The Northern High School Music Boosters Organization is offering one $1,000 scholarship in Spring 2022 to a graduating senior of Northern High School for a one-year period according to the following criteria.  All applications will be assigned a number for review purposes.

Each Candidate must:

  1. Have participated for a minimum of two (2) years in a Northern York School district high school music program. This includes, but is not limited to: Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Orchestra, Chorus, Marching Band, Indoor Percussion, Indoor Dance, Indoor Guard, Musical, and Bear Singers.
  2. Be accepted into (or applied to) an accredited institution in an appropriate Associate’s Degree or Baccalaureate Degree Program.
  1. Plan to attend accredited institution on a full-time basis.
  1. Have a grade point average calculated at the end of the 2rd marking period of the senior year, that includes:
    1. An overall “B” average in high school.
    2. An “A” average in all music classes or music ensembles, if appropriate, during high school.
  1. Submit at least one letter of recommendation.
  1. Complete, in its entirety, the scholarship application.
The monies may be applied toward tuition, student activity fee, course-related supplies, course-related equipment, and course-related books.  Award of the scholarship monies will occur after the recipient presents receipts at the end of the first semester that demonstrates attendance at an accredited higher education institution on a full-time basis.  If receipts are not presented, the award money will not be distributed.
Letters of recommendation must be from a teacher, counselor, minister, civic leader, or the head of a volunteer organization in which the applicant is active.
Incomplete applications will not be considered for a scholarship.


2022-2023Elizabeth Anthony$1000
2021-2022Mary Wells$1000
2020-2021Makenna Landis and Makayla Decker$1000 each
2019-2020Rachel Ford and Mia Miller$500 each
2018-2019Bri Hertz and Isaac Staats$500 each
2017-2018Hannah Gricks$500
2016-2017Leah ReDay