• 2022 PSF Awards

    The application deadline for the 2022-23 Pennsbury Scholarship Foundation awards was May 2, 2022. Applications are no longer being accepted. Award notifications will be mailed on or around June 10th.
     
    We need volunteers to help read & score applicant essays!
     
    Reading will take place remotely over the weekend of June 3-6. We will send complete instructions to all volunteers. Please complete THIS FORM to register as a volunteer reader!  
     

  • Photograph of Kristin HugginsKristin Huggins Memorial Scholarship

    The Pennsbury Scholarship Foundation is proud to announce the Kristin Huggins
     Memorial ScholarshipKristin was a 1987 graduate of Pennsbury High School and a 1991 graduate of Temple University. Art was what she loved best. Kristin was devoted to developing and sharing her love for art with everyone and she was prepared to pursue this career path in her adult life. The Kristin Huggins Memorial Scholarship was established through the outpouring of many caring and generous family, friends, and community members who were touched by Kristin's life and the tragic events that led to her death in 1992. Three scholarships will be awarded annually in memory of Kristin, beginning in June 2022.

     


    Photograph of Bonnie ReddingBonnie L. Redding Memorial Scholarship
    The Pennsbury Scholarship Foundation is proud to announce the Bonnie L. Redding Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship was created in January 2021 by Bonnie's mother, Frances Redding. The first scholarship was awarded in June 2021. 
     
    Bonnie was a beloved wife, mother, daughter, and educator. A Pennsbury graduate herself, Bonnie returned to the school district she loved as a high school math teacher. Bonnie had a remarkable enthusiasm and passion for education. She brought unique creativity to her classroom, and had a special way of connecting with all of her students. Beyond just teaching math, Bonnie was a mentor, an advocate, and a protector. Many of her former students regularly returned to her classroom for assistance, assurance, or just a hug when they were having a tough day. Bonnie is missed dearly by her family, friends, colleagues, and students. As someone who gave her whole heart to education, this scholarship enables her memory to live on through future Pennsbury graduates.