​Each year, the Alumni Association awards two scholarships to deserving Bothell High School graduating seniors to help with their expenses for college or technical school.  The Association's scholarship committee works through the Scholarship Foundation of Northshore in making those selections.  Students apply through the Foundation, and applications are forwarded to the Association's committee for review.  The committee interviews candidates and awards the scholarships based on both community service and scholastic achievement. 

 

It has been an honor and a privilege for me to play a role in helping young people achieve their dreams of higher education. To see the scholarship recipients by year, go to our Awards page. 

Karen McDonald

Karen McDonald, Class of 1974

Scholarship Committee Chairperson



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2021 BHSAA SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Dylan Locknane will be attending the University of Washington this fall majoring in Marketing and International Business.  She is passionate about her chosen field and worked during her High School years for a marketing company producing promotional videos for their product line.  She served as an ASB Officer, earned a position at the state competition in FBLA, and is on the BHS cheer squad.  Dylan participated in a program called Sparkles where she worked with the special education program students at BHS.  In her essay, Dylan said, "To grow up in such a welcoming and inclusive community has always been a gift in my life..."

Malik Said will be attending Montana Technical University in the fall majoring in Computer Science. Malik played on the BHS Football team, and plans on playing for Montana Tech.  He is very excited about attending MTU and pursuing his dream career in Computer Science.  At BHS he served as a Peer Coach for students with disabilities.  He thoroughly enjoyed working with his football teammates on their various community volunteer projects and will always remember the community spirit that surrounded the football games.  He worked throughout high school as a lifeguard.  In his essay, Malik said, "I always give my full effort and the best version of myself."

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SCHOLARSHIPS

VIRTUAL  AWARDS 

CEREMONY

Online Meeting

May 21, 2021

Number of awards: 2 per year

Award value:  $2500 each

Application due:  February 15, 2021

Fields of Study: 

(1) General Studies

(1) Vocational/Technical

Criteria:  Someone who is active in bettering the school and who has been active in community involvement.

Every Accomplishment Starts With A 

Decision to Try.

President John F. Kennedy