Matheson Family Technical School Scholarship

The Matheson Family Technical School Scholarships were established in 2015 through the generosity of Paul and Bev Matheson.

These scholarships were created to expand opportunities for a post-secondary education for students pursuing a degree at a technical or vocational college. Scholarships will be awarded to two (2) students who demonstrate their desire for a technical or vocational education.

Are You a Good Potential Applicant?

This scholarship is awarded to a graduating Eden Prairie High School senior who will:

  • Attend any a program, at least 18 months in length that should lead to an associate’s or other technical degree.  Programs that lead to a 4 year program will also be considered but is not required.  This could include programs like dental technician or veterinarian technician, for example.

Award Amount:  One time award of $2,500, non-renewable to two (2) students.

How to Apply:

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. Email the application to Lizzie McNamara at She will direct students to the FEPS website to apply to that one.

Overview Matheson Family Technical School Scholarship

Current & Past Recipients:

  • 2021 Daniel Georgioff and Brendan Jennen
  • 2020 Alexa Lindgren and Valentin Bostan
  • 2019 Alex Garcia and Axel Garcia
  • 2018 Jared Boline and Morgan Mulligan
  • 2017 Agata Ilevic and Benjamin MacGibbon
  • 2016 Ikram Ali and Matthew Fischer
  • 2015 Amarjit (Amy) Mand and Christopher Wivholm

Thank You For Your Support!

It’s because of you, our donors and partners, that we can support Eden Prairie students.