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Special Application Instructions for the 2021 school year.

The application process has been changed slightly to account for the COVID-19 school shutdown. The normal deadline was April 15th, which has been shortened to April 1st to allow us to interact with school officials to gain the required information. 


1. Download the applications from this page or email: [email protected] to request one.
2. Follow the instructions and fill out your portion of the application and submit any required essays.
3. Email the application to us at [email protected] we will get the required information from the guidance office.
4. Late submissions will not be accepted any questions or concerns should be addressed to the foundation at [email protected] or 570-709-7091

Scholarship Administration Page

This scholarship is intended for a current graduating senior of Wyalusing Valley High School, who has been accepted to an accredited two or four-year college or university. Candidates must be in good standing with the school in terms of discipline, attendance, and grades. Specifically, to qualify as a candidate for this scholarship, a student must: Possess a minimum grade point average of 85.00 by the end of the first semester of their senior year.
Candidates must also participate in a minimum of two school or community-related activities (clubs, sports, music, 4-H) or show evidence of working a part-time job. Candidates must have good attendance. Students with 10 or fewer absences in grades 11 and 12 will qualify for the scholarship unless there were extenuating circumstances.
REQUIREMENTS: Candidates for the Wyalusing Area Education Foundation Scholarship will be required to:
1) Complete the scholarship application
2) Present a copy of a letter of acceptance to an accredited college or university that indicates acceptance into a post-secondary institution.
3) Complete two brief essays that are described in the application. Completed applications are to be turned into the Guidance Office for verification by the posted due date.
The application deadline: April 1st of each year.

Application Link

Please download this file, fill in all personal information and return to the High School Guidance Department for Processing


Historical Record

Please click the link below to access the historical list of Scholarship winners.

Previous Winners

The Betty Jane Brown Memorial Scholarship

Betty Jane Brown was born in Browntown in 1916. She grew up in Browntown where her mother, Lillian, worked at the bank in Wyalusing, Betty, along with siblings Lewis, Doris, and Louise, had a happy childhood and all graduated from Wyalusing High School, Betty graduated in 1933. She was a gifted artist and also played on the basketball team. She married Anthony Solowiej in 1936 and relocated to the Binghamton, NY area. They had four children, David, Suzy, Toni, and John. She remarried in 1966 to Joseph Zedar and they had a happy life together until she was widowed in 1994. She maintained an active social life - tap dancing until age 87- and family life with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren until she passed away at the age of 90 in 2007. She was adored by all who knew her and often shared how the happiest times of her younger life were growing up in Wyalusing. This Memorial provides for 2 $5000 scholarships each year to a graduating senior.


Betty J. Brown Awardees

Previous Winners

The Lincoln and Jane Welles Memorial Music Scholarship

The Lincoln and Jane Welles Memorial Music Award The Lincoln and Jane Welles Memorial Music Award was established to recognize a WVHS senior student who has excelled in the music department during their high school years.

It will be given at the annual Awards Night in the amount of $500.

Mr. and Mrs. Welles were very active in music throughout their lifetimes. Mr. Welles was a tenor vocalist and Mrs. Welles was a pianist. They performed together in their Church and community, as well as with the Choraliers, a local singing group. Mr. and Mrs Welles were also active in community musical productions in the Ft. Myers, FL area.

The criteria: Must be a senior at WVHS Must have been active in at least 2 different sectors of the WVHS Music Department for 2 years. Must exhibit the love of music in their performances. 

No application is required. Recommendations are made by the WVHS Music Department and given to the members of Mr. and Mrs. Welles' family, who makes the final selection.


Criteria: 1. Must have played varsity volleyball or football for at least two years consecutively (preferably a Junior or Senior)
2. Must demonstrate sportsmanship. 
3. Must demonstrate enthusiasm for their sport and their team. 
4. Must exemplify the meaning of a student-athlete. on the field or court and in the classroom. 
5. Must work hard and never give up. 
6. Must demonstrate school spirit- Once a Ram always a Ram!

Selection Process:
1. 3 student-athletes will be chosen by the head coach of football and volleyball based on the criteria with a brief statement of why the student-athlete should be selected.
2. The Huffman Family will select from that list
3. The winner will receive a scholarship/s of up to $400

Previous Winners


The Ray Raffin Football Scholarship was established by his family with the purpose of honoring Ray’s memory by supporting a graduating WVHS football player with plans to attend a two, or four-year post-secondary institution
1. Graduating Senior · Proof of Acceptance/enrollment in a two or four-year post-secondary institution
2. Average Academic performer in high school  3. Member of the Rams football team
4. Viewed by the team and coaches as a “team player”
5. Contributes to the school and/or community in a positive manner 

Selection of this award will be made by the family in consultation with school officials at the discretion of the family.
The scholarship will be in the amount of up to $1000.00 to be distributed to the winner or winners.
The scholarship will be awarded at the end of the awardees first-year of post-secondary education on the condition that they are in good academic standing at that point with a GPA of 2.75 or higher.

Previous Winners