Our Three Moms Scholarship Foundation has been established to help further the educational and career aspirations of senior status students at Fort Vancouver High School and Hudson’s Bay High School that eligible for graduation. Our Three Moms Scholarship Foundation provides a one-time, $7,000 scholarship award. The foundation is also committed to providing continued support for each recipient throughout their undergraduate tenure if the eligibility requirements are met. The scholarship will be awarded to the individual who meet the eligibility requirements listed below, is of good standing at school and in the community, demonstrates financial need and has had to deal with personal and/or family challenges in their lives.


  • Senior year student at Fort Vancouver or Hudson’s Bay High School eligible for graduation
  • Show intent and desire to continue education at an accredited two or four-year College or university.
  • Maintain a cumulative high school GPA of 3.2 or above
  • Has been involved with extracurricular activities within the school for at least two years (i.e. Sports, ASB, NHS, Key Club, etc.)
  • Currently living in a single-parent household
  • Is able to demonstrate financial need

Directions to Apply

  1. Complete the application form and a typed narrative no longer than one (1) page in length that addresses the questions listed under the Attachment section of this application.
  2. Attach one (1) unofficial copy of your high school transcript.
  3. Attach two letters of recommendations from your teachers, employers, or other adults that knows you well, but is not related to you, describing your qualities and why you should be the recipient of this scholarship award.
  4. The application and attachments must be submitted online.
  5. Application packets must be received on or before May 13th, 2022 to be considered. Applications received after that date will not be accepted.

Our Mission

Our mission is to assist in providing a quality education both in and beyond the classroom to deserving college-bound students from single-parent homes. The board members and supporters of the scholarship are committed to instilling in our students:

A commitment to the development of their
intellectual, social, and moral dimensions

A belief in using one’s gifts and talents in service
for others

A sense of the passion and value of education