The official site of the

Floyd Schmoe Peace Scholarship

Picture: Floyd Schmoe Picture
Floyd Schmoe sitting in Seattle Peace Park, which he created from a weedy patch at the north end of Lake Union.  The statue memorializes Sadako, a 12 year old girl who died from cancer after the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan.  Photo courtesy of Harley Soltes/The Seattle Times.

Welcome to the Floyd Schmoe Peace Scholarship Website.

The Floyd Schmoe Peace Scholarship was established in 1997 and was available to all high school seniors in the Seattle Public Schools and Shoreline Public Schools with post-high school education plans.

The last award was presented in 2012, when a student was awarded a $1,500 scholarship.

The Floyd Schmoe Peace Scholarship is currently suspending awards and may provide awards again if funds become available.

The Floyd Schmoe Peace Scholarship has given awards to 22 deserving students and $25,500 has been dispersed to recipients over a 15 year period.

Please check our website again to see if future awards are available.

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