College Scholarship

Hall of Fame

Recognizing Outstanding Seniors

In the spring, RHS Drama seniors can apply for college scholarship through the boosters. In the application, students discuss the impact they have had on RHS Drama, the leadership they have demonstrated, their participation in drama events, and their involvement in the larger community.

Drama Booster Scholarships

Each year, the Redmond High School Drama Boosters award college scholarships to recognize students who have demonstrated significant involvement in RHS’s Theatre Arts program. We are delighted to acknowledge their talent, enthusiasm, participation, and leadership in the drama community, as well as in the RHS and Redmond communities at large.

2020

Nathan AllenShipman
Kendall Barnes
Julianne Farley
Emma Johnson
Katie Krmpotich
Manatsu Okada
David Papel

2019

Joey Macchiarella
Lindsey Nielsen
Chloe Waite
Jing Jing Wang

2018

Brendan Bibby
Rafael de Leon

2017

Cassidy Barnes
Erika Beehler
Ben Broughton
Ember Johnston
Isabella Pollock
Amy Wren

Marc Diamond Scholarship

Marc Diamond (1944-2005) was a teacher, theater director, playwright, and novelist. He was an inspiration to his nephew, Kyle Stella (RHS ‘12), and hundreds of other students during his life. For eight years, this special award was given to an outstanding student who participated in a variety of roles throughout their four years in the Redmond High School Drama department. The scholarship was generously provided by Marc’s family.

2019 - Rebecca Bailey

2018 - Sarah Cauthorn

2017 - Kaelyn Melrose

2016 - Erich Schleck

2015 - Liz Bailey

2014 - Alex Gossard

2013 - Andy Taing

2012 - Collin Byrne

Ember Johnston Scholarship

Ember Johnston (RHS ‘17) was a creative member of our drama department, a leader to our underclassmen, and a passionate contributor to the community at large. Ember used their Drama Booster scholarship to pursue a BFA in Directing, Playwriting, and Production at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Together with Ember’s family, the Boosters created a two-year memorial scholarship. This scholarship was given to an outstanding student who, like Ember, has chosen to further their studies in the arts beyond high school.

2020 - Kenzie Sigel

2019 - Emma Drazkowski