Fine Arts scholarships
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- Genevieve Edmee Lenz Guldner Kansas University Fine Arts ScholarshipThis scholarship is for graduating high school students who are applying to the Kansas University Fine Arts School. The first priority will be given to high school graduates in Barton County, Missouri and the second priority to graduating seniors in Southwest Missouri.
- Daniel Family Memorial Scholarship FundThis scholarship is open to graduates from Fremont Senior High School or Archbishop Bergan High School who are planning to pursue an area of study in the arts: theatre, music, dance, literary or visual arts.
- Fremont Area Art Association Hazel Keene Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is for current year graduating high school seniors from the Fremont and/or Dodge County area who are planning to major in art.
- K.S. Farris Memorial Art ScholarshipThis scholarship is for graduating seniors in Dodge, Saunders, or Washington Counties or DC West High School who are enrolling at a four year college or university as an Art major or in an art school.
- North Augusta Artists Guild Visual Arts ScholarshipThis is awarded annually to a graduating high school senior, who is pursuing a major or minor college degree in the visual arts defined as drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed media, photography, graphic arts and art education.
- Occupational/Physical Therapy ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to two students, who are in financial need and have been accepted or are attending an accredited school of occupational therapy (including art, music, or physical therapy).
- P Buckley Moss Foundation for Children's EducationThis award is given annually to one high school senior with a verified financial need, a verified language-related learning difference, visual arts talent, acceptance to an accredited four-year college or university or two-year community college, and has the intent to pursue a career in a visual arts field.
- Richard and Elizabeth Dean ScholarshipThe Richard and Elizabeth Dean Scholarship awards two scholarships in the preferred amount of $5,000 each year for up to four consecutive years to graduating high school students. Scholarship recipients will pursue an undergraduate degree in American Studies at an accredited institution in the United States.