|For students at Franklin Pierce
This Scholarship is funded by donations made in the memory of Jose Alfaro, a member of the FPHS Class of 2011, whose life was cut short by a brain tumor.
A scholarship award is made to a graduating senior of Franklin Pierce High School who has completed AP or Pre-AP World History.
|1 scholarship(s) of $1,000 each. (total annual contribution: $1,000)
|One time award.
The AP World History teacher will select the top five or six students from a list of graduating seniors who have taken AP or Pre-AP World History at Franklin Pierce High School. These names will be submitted to the Franklin Pierce Scholarship Committee which will select the recipient from these names. An alternate shall be selected annually and the scholarship shall be awarded to that individual if the primary award winner does not meet the requirements of the scholarship.
Jose was a member of the Franklin Pierce High School Class of 2011 whose life was cut short by a brain tumor. Being who he was, Jose lived far longer than his doctors predicted. He loved learning and all he ever wanted to do was go to school. He never complained, no matter how sick he was and faced every day with determination and a wonderful sense of humor. This scholarship was initiated by Jesse Bartlett who had Jose in AP World History. One of his last memories of Jose is when he showed up for the AP exam when he could barely walk and made it through the entire test. The scholarship will be awarded to an AP or Pre-AP World History student who exemplifies Jose’s humor, friendliness and determination.
|Administration of the fund
|The fund is administered by the Franklin Pierce Foundation, a nonprofit corporation registered in the State of Washington.
|Method of payment