The Republican Women of Prescott announced their 2021 RWOP Scholarship winners during a ceremony in May. They were awarded a total of $10,200 in tuition funding.
Funding for the scholarships came from RWOP’s year-long fundraising efforts, along with the Joseph and Peg Rhodes Endowment and a donation from Dr. Jason Campbell. The scholarship committee members are Marla Bassler, Bette Borst, Barbara Ernst, Michelle Warburton and Chair Jeff Hubley.
Prescott High School:
- Ellie Fenderson — Student body president, member of National Honors Society, volunteers at Prescott Animal Hospital. She plans to major in veterinary science at the University of Arizona.
- Kaelee Keppel — President of Academic Honors Club, communications officer of National Honors Society and student council member. She plans to major in kinesiology at Penn State.
- Olivia Muffley — Member of National Honors Society, plays volleyball and basketball, volunteers at YMCA and local church. She plans to major in nursing at the University of Alabama.
- Emma Tenney — Member of Mayor’s Youth Advisory Board and student representative on Prescott Unified School District board. She plans to major in psychology at Brigham Young University.
Tri-City College Prep:
- Elizabeth “Bizzie” Bower — Science honors student, plays basketball and volleyball and manages boys’ volleyball team. She plans to attend Asbury University.
- Tessa Dunn — Has 4.0-plus GPA at Tri City and Yavapai College, where she has earned 39 credits. Chair of Mayor’s Youth Advisory Board. She plans to major in secondary education at Grand Canyon University.
- Kaden Thiele — Maintains 4.0 GPA in high school and college courses, participates in National Honors Society. He plans to major in business administration at Brigham Young University.
Bradshaw Mountain High School:
- Peter Kelley — Senior class president, president and VP of DECA and qualified for DECA International. He plans to major in pre-law/political science at either Arizona State University or North Carolina State University.
Chino Valley High School:
- Arley Tucker — Secretary for FFA, cofounder and co-owner of Cowboy Gal Trading Company. She plans to major in business administration at Dixie State.
For more information visit rwop.info/scholarships