Northshore Scholarship Foundation

Paul Michael Roberts Memorial  

Scholarship
Opportunities


Scholarships for those planning to follow a specific career path, including


Art
Athletics
Auto Technology
Aviation
Business
Communications
Drama
Health Services
Music
Nursing
Teaching

Scholarship opportunities for those interested in more general fields of academic study and vocational preparation are provided through these memorials:

Anderson
Beckstrom
Betsey
Blakely

BJ Brown
Cook

Forys

Foundation Memorial

Gardner

Hart
Haynes
Inglemoor
Karp

Kaysner-Rivergrove

Keener
Knowles
Lee

Livengood
Lorey

Love
Matthews

Munro
Pride

Sanford

Suarez

T-Mac Award
Weed
Workman

R.C. Worthington, Jr. 
Y
oung

 

 

Additional scholarships are offered by the following organizations:

BHS Alumni
BHS Faculty
Kiwanis Club
Northshore Rotary
Woodinville Rotary

 

Endowment Established - 2000...by family and friends.

Purpose & Criteria....... To assist a High School senior to pursue a career in music. The scholarship may be used at a 2-year college, a 4-year college, or a specialized music school. 

Application and Selection...Applicants should use the standard Northshore School District form and attach a student statement regarding career goals. The scholarship is open to all graduating seniors residing within the school district or attending one of the four district secondary schools. Selection will involve interviews.  

2015 Value....   $ 1,500

The memorial...
   This scholarship is dedicated to Paul's passion for life, his love of music, and the completion of his dream.

   Paul attended Kenmore Elementary, Kenmore Junior High, and Inglemoor High School, graduating in 1994. He was awarded an Associates Degree in music from Central College in McPherson Kansas, and a Business Degree from Northwest College in Kirkland. 

   Even as a baby, Paul was intrigued by music. He loved the rhythm, the words, and the instruments. Beginning first with pots and pans, then a rhythm set, Paul began making his own music. He played the piano by ear, preferring his own versions to those he learned in piano lessons. In fourth grade he learned to play the cello and then the electric guitar in junior high. Over time he added woodwinds, brass, flutes, and drums to his repertoire and his compositions, music and lyrics, covered a variety of musical genres.


2005 Recipient

Robert Collins
Inglemoor High School
Plans to work for a degree in music education 
at Central Washington University


2004 Recipient

Robbie DeLong
Bothell High School
Planned to attend Azusa Pacific in California


 

2003 Recipient

Joanne deMars
Woodinville High School
Intended to enroll at the University of Washington


 

Previous Recipients

   2002 - Veronica Reed
University of Washington - Music
2001 - Kristopher Barnes
Univ. Southern California - Music Theory
2000 - Collin Knight

Seattle University - English Literature

 

Paul Michael Roberts


2009 Recipient

Christopher Fredrickson
Bothell High School, Plans to attend
Central Washington University to major
in music education


2008 Recipient

Joseph Peterson
Bothell High School, attending
Julliard School of Music


2007 Recipient

Gordon Robbe
Woodinville High School, attending
University of Puget Sound

 


2006 Recipient

Sarah Pizzichemi
Bothell High School
Plans to work for a degree in music 
at University of Texas-Austin.

 

 

 


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