Federal Way Chorale College Scholarship
Way Chorale offers a $2,000 scholarship to a qualifying
graduating senior. This scholarship is to help a local high
school student who wishes to study music at the college level.
The applicant must be a graduating high school senior from
Federal Way or the surrounding area who is planning to pursue a
major or minor in choral/vocal music, music education, or
musical theater and who enters college for the fall
Applications for the 2013 scholarship award must be received by
January 31, 2013.
Applicants must have an excellent academic record and
demonstrate accomplishment in vocal/choral music. Successful
applicants may be awarded a $2,000 tuition scholarship.
Applicants must submit
applications (available through download on this page) and other
material to the Federal Way Chorale Scholarship Committee. After
being received and reviewed, the most qualified applicants may
be interviewed and asked to perform a piece of music for the
committee. The recipient of the scholarship may also be asked to
perform at the Chorale’s spring concert (June 8, 9, 2013).
!The Federal Way Chorale Scholarship Committee will make the
final choice for the Scholarship Program recipient.
The scholarship program is funded by Raffle Ticket sales at our
information contact Dick Lundgren
The Federal Way Chorale announced that Zachary Martin, Ryan
Fitzgerald and Michael Krenning are the winners of the 2012 scholarship competition.
The Federal Way Chorale announced that Paige Yamata and Maxwell
Silver are the winners of the 2011 scholarship competition.
The Federal Way Chorale announced that Jennifer Martin and Lacey
Printz are the winners of the 2010 scholarship competition.
The Federal Way Chorale announced that Brian Fitzgerald, Katee
Brown and Kelli Peterson are the winners of the 2009 scholarship
The Federal Way Chorale announced that Aimee Hong and Caitlin
Kolas are the winners of its 2008 scholarship competition.
The Federal Way Chorale announced that Nataly Wickham and Kayla
Carbon are the winners of the 2007 scholarship competition.
May, 2003: Haley Moore
2002: Anne Young
2001: Kristi Gibson
June 2000: Lindsey O'Neal and Carly Seabaugh
1997: Matthew Carey