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SCHOLARSHIPS - YEAR 2017


At the 2017 Salem High School Annual Reunion and Banquet, 112 scholarships totaling $369,000 were awarded to Salem High School graduating students, alumni, and current students. Since 1908, more than $6.9 million has been given to more than 2700 recipients.


ACADEMIC MERIT SCHOLARSHIP 2017: The Salem High School Alumni Association awarded its first scholarship in 1908. Since then, it has given more than $6.5 million to more than 2500 recipients. Academic Merit Scholarships are awarded to eligible graduating Salem High School students who have a GPA of 3.5 or better.

Graduates with GPAs of 4.1 or higher received $6,800: (from left, front row) Kole Zellers, Samantha Wilson (back row) Ashtyn Morris, Nathan Guest, and Olivia Bachmeier. Per SHSAA Guidelines, Guest received a $5,100 Academic Merit Scholarship because he attended SHS three years. Each of the others received a $6,800 Academic Merit Scholarship.


Graduates with GPAs between 4.00 and 4.09 received $6,300: (from left, front row) Ayla Mroczkowski, Gabrielle Workman, Kobe Leininger, Anthony Anzevino, Joshua Andrews, Emma Minamyer, (back row) Taylor Sienerth, Emily Null, Zachary Martin, James Murray, Sidney Cushman, and Katelyn Dustman. Per SHSAA Guidelines, Leininger received a $4,725 Academic Merit Scholarship because he is receiving a tuition discount as the child of a college employee. Each of the others received a $6,300 Academic Merit Scholarship.


Graduates with GPAs between 3.90 and 3.99 received $5,800: (from left, front row) Corey Griffith, Grace Shockey, Hunter Fields, Barbara Gross, (back row) Kylie Quinn, Jon Gerace, Grant Austin, and Garrett Dickey. Per SHSAA Guidelines, Fields received a $4,350 Academic Merit Scholarship because he attended SHS three years, and Gross received a $2,900 Academic Merit Scholarship because she attended SHS two years. Each of the others received a $5,800 Academic Merit Scholarship.


Graduates with GPAs between 3.80 and 3.89 received $5,300: (from left, front row) Julieanna Fenton, Alexis Cresanto, McKenzie Martin (back row) Paige Jenkins, Katelynn Moore, and Collin Zimmerman.


Graduates with GPAs between 3.70 and 3.79 received $4,800: (from left, front row) are Janna Berger, Margaret Cull, Ashley Faulkner, (back row) Lucas Madison, Helene Shontz, and Kasey Jamison. Per SHSAA Guidelines, Janna Berger received a $3,600 Academic Merit Scholarship because she is receiving an Ohio Army National Guard Scholarship. Each of the others received a $4,800 Academic Merit Scholarship.


Graduates with GPAs between 3.60 and 3.69 received $4,300: (from left, front row ) Rase Shelhart, Clara Janofa, (back row) Erik Valiente, James Monigold, and Max Skidmore. Per SHSAA Guidelines, Monigold received a $3,225 Academic Merit Scholarship because his tuition is discounted as the child of a college employee. Each of the others received a $4,300 Academic Merit Scholarship.


Graduates with GPAs between 3.50 and 3.59 received $3,800: (from left, front row) Mary Bayda and Elizabeth Aukerman, (back row) Brandon James, Anthony Zubay, and Cory Wolfe.

$ 6,800Olivia Bachmeier '17;  Ashtyn Morris '17;  Samantha Wilson '17;  Kole Zellers '17
$ 6,300Joshua Andrews '17;  Anthony Anzevino '17;  Sidney Cushman '17;  Katelyn Dustman '17;  Zachary Martin '17;  Emma Minamyer '17;  Ayla Mroczkowski '17;  James Murray '17;  Emily Null '17;  Taylor Sienerth '17;  Gabrielle Workman '17
$ 5,800Grant Austin '17;  Garrett Dickey '17;  Jon Gerace '17;  Corey Griffith '17;  Kylie Quinn '17;  Grace Shockey '17
$ 5,300Alexis Cresanto '17;  Julieanna Fenton '17;  Paige Jenkins '17;  Mckenzie Martin '17;  Katelynn Moore '17;  Collin Zimmerman '17
$ 5,100Nathan Guest '17
$ 4,800Margaret Cull '17;  Ashley Faulkner '17;  Kasey Jamison '17;  Lucas Madison '17;  Helene Shontz '17
$ 4,725Kobe Leininger '17
$ 4,350Hunter Fields '17
$ 4,300Clara Janofa '17;  Rase Shelhart '17;  Max Skidmore '17;  Erik Valiente '17
$ 3,800Elizabeth Aukerman '17;  Mary Bayda '17;  Brandon James '17;  Cory Wolfe '17;  Anthony Zubay Iii '17
$ 3,600Janna Berger '17
$ 3,225James Monigold '17
$ 2,900Barbara Gross '17


CHARLES FOX MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP 2017: These awards are made available from the Charles Fox Memorial Scholarship Fund. Born in Lisbon in 1903, Mr. Fox attended Lisbon public schools and East Liverpool Business School. He was employed by the Salem China Company from 1925 to 1950. He then began working at the Salem Label Company where he retired as secretary-treasurer in 1969. A love for music resulted in his becoming a founder and charter member of the Community Concert Association. Mr. Fox was openly enthusiastic about talented young people. Upon his death in 1972, Mr. Fox designated the income from his estate be used to support the Community Concert Association and the scholarship fund of the Salem High School Alumni Association.

The $2,000 Charles Fox Medical Scholarship was awarded to eight alumni who are pursuing graduate degrees in healthcare fields. Fox Scholarship recipients (from left) Katherine Werner '08, Danielle Perry '11, and Dana Webb '09 attended the banquet. The other Fox Scholarship recipients are Taylor Fredrickson '11, Amy Scullion '10, Katherine Stiff '13, Paul Shivers '06, and Elizabeth Wirick '99.

$ 2,000Elizabeth Cole (Wirick) '99;  Katherine Ellis (Werner) '08;  Taylor Fredrickson '11;  Danielle Perry '11;  Amy Scullion '10;  Paul Shivers '06;  Katherine Stiff '13;  Dana Webb '09


DORIS TETLOW AWARD 2017: Doris Tetlow, Class of 1922, was a long-time junior high teacher for Salem City Schools. A talented singer, she was director of the junior high chorus. Miss Tetlow began teaching in 1925 at a time when teacher salaries were usually less than $1000 a year and women teachers were to be unmarried. Doris lived with her mother Olive, who also left the alumni association a sizeable amount of money. When Doris died in 1982, she left the association $222,000.

Hunter Fields '17 and Abbey Minamyer '12 received the $2,000 Doris Tetlow Award.

$ 2,000Hunter Fields '17;  Abbey Minamyer '12


EMMA BAUMAN HOLMES VOCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP 2017: Emma Bauman Holmes '43, was a professor of education and child development, emeritus, at California State University, Fullerton. Although a strong advocate of higher education, Prof. Bauman Holmes pointed out that satisfying careers which contribute to society do not necessarily require university study and a bachelor's degree. The Emma Bauman Holmes Vocational Scholarship assists graduating Salem High School students who want to enroll in an accredited certification or vocational program designed to teach skills in a recognized field of employment. A unique aspect of the Holmes Vocational Scholarship is that recipients may renew their scholarship for one year if their studies continue in the same field in which they started, and if they have maintained at least a 3.0 GPA or its equivalent (see college scholarships).

Bethany Dotson '17 received the $5,000 Emma Bauman Holmes Vocational Scholarship.

$ 5,000Bethany Dotson '17


FLORENCE C. SCHAFER AWARD 2017: Florence C. Schafer, SHS Class of 1923, was a lifelong Salem resident. Even though a frequent traveler, she loved her hometown dearly and enjoyed reading about its history. She worked for 30 years in the offices of Gem Clay Company in Sebring, Ohio, retiring in 1960. Her father Jesse Schafer owned and operated Schafer's Tavern and Restaurant at 330 East State Street, the location of the current Alumni Association office. For many years Miss Schafer had lived above the tavern on its second floor, which in 1993 became the location of the association's first office. After her father's death, Florence and her brother Tom operated the tavern until its closing in 1974. Florence died in 1996 and left the SHSAA $231,000 for scholarships.

Cassandra Wood '14 received the $2,000 Florence C. Schafer Award.

$ 2,000Cassandra Wood '14


GREENISEN COLLEGE LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP 2017: Awarded for the first time in 2008, the Greenisen College Leadership Scholarship recognizes the skills and character traits of a leader. Recognizing the importance of leadership, brothers Joel '54 and Philip '61 Greenisen and Philip's wife Marjory provided for this scholarship to honor the memory of Greenisen family members and to encourage leadership development in qualified candidates. Philip Greenisen worked at the Electric Furnace Company for 38 years, retiring in 2003 as president. During a 17-year stretch, he was either a member of Salem City Council or its clerk. Phil acted as the Columbiana County Farm Bureau president for seven years, and for many years he has served as either president or trustee of the Ohio Haflinger Association. His wife Marjory was a supervisor with the Salem Area Visiting Nurses until 2008 after which she worked for Progresa Health Care Systems, retiring in 2012. Both Greenisens keep active with consulting work and volunteering. Joel E. Greenisen held numerous leadership positions during his 35 years with the Kroger Company. While president of the Kroger Co. of Michigan, he served as Vice Chairman of the Greater Detroit Chamber of Commerce and was active in community organizations such as the United Way. Joel was also founding director and inaugural president of the American Haflinger Registry. He passed away in 2011. A Salem High School graduate attending college will be selected annually for his or her leadership character traits based on the demonstrated ability to facilitate a group of individuals working together to accomplish a goal. Leadership skills may be exhibited during their college or university experiences or in special activities inside or outside the traditional educational environment.

Emma Wilson '14 received the $5,000 Greenisen College Leadership Scholarship.

$ 5,000Emma Wilson '14


GREENISEN LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP 2017: Joel E. Greenisen, the SHS Class of 1954 valedictorian, graduated from the Ohio State University in 1958 with a bachelor's degree in agricultural economics. He then began a 35-year business career with the Kroger Company and rose in the management ranks until becoming president of the Michigan Marketing Area. During his time in Michigan, Greenisen served as a Vice Chairman of the Board of the Greater Detroit Chamber of Commerce and held leadership roles with the United Way. In 2003 Mr. Greenisen generously established this scholarship in loving memory of his father, mother, and paternal aunt, whose leadership characteristics inspired him. The Greenisen Leadership Scholarship recognizes the skills and character traits of a leader: self-confidence, a strong dedication to helping others, and the willingness to step up and do the unusual or difficult thing. A graduating senior will be selected annually for his or her leadership character traits based on the demonstrated ability to facilitate a group of individuals working together to accomplish a goal. Applicants need to have demonstrated leadership during their high school experiences or in special activities either inside or outside the traditional high school environment.

Kole Zellers '17 received the $5,000 Greenisen Leadership Scholarship.

$ 5,000Kole Zellers '17


HOWARD (DOC) PARDEE COLLEGE MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP 2017: Howard 'Doc' Pardee was a longtime Salem High School band director. As a beloved instrumental music teacher, he was an inspiration and mentor to many SHS students. Pardee was also director of the American Legion-Quaker City Band for 30 years and a driving force behind the construction of the band shell in Memorial Park. Former students, under the leadership of Mary Mercer Krogness '56, established the Pardee Scholarships for future generations of instrumental musicians from the Salem City Schools.

$ 1,000Edward Butcher '14


HOWARD (DOC) PARDEE MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP 2017: Howard 'Doc' Pardee was a longtime Salem High School band director. As a beloved instrumental music teacher, he was an inspiration and mentor to many SHS students. Pardee was also director of the American Legion-Quaker City Band for 30 years and a driving force behind the construction of the band shell in Memorial Park. Former students, under the leadership of Mary Mercer Krogness '56, established the Pardee Scholarships for future generations of instrumental musicians from the Salem City Schools.The award is presented to any student studying for a degree leading to a major in instrumental music.

Benjamin Cross '17 (left) and Cody Tonkinson '17 received $1,500 Howard "Doc" Pardee Music Scholarships.

$ 1,500Benjamin Cross '17;  Cody Tonkinson '17


J. ROBERT SEBO ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP 2017: J. Robert Sebo, class of 1954, has generously provided for the funding of this scholarship. A graduate of Bowling Green State University, Mr. Sebo is a noted businessman and philanthropist. He was instrumental in the startup and growth of the nationally known Paychex Corporation, retiring as senior vice-president in 1994 and returning to live in Salem. At Salem High School, he was an outstanding athlete who lettered three years in both football and track. He also participated in the SHS Concert Band for four years and was active in Student Council. The criteria for this award reflect his belief that a student's extracurricular activities help lay the foundation for a successful life.

Receiving the $2,750 J. Robert Sebo Achievement Scholarship were (from left) Mary Double '17, Leah Menegos '17, and Tiera Moore '17 with J. Robert Sebo '54.

$ 2,750Mary Double '17;  Leah Menegos '17;  Tiera Moore '17


J. ROBERT SEBO BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP 2017: A graduate of Bowling Green State University, J. Robert Sebo, SHS class of 1954, is a noted businessman and philanthropist. He was instrumental in the startup and growth of the nationally known Paychex Corporation, retiring as senior vice-president in 1994 and returning to live in Salem. He maintains close ties to his college alma mater, having served on the BGSU Board of Trustees and providing funds for an athletic center, a football scholarship, a scholarship in jazz studies, and more. Mr. Sebo has generously provided the funding for this scholarship, which is designated for a student who will be attending Bowling Green State University.

Mackenzie Kornbau '17 received the $3,000 J. Robert Sebo Bowling Green State University Scholarship. She was congratulated by J. Robert Sebo '54.

$ 3,000Mackenzie Kornbau '17


J. ROBERT SEBO COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP 2017: A graduate of Bowling Green State University, J. Robert Sebo, SHS class of 1954, is a noted businessman and philanthropist. He was instrumental in the startup and growth of the nationally known Paychex Corporation, retiring as senior vice-president in 1994 and returning to live in Salem. He has maintained close ties to both his college and high school alma maters and has generously funded scholarships and educational programs at both.

Receiving the $2,000 J. Robert Sebo College Scholarship were Emily Ehrenberg '15 (left) and Amanda Valiente '16 (right) with J. Robert Sebo '54.

$ 2,000Emily Ehrenberg '15;  Amanda Valiente '16


JOHN F. CONE HUMANITIES SCHOLARSHIP 2017: John Frederick Cone '44 was an educator and an author. He began his teaching career at Montclair Academy in New Jersey in 1949. He taught at Scarsdale High School from1952 to 1969 and worked briefly as academic dean at North Carolina School of the Arts before joining the faculty at the public high school in Red Bank, NJ. He taught at Red Bank Regional High School from 1970 to 1988 and supervised the English, Art, Music and Foreign Language Departments during his tenure there. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from Rutgers University and his Ph.D. in English from New York University When he was not teaching, Dr. Cone conducted research into aspects of opera history. He turned what he learned into books and articles for scholarly journals and reference works such as The New Grove Dictionary of American Music. Dr. Cone also designated the Salem High School Alumni Association the beneficiary of his retirement annuity. The John F. Cone Humanities Scholarship, funded from the $112,606.84 annuity, was given for the first time in 2011. The criteria for the scholarship reflect Cone's interests in literature, music, art, and foreign languages.

Aarika Denton '98 received the $5,000 John F. Cone Humanities Scholarship.

$ 5,000Aarika Denton '98


JOHN MICHAEL POZNIKO ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP 2017: The John Michael Pozniko Engineering Scholarship Fund was established by Dorothy Pozniko Beam (Class of 1952) and her husband, C. Richard Beam, in memory of her brother, John Michael Pozniko. John Michael Pozniko was a 1945 graduate of Salem High School and a lifelong Salem resident. After serving in the Navy, Pozniko attended drafting classes offered by the school district's adult education program. He found employment with several area firms such as Hunt Engineering, Electric Furnace, and the Salem Tool Company, where he worked for nearly 30 years. While working, he also attended Youngstown State University and earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. A quiet, unassuming man with a strong work ethic, Pozniko embodied the qualities of dedication, perseverance, and trustworthiness.

Corey Griffith '17, Emma Minamyer '17, and James Murray '17 each received the $1,700 John Michael Pozniko Engineering Scholarship.

$ 1,700Corey Griffith '17;  Emma Minamyer '17;  James Murray '17


LEON H. COLLEY AWARD 2017: Leon H. Colley was born in Tennessee in 1897 and came to Salem in 1926. Employed by the First National Bank in Salem in 1928, he rose through the ranks from cashier to vice president and by 1938 was named bank president, a position he held until 1967. He actively supported the community serving on various boards such as the two hospital association boards and the World War Memorial Building Association. He was also a two term president of the Chamber of Commerce. His wife of 47 years, Enid, died in 1973; Mr. Colley passed away four years later in 1977. Mr. Colley bequeathed $601,000 to the Salem High School Alumni Association Scholarship Fund.

Olivia Bachmeier '17 received a $2,000 Leon H. Colley Award and Collin Zimmerman '17 received a $3,000 Leon H. Colley Award.

$ 3,000Collin Zimmerman '17
$ 2,000Olivia Bachmeier '17


LOIS A. PETERS MEMORIAL BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP 2017: The Lois A. Peters Memorial Business Scholarship is designed for students who will be seeking a bachelor's degree in business or accounting. It is open to both graduating Salem High School students and alumni who have completed one year of college. Lois A. (Hickey) Peters was a devoted supporter of the Salem High School Alumni Association and its mission to help Salem graduates further their education. A 1977 SHS graduate, Lois was a successful businesswoman and the Chief Financial Officer for Hickey Metal Fabrication Inc. Along with an outpouring of community memorial donations to the alumni association, Robert Hickey '50, Leo '74 and Suzanne Hickey, Nick Peters '73, Nicholas Peters '98, Benjamin Peters, and Hickey Metal Fabrication Inc. generously established this scholarship in memory of their beloved daughter, sister, wife, and mother.

Andrew Pasco '16 (left, front row) received a $2,500 Lois A. Peters Memorial Business Scholarship, and Ethan Bailey '17 (right, front row) received a $5,000 Lois A. Peters Memorial Business Scholarship. Representing the Hickey and Peters families were Ben K. Peters, Adam Hickey '06, Leo P. Hickey '74, and Nick A. Peters '98.

$ 5,000Ethan Bailey '17
$ 2,500Andrew Pasco '16


MAX FISHER ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP 2017: Max M. Fisher was an internationally known businessman, philanthropist, and political advisor. A member of the SHS class of 1926, he attended The Ohio State University on a football scholarship. He graduated with a degree in business administration and soon became successful in the oil reclamation business. OSU's Fisher College of Business and Detroit's Max M. Fisher Music Center are two of the many, many recipients of his philanthropic largesse. The 1972 Honored Alumnus, Mr. Fisher established in 1973 the first named SHSAA scholarship, which has been given now for over 40 years. Mr. Fisher passed away in 2005.

Seven 2017 graduates received the Max Fisher Athletic Scholarship. Jerod Carner, Jared McClish, and Joshua Cannon (from left, front row) each received $1,500. In the back row (from left) Mary Double received $1,800, Ethan Bailey received $1,800, and Leah Menegos and Dillon Bickerton each received $1,500.

$ 1,800Ethan Bailey '17;  Mary Double '17
$ 1,500Dillon Bickerton '17;  Joshua Cannon '17;  Jerod Carner '17;  Jared Mcclish '17;  Leah Menegos '17


MEMORIAL BOOK AWARD 2017: The Memorial Book Award is presented in memory of those who 1) have given $10,000 or more, or had at least $10,000 donated in their name and 2) do not have a named scholarship. They are John Mulford, Sr. '17, Dorothy Failer Sullivan '21, Fred E. '25 and Doris S. Cope, Robert W. Campbell '27, Wade '29 and Stella Loop, J. Floyd Stamp '32, William Guappone '35, Henry '37 and Aliliva Juhn, Eleanor Szkola '37, Eugene W. McCready '40, Donald and Betty Roessler '42 Greenamyer, Mary and Burt (Carl) '42 Capel Jr., Dr. David W. Jones '43, Dr. Joseph Kelley '45, Harvey Walken '46, Edith Lynn White, and Jack B. Lozier '48.

Memorial Book Award were awarded to the following: (from left, front row) Catherine Howell '16 ($1,000); Zach Morris '15 ($1,000); Julieanna Fenton '17 ($1,000); Samantha Wilson '17 ($1,000); Tori Rishel '17 ($750); (from left, back row) Brittany Skiba '14 ($1,000); Haley Carner '15 ($750); Dalton Cartwright '17 ($750); Aaron Robbins '17 ($750); Hannah Carner '14 ($750); and Taylor Sienerth '17 ($1,000).

$ 1,000Julieanna Fenton '17;  Catherine Howell '16;  Kelli-jo Little '14;  Mallory Maher '13;  Zach Morris '15;  Taylor Sienerth '17;  Brittany Skiba '14;  Samantha Wilson '17
$ 750Haley Carner '15;  Hannah Carner '14;  Dalton Cartwright '17;  Sadie Green '16;  Chase Little '16;  Tori Rishel '17;  Aaron Robbins '17


NANCY HICKEY MEMORIAL HEALTHCARE SCHOLARSHIP 2017: In addition to the already established Hickey Metal Fabrication Vocational Scholarship for graduating students, the Robert Hickey family created the Nancy Hickey Memorial Healthcare Scholarship in 2011. It was first awarded in 2012. A hard-working, intelligent woman, Nancy Howell Hickey '53 was an integral part of the family-owned Hickey Metal Fabrication and served as its corporate treasurer. She became ill in 2007 and passed away in 2011. In those years while she was ill, the Hickeys discovered the immense value of caregivers. Family members decided that the creation of a scholarship for students entering healthcare fields, whether they are seeking a degree, a certificate, or a license, would be a way of 'paying forward' the kindnesses they had encountered from healthcare employees.

$2,500 Nancy Hickey Memorial Healthcare Scholarships were given to (from left, front row) Ayla Mroczkowski '17, Erica Fenton '14, and Clara Janofa '17. Representing the Hickey and Peters families (from left, back row) were Ben K. Peters, Adam Hickey '06, Leo P. Hickey '74, and Nick A. Peters '98.

$ 2,500Erica Fenton '14;  Clara Janofa '17;  Ayla Mroczkowski '17


NINA J. CONE AND STEPHEN F. CONE MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP 2017: John Frederick Cone '44 was an educator and an author. He began his teaching career at Montclair Academy in New Jersey in 1949. He taught at Scarsdale High School from1952 to 1969 and worked briefly as academic dean at North Carolina School of the Arts before joining the faculty at the public high school in Red Bank, NJ. He taught at Red Bank Regional High School from 1970 to 1988 and supervised the English, Art, Music and Foreign Language Departments during his tenure there. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from Rutgers University and his Ph.D. in English from New York University When he was not teaching, Dr. Cone conducted research into aspects of opera history. He turned what he learned into books and articles for scholarly journals and reference works such as The New Grove Dictionary of American Music. When Dr. Cone passed away in May 2009, he bequeathed the alumni association the residual of his estate, desiring that a music scholarship be established in memory of his parents. The Nina J. Cone and Stephen F. Cone Music Scholarship was awarded for the first time in 2012.

Mariah Lynn Cresanto '15 received the $2,000 Nina J. Cone and Stephen F. Cone Music Scholarship.

$ 2,000Edward Butcher '14;  Mariah Lynn Cresanto '15


PARDEE BAND CAMP SCHOLARSHIP 2017: Howard 'Doc' Pardee was a longtime Salem High School band director. As a beloved instrumental music teacher, he was an inspiration and mentor to many SHS students. Pardee was also director of the American Legion-Quaker City Band for 30 years and a driving force behind the construction of the band shell in Memorial Park. Former students and friends, under the leadership of Mary Mercer Krogness '56, established the Pardee scholarships to aid students majoring in instrumental music with their college expenses. A designated amount of money was also set aside to help Salem band students, grades 6-11, attend band camps.

$ 350Josiah Haas;  Kaitlynn Haas;  Lilly Kozma;  Andre Tonkinson;  Dana Tonkinson;  Kirill Tonkinson


SALEM HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1966 SCHOLARSHIP 2017: The Class of 1966 is committed to helping talented students who show exceptional academic excellence and outstanding promise. A graduating senior is selected annually based on demonstrated financial need and on academic ability and potential, as evidenced by his or her high school achievement, class rank, and success on the ACT and/or the SAT. This scholarship is distributed during the second year of college.

Gabrielle Workman '17 received the $5,000 Salem High School Class of '66 Scholarship. The class was represented by Superintendent Dr. Joe Shivers '66.

$ 5,000Gabrielle Workman '17