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2012-2013

 

August 14, 2012


Cowley College awards scholarships to students from 29 schools

 

The Student Services Department at Cowley College has awarded scholarships to the following students.

  • From Arkansas City High School: Jennifer Barnes, daughter of Connie Barnes, is the recipient of an athletic training scholarship. At ACHS, she participated in FCCLA, Student Council, orchestra, and was the wrestling team manager. She plans to major in athletic training.

    Ana Gomez, daughter of Elvis Posadas and Paz Sanchez, is the recipient of an Ark City Clinic Scholarship. At ACHS, she was involved in FFA and was a member of the Honor Roll. She plans to major in nursing.

    Cody McNulty, son of Jim and Debbie McNulty, is the recipient of a Duck Dash Scholarship. At ACHS, he participated in basketball, track, football, SADD and the National Honor Society. He plans to major in pre-physical therapy.

    Jerhimih Moore, son of Kimberly Moore, is the recipient of a Work Ethic Scholarship. He is undecided on a major.

    Marissa Oak, daughter of Jon and Tammy Oak, is the recipient of a Intramural Student Assistant Scholarship. At ACHS, she was involved in KAY Club, Usherettes, FCA, Student Council, and the National Honor Society. She was named Miss Ark City and plans to major in pre-physical therapy.

    Caitlyn McVey, daughter of John and Jeannette McVey, is the recipient of a Storbeck Family Scholarship. At ACHS, she participated in basketball, cross country, FFA, Usherettes, and the National Honor Society. She was named a Kansas Honor Scholar, , Winter Homecoming Queen, Visiting Queen for 2012 Arkalalah, and a member of the Honor Roll. She plans to major in agriculture.

    Kelsey Steiner, daughter of Jeremy Steiner, is the recipient of a Danceline Scholarship. At ACHS, she was involved in danceline and cheerleading. She plans to major in nursing.

    Ingrid Torres, daughter of Angeles Torres, is the recipient of a Craig D. Newman Memorial Scholarship. At Ark City, she was involved in cheerleading, FFA, and was a Bulldog Mentor and track and field manager. She plans to major in biology.

    John Rohr, son of Tony and Telisa Rohr, is the recipient of a Tennis Scholarship. At ACHS, he was involved in tennis, orchestra, FCA, Forensics, and the National Honor Society. He was a three-time Academic All-State selection and plans to major in pre-medicine.

    Alex Trent is the recipient of a Duck Dash Scholarship. At ACHS, he participated in Scholar’s Bowl and the National Honor Society. He plans to major in computer science.

    Joshua Waldorf, son of Chris and Laurie Waldorf, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At ACHS, he was involved in band, jazz band, choir and track and field. He plans to major in music.

  • From Winfield High School: Chelsea Jellison, daughter of Tracy and Rhonda Beckwith, is the recipient of an Athletic Trainer Scholarship. At WHS, she was the manager for the boy’s basketball, football and baseball teams. She also participated in volleyball, Student Council, and was a member of the spirit squad. She was a member of the President’s Honor Roll and received a Distinguished Scholastic Achievement Award. She plans to major in athletic training.

    Heather Jones, daughter of Paul and Jennie Jones, is the recipient of a Ark City Clinic Scholarship. At WHS, she was involved in Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), band, and dance. She was named to the Scholastic and Principal’s Honor Rolls and plans to major in nursing.

    Jon Podschun, son of Bill and Karen Podschun, is the recipient of a CornerBank Scholarship. At WHS, he was involved in FFA, FCA, golf, soccer, FCCLA, Skills USA, and Scholars Bowl. He plans to major in architectural design.

  • From Dexter High School: Shelby Butler, daughter of David and Carlye Butler, is the recipient of a John and Olive Kappler Scholarship. At Dexter, she was involved in FCCLA< FFA, Student Council, Students of a Drug Free Dexter, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, and was a statistician for the football team. She received an academic medal and plans to major in business administration.

  • From Oxford High School: Susannah Chase, daughter of Rick and Shelley Chase, is the recipient of a Pageant Scholarship. At Oxford, she was involved in FFA, KAYS, choir, and track and field. She received a 1 rating at league and regional vocal solo contests and a 2 rating at state vocal solo contests. She plans to major in kinesiology.
     
  • From South Haven High School: William Carner, son of Darryl and Cheryl Carner, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At South Haven, he participated in football, track, and FFA. He was a Kansas Honor Scholar and a member of the Principal’s and Superintendent’s Honor Rolls. He plans to major in NDT.

  • From West Elk High School: Kathrine Altis, daughter of James Altis, is the recipient of a Hall of Scholars Scholarship. At West Elk, she was involved in Scholars Bowl, National Honor Society, yearbook, FCCLA, FCA, softball, and Student Council. She helped the Scholars Bowl team place fourth at state and plans to major in graphic design.

  • From Wellington High School: Amanda Bailey, daughter of Diane Charboneau, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Fund Scholarship. At Wellington, she was involved in choir. She plans to major in hotel and restaurant management.

    Bailey Cornejo, daughter of Barney and Pam Cornejo, is the recipient of a Tennis Scholarship. At Wellington, she participated in softball, tennis, Circle of Friends, and the prom committee. She is undecided on a major.

    Kimberly Diver, daughter of Tracy and Paula Diver, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Fund Scholarship. At Wellington, she participated in Crusader Mentors and SADD. She was a member of the Lion Club, Rotary Club and a KU Honors Scholar. She plans to major in Forensic Science.

    Kiley Haskin, daughter of Jeff and Amy McLain, is the recipient of a ACES Scholarship. At Wellington, she was involved in choir and mixed ensemble. She plans to major in social work.

  • From Derby High School: Alxander Delaney, son of Angelina Kymer, is the recipient of an ACT Scholarship. At Derby, he was involved in ROTC, Gamers Club, Kitty Hawk Air Society, and the Corps Choir. He received an AFJROTC academic letter and plans to major in secondary education.

    Edward Mutchler III, son of Jennifer Mutchler, is the recipient of a Tiger Mascot Scholarship. At Derby, he participated in football, track, mentoring, and the Dog Therapy Club. He plans to major in pre-veterinary medicine.

  • From Maize High School: Kristen Phipps, daughter of Mike and Carol Phipps, is the recipient of an Art Scholarship. At Maize, she participated in Art Club, marching band, and the Art 21 Student Board. She received the Grady Award for Most Artistic Student and plans to major in illustration.

    Ella Riddle, daughter of Bill and Darla Riddle, is the recipient of an ACT Scholarship. At Maize, she was involved in marching band, concert band, Student Council, and jazz band. She plans to major in nursing.

  • From Rose Hill High School: Arin Neely, daughter of Jim and Marla Neely, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At Rose Hill, she was involved in orchestra, choir, cross country, and basketball. She plans to major in business.

  • From Valley Center High School: Angela Heim, daughter of Dale and Debra Coffman, is the recipient of a Paraprofessional Scholarship. At Valley Center, she participated in tennis, German Club, and Robotic Club. She plans to major in education.

  • From McPherson High School: Allison Anderson, daughter of Scott and Cheryl Anderson, is the recipient of a ACES Scholarship. At McPherson, she was involved in KAYS, Debate, Forensics, Youth Advisory Council, and the National Honor Society. She plans to major in Social Science.

  • From Argonia High School: Justin Crenshaw, son of Mike and Robin Crenshaw, is the recipient of a Boyer Scholarship. At Argonia, he was involved in Upward Bound, band and yearbook. He was a member of the “B” Honor Roll and plans to major in automotive.

  • From Kapaun Mt. Carmel High School: Emily Loy, daughter of Mark and Susan Loy, is the recipient of a Art Scholarship. At Kapaun, she was involved in Art Club, Eco-Team, Musicians Club, band and debate. She received several art awards during high school and plans to major in art.

  • From Wichita Heights High School: Jonathan Reeder, son of Joe and Beth Reeder, is the recipient of a Business/Computer and Information Technology Scholarship. At Wichita Heights, he participated in Debate, band, tennis, swimming, and the National Honor Society. He was in the top-10 percent of his graduating class and plans to major in business administration.

  • From Wichita Northwest High School: Wendy Brigido, daughter of Clark and Erika Pint, is the recipient of a Journalism Scholarship. At Wichita Northwest, she participated in cross country, track and field, and AVID. She plans to major in forensic science.

    Tianna Francis, daughter of Bobby and Karen Wiley, is the recipient of a Elizabeth Northcutt Scholarship. At Northwest, she was a member of the Honor Roll. She plans to major in dental hygiene.

  • From Wichita South High School: David Middleton, son of Tim and Wanda Middleton, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Wichita South he was a member of the Honor Roll. He plans to major in graphic design.

  • From Wichita Southeast High School: Jana Hughes, daughter of Demeatrice Sykes, is the recipient of a Carpenter and Vickers Scholarship. At Wichita Southeast, she participated in bowling, volleyball, African American Culture Club, BPA, and received awards for BPA, Student of the Month  and for special projects. She plans to major in pre-nursing.

  • From Wichita West High School: Dakota Longpine, son of Darryl and Sharrla Longpine, is the recipient of a Multi Cultural Scholarship. At Wichita West, he participated in baseball and bowling. He was an all-league baseball selection and plans to major in pre-law.

  • From Kingman High School: Alison Flickner, daughter of Greg and Gail Flickner, is the recipient of a Hall of Scholars Scholarship. At Kingman, she was involved in 4-H, Student Council, yearbook, band, FCCLA and her church youth group. She was a member of the Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, Eagle Honor Roll, and received perfect attendance and Teacher’s Choice awards. She plans to major in business administration.

  • From Elk Valley High School: Heather “Cheyenne” Shipley, daughter of Scott and Tina Blackburn, is the recipient of a Kirke Dale Trust Scholarship. At Elk Valley, she was involved in band, softball, volleyball, cheerleading, dance, FCCLA, SADD, and theatre. She plans to major in forensic science.

  • From Emporia High School: Marlene Smith, daughter of Sergio and Carolina Robles, is the recipient of an Elizabeth Northcutt Endowed Scholarship. She plans to major in accounting.

  • From Eudora High School: Tera Mills, daughter of Terry and Rebecca Mills, is the recipient of a Journalism Scholarship. She plans to major in mass communications.

  • From Bluestem High School: Heather Noland, daughter of Shane and Dena Noland, is the recipient of a Duck Dash Scholarship. At Bluestem, she participated in track, FFA, FCA, and SADD. She received Greenhand and Chapter degrees for FFA and was a member of the Honor Roll. She plans to major in anthropology.

  • From Conway Springs High School: Tracy Stuhlsatz, daughter of Dan and Lila Stuhlsatz, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Fund Scholarship. At Conway Springs, she participated in FCCLA, Student Council, Steering Committee, Seniors for Seniors, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, and the National Honor Society. She plans to major in biology.

  • From Gills Christian Academy High School: Victoria Idland, daughter of Nick and Michelle Gills, is the recipient of a CAAT Scholarship. At Gills Christian Academy, she was involved in marching band and AVID. She plans to major in psychology.

  • From Grace Christian School: Will Weeks, son of Terry and Sherrill Weeks, is the recipient of a ACES Scholarship. At Grace Christian, he was involved in service projects and fundraising events. He graduated with honors and plans to major in graphic design.

  • From View Park High School: Chatara Mitchell, daughter of Robert Burnett and Lavora Hicks, is the recipient of a Jim Kelly Scholarship. She received perfect attendance in high school and plans to major in nursing.

  • From Insight of Kansas High School: Charles Turner, son of Todd and Kathy Turner, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Insight, he was a member of the Honor Roll. He is undecided on a major.