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Apply for a Scholarship

The Moline Foundation has $61,000 in scholarships available.

Our scholarships include post-secondary certificates, apprenticeships, and associate and bachelor degrees. Graduate work is not included.








The following scholarships are available through endowed funds.

Chapman Family Scholarship

Tanya, Paul, and Tiffany Chapman are proud Rocky grads, who received a rock- solid educational foundation through Rock Island Schools. They’re proponents of education and are pleased to help other Rocky grads pursue their dreams, while becoming self- sustaining contributors to society.

Chris "Spey" VanSpeybroeck Memorial Scholarship

Chris VanSpeybroeck died of meningitis at the early age of twenty-one. The Chris "SPEY" VanSpeybroeck Memorial Fund’s mission is to educate families and others about bacterial meningitis and preventative approaches to the disease.

The D.A.R.E. vision is a world in which students everywhere are empowered to respect others and choose to lead lives free from violence, substance abuse, and other dangerous behavior.

Dolores A. Hulse-DiIulio Scholarship

They provided funds to a female student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, physics, engineering, or medicine. Mrs. Hulse-DiIulio was a chemistry teacher at Moline High School for 36 years, she had always wanted females to believe that the field of science was for them not just for men!

Doug Reynolds Rotary Scholarship

Doug Reynolds recognized the need for education and a prosperous community with a high quality of life. He worked as part of the East Moline Rotary as an agent promoting community change.

Ina Duncan Banks Memorial Scholarship

Providing funds to a Rock Island County female resident with two years of undergraduate work completed. All who knew Ina Duncan Banks were impressed with her professionalism, courage, and humanity.

Lee McAllister Memorial Scholarship

Mr. Mac loved his students, teaching, coaching, and living in Moline. This scholarship honors his desire to help young people pursue education and become productive members of their community.

Hazel Van Arsdale Memorial Scholarship

Hazel F. Van Arsdale strongly believed in the importance of music. She taught music in elementary and secondary education for 36 years. She ensured all her students knew every verse of our patriotic hymns.

Jack Dye Scholarship

A well-known teacher in Moline and Aledo, IL, Jack Dye coached basketball, golf, and tennis. He enjoyed the daily challenge of engaging students in timely discussions about the social sciences.

Lee Womack Scholarship Fund

Lee Womack’s first love was teaching and talking to the students about life. He always said, "You can do anything you want, but good things don't come easily. To do it right, you have to work hard."

Moline High School Class of ’59 Scholarship

The MHS Class of 1959 Scholarship assists, encourages, and benefits deserving students interested in self-improvement and further learning to become more productive and contributing citizens.

Moline Kiwanis Charitable Foundation Scholarship

Moline Kiwanis seeks to encourage young people to reach out to the broader community and provide volunteer service.

Stan Woods Scholarship

A teacher, guidance counselor, and dean of students spanning 38 years, Stan’s enthusiasm for life, love for learning, and genuine compassion for students were a part of his daily life at Moline High School.

Srikanth Yerra Memorial Scholarship

Srikanth Yerra, a 2005 graduate of Moline High School, participated in tennis and basketball. His philanthropic spirit led him to donate blood, work at the hospital after school, and work at the Moline Public Library during the summer.

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