Scholarship Information

2023-2024 Scholarships

This list will be updated frequently, and information will removed when an application deadline has passed. If you have questions or need assistance, please see Mrs. Lorenz or Mrs. Neave in the Guidance office.

HearthStone of Wisconsin is offering two $1,000 opportunity scholarships to residents of Sheboygan County. Applicants must be identified as, and enrolled in a program for, students with an identified intellectual disability, traumatic brain impairment, or autism.

The scholarships are awarded to students who are planning to attend, and are enrolled/enrolling in, a university, college, technical school, vocational school, or an approved apprenticeship program.

More Information and application can be found at:

The scholarship has a value of $500 and is eligible to anyone choosing a career in the Natural Resources Field.


For Scholarship information and application go to:


The family of Carrie Stuckert has created the Dream Pool Foundation, a non-profit organization providing assistance to individuals pursuing education in visual arts. Currently Dream Pool is offering six (6) scholarship opportunities:

  • One (1) $5,000 scholarship
  • Two (2) $2,000 scholarships
  • Three (3) $1, 000 scholarships. 


  1. Visual Arts Program Major including Art Therapy.
  2. Evidence of involvement in activities in school or community.
  3. Autobiography: Submit a 1-2 page autobiography recognizing your activities, community service awards, reasons for pursuing a degree in the visual arts and how you plan on using your knowledge and skills upon graduation.
  4. 2 letters of recommendation (at least one from an art instructor).

More information and application: Requirements:  Carrie Crystal Stuckert Memorial Scholarship

The Ab Nicholas Scholarship Foundation seeks to make a college degree affordable for Wisconsin high school students who participate as players or managers in their school’s basketball program. Need-based scholarships, renewable annually, are offered for two- and four-year programs at any University of Wisconsin System school. 

Before you apply for an Ab Nicholas Scholarship check to see that you meet all of the eligibility requirements.


Go to for more inforamation and to apply 

The Millersville Recreation Association Athletic Scholarship will be awarded to up to three (3) deserving recipients from Howards Grove High School who intend to further their education at a technical school, college or university.

The following criteria shall serve as a guideline for selection of the scholarship recipients:
a. Academics
b. Athletics
c. Community Service and Involvement

For more information and application: Millersville Recreation Association
Athletic Scholarship


National Exchange Bank Foundation is offering a $1000 scholarship.

Scholarship Criteria:

  • Applicants must be a current senior at the designated high school with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Consideration will be given based on academic honors, awards and memberships; extracurricular activities both within the school and externally; community volunteer activities.
  •  Applicants must plan to attend an accredited public or private college, university or vocational school.
  • Beneficiary should qualify as low to moderate income as confirmed by the recipient School District. Low-to-moderate income individuals or families refer to individuals or families whose household income does not exceed 115 percent of the median income for the area when adjusted for family size.
  • Applicants will be considered regardless of race, creed, gender or color. • Preference will be given to an individual who has not received a number of other scholarships.
  • National Exchange Bank & Trust current employees, members of its board, participants in bank affiliated organizations and immediate family members of the aforementioned are not eligible.

Completed applications can be turned into the Guidance Office. 

Application: National Exchange Bank Foundation Scholarship


The Experimental Aircraft Association Sheboygan County Chapter 766 offers scholarships to area high school students interested in pursuing aviation-oriented careers. 

Two scholarships of $1000 may be awarded annually for use at any school with an FAA approved program. Students in Sheboygan County school districts are invited to apply for these scholarships which will be awarded based on high school performance, written recommendations and extra-curricular activities as well as an interest in aviation. The Scholarship Application deadline is May 1, 2024.

For more information and to apply go to:


We are offering two scholarships in the form of a one-time payment directly to the school of which the winner is enrolled. If you meet the criteria (see below for eligibility information), we encourage you to apply by completing our online application.



Two BCI Burke Community Scholarships are available:

One $500 scholarship will be awarded to a Moraine Park Technical College (WI) or Fox Valley Technical College (WI) student enrolled in the following programs: Interactive Media Design, Mechanical Design Technology, Mechanical CAD Drafting, Digital Media or Welding.

One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate student pursuing a bachelor's degree in engineering, marketing, graphic design or business.


For more information and to apply go to:



Foremost Media is excited to support a student in their quest to better their lives through higher education. With that in mind, we launched our Annual Foremost Media $500 Scholarship Award in 2019. We award at least one scholarship each year on June 1 to dedicated students who are pursuing or intend to pursue an undergraduate degree in Marketing or Web Development.


Deadline Details

Applications are accepted from:

March 1 - May 1, 2024

Scholarship awarded June 1, 2024


For more information and to apply go to:

The Sheboygan County Dairy Promotions Association is offering one $1000 scholarship and one $500 scholarship to Sheboygan County high school seniors enrolling in a post high school education program or those currently enrolled in their first year of post- or secondary education.


  1. Applicant must be a high school senior or post high school student in their first year of higher education to be eligible to apply.
  2. The applicant must be entering an Agriculture or Food Science related field of study.
  3. Educational institution/program that is any professional technical, vocational, 2-year or 4-year college to training equivalent or at least one year in school length.

For More information and for application go to:

Your thoughts – combined with your writing skills and creativity – can put you in line to receive one of seven scholarships. Rural Mutual Insurance Company, Wisconsin Towns Association, and Scott Construction, Inc. are again offering the following scholarships to winners of an essay contest. Scholarships will be awarded on the following basis: 

Two (2) $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to the students with the highest-ranking essay score from a town or village insured by Rural Mutual Insurance Company as of May 1, 2024. 
Five (5) $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to the top five additional students with the highest-ranking essay scores.

All applicants must graduate from a Wisconsin public or private high school in 2024 and plan to attend a Wisconsin public or private college or university in 2024.


Information and application at:


The Howards Grove Youth Trap Team wants to give back to its members and aid them in their future endeavors. Howards Grove Youth Trap relies heavily on sponsors and fundraising events to support the team and wants to further support its members with opportunity in the form of a scholarship. 


To Complete the application to go: Howards Grove Youth Trap Scholarship 

The Lakeshore Officials Association (LOA) is pleased to introduce our annual scholarship program. This scholarship has been established to assist graduates in continuing their education at the post secondary level. The funding of the scholarship has come from the generosity of the members of the LOA who have officiated athletic competitions at the area high schools who have utilized our services. As members of the association, we share the common belief that by providing scholarships, we can help our aspiring youth achieve their goals.


  1. Each applicant must be a graduating senior from a school who’s Athletic Director utilizes the services of LOA in part or whole for a Varsity sport.
  2. Each applicant must have earned at least one varsity letter through participation in a varsity sport.
  3. Each applicant must have an accumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater (on a 4.0 scale)
  4. The individual shall exemplify excellence towards athletics, sportsmanship, school and community.
  5. Each Applicant must return the enclosed application packet by the due date posted.

For More information and to apply: Lakeshore Official Association Scholarship 


One traditional student with an epilepsy diagnosis; a traditional student is defined as a high school senior OR a high school graduate who has taken no more than two years off before beginning their first year of higher education at a community college, a four year college or university, or a technical / vocational school.

A $1000 scholarship will be awarded in this category. 

To apply and for more information go to :

Are you worried about the high cost involved in acquiring a college education?
Prevention Magazine is pleased to award a $500 Scholarship to a graduating Senior with each issue we publish in your state!

To qualify to win a $500 Scholarship - All you have to do is write an essay (600 -800) words, double spaced, about a personal encounter you or someone you know has had with abuse.

  1.  You must currently be a high school senior
  2. Your school must be in: Iowa, Illinois, North Dakota, South Dakota, or Wisconsin
  3. You must have a 2.5 GPA or higher
  4. You must have plans to attend college or plans for a training program, JATC,
    Military, etc.

Note: All essays submitted are the sole property of the Prevention Magazine, LLC and are subject to editing. The writer of the winning essay will receive the
scholarship and have his or her essay and photo published in Prevention Magazine. For additional questions please call: 208-287-0375
Monday-Friday 8:30 A.M.- 3:30 PM

Please email the following information:

Full Name, Grade, School Transcripts, Address and color photo to:


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