Scholarships

William A. DeGregorio Memorial Scholarship

William DeGregorio was a 1964 graduate of Hoover High School.  He attended Marquette University and majored in history and politics.  He worked as a freelance writer and editor and authored “The Complete Book of U. S. Presidents”.  Bill died at a relatively young age.  His family made a contribution to the North Canton Alumni Association to create a scholarship in his memory to be awarded to a graduating senior who plans to major in journalism or communications.  Applications for this one-time scholarship can be found here.  Scholarship-WmDegreg-FINAL

Frank Berrodin Citizenship Scholarship

The Citizenship Scholarships are named for Frank Berrodin.  He was a former Midget Football Commissioner, Little League Baseball Player Agent and PTA President.  These scholarships recognize graduating seniors who have been good citizens and have given great effort in their years at Hoover High School.  Students are nominated for these scholarships by their teachers.

Fred & Barbra Stevens Memorial Scholarship

Fred & Barbra Stevens had two sons who played football & baseball at Hoover.  They were active in the community and supported all the athletes & students.  Their sons Dale, a dentist, and Mark, a doctor created this award to be presented to an outstanding student athlete.  The winner is selected by the Athletic Director and several coaches.

G. Kenneth Oberlin Eagle Scout Scholarship

G. Kenneth Oberlin  was an integral part of the local Boy Scout movement for many years, serving as Scoutmaster for 38 years, and seeing many young men reach the Eagle Scout rank.  His sons, Kenneth Ray and Richard, both earned the rank of Eagle.  Applications for this scholarship can be found here.  Scholarship-GKO-Eagle-FINAL