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2012-2013

 

September 18, 2012


Cowley College awards additional scholarships for fall semester

 

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

  • From: Arkansas City High School: Paige Traffas, daughter of Richard and Alice Traffas, is the recipient of a Craig D. Newman Memorial Scholarship. At ACHS, she was involved in Debate, forensics, drumline, and mentor program. She placed first in musical essay and went to state all four years in debate and band. She plans to major in pre-medicine.

    Madison Gage, daughter of Michele and John Gage, is the recipient of a Endowment Scholarship. At ACHS, she participated in volleyball, FFA and KAYS. She plans to major in pre-nursing.

    Caitlynn McVey, daughter of John and Jeannette McVey, is the recipient of a Ruth David Scholarship. At ACHS, she was involved in FFA, cross country, basketball, Work Ethics, National Honor Society, softball, basketball, Usherettes, and was a Kansas Honor Scholar and Soroptimist Girl. She plans to major in agriculture.

    Tania Garcia, daughter of Antonio and Martha Garcia, is the recipient of a Endowment Scholarship. At ACHS, she was involved in Multicultural Club, KAY Club president, School Counts, and was the soccer team manager. She plans to major in accounting/business.

    Baleigh Barnthouse, daughter of Jim and Malia Barnthouse, is the recipient of a Social Science Department Scholarship. At ACHS, she participated in volleyball, softball, KAYS, FCA, SADD, and was the baseball team manager. She was the Prom Queen and the October Soroptimist Girl. She plans to major in elementary education.

  • From Winfield High School: Matt Callaway, son of Don and Marcia Callaway, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Winfield, he participated in tennis and the “W’ Club. He was a member of the Scholastic Honor Roll, Principal’s Honor Roll, and received Outstanding Academic Achievement and Scholar Athlete awards. He plans to major in physical education.

    Nick Jones, son of Mark and Stefani Jones, is the recipient of a Union State Bank Scholarship. At WHS, he participated in football. He plans to major in criminal justice.

  • From Oxford High School: Amber Watson, daughter of Greg and Tracy Clements, is the recipient of a Boyer Trust Fund Endowment Scholarship. At Oxford, she was involved in the choir and was a member of the Principal’s Honor Roll. She plans to major in cosmetology.

  • From Wellington High School: Jordan Tompkins, son of Lynne Tompkins, is the recipient of a Bob Lawson Memorial Scholarship. At Wellington, she participated in tennis, basketball and the swim team. She was a National Business Education Award nominee and plans to major in education.

  • From Wichita West High School: Shauntale Williams, daughter of Patricia Banks, is the recipient of a Social Science Department Scholarship. At Wichita West, she was involved in choir and Circle of Friends. She was a member of the Honor Roll and graduated in the top-10 percent of her senior class. She plans to major in science.

  • From Wichita Heights High School: Jacqueline Williams, daughter of Marva Lincoln, is the recipient of an Athletic Manager Scholarship. At Heights, she was involved in the Art Club, Fashion Club, and the Native American Club. She pans to major in social work.

  • From Ponca City (OK) High School: Haley Bates, daughter of Brett and Laina Bates, is the recipient of a Spirit Squad Scholarship. At Ponca City, she participated in cheerleading and the drill team. She received a certificate of outstanding academic performance in English/Reading and received an outstanding achievement award in dance. She plans to major in psychology.

  • From Garden City High School: Rebecca Munoz, daughter of Robert Munoz and Starla Irsik, is the recipient of a Pike Construction Scholarship. At Garden City, she was involved in Theatre and Forensics. She plans to major in Theatre.

  • From “La Fe” Venezuela High School: Maria Hernandez, daughter of Pedro and Maria Hernandez, is the recipient of a Hall of Scholars Endowment Scholarship. At “La Fe”, she participated in tennis and the Model of the United Nations Social Services. She was named Student of the Year in 2008, was a member of the National Society of High School Scholars, and was a member of the honor roll all four years of high school. She plans to major in architecture.

  • From Blue Springs High School: Cailee Nunn is the recipient of a William S. Scott Memorial Scholarship. At Blue Springs, she participated in yearbook and received a third place poetry award. She plans to major in English.

  • From Hillgrove High School: Casey Koenke, daughter of Gary and Annie Koenke, is the recipient of a Donald and Wilda Patterson Endowment Scholarship. At Hillgrove, she was involved in choir and dance. She plans to major in pre-physical therapy.

  • From Thomas Stone High School: Kaylene Humphreys, daughter of Christine and Dave Perry, is the recipient of a Paton Vending Scholarship. At Thomas Stone, she was involved in MESA, Environmental Engineering and Expanding Horizons. She received French awards and a certificate of merit award. She plans to major in creative writing.