The Foundation administers scholarships to encourage continued study in college, university, or technical school. Each scholarship has its own qualifying requirements and awards committee. If you would like more information, or if you are interested in offering a scholarship, please contact the Foundation office. You may also target gifts to help bolster one or more scholarships. To donate to any of the below scholarships please click here.
The Topeka West High School Class of 1962 Scholarship was established in 2012 to commemorate the first graduating class of TWHS on the anniversary of their 50th high school class reunion. Please click here for the application packet.
For TWHS and HPHS graduates. Click here for the application packet.
Scholarship for students displaying interest and proficiency in Debate and Forensics. Click here to download an application packet.
For TWHS graduates.
In 2009, upon the retirement of Doug Goheen, the graduates of Topeka West established a designated scholarship fund in honor of Doug Goheen and his long time collaborator and tech director at West, Mike Callaway. This scholarship coincided with the Board of the Topeka Public Schools renaming the theater at West the Douglas P. Goheen Auditorium. The Fund was created to establish a scholarship to award deserving theater students who will go on to pursue a career in the arts -- an application packet is available here.
Retiring from Topeka Public Schools after a long and dedicated career, Dr. Susan Rogers established a scholarship for graduating TPS students to encourage greater numbers of quality educators. Your contributions to this scholarship will help grow the support these future teachers receive. Click here for an application packet.
The Bernice and Larry Robbins Scholarships were established in 2012 by “LR” Robbins, a 1967 graduate of Highland Park High School, as a Robbins family legacy initially honoring Highland Park High School. Today three $1,000 scholarships are available annually to any TPS graduating minority senior. Click here to download an application packet.
The Minority Leadership Academy Program was established in 2010. The Scholarship was created by the first group of graduates of the academy. This group's goal is to inspire minority talent to pursue an education degree after high school. The hoped for program outcome is that students of color are influenced to return to TPS to work after college graduation. Click here to download an application packet.