Your gift may take whatever form provides you with the greatest personal satisfaction and/or maximum tax benefits. You may give the Foundation securities, real estate, insurance, personal property or cash. The Foundation will work with prospective donors to identify options to achieve donors' charitable objectives and provide maximum tax benefits.

Dr. Marion Maule Scholarship

The Maule Scholarship was established in 1990 by Dr. Marion Maule of Las Vegas, Nevada with a donation of 800 shares of American Express stock. Dr. Maule grew up in Keota where his father had a plumbing business. His family was not able to help him financially to pursue his goal of becoming an orthodontist. He worked throughout college to earn his own way and did complete his orthodontic training. He had an established orthodontic practice in Las Vegas, where he resided until his death in October, 2002.

The Keota School Foundation and the community of Keota is grateful to Dr. Maule for his generosity and support of our school and students. This scholarship fund will enable many students to pursue further education who may have had great financial obstacles without this support. As of 2015: This scholarship is $2000 per year for 4 years, if criteria is met and a 2.0 GPA.

Edna Schreckengast Antes Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1997 (Testamentary Trust) by Joella Antes, a 1928 KHS graduate who passed away in 1996, in memory of her mother – Edna Schreckengast Antes. The net income from this scholarship fund will be awarded each year to a deserving female student with high academic achievement so that this student may further her education. The award is $1000. As of 2016: The award is $2000, non-renewable, to a female student.

Frank A. & Edna B. Klein Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2002 by John E. Klein & Mary Isabelle Montgomery. It is need based, bnt not necessarily to a low income student. It could be a middle income family not receiving much financial aid, but the student should be a goal oriented and focused student. the scholarship will follow the student throughout their scholastic goals to a Tech, 2, or 4 year degree. The award is $500 - 1000 and is given to graduates in even numbered years. As of 2016: Given to 3 students each year. Award is $1000 per student. Given every year.

Jaynane "Jayne" Lillig Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2013 by a bequest from the estate of Jaynane Lillig, Class of 1961, who passed away in the fall of 2012. There were no criteria in the bequest. The 2013 Foundation Board voted to award $1500 each to two students each year. The Foundation Board anticipates awards to last 12 years.

Helen Mc Fadden Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1990 by Jack McFadden, who passed away in 1999, in memory of his wife, Helen, who died in 1989. The criteria include academic potential, quality of character, desire to excel and financial need. There is one $800 award on odd numbered years. As of 2016: Award is a one time $1600, given every year.