THOMAS J. KLINEDINST, JR MEMORIAL STUDENTS OF INTEGRITY SCHOLARSHIP

The 2021 SOI Scholarship deadline has passed. Stay tuned for the 2022 application!

The Students of Integrity (SOI) Scholarship showcases high school students who demonstrate a superior understanding of ethics. The Center awards the scholarships to the high school students with the highest-scoring essay.

WHO CAN APPLY?

Senior high school students are eligible

HOW MANY & HOW MUCH?

We will be awarding two, $2,500 scholarships

HOW LONG DO I HAVE?

The 2021 deadline has passed.

2021 Winners

Anna Hammann Headshot.jpeg

Anna Hammann
Seton High School Cincinnati,
University of Cincinnati

Alexandra Born Headshot 2 (1).JPG

Lexi Born
Madeira High School,
University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill

2003-2021 statistics about our scholarship program

77
SCHOLARSHIPS
AWARDED

358
APPLICATIONS

$84,500 GIFTED

67
PARTICIPATING
HIGH SCHOOLS

PREVIOUS SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

2020

Paul Allison, Covington Catholic

Cade Harvey, Scarlet Oaks Career Campus

2019

Seth DuCasse, Cincinnati State Technical College (Student Veteran of Integrity)

2018

Bailee Batch, Indiana Connections Academy

Ashley Poff, Georgetown Jr./Sr. High School

Colson Rosa, Ohio Virtual Academy

Madison Van Erp, William Mason High School

 

2017

Wyatt Grimm, Ross High School

Sumedha Kappagantula, Lakota West High School

Jacqueline Ketcham, East Central High School

Maddie Schenthal, Villa Madonna Academy

 

2016

Erinn Aulfinger, Lakota East High School

Andrew Evans, Oak Hills High School

Noah Holtman, Scott High School

Paige Kappes, St. Henry High School

 

2015

Ben Lehman, Holy Cross High School

Jonathan Reese, Loveland High School

Emily Rush, Wyoming High School

Mary Wurtz, Villa Madonna Academy

 

2014

Carolyn Cook, William Mason High School

Sarah Draper, Turpin High School

Kegan Main, Batesville High School

Keshila Mann, Walnut Hills High School

 

2013

Kaitlyn Luckey, Mother of Mercy High School

Kailey Holtman, Scott High School

Kelsey Patton, Live Oaks Vocational School

Alexis Porter, William Mason High School

 

2012

Matthew King, Lakota East High School

Madison Stephens, Wyoming High School

Aichetou Waiga, North College Hill High School

 

2011

Jamie Bourne, Lebanon High School

Morgan Kershaw, Lebanon High School

Sarah Schwab, Mother of Mercy High School

2010

Garrett Holsinger, Lakota East High School

Kori Michael, Talawanda High School

Renee Obringer, Lebanon High School

Amanda Rigdon, Lebanon High School

2009

Holly Claypole, Dixie Heights High School

Lynette Fenchel, Glen Este High School

Shawna Jones, Scott High School

Kelly Schmidt, McAuley High School

 

2008

Ashley Cramer, Scott High School

Kayla Durden, Calvary Christian School

Katharine Lawrence, South Gallia High School

Lakreshia McKenzie, Purcell Marian High School

Sydney Otis, Scott High School

 

2007

Stacy Buschhaus, Ursuline Academy

Evan Daniel, Reading Jr./Sr. High School

Alex Johnson, William Mason High School

Alexander Sutter, Talawanda High School

Alex Vaught, Sr. Henry District High School

 

2006

Samantha Bitter, Mount Notre Dame High School

Shannon Dooley, Conner High School

Donte Farmer, Robert A. Taft Information Technology Sr. High School

Mary McCullough, Anderson High School

Tyler Waddle, Central Baptist Academy

Jordan Wheeler, Central Baptist Academy

 

2005

Jacqueline Ellis, Lebanon High School

Stephanie Long, Summit Country Day

Ben Schulte, Colerain High School

Devan Smith, Bellevue High School

Amy Trostle, Connor High School

Lauren Winsett, Boone County High School

 

2004

Hillary Carter, Lakota East High School

David Foster Clay, William Mason High School

Jordan Elbert, Simon Kenton High School

Amy Miller, Simon Kenton High School

Alex Peppers, Oak Hills High School

 

2003

Lauren Creditt, Glen Este High School

Kyle Dragan, LaSalle High School

Elena Hisset, Sycamore High School

Kristina Jorg, Seton High School

Sarah Sutter, Talawanda High School