Mechanicsburg Area School District
AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS
Each year the Upper Allen Woman's Club Foundation awards several $2,500 scholarships to Mechanicsburg High School seniors. Working with the Mechanicsburg Senior High guidance counselors, a committee of club members selects the recipients. The Upper Allen Woman’s Club GFWC also gives eleven $150 awards (one for each subject area). Department teachers select the recipient. The scholarship/awards are then presented at the May awards evening.
Upper Allen Woman's Club GFWC and the Upper Allen Woman’s Club Foundation jointly present the Mechanicsburg Middle School Award to a female eighth grade student at the end of the first, second, and third marking periods. The recipient of this award is selected by members of the middle school staff on the basis of her academic achievement, improvement, and participation in extracurricular activities. She receives a gift certificate to Barnes and Noble from the club and a plaque from the foundation. The winner and her parents are invited to attend the general meeting immediately following the end of the marking period.
UPPER ALLEN WOMAN’S CLUB FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Applications due by April 15, 2021
2021 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
Are you a MASH senior, parent, grandparent, friend, or neighbor of a MASH senior? The Upper Allen Woman’s Club Foundation Scholarship application has just been released. This year the club is awarding a $2,500 scholarship to a senior who has been accepted by an institution of higher study or to a senior who plans to earn an associate's degree, diploma or certificate at a trade or technical school or community college. Seniors must also meet the criteria outlined in the scholarship application form. Visit the Mechanicsburg High School Counseling Center for an application or download the form below. Applications are due no later than April 15. Over the past years, the UAWC Foundation has awarded $25,000 to students.
2021 AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
The Upper Allen Woman's Club GFWC and the Upper Allen Woman's Club Foundation presented eleven subject awards and one scholarship at the annual Senior Awards Night in May.
$150 was presented to each of the subject award winners from the Upper Allen Woman’s Club GFWC. The $2,500 scholarship was presented from the Upper Allen Woman’s Club Foundation.
The following students were honored with Subject Awards from Upper Allen Woman’s Club:
Health, Safety & Physical Education – Todd Feil
Business, Communications, & Information Technology – Jackson Baldini
Tech Education – Briley Bowerman
Family and Consumer Sciences – Steven Cahill
Science – Nathan Hoover
English – Remy Murray
Math – Nathan Hoover
Social Studies – Isaiah Zercher
Art – Isaiah Walseman
Music – Marissa Duggan
World Languages – Morgan Ford
Upper Allen Woman’s Club Foundation Scholarship Recipient 2021:
Harleen Kaur. $2,500 will be sent to Thomas Jefferson University on Harleen's behalf.
MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT OF THE QUARTER
The Upper Allen Woman's Club GFWC presents the Mechanicsburg Middle School Award quarterly to a female student who consistently strives for academic improvement, achievement, and participation in extracurricular activities.
STUDENT OF THE 1ST QUARTER
Keely Brown, an eighth-grade student at the Mechanicsburg Middle School, was recognized as the 1st grading period recipient of the Mechanicsburg Middle School Award from the Upper Allen Woman’s Club GFWC. Keely’s favorite subject is science and is active in the Multicultural Coalition Club, Harry Potter Club and MMS Volleyball. She participates in gymnastics and is on the Y volleyball team. She enjoys crafts, cooking and baking. Keely is the daughter of Meghan and Peter Brown. She was presented a certificate and a Barnes and Noble gift card. Congratulations, Keely!
STUDENT OF THE 2ND QUARTER
Ava Shingle, an eighth-grade student at the Mechanicsburg Middle School, was recognized as the 2nd marking period recipient of the Mechanicsburg Middle School Award from the Upper Allen Woman’s Club GFWC. Ava’s favorite subject is history and is active in the Technology Education program. She participates in American Heritage Girls and enjoys gardening, reading, hiking, and chess. Ava is the daughter of Nicole and Andrew Shingle. She was presented a certificate and a Barnes and Noble gift card. Congratulations, Ava!