Scholarships

  • 2019-2020

    Clover Schools Alumni Scholarship Association Scholarship Applications

    The Clover Schools Alumni Association will be awarding $3,500.00 through three scholarships at the end of the

    2019-20 school year

    The deadline for scholarship applications was March 2 and all scholarship applications for the 2020 year have been received.  Winners will be announced at the CHS Awards Ceremony in May.

     2018-2019

    Clover Schools Alumni Association

    Awards First Scholarship to Catherine Faulkner

    Catherine Faulkner

     May 16, 2019 was an exciting night for the alumni association as Pam Cato, President of the Clover Schools Alumni Association, presented the first Clover Schools Alumni Scholarship, in the amount of $1,000.00 to Miss Catherine Faulkner. The alumni scholarship is made possible through alumni donations and is awarded to a Clover High School student who demonstrates promise in the areas of academic achievement, involvement in school and non-school activities, and in leadership opportunities. Catherine certainly exemplifies each of these qualities.   Academically, Catherine is in the top 5% of her class.  She is a member of the National Honor Society where she has served as Vice-President of Service.  She is also a member of the National French Honor Society, and served as a 2018 Junior Marshall.  In 2017, she served as the Clover High School Leadership Representative to the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Conference at Furman University. Catherine has worked on many community service and outreach projects while serving as a volunteer with organizations such as the Clover FFA, the York County 4-H Dairy Club, Bethany ARP Church, HOSA, and Piedmont Medical Center.  Outside of school, Catherine is an active member and participant in the Paso Fino Horse Association where she holds an array of titles including several Paso Fino Horse Association National Champion Gold Medal Awards.  She is a member of the Paso Fino Youth Team and the United States Equestrian Federation where she has won the title of Paso Fino Youth Grand National Champion and Grand National Champion Reserve Champion. She is also active in the South Carolina Junior Holstein Association, the South Carolina Cattlemen’s Association, the South Carolina 4-H Dairy Heifer Project, and the 4-H/FFA York County Swine Project.  In the fall of 2019, she will begin her studies at the University of South Carolina as she pursues her dream of becoming a flight nurse.  The Clover Schools Alumni Association is proud of this year’s recipient and wishes her well as she continues her education.

     2019-2020  Scholarship Award Recipients 

    At the end of the 2019-2020 school year, the Clover Schools Alumni Association was proud to be able to provide two scholarships in the amount of $1,500.00 each to the following Clover High School students:

    Cody Austin Cook

    Cody Cook

     Cody is in the top five percent of his class.  He is active in student council and has served as the sophomore, junior, and senior class president.  Cody is a member of the French Honor Society and served as the Palmetto Boys State delegate during his junior year.  During his sophomore year, Cody served as the Hugh O'Brian Youth Delegate.  In addition, Cody is a member of the National Honor Society, French Club, and the Mock Trial Club.  Cody has also served as assistant poll manager with York County Elections.  Cody has volunteered his time to organizations such as the Interact Club, the HOBY Program, and Special Olympics.  In the fall, Cody will attend Winthrop University and major in history.  The Clover Schools Alumni Association is proud of Cody and wishes him well as he continues his education. 

    Samuel Parker Gossett

    Sam Gossett

     Sam is in the top ten percent of his class.  He is an officer in the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) and vice president of the Kitty Hawk Honor Society.  Sam participated in the Broyhill Leadership School during his junior year and served as council president.  Sam is a member of the National Honor Society.  In addition, Sam has served as student coach, secretary and safety captain for the Robotics team and captain of the JROTC Quiz team.  Sam has volunteered his time to organizations such as the VFW Poppy Drive, Special Olympics and Rise for Hunger. In the fall, Sam will attend Clemson University's Calhoun Honor College and pursue a degree in engineering.  The Clover Schools Alumni association is proud of Sam and wishes him well as he continues his education.