Kirvin Smith was a teacher and senior class advisor for many years at Ancaortes High School. .
Kirvin Smith was a long-time, well-liked and highly respected history teacher and Senior Class Advisor at Anacortes High School during the 1950's, 60's and 70's. Mr. Smith is remembered for his dedication to his profession and for being generous with his time--he was always available to help out on projects and special assignments. He was civic minded, as evidenced by his years of active participation in the Anacortes Kiwanis Club, and he shared his passion for community service with his students. His wife, Anne, taught first grade in the district also for many years The Kirvin Smith Memorial Scholarship is offered in his memory.
- Anacortes High School senior, boy or girl, attending a four-year college.
- Must have a reasonable chance for academic success and in need of financial aid.
- The student must be of good character and show responsible citizenship.
- The student must have maintained a minimum GPA of 2.8 for the sophomore through senior years, and must have completed requiremnets for entry into a four-year college or university.