In the summer of 2003, Carrie Colglazier a 2002 Hamilton Southeastern graduate was tragically killed by a drunk driver. Carrie was a two sport All-State athlete in soccer and track and was very involved in the FFA program here at HSE. Carrie was extremely passionate about her family, friends, teammates and her teachers and coaches. She took a great deal of pride in being a Royal. To learn more watch this video created by 2015 HSE Grad Noah Sandel.
2018 Workday is Saturday, March 24. The sign up to hire workers will be available here in February.
Hire a student to spring clean, mulch, wash windows, paint, work on the lawn, plant flowers, trim bushes, rake leaves, empty gutters, clean the garage. All proceeds go to the Carrie Colglazier scholarship fund. The annual scholarship will be awarded this spring to a member of FFA, Girl’s Soccer, Girl’s Track & National Honor Society.
WORK DAY COMMITTEE
Jim Self, email@example.com
Greg Davidson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Hill, email@example.com
Julie Alano, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Jacobs, email@example.com
Leah Ann Self, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Younts, email@example.com
Charity Keffaber, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please provide as much detail as possible about the job and be sure to indicate the time you would like them to arrive and approximately what time you think they will finish. You will receive details when workers are assigned on Sunday, March 18.
In cooperation with her parents, Hamilton Southeastern High School has established a scholarship in honor of Carrie. Funding for the scholarship includes a community service work day each year. On this day the HSE girl’s track and soccer athletes, along with members of the FFA and National Honor Society, will be available to work for an 8 hour day with a minimum $25.00 donation per worker. All proceeds will go to the Carrie Colglazier Scholarship Fund. The scholarship is awarded annually at Senior Awards Night in May.
The scholarship is currently $12,000 awarded over 4 years. The scholarship is funded by Bud and Karen Colglazier, Community Service Work Day, FFA Donkey Basketball and private donations.
– Must participate in Girl’s Soccer, Girl’s Track, be a Member of FFA or National Honor Society
– Must participate in the community service work day throughout High School
– School Activities
– Academic Achievement
– Community Service
– Leadership Roles
Bud & Karen Colglazier
Due April 13, 2018 (the Friday after Spring Break)
2004 Recipient Emily Ax, a 2004 Hamilton Southeastern graduate, was a member of the track and soccer teams. She started her higher education in the fall of 2004 at IU and transferred to IUPUI later on. In 2009, Emily will graduate with a degree in Education.
2005 Recipient Auna Murphy, a 2005 Hamilton Southeastern graduate, was a member of the track and volleyball teams. In the fall of 2005, Auna attended Ball State University.
2006 Recipient Chad Zagar, a 2006 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern, was a member of the football and track teams as well as the FFA. He is currently attending Purdue University to pursue a degree in Aeronautical Engineering. Chad is also involved with the Air Force ROTC.
2007 Recipient Erin Duffy, a 2007 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern, was a member of the soccer team. She started her higher education at Butler in the fall of 2007. She is currently attending Indiana University for Pre-Med.
2008 Recipient Christina Cook, a 2008 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern, was a member of the track and competition cheer teams. She currently attends the Law School at Loyola University Chicago, after earning a degree in strategic communication from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 2012.
2009 Recipient Maria Lunik , a 2009 graduate of Fishers High School, was a member of the Hamilton Southeastern FFA. She currently attends Purdue University.
2010 Recipient Patrick Robinson, a 2010 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern, was a member of FFA and the wrestling team. He currently attends Purdue University where he is a member of the wrestling team.
2011 Recipient Emily Wikle, a 2011 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern, was a member of the track and field and competition cheer teams. She currently attends The University of Mississippi where she is studying education.
2012 Recipient Jordan Tatom, a 2012 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern, was a member of the track and field and cross country teams. She currently attends Purdue University where she is studying nursing.
2013 Recipient Austin Davidson, a 2013 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern, was a member of the boys soccer team, National Honor Society, and served as President of his class all four years. He currently attends New York University studying Musical Theatre and Drama.
2014 Recipient Hannah Allaben, a 2014 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern, was a member of the girls track team, FFA, and served as an FFA Officer. She currently attends Oklahoma State University.
2015 Recipient Hannah Self, a 2015 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern, was a member of the girls soccer team and is completing her 10th year of 4-H. She will attend Purdue University in the fall of 2015.
2016 recipient Lindsey Schuler, a 2016 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern was a member of the girls track team, competition cheer squad, and National Honor Society. Lindsey also served as president of National Honor Society. Lindsey will attend Butler University to study physical therapy.
2017 Recipient Olivia Kegley, a 2017 graduate of Hamilton Southeastern, was a member of the girls basketball team, volleyball team, and National Honor Society. Olivia will attend Indiana University to study Secondary Social Studies Education.