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.

Applicants must be a Howards Grove High School Senior and have participated in the Cub Scouts/Boy Scouts during his academic career. Applicants should demonstrate academic success, involvement in community and participation in school activities.

Recipient will receive a $250 scholarship to be used at an accredited public or private college, university or vocational school or for purchasing tools for your apprenticeship.

More information or to apply: Pack 3828 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 :

Grieve Law is offering two scholarships each for $500

Scholarship One: 

Submit a typed essay of around 500 words on an ethical dilemma:  

Describe a situation where you encountered an ethical dilemma. Discuss the conflicting values or principles at play and how you navigated the decision-making process. Reflect on the implications of your choice and what it reveals about your moral reasoning. 


Scholarship Two:  

Submit a typed essay of around 500 words on family dynamics:  

Discuss the role of family dynamics in shaping your personal growth and development. How have your relationships with family members influenced your values, goals, and sense of belonging?