Eagle Point High School Local Scholarships List

**Highlight represents a D-9 Foundation Scholarship

Bob Fisher Memorial 4-H/FFA Scholarship

Available to one outstanding FFA student who is an active member of the EPHS FFA Chapter for the past two years and one 4-H member who is an active member of a Jackson County 4-H club for the past two years and is a graduating senior. Recipients of the scholarship must plan on attending any accredited vocational school, community college, or four year college that has a federal title IV designation.

   Input from the Agricultural/Science / Technology staff will be a major consideration in the awarding of these scholarships.  The recipients must be outstanding, active, positive contributing members of the club and classes represented.  Awards will be given to the top individuals in each of the two categories regardless of other scholarship awarded.

Carpenter Foundation Scholarship                                  

Criteria includes: financial need, scholarship, leadership, initiative, and character. This scholarship may be renewable each year upon application.

Charley Givan Scholarship Grant/Ben B. Cheney Foundation 

Preference will be given to agricultural students and students in related fields, though the scholarship is not limited to these students, and those in need of financial assistance to continue their education or training. Further preference will be given to students with ability to succeed in chosen field of study, achieve a satisfying life and contribute to the well-being of our Country. This scholarship is not restricted to those students with high achievement records and may be renewable each year upon application.

Class of 1978 - Mike Bowles Honorary Endowment

Recipient must be a graduate of School District #9, or successfully complete a GED or Home School Program and live within the geographic boundaries of the school district.

Complete Care Scholarship

Students must have a 3.75 GPA, be involved in one extracurricular activity, and submit a 400-700 word essay on the following topic: “What is health?  Why is it important?  How is it achieved?”  The awardee will be determined and awarded a scholarship through Complete Care Chiropractic.

David Poole Memorial Scholarship                                      

Two awards will be given annually.  

  1. One will be selected by the FFA advisors.  Recipient must be an active member of FFA.  Preference will be given to students pursuing studies in Agriculture.
  2. The Transportation Technology instructor will select one recipient who is an active member of the Transportation Technology program.  Preference will be given to students pursuing studies in that field.

Merit, classroom and related performance, GPA, involvement in other school activities, and financial need may be used as selection criteria.

David Woolf Memorial Scholarship

Recipient is preferably a student who has had 4 years of membership in EPHS FFA Chapter. Merit, classroom performance, GPA, involvement in other activities and financial need will be considered. Recipient must be a graduate of School District #9, or successfully complete a GED or Home School program and live within the geographic boundaries of the school district. Recipient will be selected by a panel that is approved by the family of David Woolf. A 300 word essay, focusing on applicant’s plans and any other considerations in your life, past, or present is required. In addition to the essay, applicant must also include FAFSA results, GPA, SAT/ACT scores, and any additional monies (scholarships, grants, etc.) given.

D-9 Community Scholarship                                   

A ranking of the graduating class is made based upon the criteria of 7/8 GPA and 1/8 SAT or ACT scores. The class Valedictorian(s) may receive a bonus that the District #9 Community Scholarship Committee discretion. This award is automatic based upon the above criteria, no application is necessary.

D-9 Foundation Scholarship                                                     

Recipient must be a graduate of School District #9, or successfully complete a GED or Home School Program and live within the geographic boundaries of the school district. The amount of scholarship will be dependent upon the number of successful applications received.

D-9 Foundation  Scholarship – 2019 RB Brown

Graduating seniors at EPHS or GED recipients that have an aptitude for college and demonstrate a financial need are the criteria that will be considered in making the awards.. The recipient’s applications must be submitted and approved by Eagle Center staff to be considered for these scholarships by the High School Scholarship Committee.

 Olive Beaham Lansburgh Memorial Volunteer Scholarship

The recipient must have an outstanding record of volunteer service (Community service) while enrolled as a student of Eagle Point School District 9 during 11th and 12th grades.  Merit, classroom and related performance, GPA, involvement in other school and community activities and financial need may be used as additional selection criteria.  The EPHS scholarship committee will select the recipient(s) each year.

Recipient is not eligible to receive the Community Service Scholarship (Olive Lansburgh Memorial).

 Community Service Scholarship (Olive Lansburg Memorial)         

The recipient will be selected by the Community Scholarship committee.  Recipient must have a history of exemplary voluntary community service.  Recipient is not eligible for the Olive Beaham Lansburg Memorial Volunteer Scholarship

Eagle Point Educational Association Scholarship (2)

One scholarship will be awarded to a student who plans to major in education and pursue a teaching career. The other scholarship will be awarded, without regard to major, to a student whose parent is an EPEA Bargaining Unit Member. Student is not required to be an Eagle Point High School senior.

Eagle Point Lions Club Scholarship                

All applicants will be considered; however, preference will be given to students pursuing medical career, but are not limited to.  Students must submit a separate activities chart highlighting their community service, school participation, and GPA.

Eagle Point Youth Baseball Scholarship

Recipient must be a member of the EPHS Baseball or Softball team and demonstrate good leadership.  Selected students must be eligible to play collegiate baseball and play at the next level. This scholarship is renewable each year upon application.

Fire District #3 Scholarship

Recipient will be a graduating senior of Eagle Point High School. Eagle Point High School Scholarship Committee will review applications and Fire District #3 will interview finalists.

Hunter Hoeptner Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must demonstrate the traits of the scholarship’s namesake: varsity athletics award winner, grade point average, volunteerism/community service, and leadership in the classroom, leadership class or athletics.   The EPHS scholarship committee will review applications and the applicant list, with  the Hoeptner family making the final selection.

Larry Stillman Memorial Scholarship                                     

This scholarship is available to any EPHS graduates, GED recipients, or students who live within the geographic boundaries of School District 9 and complete an accredited home school program.  A strong commitment and record of community service is desirable.

Leo Rademacher Memorial Scholarship

All applicants must be active members of the Eagle Point FFA for the past two years.  Students will be selected by the Agriculture Science (FFA) instructors.  Hank Rademacher will also be included in the initial selection until 2025.  A list of qualified students will then be submitted to the EPHS scholarship committee, and the final selection must be made from this list.    Merit, classroom related performance, GPA, involvement in other school and community activities and financial need may be used as selection criteria

Mel Morris Honorary Scholarship

All applicants must be graduates of Eagle Point High and active members of the Eagle Point FFA for the past two years.  Merit, classroom related performance, GPA, involvement in other school and community activities and financial need may be used as selection criteria.

Applicants must be graduating from EPHS, not the URCEO, Options program, GED, Teen Parent program, charter school, home school or any other similar program.

Nat Etzel Memorial Scholarship (3 scholarships: FFA, 4-H, & Skills USA)

Three scholarships will be awarded:

  1. All applicants must be graduates of Eagle Point High and active members of the Eagle Point FFA for the past two years. The Agricultural Science teacher(s) will make the selection of the recipient.
  2. All applicants must be graduates of Eagle Point High and active members of a Jackson County 4-H club for the past two years.  The Agricultural Science teacher(s) will make the selection of the recipient
  3. Applicants must be graduates of Eagle Point High school and an active participant in the Skills USA program/competition and enrolled in Career Technical Education (CTE) classes for the past two years.  The Skills USA advisor will make the selection of the recipient.  

All recipients of this scholarship must be outstanding, active, positive, contributing members of the club and classes represented by each scholarship (FFA, 4-H and Skills USA).  Awards will be given to the top individuals in each of the three categories regardless of other scholarships received.

Myra Cam Memorial Scholarship

One renewable scholarship (two years) is available to a graduating senior of Eagle Point High School that is pursuing a career in education.  The recipient must show need based on FAFSA contribution and have a minimum GPA of 3.0.  The recipient may be a student that has been overlooked for other scholarships.   Applications must be submitted and approved by Eagle Center staff to be considered for this scholarship by the High School Scholarship Committee.

Roger and Nancy Leonard Memorial Scholarship

A graduating senior at EPHS that has aptitude for college and a financial need.  Consideration will be given to a student that may have been overlooked for other scholarships.  Eagle Point High School Scholarship Committee will review applications.

Rogue Valley Corvettes Scholarship                  

Student must be an active member of Skills USA.  Must be enrolled or have been in a Career Technical Program at Eagle Point High School.  In addition, selection may be based upon merit, classroom performance, grade point average, involvement in other school activities, and financial need.  

Rogue Valley Professional Firefighters Scholarship

Recipient will be a graduating senior of Eagle Point High School. Eagle Point High School Scholarship Committee will review applications and Fire District #3 will review finalists.        

Sodexo Culinary Scholarship

Recipient(s) will be a graduating senior of Eagle Point High School.  Recommendations will be solicited from instructor(s) for the culinary arts program at Eagle Point High School.  The JCD9/Eagle Point HS scholarship committee will review applications and the Sodexo Management Team will review finalists.  In addition, selection may be based upon merit, classroom performance, grade point average, and involvement in other school Culinary/Hospitality activities.  Preference will be given to students pursuing Culinary or Hospitality courses of study.

Thomas Ussary Memorial Scholarship                

Recipients will be dedicated students who have shown outstanding competence in Transportation Technology classes at EPHS. EPHS Transportation Technology Instructor(s) and the Thomas Ussary family will make the selection of the recipient.

Tim Trautman Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be an active member of the EPHS FFA.  Merit, classroom related performance, GPA, involvement in extra-curricular activities including athletics will be used as criteria.

Kathy Bowles Memorial Scholarship

The recipient must pursue a career in teaching.  Merit, classroom related performance, GPA, involvement in other school and community activities and financial need may be used as selection criteria.

OUTSIDE SCHOLARSHIPS w/ ASSISTANCE FROM SCHOLARSHIP COORDINATOR

Rogue Valley Manor Foundation Scholarship for Women “Fairy Godmother Scholarship”

Recipients will be female graduates of Eagle Point High School who are in need of financial assistance to pursue their higher education. Applicant cannot be now, nor become pregnant during the term of the scholarship or they will forfeit funds.  Candidates will be contacted via email and the counseling center.  Awardees are chosen by the Fairy Godmother Committee.

Frank L TouVelle Trust Fund                                

Recipient will be a male student(s) of Jackson County Oregon, who are determined to be “wayward” but potentially worthy by the TouVelle Trust Committee. The primary purpose of the fund is to assist the applicant in obtaining an education and make him a better citizen. Elements such as past history and circumstances, including family situations, which may have contributed to the student’s present condition will be considered. The TouVelle Trust will consider needs other than academic. This scholarship is renewable each year upon application. THE APPLICATION PROCESS IS COMPLETED THROUGH OSAC (Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion).

Pear Blossom Festival Scholarship Competition

Scholarships will be awarded based on leadership skills, academic excellence, interview skills, the writing and presentation of an essay, and impromptu questions.  School announcements and emails will be sent out in early November for those interested in completing the application.  Scholarship awardees are chosen by the Pear Blossom Committee.