Roy W. Hill Music Scholarship
Roy W. Hill was a very quiet, reserved man who loved his community and wanted to leave his mark on North Central Washington forever. Mr. Hill, chemist, husband, friend, and lover of music died of cancer in 1998. In his passing the love he had for music, especially classical music, never faltered. His will provided for two generous four-year, college scholarships each year for students from Chelan or Douglas counties who plan to major in music.
Application Opens: January 1st
Application Due Date: March 1st
- Graduating senior who is a Chelan or Douglas County resident
- Enrolled as a full-time student majoring in music
Note: This scholarship is paid over four years and requires an update showing educational progress in the field of music, a successful academic year, and completion of forty hours of community service to keep the scholarship in place the following years. Volunteer hours should be documented using the Roy W. Hill Community Service Form and submitted with your assigned Follow Up Form.