The Whitefish Bay High School Senior Scholarship Program funds a scholarship to one college-bound senior every year whose credentials reflect the values of “The ’82 Project”. It is called the “C.H.O.I.C.E. Award” because the winner must demonstrate their commitment to Community, Humanity, Originality, Integrity, Character, and Excellence.
This unique scholarship includes:
- $500 award per year for up to four years of post-secondary education.
- Honorary lifetime membership in both the WFBHS class of 1982 and The ’82 Project.
- Access to other members of The ’82 Project, who provide assistance in finding internships, resume writing, post-college job search, interview preparation, networking and educational support.
Click the links below to see the award presentations for past winners:
- 2016 CHOICE Scholarship Winner Grace Kim
- 2015 CHOICE Scholarship Winner Matthew Deakin
- 2014 CHOICE Scholarship Winner David Gwidt
- 2013 CHOICE Scholarship Winner Marissa Lovell