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The Ethan C. Pauley Memorial Scholarships
The Ethan C. Pauley College Scholarship was established immediately after Ethan's death in January 2016. In May of 2016 & 2017, the Wheelersburg High School National Honor Society held the EP7 Soccer Shootout to assist in fundraising for this scholarship. Funds were also raised through the 2017 Powder Puff Football Game. We thank them for their hard work and dedication in holding these events to raise money for this scholarship fund. The Outreach has now taken over the fundraising aspect of this scholarship and will determine the best course to do so.
The College Scholarship is available to to any Wheelersburg High School graduating senior who meet the required criteria. We have now switched to a new online application format.
Scholarship funds are held and distributed through the Wheelersburg Public Schools. Applicants are selected through a process determined by the Ethan C. Pauley Memorial Scholarship Board.
Six college scholarships were awarded to Ethan's Class of 2016 and totaled $3,500.00. Four scholarships were awarded to the Classes of 2017, 2018 and 2019 for $2,500.00. More recently, four scholarships were awarded to the Class of 2021, 2022, and 2023 for $2,000.00. A total of $17,000 within seven years have been awarded to selected applicants.
The 2023 College Scholarship Winners:
From L to R: Annie Coriell, Sydney Salyers, Madison Mays, and Jackson Schwamburger. Board Member Sydney Porter is on the right presenting the awards.
The Ethan C. Pauley Trade Scholarship is available to any high school senior graduating from the Scioto County Career Technical Center who meet the required criteria. Applications can be obtained from Sarah Sands at the CTC.
(2) $250 trade-specific tool scholarships are awarded to applicants. Scholarship funds are held and distributed through the Wheelersburg Public Schools. Applicants are selected through a process determined by the Ethan C. Pauley Memorial Scholarship Board.
Two trade scholarships were awarded to the Class of 2023. A total of $3,500 has been awarded to selected applicants from 2017-2023.
The 2023 Trade Scholarship Winners: Nathan Boggs of South Webster and Hannah Kellemeyer of Northwest. Nicholas graduated from the Industrial Maintenance Program, while Hannah graduated from the Electricity program.
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