Four RSHS Students Earn $4K Scholarships
Press release from Ohio County Community Foundation
(Rising Sun, Ind.) – Four Rising Sun High School students have been named recipients of the Ohio County Community Foundation Scholarship for 2012.
Hannah Crouch, Jaclyn Kolodzik, Alex Oser and Haley O’Shaughnessy will each receive a $4,000 scholarship for being named Ohio County Community Foundation Scholars. The scholarship will be paid up to $1,000 a year over four consecutive years of study and may be used at any post-secondary educational institution such as a technical school, a community college or a four-year college or university.
The three Rising Sun High School seniors were awarded the Ohio County Community Foundation Scholarship for being selected out of a pool of eighteen applicants as one of the five finalists of the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship process. The Ohio County Community Foundation Board of Directors and the Ohio County Community Foundation Scholarship Selection Committee recognizes the effort put into the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship application process by those students advancing to the interview process. The scholarship was established, in 2000, by the Ohio County Community Foundation Board of Directors to provide the financial means to assist those students in their pursuit of a higher education. Since 2000, the Ohio County Community Foundation has awarded a total of $129,000 to forty-two Rising Sun High School students receiving the scholarship.
Hannah Crouch is the daughter of Archie & Regina Crouch; Jaclyn Kolodzik is the daughter of Daniel Kolodzik and Martha Jane Weaver; Alex Oser is the son of Jeffrey Oser and DeAnna Williams; and Haley O’Shaughnessy is the daughter of John O’Shaughnessy and Irene O’Shaughnessy.
The Ohio County Community Foundation would like to congratulate these four outstanding Rising Sun High School students on their achievement.