The Windermere Foundation Scholarship is designed to encourage and recognize eligible students who show determination in seeking to continue their education, in conjunction with contributing to society through various forms of community service, especially regarding the homeless or those at risk of becoming homeless. Priority is given to those students who themselves are at risk financially and without the help of the Foundation might not continue their education. Students need not attend a four-year college or university to receive this scholarship; any form of continuing education (such as trade/vocational programs, technical colleges, etc.) will be considered for the scholarship. It is the Foundation’s belief that continued education is but one of the ways we at the Foundation can contribute to the eradication of homelessness in our community.
$6000 will be awarded in amounts up to $2000 at the discretion of the Oak Harbor Windermere Foundation Scholarship committee.
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Thank you for your interest, the deadline is April 30th, 2021. The committee is deliberating and will announce the deserving recipients of the scholarship soon.
...entered as a junior at UW after completing the running start program at Skagit Valley College while in high school. Pursuing a nursing degree.
...attends UW and is pursuing a degree in pre-health sciences, preparing to go to WSU for a Veterinary Medicine degree in the future.
... is attending UW and is pursuing a degree in architecture.
... is a 3-time recipient of the Windermere scholarship. She graduated from Skagit Valley College in June 2020 and is now pursuing a nursing degree at UW.
The Oak Harbor Windermere Foundation is proud to present the (first) of our five scholarship winners for 2019. Jessica has been a soccer and track athlete as well as a stellar scholar and leader at Oak Harbor High School the past four years. She will attend Seattle Pacific University in the fall and plans to major in Pre-Med with a minor in Psychology. We’re proud to help Jessica on the journey ahead of her!
…..struggled in school the first years of his high school career but made a big turnaround in his academic and social life last year. He will attend Bellingham Technical Institute in the fall and will enroll in the welding program there. We believe the future is bright for Mason and we’re thrilled to partner with him and his family!
….has demonstrated personal grit over the past couple years, helping her mother through some difficult challenges. Her ability to rise above the challenges she has faced in school and in her life will definitely help her succeed as she begins taking courses toward a Nursing degree at Skagit Valley College in the fall. We can’t wait to see where Elica’s dreams take her!
….was heavily involved in service organizations at Oak Harbor High School, captain of the varsity baseball team, and held an A- average throughout his four years at OHHS. He will attend Seattle University in the fall and plans to major in Exercise Science and minor in Biology. We believe the coming years will help Donny develop into the great potential we see in him!
…. is a repeat winner of an Oak Harbor Windermere Foundation Scholarship. Seeing the dedication she has made to working hard, overcoming many financial challenges while taking a rigorous schedule at Skagit Valley College, we are happy to continue supporting her journey toward a Nursing degree in the next year.