage, and Scholars Bowl. He plans to major in web design/computer forensics/graphic design.
    Jesse Shore, son of Paul and Brenda Shore, is the recipient of a Band Scholarship. At Wellington, he participated in band, welding, and FFA. He plans to major in welding technology.
    Kaitlyn Taylor, daughter of Marty and Kim Whitson, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Scholarship. At Wellington, she was involved in dance. She plans to major in psychology.
    Alison Jamerson, daughter of Travis and Shannon Jamerson, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Scholarship. At Wellington, she was involved in the Literary Club, marching band, and AP English. She plans to major in nursing.
  • From Belle Plaine High School: Judy Marks, daughter of Wesley and Patricia Marks, is the recipient of a Endowment Scholarship. At Belle Plaine, she was a member of the dance team and National Honor Society. She was also the class valedictorian and a Kansas Honors Scholar. She plans to major in nursing.
  • From Wichita Southeast: Shenqual Latney, daughter of Dwayne and Julie Latney, is the recipient of a Theatre Scholarship. At Southeast, she was involved in softball, Drama Club, and was president of the Circle of Friends Club. She plans to major in pre-dentistry.
  • From Campus High School: Haylie Fox, daughter of Jodi Fox, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Campus, she was involved in choir and Student Council. She is undecided on a major.
  • From Bishop Carroll: Zachary Reynolds, son of Duane and Michele Reynolds, is the recipient of a Tiger Academic Scholarship. At Bishop Carroll, he was involved in cross country, track and theatre. He plans to major in sociology.
  • From Derby High School: Justin Balmer, son of John and Julie Balmer, is the recipient of a ACT Scholarship. At Derby, he helped with the Salvation Army and went on mission trips. He was also involved with youth group ministry. He plans to major in graphics technology.
    Sung Chan Walker, son of Clint Walker, is the recipient of a Theatre Scholarship. At Derby, he was involved in the Drama Club. He plans to major in theatre.
  • From Bellevue East High School: Saundra Highsmith, daughter of Charles and Cindy McMann, is the recipient of a Jack Selan and Jerre Gottlob Scholarship/Social Science Scholarship. At Bellevue East, she was a member of the track and field and swim teams. She was also involved in Student Council. She plans to major in elementary education.
  • From Shiloh Christian Academy: Rachel Maxton, daughter of James and Karen Maxton, is the recipient of a ACT Scholarship. At Shiloh Christian Academy, she was involved in tutoring and community service projects. She plans to major in pre-engineering.
  • From Oklahoma Bible Academy: Blaire Stevison, daughter of Harold and Judy Stevison, is the recipient of a Endowment Scholarship. At OBA, she was president of Skills USA, and was a member of the basketball and golf teams. She was also a member of the yearbook staff and was president of the welding class. She received several awards through Skills USA and welding classes. She plans to major in welding technology.
  • From Catoosa (OK) High School: Jamison Lorg, son of Larry and Tisha Erwin, is the recipient of a McCorgary Scholarship. At Catoosa, he was involved in soccer, basketball, tutoring, and community service projects. He plans to major in engineering.
  • From King’s Academy: Jacquelyn Davis, daughter of David and Staci Davis, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. She plans to major in journalism.