SEAMAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established to provide college scholarships for Seaman graduates to help them continue their education. INDIVIDUAL, GROUP AND BEQUEST (LEAVE A LEGACY) SCHOLARSHIPS may be established. Please contact one of the Society officers for more information on how you can participate.
There are four established scholarships through the Seaman High School Historical Society. They are:
The James P. Cox Family Memorial Scholarship, established on May 25, 2001 by 1931 Pauline (Cox) Pfuetze and memorials made in memory of her father, James P. (member of the Seaman School Board from 1924-1940) and her brother 1937 Louis Cox.
The Seaman High School Historical Society Scholarship, established on May 30, 2002 from member donations to the scholarship fund, memberships and memorials.
DONATIONS TO THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE.
The Sharlyn and Dan Wallace Scholarship established on May 25, 2009 by Dan Wallace and memorials made in memory of 1955 Sharlyn (Lesser) Wallace.
The Howard T. Jackson Memorial Scholarship, established on February 3, 2014 by 1934 Elizabeth (Jackson) Wooster-Petrik in memory of her father. (member of the Seaman School Board from 1925-1941).