SJPS Foundation Scholarships

Each scholarship is chaired by a Foundation Board member and three community members who thoroughly review each application and determine applicants to interview. After the interviews, recipients are selected. A difficult task for certain, as each applicant has strengths and worthy attributes.

~ Shawn Kim, Scholarship Chair

How We Award Scholarships
The SJPS Foundation awards nine (9) scholarships each spring to the SJHS Senior Class totaling $45,000. 
If you are interested in establishing a scholarship to benefit our remarkable students, please contact Executive Director, Sue Riemland
sjpsfoundation@sjschools.org
or 269-926-3252

Applications due by noon on Feb. 19, 2021 – no exceptions

 

 

Download:

2021 SJPS Foundation Common App

2020 Scholarship Recipients

Paul W. and Rose Suchovsky Memorial Scholarship

Edward Todd wishes to honor the memory of his mother and stepfather Paul and Rose Suchovsky by establishing this scholarship to assist graduating seniors from St. Joseph High School who wish to pursue a college degree in the field of business. Paul and Rose Suchovsky were business people and entrepreneurs who appreciated the important role business plays in building communities and providing opportunity for people. This scholarship is intended to recognize the excellence and leadership of St. Joseph High School students who wish to apply those traits to the study of business.

Steven Markert

Michigan Tech or University of Michigan

Briggs Mosher

Virginia Tech University

Paige Pierce

University of Michigan

Cole Riedel

Grand Valley State University

Chloe Russell

Illinois Institute of Technology

Eileen Spiegel

University of Michigan or Claremont McKenna College

Believe in Yourself Scholarship

 

The Gerbel and Kodis families have established a scholarship to help assist graduating seniors from St. Joseph High School who wish to further their education by attending college.  As longtime members of the community, The Gerbel and Kodis families feel strongly about providing this opportunity for St. Joseph High School students.  They would like to recognize students who have displayed a passion for learning, who have a desire to succeed, and who want to build on the foundation that they received through the St. Joseph Public Schools. 

Alex Taylor

DePauw University

Leah Terry

Clemson University

Yeager Family Foundation Scholarship

 

The Yeager Family Foundation has established a scholarship to help assist graduating seniors from St. Joseph High School who wish to further their education by attending college.  As longtime members of the community, the Yeagers feel strongly about providing this opportunity for St. Joseph High School students.  The Yeagers would like to recognize students who have displayed a passion for learning, who have a desire to succeed, and who want to build on the foundation that they received through the St. Joseph Public Schools. 

Zack Kreiner

Loyola University Chicago