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2015-2016

 

November 12, 2015

 

Cowley College awards scholarships to students from 21 schools

 

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

 

  • From Arkansas City Christian Academy: Cole Davis, son of Glenn and Sandra Davis, is the recipient of an Ark City Optimist Foundation Scholarship. At ACCA, he was involved in soccer, basketball, track, and Praise Band. He plans to major in computer science.
  • From Arkansas City High School: Miranda Barclay, daughter of Dana and Kim Barclay, is the recipient of a Hall of Scholars Scholarship. At ACHS, she participated in the danceline, cheer team, volleyball, and track. She was a member of the National Honor Society, the Honor Roll, and was a Wichita State University Presidential Scholar. She graduated in the top 10 percent of her class and plans to major in general education.
    Yovani Hernandez, son of Maria Villegas, is the recipient of a Wayne and Nila Tyler Memorial Scholarship and Claude and Helen Morrow Scholarship. He plans to major in mechatronics.
    Arturo Mendoza, son of Angelica Mendoza, is the recipient of a Business/Computer and Information Technology Scholarship. He plans to major in business administration.
    Sheila Smith is the recipient of a Robert Brown Memorial Scholarship. At ACHS, she was involved in the Multi-Cultural Student Union. She plans to major in science.
  • From Campus High School: Arron Willoughby, son of Brit Willoughby, is the recipient of a Robert Brown Memorial Scholarship. He plans to major in criminal justice.
  • From Caney Valley: Susan Webb, daughter of John and Christine Warring, is the recipient of a Kirke Dale Trust Scholarship. At Caney Valley, she was involved in FCA, FCCLA, studio dance, select choir, marching band, and KCYF cabinet. She was a member of the Honor Roll and was named Student of the Year in 2013. She plans to major in art.
  • From Central-Burden High School: Michael DeLaney, son of Bobbi Rowe, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Central-Burden, he was involved in football, baseball, wrestling, basketball, Forensics, FCA, student council, BIGS, Kids Impact Cowley County, and FCCLA. He plans to major in athletic training.
    Jordyn Foley, daughter of Grant and Tally Haws, and Ryan and Anne Foley, is the recipient of a Trustee Scholarship. At Central-Burden, she participated in volleyball, softball, cheer, band, student council, and FCCLA. She was a KU Honor Scholar and plans to major in psychology.
    Riley Gatton, daughter of Monty and Shelly Gatton, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Central-Burden, she is involved in volleyball, dance, band, choir, Raider Work Ethic, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, and jazz band. She plans to major in music.
    Austin Williams, son of Frank and Saundra Williams, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Central-Burden, she was involved in basketball and track. He plans to major in criminal justice.
  • From Clearwater High School: Brenna Snyder, daughter of James and Cathy Snyder, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At Clearwater, she participated in track, drama, Fellowship of Christian Students, and the National Honor Society. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in criminal justice.
  • From Douglass High School: Karee Britt, daughter of Mitch Britt and Roxanne Jennings, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Douglass, she was involved in KAY, SADD, student council, cheer, volleyball, basketball, choir, and track. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in pre-nursing.
    Kye Wright, son of Tye and Anne Wright, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At Douglass, he participated in football, choir, FCA, basketball, track, wrestling, SADD, and the gifted program. He received several academic awards and plans to major in religion.
  • From Hopewell (NC) High School: Jordan Burgess, son of Gary and Karen Burgess, is the recipient of a Robert Brown Memorial Scholarship. He plans to major in pre-athletic training.
  • From Inman High School: Dalton Queen, son of Bryan and Kim Queen, is the recipient of an Eli Hilderbrand Memorial Scholarship. At Inman, he was involved in FFA and received an Ag Business Award. He plans to major in business.
  • From Kiowa County High School: Franz Banman, son of Cornelio and Alicia Banman, is the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship. At Kiowa County, he was involved in football, track and field, and FCA. He plans to major in automotive technology.
  • From Kingman High School: Kelsey Wilson, daughter of Lynn and Diane Wilson, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At Kingman, she was involved in volleyball, basketball, softball, student council, Teens Today, Leaders, and the National Honor Society. She was a member of the High Honor Roll and plans to major in pre-physical therapy.
  • From Maize High School: Zachary Heyer, son of Noel and Genai Heyer, is the recipient of a Robert Brown Memorial Scholarship. At Maize, he was involved in KAY Club, select choir, and men’s chorus. He plans to major in music education.
  • From Quinter High School: Gresyn Lane, daughter of Jim Fairman, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At Quinter, she was involved in KAY Club and debate. She plans to major in pre-nursing.
  • From Salina Central High School: Jon Claybaugh, son of Ed and Julie Claybaugh, is the recipient of a Captola Yost and Tom and Sheila Prichard Scholarships. She plans to major in music.
  • From Smoky Valley High School: Claryssa Weis, daughter of Mark Weis, is the recipient of a Donald and Wilda Patterson Scholarship. At Smoky Valley, she was involved in KAY Club, track, CHUMS, and Forensics. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in criminal justice.
  • From Udall High School: Adam Glenn, son of John and Lora Glenn, is the recipient of an Academic Civic Engagement through Service (ACES) Scholarship. At Udall, he participated in band, choir, theatre, math team, Scholar’s Bowl, and the National Honor Society. He received the John Phillip Sousa Award and plans to major in mathematics.
    Kelsie Hoffman, daughter of Randy and Gina Hoffman, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At Udall, she participated in volleyball, basketball, softball, cheerleading, FCCLA, FFA, student council, yearbook, dance, SADD, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the National Honor Society. She was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in pre-nursing.
    Ben Smart, son of Billy and Jackie Smart, is the recipient of an ACT Scholarship. At Udall, he was involved in choir, Scholar’s Bowl, cross country, football, FBLA, FCCLA, track, SADD, and Big Brothers Big Sisters. He was a member of the Honor Roll and plans to major in engineering.
  • From Wakefield High School: Autumn Adams, daughter of Tim and Angie Adams, is the recipient of a Trustee Academic Scholarship. At WHS, she was involved in SADD, Big Brothers Big Sisters, the National Honor Society, and was a member of the Honor Roll. She plans to major in pre-veterinary medicine.
  • From Wellington High School: Emileigh Speagle, daughter of Timothy and Crystal Williams, is the recipient of a Robert Brown Memorial Scholarship. She plans to major in English.
  • From Wichita East High School: Monica Morris, daughter of Ray and Vilanda Morris, is the recipient of a Cowley College Foundation Scholarship. At East, she was involved in theatre, choir, Young Life, and Sisterhood of Queens. She was a member of the honor choir and plans to major in music/theatre.
  • From Wichita North High School: Laura Speer, daughter of Irma Speer, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At North, she was an Honors Scholar and a member of the Honor Roll. She plans to major in pre-physical therapy.
  • From Winfield High School: Emily Bartee, daughter of Bryan and Donna Bartee, is the recipient of a Trustee Academic Scholarship. At WHS, she participated in Drama Club, Art Club, softball, and the Foreign Culture Club. She plans to major in secondary education.
    Alyssa Jones, daughter of Mark and Stefani Jones, is the recipient of a Warren Kelly Endowment Scholarship. At WHS, she participated in soccer, golf, cheerleading, and yearbook. She plans to major in pre-nursing.
    Crystal Williams, daughter of Melanie Williams, is the recipient of an ACES Scholarship. At WHS, she was involved in the Art Club and Grace Pointe Assembly Youth Group. She is undecided on a major.
    Brittni Young, daughter of Troy and Dawn Young, is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship. At WHS, she was involved in FFA, basketball, track, HOSA, and the National Honor Society. She was a member of the Principal’s Honor Roll and plans to major in early childhood education and equine management.