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2011-2012

 

May 17, 2012

 

Cowley College awards scholarships to students from 30 schools

 

Cowley College has awarded scholarships to the following students.

From Arkansas City High School:

  • Holli Rowe, daughter of Randy and Cindi Rowe, is the recipient of a Spirit Squad Scholarship. At ACHS, she participated in cheerleading, danceline, School Counts, choir, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, and track. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in pre-physical therapy.
  • Alec Trent, son of Randy and Marsha Larimore, is the recipient of an ACT Scholarship. He plans to major in computer science.
  • Tania Garcia, daughter of Antonio and Martha Garcia, is the recipient of an Admissions Mentor Scholarship. At ACHS, she was involved in KAY Club, Multicultural Club, Work Ethics program, National Honor Society, and was the soccer team manager. She was crowned prom queen and was named to the Honor Roll. She plans to major in accounting or business.
  • Lena Pinkston, daughter of Chris Pinkston, is the recipient of a Spirit Squad Scholarship. At ACHS, she was involved in KAYS, SADD, and the Work Ethics program. She plans to major in pre-nursing.
  • Christopher McGlasson, son of Kim McGlasson, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At ACHS, he participated in track and soccer. He was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in engineering.
  • Rakeyah Taylor, daughter of Stacey Taylor, is the recipient of a Work Ethic Scholarship. At ACHS, she participated in Student Council, Impact Cowley County, Multicultural Club, basketball, track and field, and the National Honor Society. She plans to major in business management.
  • Karly Marshall, daughter of Darrell and Kathy Marshall, is the recipient of a School Counts Scholarship. At ACHS, she participated in FFA, band and School Counts. She received FFA Awards while at ACHS and plans to major in pre-veterinary medicine.
  • Paige Traffas, daughter of Richard and Alice Traffas, is the recipient of a CAAT Scholarship. At ACHS, she was involved in band, debate, forensics, danceline, Future Business Leaders of America, and the National Honor Society. She plans to major in pre-medicine.
  • Summer Gleason, daughter of Tina and Fred Gleason, is the recipient of a Creative Writing Scholarship. At ACHS, she participated in choir and was named a Student of the Week. She plans to major in English/Education.
  • Nathaniel Metzinger, son of Billy and Crystal Metzinger, is the recipient of a Instrumental Music Scholarship. At ACHS, he participated in football, band, School Counts, and Kids Impact Cowley County. He won the Hardhat award as the hardest working player on the football team. He plans to major in math education.

From Winfield High School:

  • Haley Golightley, daughter of Larry and Tambra Golightley, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At WHS, she was involved in the Stop Violence program and helped with many community service and school related events. She finished in the top-20 percent of her graduating class and plans to major in social work.
  • Allison Bethurem, daughter of Eric Bethurem and Gina Haas, is the recipient of a Social Science Department Scholarship. At WHS, she was a member of the Willard Cutting Edge Marching Band, Winfield FFA, and the Southwestern College Youth Symphony. She received several FFA awards and also received an Outstanding Academic Achievement award. She plans to major in education.
  • Candace Hull, daughter of Teresa Hull, is the recipient of a Work Ethic Scholarship. At WHS, she was involved in SADD, FCA, FCCLA, and soccer. She was a member of the Scholastic Honor Roll, was a Social Science Super Star, and received a Viking Work Ethic program certificate. She plans to major in criminal justice.
  • Seth Herrington, son of Chris and Kim Herrington, is the recipient of an Art Scholarship. He is undecided on a major.

From Wellington High School:

  • Cody Reichenberger, son of Duane and Heidi Reichenberger, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Wellington, he participated in football, FFA and the Catholic Youth Organization. He received a Junior Lions Club Award and Student of the Month recognition. He is undecided on a major.

From Oxford High School:

  • Amber Watson, daughter of Greg and Tracy Clements, is the recipient of a Business/Computers and Information Technology Scholarship. At Oxford, she was a member of the choir and the Principal’s Honor Roll. She plans to major in cosmetology.

From Dexter High School:

  • McKinley Feaster, son of Greg and Audrey Feaster, is the recipient of a Departmental Scholarship. At Dexter, he participated in baseball, soccer, choir, basketball, FCA, Student Council, and FFA. He received a Greenhand Award through FFA and was named to the Principal’s and Scholastic Honor Rolls. He plans to major in agri-business.
  • Christian Vaden, son of Connie Vaden is the recipient of a Natural Science Department Scholarship. At Dexter, he was involved in track, football, band, FCCLA, Upward Bound, Jazz Band, and baseball. He plans to major in pre-medicine.

From Belle Plaine High School:

  • Karah Conrardy, daughter of Austin and Tina Lawless, is the recipient of a Kansas All-Star Scholars Fund Scholarship. At Belle Plaine, she participated in dance, softball, band, SADD, FCCLA, and Student Council. She plans to major in nursing. 
  • James League, son of Brian and Amanda League, is the recipient of a Trustee Scholarship. At Belle Plaine, he was involved in FCA, football, cross country and track. He plans to major in anthropology.
  • Ronald Clark, son of Bob and Tiffany Clark, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Belle Plaine he was a member of the Honor Roll. He plans to major in business.
  • Ashley Flaming, daughter of Randy and Teresa Flaming, is the recipient of a CAAT Scholarship. At Belle Plaine, she was involved in Student Council, FCCLA, Letterman’s Club, track, cross country, dance and the National Honor Society. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in education.
  • Ravyn Pickens, daughter of Mike Pickens and Michele Myers, is the recipient of a Journalism Scholarship. At Belle Plaine, she participated in FBLA, Technology Students of America, and was the editor of the yearbook. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in journalism.

From Mulvane High School:

  • Brittany Thiesing, daughter of David and Esther Thiesing, is the recipient of a Kirke Dale Trust Scholarship. At Mulvane, she participated in yearbook and was a member of the Honor Roll. She plans to major in mass communications.

From Derby High School:

  • Seth Roeder, son of Richard and Dena Roeder, is the recipient of a Art Scholarship. At Derby, he was involved in ROTC and art competitions. He received an honorable mention award for the pottery he displayed at Cowley College’s Fine Arts Day and plans to major in art.

From Bishop Carroll High School:

  • Courtnie Barr, daughter of Dennis and Fonda Barr, is the recipient of a Spirit Squad Scholarship. At Bishop Carroll, she participated in cheerleading, God Squad and the Tom Seiler Teaching Academy. She plans to major in pre-veterinary medicine.

From Wichita Northwest High School:

  • Justice King, son of George King, is the recipient of a CAAT Scholarship. At Northwest, he participated in bowling and student senate. He was a member of the Honor Roll and National Honor Society, and plans to major in pre-veterinary medicine.
  • Tianna Francis, daughter of Bobby and Karen Wiley, is the recipient of a Multicultural Scholars Program Scholarship. At Northwest, she was a member of the Honor Roll. She plans to major in dental hygiene.
  • Amanda Fiedler, daughter of Brian and Julie Fiedler, is the recipient of an Instrumental Music Scholarship. At Northwest, she was involved in marching and concert band. She plans to major in pre-pharmacy.

From Wichita South High School:

  • Kassandra Enriquez, daughter of Gabriel Enriquez and Araceli Amador, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At South, she was involved in swimming, volleyball, youth court, and the Thespian Society. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in accounting.

From Wichita Southeast High School:

  • Jana Hughes, daughter of Demeatrice Sykes, is the recipient of a Natural Science Department Scholarship. At Southeast, she was involved in volleyball, bowling, Business Professionals of America, and the Africa America Culture Club. She received a Good Apple award through BPA and was named a Student of the Month. She plans to major in nursing.

From Wichita East High School:

  • Desiree Bland, daughter of Tiffini McPherson, is the recipient of a CAAT Scholarship. At East, she was involved in Sisterhood of Queens. She plans to major in pre-nursing.

From Campus High School:

  • Kelsea Collins, daughter of Michael and Frankie Lyden, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Campus, she was involved in band and sports. She plans to major in forensic science.

From Rose Hill High School:

  • Morgan Sliger, daughter of Billy and Teresa Sliger, is the recipient of a Spirit Squad Scholarship. At Rose Hill, she participated in Student Council, KAY, and was a track team manager. She received a cheer and chant award and plans to major in elementary education.
  • Marina Ren, daughter of Tommy Ren and Patricia Lutgen, is the recipient of an Art Scholarship. She plans to major in art.

From Maize High School:

  • Chase Cook, son of Duane Cook, is the recipient of a Robert Brown Memorial Scholarship. At Maize, he participated in Boy Scouts of America and the swim team. He plans to major in automotive repair.
  • Katheryn Bodley, daughter of Larry and Traci Bodley, is the recipient of an ACT Scholarship. She is undecided on a major.

From Augusta High School:

  • Marissa Spainhower, daughter of Michele Spainhower, is the recipient of a Vocal Music Scholarship. At Augusta, she participated in Drama, Forensics, Concert Choir, Show Choir, Community Theatre, and volunteered for the Augusta Arts council and Augusta Historic Theatre. She plans to major in music.

From Valley Center High School:

  • Ashley Fitzpatrick, daughter of John and Tempe Fitzpatrick, is the recipient of a Spirit Squad Scholarship. At Valley Center, she participated in SADD, Spanish Club, Pep Club, cheerleading, choir, and DECA. She received awards in cheerleading and plans to major in pre-medicine.

From Horton High School:

  • Emilee Hoobler, daughter of Shane and Donette Hoobler, is the recipient of a Danceline Scholarship. At Horton, she was involved in cheerleading, dance, FFA, FCA, Drama Club, choir, Spanish Club, volleyball, National Honor Society, and was the Student Council president. She received several awards through FFA and plans to major in science/pre-nursing.

From Peabody-Burns High School:

  • Abigail VanZandt, daughter of David and Cathy Gilley, is the recipient of a Journalism Scholarship. At Peabody-Burns, she was involved in cheerleading, bowling, drama, and the Adventure Club. She was a member of the Honor Roll and is undecided on a major.

From IQ Academy:

  • Kara Beck, daughter of David and Laura Beck, is the recipient of a Social Science Department Scholarship. At IQ Academy, she participated in soccer, cross country, band, pep band, and National Honor Society. She was a Kansas Honor Scholar and plans to major in social work.

From Frederic Remington High School:

  • Emily Berger, daughter of Tim and Kris Berger, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At Frederic Remington, she was involved in chererleading, choir, and FCCLA. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in nursing.

From Conway Springs High School:

  • Amanda Pauly, daughter of Tim and Gay Pauly, is the recipient of a Business/Computer and Information Technology Department. At Conway Springs, she was involved in yearbook, volleyball and was the class treasurer. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in accounting.
  • Tracy Stuhlsatz, daughter of Dan and Lila Stuhlsatz, is the recipient of an ACT Scholarship. At Conway Springs, she participated in FCCLA, Student Council, Steering Committee, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, CYO, National Honor Society and was class vice president. She plans to major in biology.

From Ulysses High School:

  • Trenton Biddle, son of James and Julie Biddle, is the recipient of a Concert Choir Scholarship. At Ulysses, he participated in concert choir, basketball, tennis, and state choir. He received medals in tennis and received a 2 rating at state choir. He plans to major in criminal justice.
  • Jaime Anguiano, son of Rafeal and Rosalinda Anguiano, is the recipient of a Vocal Music Scholarship. At Ulysses, he was involved in tennis and powerlifting. He plans to major in Computer Animation.

From McPherson High School:

  • Mariah Regier, daughter of Bart and Laura Regier, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At McPherson, she participated in swimming, cheerleading, KAYS, National Honor Society and was the wrestling team manager. She plans to major in Business Administration.

From Grace Christian High School:

  • Will Weeks, son of Terry and Sherrill Weeks, is the recipient of an ACES Scholarship. He plans to major in graphic design.

From Clearwater High School:

  • Shannan Robertson, daughter of Ron and Wanda Robertson, is the recipient of a Social Science Department Scholarship. At Clearwater, she was involved in forensics and was a member of the Honor Roll. She plans to major in elementary education.

From Cheney High School:

  • Trea House, daughter of Troy and Brenda House, is the recipient of a CAAT Scholarship. At Cheney, she was involved in choir, Girls Glee, Green Team, Friends of Rachel, and Big Brothers and Big Sisters. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in business/nursing.

From Elk Valley High School:

  • Heather Shipley, daughter of Scott and Tina Blackburn, is the recipient of a CAAT Scholarship. At Elk Valley, she was involved in cheerleading, dance, theatre, softball, volleyball, band, FCCLA, SADD, FBLA, basketball, and was a homecoming queen candidate. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in forensic science.

From Lincoln High School:

  • Michelle Andersen, daughter of Trent and Mary Andersen, is the recipient of a ACES Scholarship. At Lincoln, she was involved in KAYS, yearbook, Student Council, National Honor Society, Lincoln County Leadership Class, and St. John’s Youth Group. She plans to major in elementary education.