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

​Lillian Saure Nursing Scholarship
Application Due by May 15, 2018
The PioneerCare Auxiliary is pleased to sponsor an educational scholarship for community members and employees of PioneerCare who plan to advance in health care career and are enrolled in a related degree or certificate program such as: Licensed Practical Nurse or Registered Nurse.  Applications can be found in the school library or online at 

Minnesota Women in Public Finance
Application due June 1, 2018
Minnesota Women in Public Finance operates a scholarship program that allocates up to $5,000 annually.  Individual awards may vary.  To qualify you must be a female student, college undergraduate in her freshman or sophomore year in the fall of 2018 OR a high school student entering her senior year in the fall of 2018, have at least a 3.0 GPA, exhibit leadership skills, and indicate an interest in pursuing a public finance related career in finance, government, nonprofits, banking or law.  Applications are in the school library.  Applications must be submitted by Email to

Horatio Alger Association
Application due by June 15, 2018
We would like to invite students interested in enrolling in Career and Technical Education programs for Fall 2018 to apply for the Horatio Alger Association Career and Technical Scholarship Program.  The association will award 1020 scholarships in 2018 with a maximum award amount of $2500.  The online application can be found at

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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