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Scholarship Application

The 2019 scholarship award amount is $500.

The scholarship application form can be downloaded at https://wareingscholarship.org/ScholarshipApplication.pdf

This basic form collects applicant information. A 1-4 page essay is required. Applicants will be judged on their essay, level of music involvement, and plans for continuing Mr. Wareing’s legacy of music and service.

The application form can be completed electronically. The form and survey must be mailed to apply@wareingscholarship.org. You will receive an e-mail confirming your application within a day or two. If you do not receive this confirmation, please contact us.

The application timeline is January 1st – February 15thSelection will made by or around March 1st. 

Music Scholarship Qualifications

Eligible students must be attending or have attended one of the following high schools where Mr. Wareing taught:

  • Butte County High School (Arco, Idaho)
  • Snake River High School (Blackfoot, Idaho)
  • Firth High School (Firth, Idaho)
  • Blackfoot High School (Blackfoot, Idaho)
  • Weber High School (Pleasant View, Utah)
  • Rigby High School (Rigby, Idaho).

Applicants must use the award toward their first academic year of post-secondary education (enrollment must begin within 2 academic years of the award) and be seeking a degree or certification in music – including, but not limited to, Music Education, Music Performance, Music Therapy, Music (BA), and/or a related field deemed appropriate by the Committee. The applicant’s primary performing area can be brass, woodwinds, strings, or vocal.

Being limited to those from only 6 high schools who will beginning their pursuit of a music degree or certification, there will not be a high number of applicants. All qualified applicants should apply!

Scholarship winners must write an acceptance / thank you letter to the Scholarship Committee and Mr. Wareing’s family and provide a profile photo for this web site before scholarship funds will be distributed. Payment of scholarship funds will be made to the institution of choice before the first term of enrollment.