Nathanial (Nat) Mailhiot Memorial Scholarship

Open toFor students at Franklin Pierce and For students at Washington

This endowed scholarship was established by Ross Mailhiot and Amy Stewart-Mailhiot, honoring the memory of their son, Nathanial (Nat).


To award scholarships to graduating seniors from Franklin Pierce High School and Washington High School.

Amount2 scholarship(s) of $1,000 each. (total annual contribution: )
Award notesRenewable with conditions.
Selection criteria
  • Must be a graduating senior of Franklin Pierce High School or Washington High School,
  • Identifies as a member of a group that has been historically excluded or marginalized in higher education,
  • Demonstrates resiliency in the face of adversity
Selection process

Each school’s Scholarship Committee will select a recipient and an alternate annually. Should the primary award winner fail to meet the scholarship requirements, the award will be given to the alternate.


Nat Mailhiot attended Keithley Middle School and was a 2021 graduate of Washington High School. After graduation he enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he served as an Army Medic and rose to the rank of Specialist. Nat loved the outdoors, animals, and was a kind and caring soul.

Administration of the fundThe fund is administered by the Franklin Pierce Foundation, a nonprofit corporation registered in the State of Washington.
Method of payment
  • Receipt of a completed Scholarship Acceptance Form will hold this scholarship for the student. The scholarship can be held no longer than 16 months after June 30th of the year of graduation from high school.
  • Upon receipt of Proof of Enrollment Form including a student ID number, funds will be released to the institution in the name of the student.
Complete the Scholarship Acceptance Form and Proof of Enrollment Form online at:
Fund typePermanently endowed scholarship