Ron Iverson Scholarship

The Ron Iverson Scholarship was established in 2015 by the family of Ron Iverson, who taught at Central Middle School in Eden Prairie for many years.

Ron lived to inspire his students’ love of learning. He took particular joy in those times when he could help students thrive in school while overcoming challenges outside the classroom.Ron-Iverson

Are You a Good Potential Applicant?

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

  • Attend any post-secondary school in the fall following graduation (including public and private – technical schools, 2-year colleges and 4-year colleges)
  • Has a grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
  • Is overcoming challenges in pursuing that post-secondary education. Examples are students whose families are recent immigrants, do not have a history of post-secondary education, are financially challenged, or are overcoming a death or illness in the family.

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.

Current and Past Recipients:

  • 2021 Arianna Hernandez-Goncalves
  • 2020 Michael Pashina
  • 2019 Nathan Bellefeuille
  • 2018 Joey Kolleh
  • 2017 Jack Madison
  • 2016 Olivia Henstein


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