Originally established in June 2013, as an outgrowth of their 40th high school class reunion, Class of 1973 offer this scholarship to honor a student who exemplifies the “spirit” of EPHS. The recipient of this scholarship must demonstrate his/her dedication to EPHS through success in academics, active involvement and leadership in extra-curricular activities, and commitment to volunteerism. Additionally, the applicant must intend to pursue a major in the people helping profession of Social Work or Psychology/Counseling.
Are You a Good Potential Applicant?
This scholarship is awarded to a graduating Eden Prairie High School senior who will:
- Attend a 4 year post secondary school in the field of Social Work or Psychology/Counseling.
- Actively participates in school, community and voluntary activities
- Maintains a minimum grade point average of 3.5
- Demonstrates initiative and leadership in his/her academics, extra-curricular involvements, and voluntary efforts
Award Amount: One-time award of $1,000, non-renewable.
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 of Noel-Karulf Class of 1973 Spirit Scholarship
Current & Past Recipients:
- 2020 Jadan Morgan Fix
- 2019 Nealeigh Carbone
- 2018 Rachelle Johnson
- 2017 Brendan Weed
- 2016 Noelle Ballantine
- 2015 Jon Mehlhaus
- 2014 Abbey Wright