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Fife High School Scholarship Foundation has a variety of Scholarship Opportunities. 

 

Below listed please find additional details about available scholarships*.  

  •  *All scholarships may not be listed and scholarship listed may not be available every year.  

  • Review details of each Scholarship, some may require additional documents.

  • Applicants who make application by the deadline will be considered for those scholarships which they indicated during the application process and for which they qualify and scholarship funds are available. 

  • Only students receiving their diploma from Fife High School may apply and be considered. 

  • Only applicants enrolling in credited classes at an accredited institution will be considered for available scholarships.

MARVIN P BELKNAP MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP  of The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation
MINIMUM AWARD $4,000 ($1,000/Year for 4 Years)
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

The Marvin P. Belknap Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1993 in memory of Marvin Belknap, who served as Fife High School principal from 1945 to 1970. He was tough but fair and much admired by both teachers and students. He attended all the school events, games, and dances. In the 1960s, Marvin established the divisions for the Washington State high school sports leagues (by school size) and worked to get them accepted by the school associations across the state. ​

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.  

  • Applicants must plan to attend an accredited vocational school or two- or four-year college.

  • Applicants must demonstrate financial need.

LARRY A BRANDT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $1,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

The Larry A Brandt Memorial Scholarship was established in 2023. Larry Brandt graduated from Fife High School in 1964 and was voted “most friendly” by his classmates.  After graduating, Larry served in the United States Army from 1967 to 1969 and is a Purple Heart, Vietnam Veteran. After military service, Larry attended the University of Washington and obtained Masters' degrees in both Social Work and Business Administration. Larry was passionate about Social Work and loved supporting Veterans returning from service.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.  

  • Applicants must either be:

  • Enrolled in a ROTC Program after graduating; or​

  • A family member of a Veteran or Miltary Service Member; or

  • Focusing further education in social work or mental health

The Rozenski, the Brown, and the Salamone families are all believers in education and that education continues for a lifetime. Arthur Kibbe Brown graduated from Herbert Hoover High School in southern California. After his service in WWII, he settled in Fife to raise a family. After working all day, he would spend time checking his daughter’s math homework, and he would also provide opportunities for his daughter to think and to expand her knowledge. He provided this type of continuing educational support for his grandsons. Helen Rozenski Brown graduated from Fife High School. Helen worked in business as an accountant, an outside salesperson, and a store manager. She continued to develop new skills her entire life and passed that desire to learn on to both her daughter and her grandsons. William Anthony Salamone, their grandson, also graduated from Fife High School. He struggled academically, but he also had that desire to learn new skills. He died at the age of 26 and was just beginning to see the value of his education. He balanced his till every night to the penny and he was able to create schedules for others. This scholarship was created to help someone develop the skills and the passion to support students who receive special education services.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must have an interest in Special Education or have been influenced by Special Education.

LARRY EUGENE BUNTING II SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $1,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

The Larry Eugene Bunting II Scholarship Fund was established in 2022 in memory of Larry Bunting II who passed away shortly before his graduation ceremony. Larry's presence was unmistakable and simply made you smile. He was an active member of the Fife High School community and worked toward creating an inclusive environment. Larry loved his friends and family, exemplifying qualities of faith, love and the belief that everyone deserves to be treated fairly. His smile lit up rooms and made everyone feel like they belonged.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.  

  • Applicants must plan to attend an accredited vocational school or two- or four-year college.

  • Applicants must demonstrate qualities of inclusiveness in the FHS community.

CHUCK BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $1,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.  

  • Applicants must plan on attending a vocational/technical school.

    • Preference will be given to applicants who plan to study auto repair, auto body, diesel/machinery, or welding.

This scholarship was established to honor the life of Chuck Brown. Chuck Brown attended the Fife/Milton Schools from Elementary through High School, Graduating in 1979. Although academics were not his strongest attribute, he excelled in shop trade classes such as mechanics and machinery. These successes led him to be a top-notch mechanic and one of the most sought after crane operators on the West Coast. Chuck had a very successful career as a crane operator, until his passing in 2001.

BILL BURK - "COACH BILL" SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $500
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.  

  • Applicants must plan to attend an accredited vocational school or two- or four-year college.

  • Applicants must be a student athlete

  • Applicants must include a short essay on How a coach impacted their life

The Bill Burk "Coach" Bill Scholarship Fund was established in 2023 in memory of William (Bill) James Burk who passed away in 2019. Bill started his coaching career in the early 90's coaching his daughters Fife-Milton Little League team as well as his son's baseball teams. He eventually went on to coach the girls Fastpitch teams at Surprise Lake Middle School, Columbia Junior High and Fife High School. Over the years Bill coached more kids than can be counted and his memory will live on in all of those athlete's and others he's impacted along the way. This scholarship is established by Bill's wife Beverlee and his children Brittany, Breanne, Brigette and Blaine.

LOUIS DACCA - FRED BEVEGNI, SR AGRICULTURAL SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $1,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

The Edgewood - Fife - Milton Kiwanis Club is the combination of two clubs that have served the local area for over 40 years each. The club serves the cities of Edgewood, Fife, and Milton, Washington and the children in the Puyallup and Fife Schools Districts. The club sponsors a Key Club at Fife High School and a Cub Scout Pack 64. Our club members assist with community functions and financial assistance to two local food banks, local youth sports, and provides scholarships to each of the local high schools. The club provides assistance to local families in need at Thanksgiving and Christmas and provides financial assistance to the Milton VFW War Memorial.  The club also donates to local cancer walks and other local community fundraisers on occasion.

  • Applicant must be a senior graduating from Fife High School 

  • Applicants must plan to attend an accredited vocational school or two- or four-year college

  • Applicant must have demonstrated outstanding academic and/or practical accomplishments in agriculture, preferably a students who has been involved in FFA

EDGEWOOD-FIFE-MILTON KIWANIS SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $1,500
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

The Edgewood - Fife - Milton Kiwanis Club is the combination of two clubs that have served the local area for over 40 years each. The club serves the cities of Edgewood, Fife, and Milton, Washington and the children in the Puyallup and Fife Schools Districts. The club sponsors a Key Club at Fife High School and a Cub Scout Pack 64. Our club members assist with community functions and financial assistance to two local food banks, local youth sports, and provides scholarships to each of the local high schools. The club provides assistance to local families in need at Thanksgiving and Christmas and provides financial assistance to the Milton VFW War Memorial.  The club also donates to local cancer walks and other local community fundraisers on occasion.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.  

  • Applicants must be a resident of the Edgewood, Fife, or Milton area.  

  • Applicants must plan on attending a technical college or community college with a program of study related to fields in Career & Technical Education. 

  • Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better.

The Edgewood - Fife - Milton Kiwanis Club is the combination of two clubs that have served the local area for over 40 years each. The club serves the cities of Edgewood, Fife, and Milton, Washington and the children in the Puyallup and Fife Schools Districts. The club sponsors a Key Club at Fife High School and a Cub Scout Pack 64. Our club members assist with community functions and financial assistance to two local food banks, local youth sports, and provides scholarships to each of the local high schools. The club provides assistance to local families in need at Thanksgiving and Christmas and provides financial assistance to the Milton VFW War Memorial.  The club also donates to local cancer walks and other local community fundraisers on occasion.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must be a member of FHS Key Club.  

  • Applicants must also include a 1-2-page essay covering:

    • Number of years you have participated in Key Club.

    • Leadership roles that you have taken in Key Club.

    • Activities related to Key Club in which you have participated.

    • Description of how you believe you have made a difference being a part of Key Club.

    • Your plans to continue community service in the future.

FIFE HIGH SCHOOL BOOSTER CLUB SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD 4
NUMBER OF AWARDS $1,250

The Fife Booster Club was established in 1976 and is comprised of action-oriented parents and administrator that volunteer their time and who work together to support the outstanding student body at Fife High School.  The goal of the Booster Club is to promote and support a variety of groups and activities at Fife High School.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

    • Preference will be given to applicants who are active in community and school activities.

FIFE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP

MINIMUM AWARD $750

NUMBER OF AWARDS 2

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must intend on majoring in Education, or an Education related field.

The parent groups of the Fife School District; Discovery PTO, Fife Elementary PTO, Hedden PTA, SLMS PIE, Columbia Jr. High Booster Club and Fife High School Booster Club, have joined the Scholarship Foundation in creating the Fife for Life Scholarship.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or better.

  • Applicants must be active in local community service.

  • Applicants must also include:

    • Typed essay defining what "Fife For Life" means to you, no more than one page in length.

FIFE HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

AWARD AMOUNT VARIES 

NUMBER OF AWARDS VARIES

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School. 

  • Applicants may plan to attend a 2- or 4-year university/college, technical/vocational school, or other accredited school for career training.

FIFE HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION STEAM SCHOLARSHIP

AWARD AMOUNT $1,000

NUMBER OF AWARDS 5

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must plan on pursuing a degree in a STEAM field - Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, or Mathematics.

  • Applicants must include:

    • List of specific awards or achievements received in this field​.

    • Letter of recommendation from current or former teacher.

The Fife Lions Club sponsors several fundraising events throughout the year to help sustain service projects in Fife and around the world.  Projects include Children Peace Poster Contests, Senior Yard Clean Up, Building Wheelchair Ramps and providing funding to our local food bank, as well as other services as needed.  Fife Lions shares with its worldwide membership the core belief: Community is what we make it!

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must demonstrate good attendance, citizenship, and service to others.

  • Applicants please include specific community events you may have participated in, and indicate if any of them were specific Lions Club activities.

    • Preference given to applicant who has been member of Leo's Club​.

BEVERLY GRATZER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

MINIMUM AWARD $500

NUMBER OF AWARDS 2

Beverly was a lifelong Washingtonian raised in the Fife/Milton Community graduating from Fife High School in 1954. She was a cheerleader and an honor student. Beverly worked as an accountant at a Tacoma lumber company and later for the City of Fife, also in the accounting office. Her two sons, Mike and Marty Reines graduated from Fife in 1975 and 1979, respectively. Her three great grandsons, Taylor, Jayden, and Cameron Bjorkman are carrying on the Fife legacy at Endeavor and Discovery Elementary Schools. Beverly was a beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother as well as a leader in business.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must plan on attending a trade school, 2- or 4-year college or university, with an emphasis in accounting or business.

FRANK GUSTAFSON FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP

MINIMUM AWARD $1,000

NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

This scholarship was established by Frank Gustafson, who was the founder of the Fife High School Scholarship Foundation. Frank was a teacher and counselor at Fife High School for many years before his retirement in 1978. His love of education and the community of Fife is at the heart of this scholarship, and his commitment is amplified through his daughter and son-in-law who together taught nearly 70 years in the district. Frank’s three children, and two grandchildren are also proud graduates of FHS, and whole-heartedly support this assistance to an aspiring student.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.  

  • Applicants must plan on attending a 2- or 4-year college or university.

IWAKIRI FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP

MINIMUM AWARD $500

NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

This scholarship was established by the Iwakiri Family Alumni: George Class of 1942, Lonny Class of 1962, Kathy Class of 1964, Steve Class of 1967, Teresa Class of 1969, Deborah Class of 1970, Patti Class of 1976. and Linda Class of 1985.
 

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • At least one of the Applicant's parents must be a Fife High School graduate.

  • Applicant must volunteer in the community.

KAY KAISER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

MINIMUM AWARD $2,000

NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

Kay Kaiser was a Fife High School physical education teacher and advisor to the GAA (Girl’s Athletic Association) from 1956 to 1968.  She served as President of the Fife Education Association and was active on the Puyallup Recreation Board where she worked diligently to have the first town swimming pool built. Kay was a first-generation American who was raised by a single mother from Croatia.  She was an outstanding athlete excelling in tennis and softball in high school and college.  She was the first in her family to graduate from college (Bachelors from the University of Oregon & Masters from Washington State University).  Kay stressed to her students and children the importance of higher education, the incorporation of enjoyable physical activities, and the need to have a healthy lifestyle.  Her younger daughter Karen is a teacher in Portland, OR who has a doctorate in education focusing on family literacy, and her older daughter Julia is a veterinarian in New Jersey. When Kay retired from teaching, she helped her husband, Duane, manage their Green Branch Ranch Christmas tree farm.  She also supported her husband when he served as a Representative in the Washington State Legislature.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Preference will be given to applicants that:

    • Have high academics.

    • Are student athletes.

    • Have demonstrated service to the community.

    • Plan to attend Washington State University.

KEIZAI SCHOLARSHIP

MINIMUM AWARD $1,000

NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must be pursuing an Economics Degree.

ARTHUR KNODEL FAMILY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $1,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

Fife residents since 1955, Judge and Mrs. Knodel were passionate advocates of higher education.  He was raised on a farm in North Dakota then moved to Washington in 1944.  After serving his country during WWII, he married Margaret Duncan, a registered nurse who came from Pennsylvania.  He graduated from the University of Puget Sound and earned a law degree from the University of Washington.  He wrote the documents to incorporate the City of Fife.  He practiced law and simultaneously served as the Municipal Court Judge of Fife from 1950 to 1979.  Margaret worked in the law office as well as continuing her nursing career.  From 1979 to 1985, he was a Pierce County District Court Judge.  Their four children attended Fife schools and graduated from college.  Judge and Mrs. Knodel always appreciated the importance of education and the quality of education provided by the Fife School District.  

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better from 9th - 12th grade.

  • Applicants must demonstrate service to community and/or school.

  • Applicants must be pursuing a 4-year College degree.

  • Applicants must include:

    • Two (2) letters of recommendation from teachers or community leaders.

KOPPA-SHALLOW FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $1,200
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

The Shallow Family Scholarship is a legacy scholarship to support and give back to the community which greatly impacted our lives. One of the founders, Katie Shallow (Koppa), attended the Fife School District from kindergarten through high school where she was involved in various school activities and soccer. The other founder is her husband, Brenden Shallow, who coached and taught at Fife High School for many years. Our family has three kids attending the Fife School District and we have enjoyed their journey thus far. Anyone who has spent time in or experienced the joy within our community and schools knows this is a special place. We want to reward students who exemplify the community values that make the district unique by providing opportunities and access to higher education. We hope future generations of Trojans will spread the Fife Heart of the Trojan to wherever their lives take them!

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must plan to pursue a degree in finance/account or education field.

JOHN MCCROSSIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

MINIMUM AWARD $1,500

NUMBER OF AWARDS 2

John McCrossin was a well-loved member of the Fife School District where he served many positions, Coach, Teacher, Athletic Director, Dean, Vice Principal, Principal, Director, and Superintendent of Fife Public Schools. John had a passion for his family, students, teachers, parents, and friends. As a mentor and sport enthusiast, he was greatly respected in the education world. His wife Connie and their two sons, Kyle, and Kevin established the Scholarship in honor of John and the many lives he touched.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicant must be a Fife High School student athlete that has participated in a minimum of one varsity sport  and completed the season.

  • Applicant must have demonstrated leadership or leadership potential in an activity or club during their time at Fife High School.

  • Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or better.

MCS - TRADES SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $2,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must plan on attending a vocational or technical school.

  • Preference given to those who plan to study HVAC or construction trade.

  • Applicants must include a statement explaining why they are choosing their trade.

MURREY FAMILY NURSING SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $1,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

  • Applicants must plan on pursuing an education in Nursing and Health Care

    • Preference will be given to those focusing on Pediatric Nursing.

BOB OQUIST MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

MINIMUM AWARD $1,000

NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

Robert Oquist was a teacher at Fife High School during the 1950's, 60's and 70's. He was also the Newspaper, Chess Club and Class advisor.  Mr. Oquist and his journalism students won many awards for their production of "The Trumpet".  Mr. Oquist loved chess, during his 30 years at Fife High School he tutored hundreds of students on the fine art of chess.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

JACK G. ROSENOW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $3,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

Jack G. Rosenow was a 1953 graduate from Fife High School and a scholarship recipient. He became a successful trial attorney and the lead partner in his law firm, which had offices in Tacoma and Seattle. Jack was an exceptionally hard worker who valued education and dedicated his life to a career helping others through the practice of law. This memorial scholarship supports one student with their first-year college expenses.     

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or better.

  • Applicant must NOT have any other family member that has received college degree, program, or certificate.

  • Applicants must be attending one of the following schools:

    • University of Washington

    • Washington State University

    • Western Washington University

    • Central Washington University

CINDY (SCHATZ) SAXWOLD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD 1,500
NUMBER OF AWARDS 2  

Cindy (Schatz) Saxwold was born on August 12, 1955, and along with many of her six siblings she spent most of her life living in the Milton area. Cindy graduated from Fife High School in 1973, where she was a very proud member of the drill team and made many lifelong friends.  Eventually, Cindy raised three children that attended and graduated from Fife High School.  As a mom, an aunt and a grandmother she spent countless hours each year helping in the classroom, being involved in the PTA, and attending sporting events for her kids, countless nieces and nephews and eventually grandchildren.  In addition, all her grandchildren have attended or are currently attending school in the Fife School District. This  community was extremely important to her and she believed in the importance of giving back to a community that had enriched her life. Cindy didn’t just believe in “Fife for Life”, she lived it.  

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must demonstrate service to community/school.

  • Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.

  • Applicants must include statement on What being part of Fife High School means to them

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

  • Applicants must include a typed essay (1,000 words or less) sharing how they have made a positive impact on their community or how their community has affected them in a positive way​​​.

WALTER SMITH HELPING HAND MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $500
NUMBER OF AWARDS 2

This scholarship was established in 2022 to honor the incredible life of Walter Smith, who embodied the virtues of community service, integrity, and serving as a positive role model for the youth of the Fife/Milton community. Walt gave so much of his time and boundless energy to FME Little League as both a Coach and a Board Member.  He was always the first to show up on Field Improvement Day and jump behind the plate when an emergency umpire was needed.  He was actively involved with many of the Fife High School sports programs as well, including fastpitch, volleyball, and basketball, all in which his daughter Claire excelled. Walter volunteered for countless Fife High Boosters fund raisers and was always the last to go home after the work was done.  Walt was also active in his church group and always willing to help anyone in need. He was a loving brother, husband, father, grandfather, and friend who was taken from our community too soon but left a lasting legacy of service and Trojan Pride!

RUTHIE SMYTHE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $1,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must plan on attending a vocational/technical school.

    • Preference given to applicants pursuing an education in Cosmetology.

TWIN LAKES CHIROPRACTIC/YEE FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $1,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 2

This scholarship, while not a memorial scholarship is a Legacy Scholarship. The Yee Family have committed to supporting Fife High School seniors who chose to further their education, for decades to come. Palmer graduated from FHS in 2022, Elizabeth will graduate in 2024 and Owen will graduate in 2027. We, as a family are committed to supporting our community and to live our lives with service. 

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must demonstrate service to community/school.

  • Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.

UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN'S FUND SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $2,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must demonstrate financial need.

  • Applicants must be active in community service.

  • Applicants must include information on why you consider yourself qualified to receive this scholarship.

JOHN VOGEL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $500
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

This scholarship was established in 2022 by the Vogel Family to honor the legacy of John Vogel.  John was well known for his generosity, integrity, love of learning, entrepreneurial spirit, his talents as a home remodeler and respect for the trades, and wholehearted service to his family, church and community.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must demonstrate:

    • Personal interests, values and passions that would reflect the legacy of John Vogel as described above.

    • Accomplishments that exemplify the applicant's drive, initiative or committed effort. These can be personal, academic, athletic, advocacy or work-related efforts or achievements.

    • Personal goals that demonstrate the applicant's ambition, drive and/or passion and how their post-secondary program will support those goals.

    • Service that has had a significant impact on the applicant's school, workplace, religious and/or local community.

DOMINIC YARRINGTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
MINIMUM AWARD $5,000
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

Dominic Yarrington attended Fife/Milton schools from elementary through high school, where he was very involved in school activities and excelled in athletics. After graduating in 1989, he attended the University of Idaho for one year and then transferred to Eastern Washington University, where he earned a football scholarship. He graduated in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in education and later went on to earn a master’s degree. Dominic was a high school teacher and coach for 20 years. He left education in 2014 for the insurance industry, fulfilling his dream of becoming a successful business owner. His wife Susan and their son Dustin established this scholarship in 2022 in loving memory of Dominic.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must be a student athlete.

  • Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

  • Preference given to applicants pursuing a degree in Education or Business.

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WAZZU BOUND SCHOLARSHIP 
MINIMUM AWARD $1,500 ($750 Per Semester)
NUMBER OF AWARDS 1

This Scholarship MUST be applied for through the Fife High School Scholarship Foundation.
The Foundation Selection Committee will nominate one applicant from those received, that meet the
specified criteria, and forward to an outside selection committee.

  • Applicants must be a senior graduating from Fife High School.

  • Applicants must have been accepted and will attend Washington State University in Fall of 2024.

  • Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better.

  • Applicants must demonstrate financial need (Copy of WSU financial aid award summary needs to be provided)

  • Applicants must include:

    • Essay on "How a WAZZU education would impact your life"

    • Two (2) letters of recommendation from teachers or community leaders

    • Copy of your transcript through Fall

    • Photo of yourself (Preferred Size 3x5)

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