Past Tehama County Republican Scholarship Award

2020-22 Postponed because of Covid-19

2019 - Angel Finefrock of Corning, Dylan Hausman of Los Molinos, and Olivia Henderson of Corning will each receive $500. Stephanie Mills and Elizabeth Fuller both of Corning each will receive $250 each. Totaling $2,000.

2018 - Daniel Crispino of Red Bluff and Abigail Fierce of Corning, each received $750 scholarships. Totaling $1,500.

2017 – Gabriel Fregoso of Red Bluff and Jennifer Silvera of Los Molinos will each received $1,000 scholarships. Totaling $2,000.

2016 - Jesus Madrigal of Orland, received $700. Daisy Alston of Orland, Tessa Betenbaugh, of Orland, Sarah Grine of Corning and Gillian Celho of Gerber, received $200 awards. Totaling $2,000.

2015 - Jorge Ceja-Carrillio of Vina and Danielle Mincer-Mueller of Red Bluff received will each receive $500. Totaling $1,000.

2014 -  Madelyne Henderson of Corning, Megan Lynn DiDio of Red Bluff, and Adrian Garcia Zatary and Consuelo Langarica-Barraza both of Los Molinos each received $250 scholarships. Totaling $1,000

“The work of volunteers throughout our country represents the very heart and soul of America. They have helped make this the most compassionate, generous, and humane society that ever existed on the face of this earth.”

President Ronald Reagan

Each year the Tehama County Republican award graduating Tehama County high school seniors with a scholarship which not only reflects their academic success but also their commitment to community service. 

The scholarship is to be awarded to worthy recipients who have displayed an outstanding example of community service and who will pursue a course of study leading to a post-secondary degree or certificate from a college, university, community college, or vocational school. The school where such studies are to be pursued shall be accredited and/or approved by the appropriate State Department of Education.  

Applicants must be a member of the current year graduating class from any public, private, charter, or home school located in Tehama County who has maintained at least a 3.0 grade point average in high school. The deadline for applications is APRIL 15 of each year. Applications to be posted at a later date.
Ava Peters, Los Molinos is the daughter of Chauncey and Melissa Peters. She graduated from Los Molinos High School and plans on attending Saint Mary's College in Moraga California where she will pursue a BS in Psychology and Anthropology. Pictured with Tehama County Republican Chairperson Michael Holtsclaw.
Lane Duarte is the son of Greg Duarte and Staci Lewis. He graduated from Red Bluff High School and plans on attending Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona where he will pursue a BS Degree in in Exercise Science. He is pictured with Tehama County Republican Chairperson Michael Holtsclaw.
2023 Scholarship Recipients
The deadline for this year's scholarship has passed and the committee is reviewing the applications submitted.