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Roller Skating Foundation Scholarships

The Roller Skating Foundation offers two scholarships, available to all graduating high school seniors of RSA members and affiliate members who can be certified to be a child of an owner or an employee of a RSA skating center or a child or employee of an RSA affiliated member. 

Please note: The 2018 scholarship application is NOT YET ready for release. Please check back in the fall of 2017 for the updated form. 

Following are the winners of the RSF Scholarship for 2017


Kierstan Snider, daughter of April Snider, of Skateland, in West Plains, Missouri, has been awarded a scholarship in the amount of $4000 by the Roller Skating Foundation. Kierstan is currently a senior at West Plains High School, maintains a 4.0 unweighted GPA, and is ranked first in her class of 232. Scheduled to graduate high school in May 2017, she is also dual enrolled and attending Missouri State University while still in high school. Kierstan is active in her community and has an impressive list of activities and organizations she participates in, including Future Business Leaders of America, Kiwanis Club, Future Farmers of America, and BETA. Kierstan plans to continue her studies at Missouri State University, seeking a Bachelor’s Degree in business.On behalf of the Roller Skating Foundation Scholarship Committee and the entire Foundation Board of Directors, please join me is congratulating Kierstan Snider on her accomplishment.

Jillian Maynard, daughter of Larry Maynard, of Skate Zone Fun Center, Austintown, Ohio, has been awarded a scholarship in the amount of $2000 by the Roller Skating Foundation. Jillian is currently a senior at South Range High School, maintains a 3.9 unweighted GPA, and is ranked 14th in her class of 115. Scheduled to graduate high school in May of 2017, she is also dual enrolled and attending Kent State University while still in high school. Jillian has demonstrated leadership in several ways, including leading a school mentoring organization called “Sisterhood,” pairing incoming Freshman girls with Senior peer “Big Sisters.” Jillian seeks to “pay it forward” and participated in a church mission trip to Belize, helping to provide electricity to a school in need. Jillian plans to continue her studies and pursue a degree in nursing while attending Youngstown State University.On behalf of the Roller Skating Foundation Scholarship Committee and the entire Foundation Board of Directors, please join me is congratulating Jillian Maynard on her accomplishment.

Roller Skating Foundation Scholarship Committee
Brian Molony
Keith Brainard
Bill Hoefler, Chairman

Questions? Contact Lynette Anacker at foundation@rollerskating.com or call 317-347-2626 Ext. 107.