Scholarship Application

Chariton Valley is excited to offer four local scholarships in the amount of $500 each and a $500 Technology Scholarship again this year.  In addition, Chariton Valley also partners with the Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) with a $2,500 national scholarship opportunity. One application makes you eligible for both opportunities.  The FRS seeks to sustain and enhance the quality of life throughout rural America by advancing an understanding of rural telecommunications issues. Through its various programs and initiatives, FRS strongly supports the continuing education of rural youth.  Applications are due to Chariton Valley by February 9, 2019.

2018 Scholarship Application

Sidney Marek

Sidney, a graduate of Salisbury High School, was awarded a $2,500 FRS Scholarship. Sidney is the daughter of Darin and Jeri Marek. She plans to attend Missouri State University and major in Athletic Training.

Leah Hinkle

Leah, a graduate of Salisbury High School, was awarded a $2,500 FRS Scholarship. Leah is the daughter of Kent and Heather Hinkle. She plans to attend Missouri State University and major in Health Sciences.

With congratulations to these future leaders, Chariton Valley presents a brief profile of our 2018 Chariton Valley Scholarship recipients.

Sadie Adkins

Sadie, a graduate of Atlanta High School, is the daughter
of Shawn and Stephanie Adkins. She plans to attend State University
and major in Earth Science Education.

Allison Binder

Allison, a graduate of Salisbury High School, is the daughter of Travis and Andrea Binder. She plans to attend Northwest Missouri State University Maryville and major in Agriculture Business.

Owen Thornburg

Owen, a graduate of Westran High School, is the son of Matthew and Diane Thornburg. He plans to attend Moberly Area Community College, then transfer to State Tech to study Biomedical Engineering Technology.

Laura White

Laura, a graduate of Salisbury High School, is the daughter of Todd and Tricia White. She plans to attend the University of Alabama and major in Nursing.

Kellen Robertson

Kellen, a graduate of Bucklin High School, is the daughter of Vernon and Karmen Robertson. She plans to attend the University of Missouri Columbia and major in Health Sciences/Pre-Medicine.

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