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Falcon Athletic Booster Club $1500 2023 Scholarship

 

Senior Athletes, please check to make sure you meet the scholarship criteria listed below, then download the application.


Applications are due May 1st, 2023. Scans or copies of signed applications with essays can be emailed to:

 

Or mailed to:

FAB Scholarship
PO Box 2983
Woodinville, WA 98072



Scholarship Criteria:

-A graduating senior who has participated in at least one sport at Woodinville High School, demonstrated inspirational leadership and commitment, and has not received $1500 or more annually in NCAA or NAIA athletic scholarships.

 

-Participation in extracurricular activities and/or community service or other sports or employment where they have demonstrated citizenship and leadership skills.

 

-Academic performance will be considered.

 

-Must attend a college, university, community college or vocational school following graduation.

 

-The parent or guardian who signs the application must be a current paid FAB member.

 

-Scholarship Application completed and received by May 1st, 2023.

 

For the 2022* fillable scholarship application Click Here (save to your computer to fill out in Adobe reader)

*We will post the 2023 application as soon as it is avaliable, but will accept a submission on the old 2022 application in the meantime.  

 

2022 Recipients: 

Logan Johnson

Runner up Award: Aidan Robb and Simon Swan

 

2021 Recipients: 

Lexi Fulkerson and Ethan Macias-Deham 

 

2020 Recipients: 

Zoe Friedman and Brody Soedel 

Runner up Award: Reese Glick 

 

2019 Recipients

Molly Taketa and Jackson Messmer

Runner up Award: Mikaelie Sullivan and Evan Riseland

 

2018 Recipients

Katrina Springer and Nick Hastings

Character Award: Ben Pryor

 

2017 Recipients 

Gina Wyner and Michael Roth

 

2016 Recipients 

Kelcie Urstad and AJ Schramm

 

Congratulations to scholarship awardees! Because of your leadership skills, community service, athleticism, and dedication to academics, you have made Woodinville VERY proud!