Duncan Public School Foundation Scholarships 2020  

Accepting Submissions ONLINE ONLY January - March (specific dates will be determined at a later time) 

You may apply for the below nine (9) scholarships with one application at www.cfok.org/apply  Search "Duncan Public Schools Foundation Scholarships" in the search bar. There is a separate application for the two (2) Stephens County Bar Association Scholarships, and you will find them by searching for "Stephens County Bar Association Scholarships."  

 

Class of 1956 Scholarship

$1000 1-time award

  • Duncan High School graduate with GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale, minimum; ACT composite score of 21 or equivalent SAT score

  • Leadership, character, and participation in school and community activities are qualities that will be given serious consideration

  • Preference given to students who have not amassed a large amount of scholarship funds (i.e. Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education Academic Scholarship or its equivalent)

  • Priority given to applicants with financial need: family income between $25,000 and $90,000

 

 

DPSF General Scholarship

$7,500 4-year award ($1,875 annually/$937.50 per semester)

  • Duncan High School graduate with overall 3.00 GPA, minimum

  • Character, leadership and participation in school activities are qualities that will be given serious consideration

  • Must attend an Oklahoma college or university offering a four (4) year curriculum. 

  • Must maintain overall 3.00 cumulative GPA


Evette LaParche Freeman Scholarship

$1,200 1-time award

  • Duncan High School graduate with overall 3.00 GPA, minimum

  • Preference will be given to students who plan to pursue a career in the field of nursing

  • Must attend an accredited college or university (not necessarily a four (4) year curriculum, but may not be a vocational-technical school.)


Gene Nelson Family Scholarship

$4,000 2-year award ($2,000 annually/$1,000 per semester)

  • Duncan High School graduate with overall 2.75 GPA, minimum

  • Strong moral character, leadership and participation in school and community activities are qualities that will be given serious consideration

  • Must attend an Oklahoma state-supported college or university offering a four (4) year curriculum

  • Must maintain overall 2.75 cumulative GPA


Helen Kuhn Scholarship

(2) $7,500 4-year awards ($1,875 annually/$937.50 per semester)

  • Duncan High School graduate with overall 3.25 GPA, minimum

  • Strong moral character, leadership and participation in school activities are qualities that will be given serious consideration in selection

  • Must attend an Oklahoma state-supported college or university offering a four (4) year curriculum

  • Must maintain overall 3.00 cumulative GPA


Katherine Ann Hruby Scholarship

$4,000 1-time award

  • Woman Duncan High School graduate with overall 3.25 GPA, ACT of 24 or SAT equivalent

  • Character, leadership and participation in school activities are qualities that will be given serious consideration in selection

  • Preference may be given to students playing on the DHS Girls Volleyball Team (preferred, but not exclusive)

  • Must attend a college or university offering a four (4) year curriculum


Kenneth R. & Juliette Woodward Scholarship

(2) $7,500 4-year awards ($1,875 annually/$937.50 per semester)

  • Duncan High School graduate with overall 3.25 GPA, minimum; ACT composite score of 27, or equivalent SAT

  • Character, leadership and participation in school activities are qualities that will be given serious consideration in selection

  • Must attend an Oklahoma state-supported college or university offering a four (4) year curriculum

  • Must maintain overall 3.25 cumulative GPA
     

 

McEnroe Family Scholarship

(2) $5,500 4-year award ($1,375 annually/$687.50 per semester)

  • Duncan High School graduate with overall 3.25 GPA, minimum ACT composite score of 25 or equivalent SAT score

  • Satisfactory personal character, leadership and participation in school activities are qualities that will be given serious consideration in selection

  • Must attend a college or university offering a four (4) year curriculum

  • Must maintain overall 3.00 GPA

Opal S. Lowry Scholarship

(2) $10,500 4-year awards ($2,652 annually/$1,312.50 per semester)

  • Duncan High School graduate with overall 3.00 GPA, minimum

  • High moral character is a quality that will be given serious consideration in selection

  • Preference given to the financially disadvantaged

  • Must attend a Vocational-technical school accredited by the State Dept. of Career & Technology Education; and/or, Accredited college or university offering a four (4) year curriculum

  • Must maintain overall 3.00 cumulative GPA

Weldon and Connie Mosley Scholarship

(2) $5,500 4-year awards ($1,375 annually/$687.50 per semester)

  • Duncan High School graduate with no minimum required GPA

  • Character, leadership and participation in school activities are qualities that will be given serious consideration in selection

  • Must attend Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma

  • Must maintain 2.50 Cumulative GPA

 

The Stephens County Bar Association scholarship applications are the same as the local scholarship form that is available through the HS Counselors office.  All eligible students will be considered for this one, as well as other local scholarship applicants using the form from the HS Counselor.

Stephens County Bar Association Arthur J. Marmaduke Memorial Scholarship

$2,000 1-year award (payable at $1,000 per semester)

  • Duncan High School graduate with overall 3.0 GPA, minimum; ACT composite score of 20 or equivalent SAT score

  • Leadership, high moral character, participation in school/community activities and demonstrated ability for hard work and goal oriented dedication and achievement are qualities that will be given serious consideration in selection

  • Preference given to students demonstrating a sincere interest in pursuing the study of and a career in the law or some law enforcement related career, or forensic science-related career.

  • Must attend a college or university offering a four (4) year curriculum.

  • Must maintain 2.75 Cumulative GPA


Stephens County Bar Association O.L. Peck, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

$2,000 1-year award (payable at $1,000 per semester)

  • Duncan High School graduate with overall 3.0 GPA, minimum; ACT composite score of 20 or equivalent SAT score

  • Leadership, high moral character, participation in school/community activities and demonstrated ability for hard work and goal oriented dedication and achievement are qualities that will be given serious consideration in selection

  • Preference given to students demonstrating a sincere interest in pursuing the study of and a career in the law or some law enforcement related career, or forensic science-related career.

  • Must attend a college or university offering a four (4) year curriculum.

  • Must maintain 2.75 Cumulative GPA

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