Schulze Family Foundation College Scholars

The RMSFF board of trustees has overwhelmingly affirmed its support for the Schulze Family Foundation Scholarship program for graduating high school seniors from middle-income families.  This program is designed to reduce the crushing college debt burden faced by college students who have unmet need but don’t qualify for federal grant assistance. There are currently 131 Schulze Family Foundation Scholars from Minnesota, Florida, California, and Colorado who are attending more than 80 different colleges in pursuit of their dreams of becoming engineers, doctors, musicians, teachers, nurses and so much more.  They are involved in volunteer work through church and community activities, holding down part time jobs, participating in varsity athletics, Model U.N. and math team, just to name a few.  We are very proud to call them Schulze Scholars.

Our New 2019 Schulze Family Foundation Scholars

These students have distinguished themselves through community and/or church activities while showing significant academic achievement in high school. Scholarships are awarded for four consecutive years of full-time college enrollment with satisfactory academic performance.

Scholar NameHigh SchoolCollege or University
Aidan St. GeorgeEden Prairie High SchoolBethel University
Alexa MeyerCommunity School of NaplesSouthern Methodist University
Andrew EnckEdina High SchoolUniversity of St. Thomas
Anella CousinSt. Paul Central High SchoolUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Benjamin MansurSaint Thomas AcademyWeslayan University
Brooklyn JarrettSt. Paul Central High SchoolHoward University
Caden ChristiansenHenry Sibley High SchoolBethel University
Caitlin BishopVail Christian High SchoolMiami University
Camden BerryBarron Collier High SchoolUniversity of Florida
Catherine BauerHenry Sibley High SchoolMontana State University
Christopher HadzimaTotino-Grace High SchoolUniversity of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Claire LangiulliCommunity School of NaplesVillanova University
Claire WinogrodzkiNaples High SchoolBelmont University
Elizabeth PiipponenBarron Collier High SchoolUniversity of Kentucky
Griffin MalechaBethlehem AcademyUniversity of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Hailey MathieuGulf Coast High SchoolUniversity of South Florida
Isabella ShinnSt. Paul Central High SchoolUniversity of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Jack SchwartzHill-Murray SchoolDrake University; Drake University
Jaila RobinsonAcademy of Holy AngelsSt. Louis University
Jeno BroschofskyDeLaSalle High SchoolRingling College of Art and Design
Jessica WilkeningEdina High SchoolWheaton College
Jorge PerezGolden Gate High SchoolUniversity of Florida
Josephine TorresLely High SchoolUniversity of Miami
Julia GeursHoly Family Catholic High SchoolUniversity of St. Thomas
Kady MillEden Prairie High SchoolBentley University
Karen GutierrezBattle Mountain High SchoolMichigan State University
Kathryn WilkeningEdina High SchoolBethel University
Keilin StefanLorenzo Walker Technical High SchoolFlorida International University
Lucie LuEdina High SchoolUniversity of Minnesota- Twin Cities
Madisyn VanasseHenry Sibley High SchoolUniversity of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Margaret MurphyProvidence AcademyUniversity of Wisconsin Madison
Maria QuintanaBarron Collier High SchoolUniversity of South Florida
Markie RosenbalmPalmetto Ridge High SchoolUniversity of South Florida
Marta HessSt. Helena High SchoolUniversity of California – Davis
Matthew EnckEdina High SchoolUniversity of St. Thomas
Mauricio SantamarinaSt. John Neumann Catholic High SchoolWashington University
Mia PelosiSt. Helena High SchoolNew York University
Noah JohnsonSt. Paul Central High SchoolSt. Olaf College
Olivia EckelmanNaples High SchoolCollege of the Holy Cross
Olivia KinneCretin Derham Hall High SchoolUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln
Peter ExleySt. Paul Central High SchoolIowa State University
Ruby FilhartHenry Sibley High SchoolUniversity of Wisconsin-LaCrosse
Sarah CunniffVisitation SchoolRose Hulman Institute of Technology
Sean SorrickMarco Island Academy SchoolUniversity of Florida
Torie ShellenbergerPalmetto Ridge High SchoolUniversity of South Florida
Xander ThomasHenry Sibley High SchoolUniversity of Minnesota-Twin Cities