Beginning in 2012, the Southlake Kiwanis Club recognizes outstanding, active, graduating senior Key Club members.
In 2015, the Club designated the top scholarship as the Milt Glenn scholarship in honor of the dedication and leadership shown by our founding Club President.
2017 Winner Leinia Geiger – Milton Glenn Scholarship
2017 Winner Jackie Giles
2014 Key Club Scholarship Winners Brett Lepicier, Claire Clayton and Brendan May.
2014 Key Club Scholarship winners Brett Lepicier and Brendan May pictured with Southlake Carroll Key Club Advisor Kimberly Lufkin who was recognized by the club with a special plaque in recognition of her efforts on behalf of Key Club and Kiwanis.
Service, Leadership, Inspiration
Graduating Seniors, who are active Key Club members and intend to continue their education beyond high school at a four-year college, a two-year college, vocational technical school, or business school are eligible to apply for one $1000 scholarship and two $500.00 scholarships.
- Complete Kiwanis Scholarship Application 2016
- High school transcript through seven semesters
On a separate page write a maximum 500-word essay, focusing on your educational goals and how your education will allow you to continue service and philanthropic efforts throughout your life.
- Evaluation of completed application
- Quality of applicant’s written essay
- Financial need
- Demonstrated community service through Key Club and/or Southlake Kiwanis
Although you are not required to type this application, emphasis is given to neatness and appearance of your application.
Southlake Kiwanis feels that providing a professional application, free of grammar and spelling errors, is an important learning process for your future endeavors.
In some cases, final decisions may be made on the quality of the application.