Klicka Scholarship

For over a decade, the  Jessie Klicka Foundation offered a scholarship to a graduating high school senior living in North Park. The North Park Historical Society was  proud to coordinate this scholarship. Unfortunately, the Jessie Klicka Foundation will no longer be offering the North Park Scholarship effective in 2014. North Park students are still eligible to apply for the other scholarship offered by the Jessie Klicka Foundation.

For Information on the other scholarship from the Jessie Klicka Foundation contact Katharine Klicka, P.O. Box 1518, Carlsbad, CA 92018 760-822-3434 or katharinekk@gmail.com

Previous winners of the North Park Klicka scholarship were:

2013.  Mikayla Rae Stern-Ellis, a graduate of the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts who had a weighted GPA of 4.57 and was Valedictorian of her class. a Her career goal is to become a Primatologist living in Borneo and working for the Orangutan Foundation International to save orangutans from extinction. She decided to attend Tulane University.

2012. Kelley Boland, a graduate a San Diego High School. Kelley had a GPA of 4.37 and ranked 7th in her class of 120. Kelley especially enjoyed her classes in Math, Physics and Biology. She also played Varsity Tennis for all 4 years of high school. She is now attending Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo.

2011. Goni Dubnov, a graduate of The San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts. In addition to her 3.9 GPA, Goni has worked as a professional circus performer and gave back to the community by performing for fundraisers and non-profit organizations. Goni elected to attend Mills College and study mathematics.

2010. Taylor Bazley, a graduate of San Diego High School where he was very active in student government and played Varsity Tennis. He graduated with a 3.6 GPA and went to UCLA.

2009. Julie Le, a graduate of Hoover High School where she maintained a 4.3 GPA and participated in Varsity Badminton, was President of the Asian Pacific American Club and the Junior Optimist Octagon International Club. Julie was an Aaron Price Fellow and went to UCSD.