The Bolivar High School Class of 2019 walked away with $31,125 in scholarships from the Bolivar Educational Advancement Foundation, according to a news release.

“The Foundation recognizes the achievement of these students and many others,” Kerry Douglas, BEAF founder and board president said in the release. “This year, the Bolivar Educational Advancement Foundation has awarded $31,125 in new scholarships. On behalf of the board, I wish the BHS Class of 2019 much success in their future endeavors and look forward to hearing how they’re making a positive impact in our world.”

BEAF was created in 1991 to fund programs and projects for the Bolivar R-1 School District. Independent from the district, the foundation provides classroom grants, as well as dual enrollment courses and scholarships for BHS graduates.  

Since 2015, BEAF has awarded over $144,000 in new scholarships to graduates, the release said. 

2019 recipients

Patterson Memorial Scholarship 

The Patterson Memorial Scholarship Fund was created by William E. Patterson in 1996 in memory of William K. and Neva F. Patterson for the purpose of awarding a one-time scholarship, valued at about $1,325 each, to the top two ranked students in each BHS graduating class.  

Tracy Hall and Corinne Ames were the recipients for the Bolivar High School Class of 2019. Hall plans to attend Missouri State University this fall and major in business. Ames plans to attend the University of Missouri-Columbia and major in biochemistry. 

Other recipients of BEAF scholarships for 2019 include the following BHS graduates: 

Cecil and Faye Wollard Agriculture Scholarship ($750)

  • Heather Bouling

Bolivar High School Class of 1966 Scholarship ($750)       

Mariah Barber

Kyla Ann Quennoz Memorial Scholarship ($550)

  • Jordan Paige Martin

Lloyd and Martha Morgan Memorial Scholarship ($400)

  • Cassidy Herbert

Zumwalt Scholarship ($600)

  • Jonathan Trout

Butler Scholarship ($300 for student going to OTC)

  • Kylin Sallee

Francis Williams Scholarship ($125)

  • Rachel Evans

Synda L. Douglas Memorial Scholarship ($1,250 each)

  • Elizabeth Burns
  • Jordan Paige Martin

Carl and Anna Carson Memorial Scholarship valued at $800

Mitchell Scholarship for $300 per year and renewable for 4 years

  • Corinne Ames (Carson and Mitchell)
  • Elizabeth Burns (Carson and Mitchell)
  • Rachel Evans (Carson and Mitchell)
  • Nicholas Genovese (Carson and Mitchell)
  • Gabrielle Hooper (Carson)
  • Journey Jones (Carson and Mitchell)
  • Raegan Kelly (Carson)
  • Jordan Paige Martin (Carson)
  • Tracen McKinney (Mitchell)
  • Eryn Spiegel (Carson and Mitchell)
  • Jonathan Trout (Carson and Mitchell)
  • Payton Wine (Carson and Mitchell)

Schooley Scholarships ($500)

  • Mattie Ashlock
  • Mariah Barber
  • Reed Forester
  • Trevor Conley
  • Rachel Evans
  • MacKenzie Hall
  • Gabrielle Hooper
  • Ian Jones
  • Carsyn Julien
  • Raegan Kelly
  • Lane Mashburn
  • Cheyanne Matlock
  • Tracen McKinney
  • Hannah Newcomb
  • Jonathan Noblitt
  • Divy Patel
  • Braden Rothdiener
  • Kylin Sallee
  • Alyson Thompson
  • Jonathan Trout
  • Hayden Tucker
  • Joey Vote

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