Scholarships Due Today!

Seniors, Tooele high school has been given two $1,000 scholarships for students involved in business or music.  We have also been given a $500 scholarship to someone that has overcome adversity or is still in that process.  Turn your applications into Mrs. Dangerfield today!

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Application: AL England Business 2019 or from Mrs. Dangerfield in the Counseling Office
Deadline:  April 23, 2019
-Applicants post-high school plans include a profession in business.
-Applicant is involved in one of the following activities–teacher assistant in a school office, working internship, or work-based learning in a business.
-Applicant’s high school classes include an emphasis in business courses or an emphasis in the A+ Certification program.
-Applicant has received awards or recognition in business.
-Applicant is a positive role model.
-Application, resume, transcript, essay.
Award:  $1,000

Application: A.L. England Music Scholarship 2019 or from Mrs. Dangerfield in the Counseling Office
Deadline: April 23, 2019
-Applicant has been in a music program all four years of high school.
-Applicant performs in Tooele High School music program contests each year.
-Applicant has received awards for musical accomplishments that are not related to an ancillary role such as flag carrier.
-Applicant is actively involved in their community, school, or volunteers on a regular basis.
-Applicant is faithful in participation, support and effort in a music program.
-Applicant provides voluntary help beyond the required classroom/performance time.
-Applicant mentors other music students.
-Applicant is a positive role model.
-Applicant shows continuing improvement each year while in a music program.
-Applicant is not necessarily a top musician, but has the potential to become an accomplished musician.
Award: $1,000

Application: Milne Scholarship 2019
Deadline: April 23, 2019
-Senior at Tooele High School
-Minimum 3.0 GPA
-Accepted to a post-secondary institution either college or technical school
-Overcome or still coping with adversity
-Plan to work while completing a post-secondary education
Award: $500

Lincoln J. Powers Memorial Scholarship

$1,500 from Powers Family

Seniors, once again the wonderful family of Lincoln J. Powers is offering up to a $1,500 scholarship to a student who pledges to live a life like Lincoln did. The application deadline is in two weeks on May 1st.

“Lincoln graduated from Tooele High School in May of 2017, nine short months later, he was killed in a car accident after just turning 19 years old. Lincoln was a high performing athlete and had offers to play college football. He was a running back in football, a forward/guard in basketball and played third base in baseball. If you were fortunate enough to know Lincoln, you probably thought he was your best friend, because that’s how Lincoln treated everyone. His name was in the newspaper and on television all the time because of his accomplishments but he never let that go to his head. He was a leader who loved his family, teammates, friends, and school. Lincoln continued giving to those around him as he donated his organs after his death.”

“We, as Lincoln’s family, are looking to award this scholarship to someone who will #livelikelincoln. Someone who will go forward and live a full and rewarding life and who will always remember to be a kind and humble leader who makes everyone around them feel like they are important and special.”

Click the link below to apply for the scholarship.

Application: Lincoln J. Powers Scholarship Application
Deadline: May 1, 2019
-Senior at Tooele High School
Award: $1,500