Bartlesville High School students Mabel Glock and Andrew Day recently received $16,000 college scholarships from the Phillips 66 Dependent Scholarship Program.

Sophia Gulley, a senior at Wesleyan Christian School, also received a $16,000 college scholarship from the Phillips 66 Dependent Scholarship Program.

The competitive program awards outstanding college-bound students whose parents work for Phillips 66 or one of its subsidiaries. The awards are based on academic excellence, community service and financial need.

Glock is the daughter of Phillips 66 employee James Glock, Andrew Day is the son of Phillips 66 employee Richard Day, and Sophia Gulley is the daughter of Angela Gulley.

“This scholarship program reflects Phillips 66’s commitment to the communities where we live and operate, and builds on our corporate vision of improving lives,” said Claudia Kreisle, Phillips 66 director of Philanthropy & Community Engagement.

Phillips 66 is a growing energy manufacturing and logistics company with high-performing midstream, chemicals, refining, and marketing and specialties businesses, headquartered in Houston.

“We congratulate all students on their achievements inside and outside the classroom and wish them every success in college,” Kreisle said.

The Phillips 66 Dependent Scholarship Program will annually award as many as 66 four-year scholarships of $16,000 each for higher education at any accredited institution.

Scholarship America, a neutral, third-party administrator of educational assistance programs, selects the recipients and manages the program for Phillips 66.