Student Scholarship Descriptions

Congratulations to our 2018 PPS Foundation Scholarship Recipients!

The full list of the 2018 scholarship recipients can be found be clicking here.  An notification e-mail was sent out to the address listed on the applications on April 17th to all applicants.  Scholarship recipients will also be receiving an official letter in the mail.  If a letter does not arrive by April 30th, please contact Jen Adler at jennifer.adler@psd150.org. Thank you to all who applied!  The PPS Foundation wishes the best of luck to everyone in pursuing your goals for your continuing education.   

 

2018 Scholarship Request Form

If you have been awarded one of the 2018 PPS Foundation Scholarships, please print a copy of the 2018 Scholarship Request Form and complete as soon as possible.  All request forms, along with proof of enrollment (i.e. transcripts, letter from university etc.) should be turned into the Foundation office May-August to make sure the scholarship funds arrive at the university before the beginning of Fall semester

Scholarship Applications 

The application window is now closed for this school year.  New applications will open on November 1, 2018.  Please check back then for the current links.

General District Scholarships: Available November 1, 2017

Elizabeth Rasmussen Application

H.E.A.R. Application

John K. Garrett Application

John Gift Application

Edward N. Woodruff Application

Roy Gummerson Application

Urban Forestry Application

Richwoods High School Scholarships: Available November 1, 2017

Wayne Macomber Application

Diane Thannert Application

Manual High School Scholarships: Available November 1, 2017

Manual High/Eureka College Application

Nevada Buckley Manion Application

Middle School Student Scholarships:

Deirdre Purcell-Collins Application (only for 7th grade female students nominated by their home Middle School Principal) 

Mike McCord Memorial Scholarship Application (for all PPS 5th-8th grade boys to attend Coach Wardle's Bradley Basketball Camp Summer 2018)