2022 College Scholarship Recipients
Madeline Ahearn and Kyle Hawkins each received $5,000 toward their college education as the 2022 recipients of the CVSA College Scholarship Award Program. View the 2022 press release.
2021 College Scholarship Recipients
CVSA awarded five incoming college freshmen with $1,000 each to be used toward their college tuition. Congratulations to Emma Connelly, Kimani Green, Juliet Hernandez, Ryan Savage and Andrew Wozniack. View the 2021 press release.
2020 College Scholarship Recipients
CVSA would like to congratulate Jonah Cote, Margaret Meland, Nicholas Parks, Sarah Smith and Addison Stailey. These five outstanding students were awarded $1,000 each as part of CVSA’s college scholarship award program. View the 2020 press release.
2019 College Scholarship Recipients
CVSA awarded $1,000 scholarships to five deserving high school seniors to attend the college of their choice. Brendan Dowling will attend Biola University; William Farris was accepted to the University of Alabama; Kathryn Kelley will attend Southwest Baptist University; Reagan Miller plans to attend Dallas Baptist University; and Marissa Snapp was accepted to Emory and Henry College. View the 2019 press release.
2018 College Scholarship Recipients
CVSA awarded $1,000 scholarships to three deserving high school seniors to attend the college of their choice. Alan Hansel will attend Temple University; Macy Lott will attend East Central Community College; and Lauren Osias will attend the University of Kentucky. View the 2018 press release.
2017 College Scholarship Recipients
CVSA awarded $1,000 scholarships to high school graduates Caleb Claycamp, Cole Metcalfe and Kyle Thomas to attend the college of their choice. Caleb Claycamp will attend Iowa Western Community College; Cole Metcalfe will attend Emory University; and Kyle Thomas will attend the University of Virginia. View the 2017 press release.
2016 College Scholarship Recipients
CVSA awarded six $500 scholarships to deserving high school graduates to attend the college of their choice. Erin Sumfleth will attend the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York; Taylor Jarrett will attend Texas State University; Jasper Winters will attend the University of Washington; Alexis Miller will attend Northern Arizona University; Allison Rivett will attend the University of Saskatchewan; and Desiree Schippers will attend Kansas State University. View the 2016 press release.