The family and friends of Christina Stolz established the Christina P. Stolz “Life Bandmates” Scholarship.
Christina Stolz was a 2011 graduate from Eden Prairie High School and was an active member of the Marching Band and several ensembles during her time at EPHS. The band was a significant source of pride for Christina and she developed close friendships as a result of her involvement with this wonderful community. She attended the U of MN as a Psychology major and joined the marching band and a number of ensembles while at school. She was an active volunteer at school, in the community and was willing to help anyone who was in need.
Are You a Good Potential Applicant?
This scholarship is awarded to a graduating Eden Prairie High School senior who:
- Was a member of the Eden Prairie High School Marching Band for 2 or more years;
- Serves as a positive role model to others and demonstrates a positive attitude;
- Will attend any post-secondary school in the fall following graduation (including public and private – technical schools, 2-year colleges and 4-year colleges)
Award Amount: One-time award of $1,000, non-renewable will be awarded.
How to Apply:
The application process will take place through Eden Prairie High School’s Multi-Scholarship Application process. Applications are open December through February. A committee will choose the recipient and the scholarship will be awarded at the EPHS Senior Community Scholarship Awards night in May.
Step 1: Get a letter of recommendation from a teacher. This scholarship requires a letter of recommendation. Letters of recommendation currently in Naviance will be used. If you do not have a letter of recommendation in Naviance, one must be uploaded by a teacher.
Step 2: Complete the application. Please complete the Multi-Scholarship application through EPHS’s online Naviance system. The system is available from December through February.
Overview Christina P. Stolz Life Bandmates Scholarship Criteria
Current and Past Recipients:
- 2021 Miles Whipkey
- 2020 Christian Gaston
- 2019 Dzao Vu
- 2018 Kathryn Workin
- 2017 Jacob King