These are scholarships that the school has received information about. Please contact Mrs. Breer with any questions.

Minnesota JCI Senate
Application due by January 5, 2018
The Minnesota Junior Chamber International (JCI) Senate Club joins the US JCI organization in presenting scholarships to selected high school seniors.  Each application will be screened based on appearance, neatness, content, scholastic abilities, extracurricular activities, financial needs, and correctly following the directions.  The top 2 applications from Minnesota will be submitted for national judging. 
Scholarship apps can be found in the school Library or at this website.

Foundation for Rural Service Scholarships
Application due by February 17, 2018
The Foundation for Rural Services in cooperation with NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association seeks to sustain and enhance the quality of life in America by advancing an understanding of rural issues, FRS strongly supports the continuing education of Rural youth.  To be eligible the applicant must be a high school senior, a US citizen, be sponsored by a current NTCA member, be accepted by an accredited 2 or 4 year college, have at least a C grade point average, and express interest to return to a rural community following graduation.  Applications can be found in the school library or online at 

Minnesota Telecom Alliance Foundation
Application due February 23, 2018
Six $2,000 scholarships will be awarded to 2018 Minnesota graduating high school seniors. To be eligible, applicants must be attending post-secondary education at either a university, college, or technical college, be a Minnesota resident, and the applicants family mus subscribe to at least one service from Park Region Telephone, Otter Tail Telecom, Valley Telephone or Rothsay Telephone.  Applications can be found in the school library or online at

AGCountry Scholarships in Agriculture
Application due by March 1, 2018
AgCountry Farm Credit Services is offering scholarships for high school seniors entering college in the fall of 2018.  Scholarship awards are $1000 each.  Applicants must be from an actively farming or ranching family OR must be planning to pursue a career in farming or some other aspect of agriculture such as agriculture extension, agricultural education, soil conservation, farm and ranch management, agricultural finance, veterinary medicine or agri-business.  Applications are in the school library. 

MWGA Foundation Scholarship
Application due March 31, 2018
The Minnesota Women's Golf Association Foundation scholarship is renewable for 4 consecutive years and it is made available to high school senior girls who plan to enroll in a four year college program.  The applicant must have a GPA of 3.2 or above and be a US citizen and domiciled in the state of Minnesota.  A copy of a submitted FAFSA must also be included with application.  The MWGA Foundation scholarship is based on scholastic rating, financial need, quality of character and a involvement in the sport of golf.  Applications can be found in the school library or Mrs. Breer's office.

SFM Foundation Scholarship
Application due by March 31, 2018
The SFM Foundation provides scholarships to students whose parents were killed or seriously injured in workplace accidents while working for Minnesota, Iowa, or Wisconsin Employers.  The Application form can be found at 

Russell Jensen Scholarship
Application due by April 15, 2018
This is a $250 scholarship open to seniors who are going into the Electrical field which will allow them to remain and serve in the rural area.  Application materials are in the school library and Mrs. Breer's office.


HELPFUL SCHOLARSHIP WEBSITES                                                                                                          

 *Students interested in the field of engineering should visit: for a list of several engineer-related scholarships.

*Scholarships - Minnesota Institutions:

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Tip #1:  Have you talked to your church, insurance agent, bank,or your parents' place of employment yet?  Those are all excellentresources for scholarships. 

Tip #2:  You never know what you are capable of unless you try -don’t be the student that later regrets not going for it and giving ittheir all.

Tip #3:  If you are going to apply, do a good job.  Theperson/people reviewing it won’t spend time trying to understand yourhandwriting and will know if you took your time on it.


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