Mountain View School District Scholarships
The following scholarships are managed by The Community Foundation. Applications are available in the Guidance Office, or by clicking on the link below.
Jack Brainard Memorial Scholarship:
Established by the family of Jack Brainard to assist a graduate of Mountain View High School who will attend college or a post-secondary degree program to major in art or music. The scholarship award for 2013 is $300.
Cindi Conaty Memorial Scholarship:
Established by Susquehanna County District Attorney, Jason Legg, in honor of his mother to provide a college or post-secondary degree program scholarship for a student from one of the six Susquehanna County High Schools who writes a winning essay explaining his or her pro-life stance and values and how those values have had an impact upon the student's life. The scholarship award for 2013 is $500.
Established by the family of Mr. Depew to provide a college scholarship for a diabetic student from one of the six Susquehanna County High Schools. The scholarship award for 2013 is $950.
Giana Foundation Scholarship Fund for the Visual and Performing Arts:
For a student in good standing who has exhibited a passion for the visual or performing arts and who will attend college or a post-secondary degree program to major in those fields. Scholarship award for 2013 is $5,000.
Kingsley Civic Club Scholarship:
Established by the Kingsley Civic Club to provide three annual college scholarships to Mountain View High School graduates who have maintained a 3.0 GPA in a college preparatory curriculum and who write winning essays regarding their greatest accomplishments in High School. The scholarship awards for 2013 are $550 for each student.
Established by the Mountain View School District Alumni Association in honor of Mr. Klenk, a long-time teacher and principal of the District. Provides a scholarship to a graduate who will attend college to pursue a degree in education. The scholarship award for 2013 is $500.
Montrose Business and Professional Women's Scholarship:
Provides a college scholarship to a graduate of a Susquehanna County high school who will further his or her education in preparation for entering the business or health care professions, or to an adult seeking further education. This scholarship will not be awarded in 2012 while the fund matures in value. Tax-deductible donations to the fund are always welcome.
Mountain View School District Alumni Association Scholarship:
Provides a college scholarship to a Mountain View student in good standing who will matriculate at college or a post secondary degree program. Two awards will be granted in 2013 for $1,400.
R.E.S.C.U.E. Benjamin B. Stone Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by the environmental organization "Return Susquehanna Country Under Ecology" to recognize Benjamin Stone's courageous and life-long efforts that both halted threatening pollution to our region and established the Susquehanna County Recycling Center. Two college scholarships are awarded each year and are available to Seniors from all of the High Schools in Susquehanna County and from Honesdale, Wallenpaupack Area, and Western Wayne High Schools in Wayne County who write winning essays addressing their past environmental interests and accomplishments and describing their future plans to protect the environment. Scholarship award for 2013 is $500.
The Margaret Stone Music Scholarship Endowment:
Established by Mrs. Stone, Houghton College class of '45, to assist a music major attending her alma mater. The scholarship award for 2013 is $900.
The Susquehanna County Christmas Basketball Tournament Scholarship:
Established by the school districts in Susquehanna County to provide college scholarships to students from the teams that participate in the Annual Susquehanna County Christmas Basketball Tournament every December.
Matthew Van Fleet Memorial Automotive Scholarship:
Established by Matthew's parents and his sister in memory of Matt who passed away in an automobile accident. The scholarship provides assistance to a student who will study automotive technology and who writes a winning 200-250 word essay addressing the following topics: why pursue training in the automotive field, describe the ultimate vehicle, envision the future of automotive technology, explain one's favorite recreational activity. The scholarship is available to students from all the school districts in Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties. The scholarship award for 2013 is $900.
James Zick Memorial Community Service Scholarship Fund
Established by the family of Mr. Zick, a long-time School Board Member of Mountain View School District, among other civic activities, to honor his passion for education and community service. Provides assistance to a Mountain View student who has exhibited civic involvement and writes a winning essay explaining future professional goals and plans for continued community service. The scholarship award for 2013 is $500.