More than 100 Lyons students honored or got scholarships at annual event
This past week we held an incredible High School Awards Night in our state-of-the-art auditorium as we honored over 100 students receiving recognition for academic and athletic honors in addition to awarding a record high $45,900 in local Lyons scholarships.
The grand total of all of the scholarships awarded to the Class of 2023 is $329,150 and still growing, as many scholarships are still rolling in. We are so proud of our seniors as well as our 9th-11th grade students who earned awards and honors. These students are the Pride of Lyons!
………………………..Principal Chris Frank, Lyons Middle-High School
Lyons Community Foundation Scholarships ($30,000 in total)
The 2 year study Scholarship: Lochlan Osborne
The Uncle Louis ‘Bud’ Winkler Scholarship: Hunter Powell
The Janet Orback Memorial Scholarship: Samantha Rickman
The Steve Ralston Memorial Scholarship: Cole Thomas
The CEMEX Environmental Stewardship Scholarship:Keara Ping
The Lyons Garden Club Scholarship: Keara Ping
The Gerald Boland Memorial Scholarship: Cambria Burton
Hilltop Guild Scholarships ($5,000 in total)
Created a new memorial scholarship in honor of Barb Coles, a member of the guild that passed in March of this year.
The Barb Coles Memorial Scholarship: Autumn Olson
The Marjorie McCulloch Memorial Scholarship: Cole Thomas
Hilltop Guild Scholarship: Henry Jones
Mr. LaVerne Johnson & Mrs. LaVern Johnson Memorial Scholarship ($4,900 in total)
Because this is the first year of a Mr. & Mrs. LaVern(e) scholarship and to honor their parents, the Johnson Family had decided to give all seven applicants a scholarship to help them to achieve their dreams.
Lyons Lions Club ($6,000 in total)
SVVSD Local Scholarships- ($10,250 in total)
Keara Ping- Hoe and Hope; Twin Peaks Rotary; Edith Welker Myers
Hank Jones- Nancy L. Nixon
Cambria Burton- Longmont Community Foundation
Lochlan Osborne- Braly Lyons Football scholarship