Festival Scholarships

All proceeds from the Festival go to support
scholarships for graduating Conway seniors.

Application

Festival of the Hills Scholarships are available to all graduating high school seniors from Conway who submit complete applications, no matter what the graduate’s post-graduation plans may be.  Primary consideration is given to a student’s community/school involvement, academic standing, and work history.

Past Recipients

2020 (awarded in 2921)

  • Amanda Canepa
  • Aiden Falla
  • Brooke Flanders
  • Sage Fuller
  • Christy Kasbo
  • Kenedie Kocot
  • Zoe Lemos
  • Ethan Machon
  • Peter Newman
  • Devyn Prusak
  • Abigail Selva

A total of $7000 was awarded to 11 students representing 5 schools (Frontier; Charlemont; North Star; PVPA; Mohawk).

2021 (awarded in 2022)

  • Tyler Baranowski
  • Joseph Farrell
  • Odin Moore
  • Iain Spearance
  • Bruton Strange

A total of $ $4600 was awarded to 5 students representing 4 schools (Frontier; Williston; Smith Academy; Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion School).

We are pleased to announce that the following Conway students as recipients of Festival of the Hills Scholarships:

2019 (awarded in 2020)

  • Emmett McGranaghan  
  • James Morgan 
  • Mackenzie Pitittieri 
  • Margaret Strange
  • Olivia Romanovicz

A total of $4000 was awarded to 5 students, representing 3 different schools.

2018 (awarded in 2019)

  • Grace Cabral 
  • Margaret Farrell
  • Claire Harrison
  • Kaylin Kocot
  • Trace McLaurin
  • Kipling Newman
  • Samuel Parsons
  • Brooke Romanovicz 

A total of $7000 was awarded to 8 students, representing 7 different schools.

2017 (awarded in 2018)

  • Gabriel Boutté-Foster 
  • Jordan Ford-Solomon 
  • Macy Kasbo 
  • Lauren MacDonald 
  • Suzannah Mazur 
  • Patrick McGranaghan 
  • McKenzie Patterson 

A total of $5050 was awarded to 7 students, representing 3 different schools.

2016 (awarded in 2017)

  • Liam Falla
  • Hazel Lou Goleman
  • Kalina Majercak
  • William Morgan
  • Ian Newman
  • Ryan Olmstead
  • Kalina Melissa Shaw
  • Hannah Winans

A total of $6400 was awarded to 8 students, representing 4 different schools.