Andert Family Scholarship Fund
Barbara, Henrietta & Jack Curtis Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Barbara and Henrietta Curtis Memorial Scholarship was originally established in 1989 by Jack C. Curtis, Lakeview High School Class of 1941, his son Randy, class of 1967, and his daughters Jane Curtis Geluso, class of 1968 and Vicki Curtis Wolf, class of 1971. The scholarship honors Barbara Curtis, wife of Jack and mother of Randy, Jane and Vicki, and Henrietta Curtis, mother of Jack and grandmother of Randy, Jane, and Vicki. In 2016, in memorial tribute, Jack Curtis' name was added to the fund, it is now named the Barbara, Henrietta & Jack Curtis Memorial Scholarship Fund. This scholarship is awarded to a graduate or graduating Lakeview High School senior who is physically handicapped or has orthopedic disabilities, has potential for success in higher education, and has demonstrated an ability to live above the handicap.
Dave Peterson Fund for Youth Character Education
The Dave Peterson Fund for Youth Character Education was established in 2017 in honor of Dave's retirement and his 40+ years of service in education and 6 years leading the Lakeview School District as its superintendent. Under his leadership, highlights include: the secondary international program, the K-8 Sherman Lake HCCR-Camp to Classroom partnership and a district commitment to operate under the lens of Equity.
Dr. Robert D. Spencer Education Grant Fund
Dr. Robert D. Spencer Education Grant Fund
Fin's Journalism Program Fund
Gary & Marlene Beard Athletic Scholarship Fund
By the time May 9, 2014 arrived, the surprise event, "Operation Code Purple" had been successfully kept a secret from the honorees and namesakes of the Gary and Marlene Beard Athletic Scholarship Fund. A fitting tribute to who many see as Lakeview School Districts, "First Couple." No matter what event you go to - football, basketball, baseball, soccer, wrestling or golf... just to name a few... you will probably hear Gary and Marlene in the crowd yelling, "Go Lakeview!"
George and Jean Seifert Memorial Scholarship Fund
This scholarship fund was established in memory of George and Jean Seifert by their children and through the generous gifts of community members who participated in, benefited from or knew of their ministry over the years. Originally called to Battle Creek to help out at First Baptist Church, Reverend Seifert would soon, two years later, begin pastoring at Lakeview Baptist Church where he served for over 35 years. George and Jean strongly believed in helping people and helping the community.
George Byelich Student Athletic Scholarship Fund
James H. Mahoney Memorial Sports Fund
Jean Creech Shear Art Fund
Although Jean Creech Sheer didn't choose art as a career, it choose her... A chance encounter with art in grade school started a love and participation in art that carried her throughout her life including the more than 10 pastels she painted during her time at the nursing home until her passing November of 2015. For Jean, art was love, encouragement and beauty. Jean enjoyed taking and looking at pictures, quilting, drawing, collecting Hallmark Christmas ornaments, puzzles, coin collecting, crafts and holiday decorating. Mrs. Shear was also an active member of the Lakeview PTA. This fund, established by her children, celebrates her life and the power of art and will provide support to Lakeview School District students who, through this fund, just may have their own chance encounter with art and fall in love with it as she did.
Judi Dolezal Memorial Scholarship Fund
Kay and Karl Randels Grant for the Arts Endowment Fund
Lakeview Alumni Scholarship Fund
Lakeview Alumni Scholarship Fund Resolve for a better tomorrow exists in the hearts and minds of young adults. The Lakeview Alumni Scholarship embodies a legacy of achievement observed through the civic contributions of previous graduates. Eligible students will demonstrate depth of character including civic responsibility, maturity, kindness, respect, educational enthusiasm, and human integrity. Consideration will be weighted to support those who have financial need.
Lakeview Area Council PTA Scholarship Fund
Lakeview High School Baseball Boosters Community Project Fund
Lakeview High School Class of 1961 Education Fund
At their 30th class reunion, members of the Lakeview High School Class of 1961 discussed leaving a legacy to commemorate their times together at Lakeview. They wanted their legacy to be something that would make a difference in people's lives; they wanted to help motivate and assist adult students who wish to pursue their education. The Class of 1961 attained its financial goal in just two years; it has set an innovative example of how the bond between past graduates and their commitment to education and their community can make a lasting impact.
Lakeview High School Commemorative Brick Fund
Lakeview Schools Educational Foundation
Lakeview Schools Educational Foundation-Jefferson Fund
Lloyd W. Heselschwerdt Scholarship Fund
Marie and Frank Eldridge Scholarship Fund
The Marie & Frank Eldridge Memorial Scholarship was established in 1989 by Pat Fosdick and Richard Eldridge to honor their parents. The Eldridges were active in the Lakeview Community, longtime supporters of Lakeview High School, and loyal fans of Lakeview Spartan athletic teams. As Spartans sports boosters, the Eldridges offered encouragement to many young student athletes. Marie and Frank has a special pride and affection for Lakeview. This scholarship is awarded annually to Lakeview High School graduating seniors to assist them in pursuing higher education. The scholarship is selected based on outstanding citizenship, participation in varsity athletics, academic achievement, and letters of recommendation.
Marjorie A. Pastor Scholarship Fund
Mary D. Durham Scholarship Fund
Mary Ellen Vanderveer Scholarship Fund
Minges Family Scholarship Fund
Myers Education Fund
The Pathways Fund was established in 1997 through the Lakeview Schools Educational Foundation's fundraising efforts in response to a matching grant opportunity. This fund aims to respond to the needs of local employers in the area of workforce development.
Robert M. Ward Scholarship Fund
This scholarship fund was established in honor of Robert M. Ward after he was named the Michigan High School Principal of the Year in 1990. The scholarship will be awarded to graduating seniors or graduates of Lakeview High School who are seeking educational opportunities beyond high school. Criteria will be based on leadership, scholarship, citizenship, service, industry and effort, integrity and responsibility.
Rose Ferguson Scholarship Fund
Steve Straub Sports Camp Scholarship Fund
Steven P. Straub "Straubie", was a 1981 graduate of Lakeview High School, former Jr. Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach, and In-House Suspension Supervisor. He played four years of basketball and football, three years of track, and one year of baseball at Lakeview High School. Steven played one year of football at Olivet College, and one year of baseball at Kellogg Community College. He played City Recreation football, tennis, racquetball and ping pong. Growing up, he also wrestled, played soccer and floor hockey, swam, and enjoyed diving. Steve loved all sports and made many friends while participating. He understood the importance of teamwork and savored the thrill of competition. Steve was compassionate, loving and fun, and known for his infectious smile. In Steve's memory, his family, co-workers and friends have contributed money to establish annual scholarships for 8th to 11th grade Lakeview students to attend summer sports camps. Due to his love of all sports, scholarships are not limited to a specific sport.
Teri E. Christ Memorial Endowment Fund for the Support of Dyslexia Education
The Special Achievement Scholarship Fund
Theodore N. Thomas Scholarship Fund
Vosburg Scholarship Fund
For Lawrence and Florence Vosburg, teaching was a way to impact lives for generations and they were excellent at it! Their love for being educators was infectious, in fact, not only did they spark an interest in the profession amongst some of the students they had in their classroom, but children in their neighborhood also choose teaching because of their influence. The Vosburg Scholarship Fund will continue their legacy while emphasizing the importance of education beyond high school for Lakeview High School graduates.