Oklahoma High School Seniors Receive CCOSA Scholarships
May 11, 2018

May 9, 2018


Oklahoma High School Seniors Receive CCOSA Scholarships


Oklahoma City, OK – The Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration (CCOSA) and its affiliate associations have selected twelve high school seniors to receive 2018 CCOSA Student Scholarships. Fifty high school seniors applied for the scholarships.

CCOSA Executive Director Pam Deering, acknowledged the achievements of the scholarship winners. “Congratulations to the amazing students who received this year’s awards, she said. “Each one of these students represents the quality and excellence we are proud to see in high school seniors graduating from Oklahoma public schools.”

The following scholarship winners will be recognized at CCOSA’s 2018 Annual School Leadership Conference in June:

Additional $4,000 winner:

Anna Antuono, Lone Grove High School, CCOSA/OSAG/Gene Keith Scholarship


$2,000 scholarship winners include:

Ethan Renner, Deer Creek High School, CCOSA/OSIG/Randall Raburn Scholarship

Rylee Detrick, Ringwood High School, CCOSA/MGM/Harvey Reimer Scholarship

Allison Ragsdale, Tuttle High School, OASA/Horace Mann/Pete Rhames Scholarship

Brendle Wilson, Byng High School, CCOSA/Renaissance Learning/Steven Crawford Scholarship

Hannah Reynolds, Midwest City High School, OASSP/RedSky Constructors/J.B. Flatt Scholarship

Hayden Burt, Fort Gibson High School, OMLEA/RedSky Constructors Scholarship

Isaac Eichelberger, Harrah High School, OAESP/Horizon Financial Services Scholarship


$1,000 scholarship winners include:

Cheyenne Hale, Sapulpa High School, OSAG/Regional Scholarship

Faith Reed, Hobart High School, OSAG/Regional Scholarship

Molly Biggs, Frederick High School, OSAG/Regional Scholarship

Matthew Rattan, McAlester High School, OSAG/Regional Scholarship


Finalists were selected by CCOSA member committees on the basis of academic, extracurricular and essay responses. Applicants are also children of current members in one of CCOSA’s professional associations. Winners were selected by an interview panel of CCOSA member representatives.