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Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Indian Hill Foundation Awards Senior Scholarships

Four Indian Hill School District students have received The Rabenold Scholarship for 2020 (From L to R: Jillian Rice, Kimberly Zwolshen, Jorie Alf, Callie Gibson.)

The Indian Hill Foundation is proud to announce the recipients of this year’s senior scholarship awards.

The Rabenold Scholarship has been generously initiated by Marjorie and Marlyn Rabenold and their children, all of whom are alumni of Indian Hill High School. The Rabenolds also have several grandchildren who are either graduated from or currently attending Indian Hill Schools, showing the family’s deep and long-standing belief in the excellence of the Indian Hill District experience. The annual scholarship is a one-time $1,000 award given to a graduating senior who is a “13 year” attendee of IH schools and, through his or her application, best exemplifies one or more of the Indian Hill High School’s six pillars: Excellence, Opportunity, Pride, Leadership, Integrity, Respect. 

Jillian Rice is this year’s recipient. She will be attending Oakland University as a member of the varsity swim team and will pursue a degree in nursing. 

Mrs. Rabenold commented, “We continue to be impressed with the student applicants for this scholarship. Their choices, commitment and accomplishments have left "the good old days" and moved on to "world, here we come"! Jillian identified one of her main goals early in her high school years. She kept her focus on learning and teaching the value of something many take for granted, clean water, and helped two villages in the Dominican Republic create a system that would give them clean water for 10 years. Maintaining the project included the never easy 'fund raising', plus communicating with local businesses, gathering helpers, both local and in the community being affected, and while doing this living a very active high school and community life.”

The William P. Kincaid Scholarship is a long-standing tribute to former teacher, coach, advisor and all-around cheerleader for all students, Bill “Boss” Kincaid. This is a $500 scholarship given to a graduating senior who is the child of an IHHS alum and is based on overall merit. 

This year’s other recipients include;

Kimberly Zwolshen, daughter of Janice Macke Zwolshen, attending University of Michigan

Callie Gibson, daughter of Jeff Gibson, attending DePauw University

Jorie Alf, daughter of Debbie Horton Alf, attending Rollins College

The Indian Hill Foundation is the home of the Indian Hill Alumni Organization. Members of the Alumni Relations Committee represent 6 decades of alumni experiences and are proud to recognize these accomplished students.

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