Monte Vista Memorial Scholarships honor alumni and friends of the school. Awards are based on a combination of qualifications of the student, and family financial need. These awards are reserved for currently enrolled MVCS families who find themselves in financial hardship during the school year.
The student must attend Monte Vista full-time, have and maintain a minimum unweighted cumulative 2.5 GPA and be in good standing in the school community.
Students must meet the qualifications described in one of the following Scholarship descriptions, and are eligible to receive only one Scholarship per school year.
Step one in the Memorial Scholarship Application process is to complete your FAST application, and submit all required federal and state tax documentation, and W-2 forms. You may begin your FAST application here.
This scholarship is for male students who have demonstrated academic excellence. Don served for several years as a Bible teacher at Monte Vista Christian School.
This scholarship is for students with a demonstrated proficiency in and commitment to music. Don Price was the son of Robert Odis and Nell Price, the founders of
This scholarship is for students with special financial needs. Fred Wood lived most of his life in
This scholarship is for female students who have demonstrated academic excellence. Lorna Sailer was the wife of John Sailer, a long time teacher at Monte Vista Christian School. In 1957, he contracted polio and lived with major paralysis, but continued to teach for 25 years at Monte Vista due to Lorna's loving care.
This scholarship is for students with special financial needs. Clarence Lebeck was an Assemblies of God Minister for over fifty years throughout Northern California and also in
This scholarship is for female students with special financial needs, especially those living in single parent households. Mary Jackson came to Monte Vista Christian School in the early 1950s with her two small children, Roy and Nell, from
This scholarship is for students who have a demonstrated commitment to Biblical studies. Muriel Murphy was a sister of Robert Odis Price, the founder of Monte Vista Christian School.
This scholarship is for outstanding female students. Robert Stotts graduated from Monte Vista Christian School in 1953 and has always remained a close friend of the school. He created this scholarship to honor his daughter.
This scholarship is for student leaders at Monte Vista Christian School. Tom Rainwater graduated from Monte Vista in 1972. He was an outstanding student leader and student body president in his senior year.
This scholarship is for students with special financial needs. Tyson was an outstanding student at Monte Vista Christian School. In October 2000, Tyson was killed in a car accident on
Step two in the
Memorial Scholarship Application process is to complete a Memorial Scholarship application. To receive an application, please contact Peter C. Gieseke, firstname.lastname@example.org