Established - 2004
Purpose & Criteria.......
scholarship program is intended to enable graduates of Woodinville High
School to pursue study at specific four-year institutions selecting from a
specified number of fields of study.
Candidates will attend Washington State University,
Seattle University, or Eastern, Central or Western Washington University.
Candidates will be interested in pursuing majors in architecture, business
administration, engineering, veterinary medicine, science or teaching. The
qualifying GPA must be at least 3.0 and candidates must be U.S. citizens.
Application and Selection...
standard Northshore School District scholarship application. Finalists will be interviewed by the
scholarship committee of the Woodinville Rotary Club.
Arvid and Louise Pride
on the occasion of their
50th wedding anniversary
The scholarship program was established as part of a bequest to the
Foundation by the estate of Arvid K. Pride of Woodinville.
and Mrs. Pride were long-time residents of Woodinville. Their son, Doug,
was a 1962 graduate of Bothell High School. He died of cancer in the
summer following his graduation.
scholarships may be renewable up to three additional years.
Conditions for renewal include maintaining a 3.0 GPA in college
and declaration of an acceptable major within a time frame that
will permit university graduation within four or five years of
Woodinville High School
Attending Washington State University
to prepare for elementary school teaching
Receiving Renewals in
Entering his second year at Washington State
in landscape architecture
Entering her second year at Western Washington
Entering her third year at Washington State
in public relations and communications
of the Pride Family Scholarship