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Congratulations to the BHS Class of 2021

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Congratulations to the Bolivar High School Class of 2021 BEAF scholarship recipients.

 

The Bolivar Educational Advancement Foundation (BEAF) recently awarded more than $33,000 in scholarships to 2021 Bolivar High School graduates.

 

This year’s recipients include:

 

Bolivar High School Class of 1966 Scholarship ($750)             

Luke Sergent 

 

Kyla Ann Quennoz Memorial Scholarship ($750)                                               

Ashtyn Trotter

                                                                                  Cecil and Faye Wollard Agriculture Scholarship ($1000)

Lauren Harrill

 

Jerry and Neta Gallivan Scholarship ($3200) 

Megan Roberts

 

Zumwalt Scholarship ($650)

Jacob Darby

 

Jimmy Kelly Memorial Scholarship ($800) 

Isaac Jenkins

 

Lloyd and Martha Morgan Memorial Scholarship ($425)          

Andrew Bunn

 

Class of 64 Scholarship ($650) 

Claire Green

 

Butler Scholarship ($300)

Justin Vance

 

Francis Williams Scholarship ($125)

Hunter Davis

 

Synda L. Douglas Memorial Scholarship ($1300 each)

Eliana Nuńez 

Paige Martin (2019 graduate)

 

Patterson Scholarship (top 2 ranked Seniors) $1500 each

Jacob Darby

Hannah Goughnour

Carson Scholarships ($1,000 per year)
Jacob Darby
Hallie Tucker
Megan Roberts
Hunter Davis
Issac Jenkins
Lizbeth Maldonado
Ashtyn Trotter
Rylie Hardin
Noemi Moreno

Mitchell Scholarships ($550 per year)
Faith Genovese
Noemi Moreno
Jacob Darby

 

Schooley Scholarships ($500) 

Luciano Astone

Megan Austin

Jacob Darby

Isaac Jenkins

Crystal Khor

Harley Mincks

Taylor Northern

Paige Price

Nataley Redd-Crites

Megan Roberts

Dreven Sharp

Emily Sokolik

Cora Stimpson

Chauntel Thurmond

Ashtyn Trotter

Justin Vance

Alexandria Wells

From our founder
BEAF was originally created to purchase property that was leased by the Bolivar R-1 School District on behalf of the Exceptional Cooperative of the Ozarks. While the purpose of the Foundation has always been to assist the Bolivar R-1 School District, its teacher, its students and its graduates who are pursuing higher educational opportunities, the scope of services provided by the Foundation has greatly expanded over the years. Today, its primary focus is to provide scholarships through funds designated by donors to assist Bolivar School graduates with the costs of attending a college, university, vocation or trade school; and a growing program also provides scholarships from unrestricted funds to assist needy students of Bolivar High School who wish to dually enroll in both high school and a local cooperating college or university. BEAF administers more than $2 million in restricted scholarship funds and more than $200,000 in unrestricted funds that are available in the discretion of the Board to assist the district and its teachers to enhance the learning tools available to the students of the District, and from which dual enrollment scholarships are allocated.

~ Kerry Douglas,
founding member and President of the BEAF Board of Directors
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About BEAF

Bolivar Educational Advancement Foundation was created in 1991 for the purpose of funding programs and projects for the Bolivar R-1 Schools. Independent from Bolivar R-1 Schools, the Bolivar Educational Advancement Foundation provides classroom grants as well as dual enrollment courses and scholarships for Bolivar High School graduates. For more information, or to give to the Bolivar Educational Advancement Foundation visit bolivarschoolsfoundation.org.

 

The Class of 2020 received $2 million+ in scholarships. BEAF is proud to be among the many organizations providing scholarships to these students. To learn more about setting up a scholarship for future generations at Bolivar High School, contact us at 417-326-5261.