Eastern Oregon REN 2023 High School Scholarship
The Eastern Oregon REN aims to assist eastern Oregon School districts in their efforts to recruit high quality educators. The 2023 High School Scholarships seek to provide financial assistance to graduating high school seniors interested in pursuing a career as a Pre K-12 educator.
High school seniors graduation in good standing in the Spring of 2023 from a public high school in Grant, Harney, Lake, Malheur (including Huntington SD in Baker County), or Wallowa Counties.
Students planning to attend college and ultimately plan to pursue a career as a preschool or K-12 educator; and
Preference to students with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
*List of Eligible EOREN High Schools
Grant: Students will apply through Grant ESD
Grant Union Jr/Sr High
Long Creek School
Prairie City School
Harney : Students will apply through Harney County Supporting Our Students
Burns High School
Crane Union High School
Lake: Students can apply through this form or contact Lane Stratton at Lake County ESD. Application deadline May 26th, 2023.
Lakeview Senior High School
North Lake School
Wallowa: Students will apply through this form. Contact info for each school is located on the form.
Enterprise High School
Joseph Charter School
Wallowa High School
Adrian High School (apply through Adrian SD, contact Megan Lowder)
Four Rivers Community School (apply through 4RCS, contact Chelle Robbins)
Harper Charter School (apply through Harper SD)
Huntington School (apply through Huntington SD)
Jordan Valley High School (apply through Jordan Valley HS)
Nyssa High School (apply through Nyssa SD)
Ontario High School (apply using this form -- application deadline May 1, 2023)
Vale High School (apply using this form -- application deadline May 1, 2023)
*Graduates residing within the EOREN region and graduating from online charter schools housed within one of the EOREN district (Silvies River Charter School, Oregon Connections Academy, etc.) may be eligible for scholarships. Eligibility will be determined by the organization administering the grant funds. Please contact your local school district with any questions.