Eastlake Girl's Soccer: Scholarships

Phyllis J. Kirkpatrick Scholarship
The Phyllis J. Kirkpatrick Scholarship was established in honor of Phyllis Kirkpatrick, who passed away August 23, 2002. Phyllis was a woman full of spirit, generosity, and a true love for the game of soccer. Her involvement in the sport as a coach, player, fan and friend was an inspiration to many.
This scholarship is awarded annually to a senior girl who has played soccer on any of the teams at Eastlake High School. Candidates must also meet criteria consisting of recommendations, community service, leadership, an essay, and a minimum overall G.P.A. of 2.5. Applications are due April 20 and available in the Eastlake High School Counseling Center office.

    2003   Samantha Hufford
    2004   Molly Nelson
    2005   Lynde Moffat
    2006   Caitlin Differding
    2007   Kati Sawchuk
    2008   Molly Hill
    2009   Kristin Dorr

Wednesday, June 10
Pride of the Pack Scholarship

 The "Pride of the Pack" Scholarship was established in 2009, and the committee awards one $500.00 scholarship annually (per adequate EHS Girls  Soccer Booster available funding.)

Graduating seniors who have actively participated in the Eastlake High School Girls Soccer Program as a player/manager/trainer for at least two seasons in the last four years and one of those seasons is during their senior year, and who have met college entrance requirements.  Applicants must have an academic GPA of 3.0 or higher and be in good standing at time of the award.

Criteria for Consideration:
1.   Must have demonstrated a strong history of soccer involvement.
2.   Academic standing
3.   Teacher evaluations
4.    Extracurricular activities
5.    Participation in Community Service/Volunteer Programs
6.    Essay: Submit a typewritten narrative of no more than 1,000 words describing how soccer has influenced your character, discipline, teamwork, leadership and self-esteem.

Completed applications must be submitted to the EHS Counseling Office no later than April 15th of the current school year

2009 Diana Pollack