Education and Scholarship Information

The Alpine Woman's Club has long been committed to supporting the educational needs of the youth of its community.  During the celebration of the Town Hall's Centennial, in 1999, each of the three local elementary schools presented the Woman's Club with a beautiful mosaic.  These gifts are proudly displayed in the landscaping surrounding the clubhouse.  These works of art, pictured below, were done with the help of local artist and Club member Annie Norton.

Shadow Hills
Boulder Oaks Alpine Elementary
The above mosaic was created by the students of Alpine Elementary School The above mosaic was created by the students of Boulder Oaks Elementary School The above mosaic was created by the students of Shadow Hills Elementary School students.

Scholarship Information

Each year, through the Alpine Woman's Club Scholarship, Education and Preservation Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization, scholarships are made available to local high school seniors.

Scholarships are awarded to students who meet the following criteria:

1.  They must reside in the Alpine community;

2.  They must have a well-developed sense of community participation and/or have been diligently applying themselves in the employment area;

3.  They must show scholastic achievement;

4.  They must recognize that each autobiographical essay is carefully read and evaluated; and

Applications for scholarships must be received by May 31st of each year in order to be considered for the award ceremony in June. 

For further information or questions please contact

Linda Whitlock
AWC Scholarship Chairman
(619) 722-6601

 

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Scholarship Application

Scholarship applications can be picked up at these locations in Alpine:

The Alpine Library
1752 Alpine Blvd.

Alpine Community Center
1830 Alpine Blvd.

Alpine Mountain Empire Chamber of Commerce
1620 Alpine Blvd., Suite 208

2017 Scholarship Awards

In June 2017 Alpine Woman’s Club was proud
to award three $2000.00 scholarships
Please meet our 2017 recipients

Dominic Garcia

Dominic Garza

Dominic Garza is a graduate of Steele Canyon High School. He plans to major in Applied Mathematics at the University of California, Los Angeles. During high school, Dominic participated on both his school’s Varsity Cross Country and Track teams. In addition to this, Dominic served as the Treasurer of the Music Appreciation Club and Vice President of the Environmental Awareness Club. His community activities included camp counseling at the San Diego Natural History Museum, interning at Assemblyman Brian Jones’ Office, and serving as a Student Ambassador for Steele Canyon.  He was also involved with the Boy Scouts of America, and was able to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout with the support of his family and friends. Beyond the classroom, Dominic has regularly worked as a Host at Claire’s on Cedros in Solana Beach ever since his sophomore year, and has maintained his own shoe designing business all throughout high school. He is described by those who know him as hardworking, diligent and compassionate.

Emily Hoffman

Emily Hoffman

Emily Hoffman is a graduate of Steele Canyon High School and ranked 33 in her class of over 500 students. She is majoring in Animal Science at California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, California. In her four years at Steele Canyon she was very involved in many activities on campus such as ASB, Commissioner of Publicity, Class Council, Prom Committee, Key Club, and Captain of  the Varsity Tennis team. Off campus she volunteered with a large animal veterinarian and is currently employed at Steele Canyon Veterinary Clinic. During her years at Steele Canyon she also constantly challenged herself academically by taking many AP classes and graduating with a 4.4 GPA. During her free time Emily loves riding horses and even shows competitively. 

Cloey Peel

Cloey Peel

Cloey Peel is a graduate of Granite Hills High.  She plans to major in Nursing at Grand Canyon University.  During high school, her extracurricular activities included: President of the Associated Student Body and of Science Club, and member of Granite Hills Actor's Workshop. Cloey’s Community Activities included:  running a Coins-for-Cancer fundraiser, hosting a luncheon for local Elders, raising money for the Kylie Rowand Foundation, and participating in the Alpine Christmas Parade as a helping hand. Being the eldest of five, Cloey looks forward to focusing her attention on college and her future. She is described by those who know her as a natural leader with a keen ability to motivate others. She strives for excellence not only in her academic endeavors, but in all areas of her life.

 


 

 

2016 Scholarship Awards

In June 2016 the Alpine Woman’s Club was proud
to award three $2000.00 scholarships
Please meet our 2016 recipients

natasha

Natasha Beepath

Natasha Beepath is a graduate of Granite Hills High. She plans to major in Forestry and Natural Resources at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.  During high school, her extracurricular activities included:  Field Hockey, Lacrosse, wrestling, Forces of Nature, National Honors Society and was Vice President of the IB Service Club from 2014 – 2016.  Natasha’s Community Activities included:  Junior Volunteer at Sharp Hospital, Volunteer at Sevick Preschool, Volunteer for Zoo Corps, CYE Scholarship Pageant Teen Miss El Cajon 2015 - 2016, and Teen Miss Alpine in 2016.  Natasha worked throughout this year as a Park Aide for California State Parks.  She is described by those who know her as having tremendous initiative, a great work ethic and follow-through, as well as possessing integrity, dedication and a willingness to work hard to achieve her educational and career goals. 

kira

Kirra Pulsipher

Kirra Pulsipher is a graduate of Granite Hills High.  She plans to major in English Literature at Brigham Young University.  During high school, her extracurricular activities included:  Vice President of Choir, Captain of Water Polo Team and Swim Team, member of the Phoenix Foundation and member of Random Acts of Kindness.  Kirra’s Community Activities included:  volunteering for the San Diego Food Bank, East County Transitional Center, Toy and Clothing Drive for Syrian Refugees and a council member for Seminary.  She is described by those who know her as a leader who can foster a collaborative atmosphere and a skilled public speaker. She has never failed to demonstrated academic excellence, courteous and considerate behavior. 

erica

Erica Wilson

Erica Wilson is a graduate of Christian High School.  She plans to major in Journalism and Mass Communication at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.  During high school, her extracurricular activities included:  soccer, Alpine Dance Academy, Editor-in-Chief for Christian High School Yearbook, member of the Higher Ground Club, and a cast member of Christian Youth Theater.  Erica’s community activities include Leadership Team Member at Shadow Mountain Community Church, Leader of Vacation Bible School, assistant at Alpine Dance Academy and assistant/dancer to the Alpine-for-Alpine parades.  She, also, finds time to tutor local families, and is employed as a Dance Teacher/Assistant at Alpine Dance Academy.  Erica is described by those who know her as outgoing, loyal and supportive. She possesses strong academics and is a leader in the classroom.  She is dedicated to her community and understands the importance of serving others. 


2015 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

In 2015, three $2,000.00 Scholarships were awarded.

Alexia Jones

Alexia Jones

Alexia Jones is a graduate of Steele Canyon High School and ranked 26 in her class of 510 graduates.  Her plans are to major in Math and Finance at University of LaVerne in LaVerne, California.  During her four years at Steele Canyon her activities included tutoring middle school and high school students in Math.  Alexia was a Varsity Diver on the Steele Canyon Swim and Dive Team.  She was Treasurer for the Mito Action Club and was a member of the Cougar Crew.  She served as an Intern in Senator Joel Anderson’s Office attending community events and presenting State Senate Certificates of recognition on the Senator’s behalf.  As if this weren’t enough, Alexia volunteered at Quest Academy in Alpine, the Alpine Library and, somehow, found time to work at Alpine Ace Hardware.

Brent Signore

Brent Signore

Brett Signore is a graduate of El Capitan High School and ranked 57 in his class of 337 graduates.  His plans are to major in Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering at California State Polytechnic University at San Luis Obispo, California.  During his four years at El Capitan Brett played football and LaCrosse, and in his Senior Year, took Advance Placement Classes in Economics, Calculus, Computer Science, Physics and Language.  .  He volunteered as a Group Leader for Sonrise Church Summer Camp.  Brett was a member of the Parlimentary Procedures Team, and won State Finalist Awards on numerous occasions.  As well as being Treasurer of the Sagebrush 4-H Cub, Brett was a member of the Future Farmers of America.  He exhibited hogs at the Del Mar Fair and participated in the restoration of a 1971 Ford 3000 Tractor through the Eastern San Diego County Junior Fair.  Brett was, also employed at Vinny’e Pizza

Brielle

Brielle Wilkerson


Brielle Wilkerson is a graduate of Santana High School and ranked 57 in her class of 316 graduates.  Her plans are to major in Neurology/Biology.  Brielle plans to attend Cuyamaca College prior to transferring to a university.  During her four years at Santana her activities included Team Captain of the Santana Dance Team, and the Santana Gymnastics Team, Treasurer of the Santana Disney Club, and was a member of Santana’s National Honor Society.  Community activities included being a Minor in Action with the San Diego Police Department, a character performer with the Viejas Outlet Center and she was a competitor on the Joan Kroc Center Figure Skating Team.  Brielle worked part-time tutoring students and is the owner of “A Wish Come True Character Parties”. 

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