Scholarship Winners

Candidates for these two scholarships will demonstrate potential as future council and/or CATE leaders. The Fristrom Scholarship will go to a teacher who has taught ten (10) years or fewer. The Henke Scholarship will go to a teacher who has taught more than ten (10) years.  One of the two awardees must represent an underrepresented minority group. And recipients shall be first time attendees at a CATE Convention. Winners receive registration to the Annual Convention (including a membership) and all convention meals.

2024

Fristrom Scholarship:
Enrique Solis, PUC Triumph Charter Academy, Sylmar

Henke Scholarship:
Sara Mortimer-Boyd, Los Angeles City College

Reid Scholarship:
Sarla Sohl-Dawson, Carver Elementary School, Long Beach

2023

Fristrom Scholarship:
Morek Annie O’Rourke (Redwood Council)
Jessica Mosteller (Greater San Diego Council)

2022

Henke Scholarship:
Jamelle Jones, High Tech Elementary North County, San Marcos

Fristrom Scholarship:
Adriana Ponce, High Tech High Mesa Middle, San Diego
Jillian Bowman, High Tech High Elementary North County, San Marcos
Carmen Silvey, Mills Middle School & CSU Sacramento, Rancho Cordova
Courtney Greer-Brown, Vistamar High School, El Segundo

2020

Henke Scholarship:
Sarah Gluck Perez, Ventura Unified, Ventura

Fristrom Scholarship:
Lauren Parker, Stone Ranch Elementary, Poway

2019

Fristrom Scholarship:
Haley Adams, Freedom Middle School, Bakersfield

2018

Anne Henke Scholarship – Katie Olson, Mater Dei Catholic H.S., San Diego

Fristrom Scholarship – Desirae Long, Hidden Valley Middle School, San Diego

Virginia Reid Scholarship – Hannah Cook, Sacred Heart Parish School, San Diego

2017 

Fristrom Scholarship – Liqa Moin, Jordan Middle School, Palo Alto

Anne Henke Scholarship – Star Pedron, Our Lady of Fatima, Modesto

Kathleen Cecil Scholarship – Ashley Olio, Adda Clevenger School, San Francisco