PHS Class of 2021 graduates receive scholarships

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Perryville High School recently graduated 153 students on May 21. Out of those students, 47 of them received scholarships from universities and technical schools, while two will go into the military.
Chloe C. Anschultz—The Perry County Teachers Association Scholarship, the Robert and Olene Heflin Scholarship, the TG Missouri Scholarship, and the Missouri LASE scholarship.
Jada N. Ayars­—The Future Alumni Scholarship, Groundbreaker Scholarship, the Missouri Scholarship and Loan Foundation’s Access Extra scholarship and the Kummer Vanguard scholarship from Missouri University of Science and Technology, the Shelter Insurance Scholarship, the Rotary Club Scholarship, the Morton Deutch Minor scholarship, and the William and Arlene James scholarship.
Samuel J. Bachmann—The Kenneth L. Hoehn Memorial and First State Community Bank scholarship and the Stephen A. Koeln Memorial Scholarship.
Taylor P. Barnett—The Friends of Education Scholarship and the Traction Scholarship.
Tyler A. Behrle—The Perry County Task Force Scholarship.
Hallie P. Bourbon—The Copper Dome Scholarship and the Residence Life Leadership Award from Southeast Missouri State University, the Iva Hudson Reeser scholarship and the National Honors Society scholarship.
Addie L. Brewer—The Copper Dome Scholarship and the Residence Life Leadership scholarship from Southeast Missouri State University, the Perryville Area Chamber of Commerce scholarship, the National Honors Society Scholarship, and the Terry Cissell Leadership scholarship.
Lydia M. Brickhaus— The Copper Dome Scholarship from Southeast Missouri State University.
Leah C. Buerck—Athletic scholarship for soccer from Mineral Area College, the American Legion Auxiliary scholarship, the Perryville Athletic Club scholarship, the Class of 1975 Scholarship, the First State Community Bank Gary Wengert Leadership Scholarship, the Perryville Rotary Club Member scholarship and the VFW Scholarship.
Sidney K. Buerck—The Saints Scholarship and the Lee Family scholarship through Maryville, the Perry County Memorial Hospital scholarship, the Perry/ Ste. Genevieve County Medical Society scholarship, and the D.E.F.Y. scholarship through the Community Task Force.
Dawson M. Camden—The Arnsberg Farmers Mutual Insurance Scholarship.
Jonah A. Cook—The Copper Dome Scholarship and the Residence Life Leadership Award from Southeast Missouri State University, the MFA scholarship.
Evan L. Daugherty—The Hilltop Distinguished Scholar scholarship and an athletic scholarship for football from Culver-Stockton College, the Perryville Athletic Club Scholarship. the recipient of the Coach Pickle Male Athlete of the Year Award.
Alexis M. Davis—The Frank Robinson Construction Endowed Scholarship from Mineral Area College.
Cloey J. Evans—The Copper Dome Scholarship and the Residence Life Leadership Award from Southeast Missouri State University.
Claire E. Fritsche—The Kenneth L. Hoehn Memorial and First State Community Bank scholarship, the Arnsberg Farmers Mutual Insurance Scholarship, the National Honors Society Scholarship and the Perry County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary scholarship.
Haley M. Fulmer—The American Legion Booster Club Scholarship, the National Honors Society Scholarship, the River Hills Antique Tractor Club Scholarship, the FFA Alumni Scholarship, and the Patricia A. Wibbenmeyer Memorial scholarship.
Madelyn M. Green—The Chancellor’s Scholarship and the College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Scholarship from the University of Missouri.
Tyler J. Heberlie—The Procter & Gamble scholarship, the Eastern Star scholarship, the Buchheit scholarship, and the Perryville Masonic Lodge No. 670 scholarship.
Dylan A. Holt—Athletic scholarship for football and the Dean’s scholarship, and the Talent scholarship from Central Methodist University.
Brooke L. Huber—Athletic scholarship for softball at Mineral Area.
Jay M. Jannin—The Interstates Scholarship.
Skyler L. Jokerst—The Copper Dome scholarship and the Residence Life Leadership Award from Southeast Missouri State University.
Kristen J. Kaempfe—The Dean’s Competitive Scholarship from Fontbonne University, the Arnsberg Farmers Mutual Insurance Scholarship, and the TG Missouri scholarship.
Whitney M. Kasten—The Perryville Higher Education Center Scholarship.
Anna M. Korando—The Copper Dome scholarship and the Residence Life Leadership Award from Southeast Missouri State University, the Perryville Lions Club scholarship, the National Honors Society scholarship, and the TG Missouri scholarship.
Adyson N. Mattingly— The Copper Dome Scholarship and the Residence Life Leadership Award from Southeast Missouri State University.
Amari Moore—The Saint Louis University Presidential Scholarship. She is also receiving the Missouri Bright Flight scholarship, and the AmVets, Sons and Ladies Auxiliary Post 94 scholarship.
Lauren M. Moore—The Provost’s Music Housing Scholarship, Department of Music Scholarship, Dean’s Scholarship, and Music In-State Tuition Scholarship from Murray State University, the Marie Holifield Taylor Scholarship and the Roger E. Reichmuth Music Scholarship.
Destiny M. Oehlert—The Provost’s scholarship from the University of Missouri Kansas City, the Anna Margaret and James Fairchild Scholarship.
Seth M.Orf—Academic Merit scholarship from Lindenwood University.
William J. Pfaff—The Symphony Foundation Scholarship and the Margaret Woods Allen Endowed Scholarship, the Copper Dome scholarship from Southeast Missouri State University.
Jack C. Rehagen—The Copper Dome scholarship and the Residence Life Leadership Award from Southeast Missouri State University.
Sunnie D. Roderique—The Perry County School District No. 32 Scholarship in honor of Jackie Miller.
Jerry D. Roth—The New American University scholarship and the Dean’s Distinction Award from Arizona State University.
Trevor J. Schnurbusch—The Excellence Award and the Gertha Gunnell Memorial scholarship from the University of Missouri, the Ryan A. Behrle Memorial Scholarship.
Ann-Marie E. Simpson—Athletic scholarship for softball from Three Rivers College.
Gabrielle Stark—The Tru Merit scholarship and the A+ Recognition scholarship from Truman State University, the TG Missouri Scholarship, and the Glen Adams Memorial Scholarship.
Brittany N. Steffens—The Saints Scholarship from Maryville University, the Perry County Memorial Hospital Scholarship and the National Honors Society scholarship.
Brittanie M. Stewart—Athletic scholarship for softball from Mineral Area College, the Quarry and Allied Workers scholarship.
Bryce E. Stewart—The Little Saline Sportsman Club scholarship, and the Missouri and Kansas Labors District Council Scholarship.
Lacey M. Strubberg—Athletic scholarship for cheerleading from Lindenwood University, Perry County School District #32 Scholarship in honor of Jackie Miller.
Nya M. Walker—Scholarship from Grand Canyon University.
Hannah E. Weber—The Copper Dome Scholarship from Southeast Missouri State University and the Perry County Healthcare Award.
Adrienne E. Weibrecht—A military stipend from the Perryville Rotary Club.
Sierra E. Welch—The Perry County Memorial Hospital Scholarship and the Buchheit Scholarship.
Courtney M. Wright—Athletic Scholarship and an Academic Scholarship from Concordia University.

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