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ScholarshipDEADLINEEXPIREDELIGIBILITY AND REQUIREMENTSAMOUNTCONTACT INFORMATIONWEBSITE LINKMajor
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4-H Livestock Scholarship and also Legacy Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearCollege bound students who have been a 4-H member for at least 5 years. Can be used at University, College, Vocational, or Trade school. One scholarship is the Livestock Scholarship which requires 3 years of mastery in the livestock area. Another 8 scholarships are awarded under the Legacy of Leadership Scholarship. Finialists will be required to submit video.$1,000go.illinois.edu/4Hscholarships

Writeable pdf on web site
4-H
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Dr. Lillian Adams Parks Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearSeniors of African-American descent or who significantly participate in and promote organizations and activities in the African-American Community. Live in St. Clair or Madison County. Have a GPA of 2.5/4.0 (on our scale 3.5/5.0). Not be an immediate family member of The Links Inc. Essay required.variesThe Gateway (IL) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated
c/o Sharonica L. Hardin, PhD, PHR
P.O.Box 11555
Clayton, MO 63105

sharonicahardin@att.net
314-494-7181
African-American
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America's Farmers Grow Ag Leaders Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 year
more info available
Nov. 15, 2017
Must have 2 letters of recommendation from farmers, Apply online.$1,500Brian Leake
America's Farmers Community Outreach Manager
Brian.D.Leake@monsanto.com
FFA.org/scholarshipsAgriculture
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Farm Credit Services of Illinois Scholarship not yet set for 2017-18 yearCurrent high school seniors who will be college bound students this fall with agriculture related majors and agricultural career aspirations. There are no restrictions on which community college, university, or trade school applicants plan to attend. Applicants must complete and submit an online registration form and a scholarship application. Essay required. 500 words or less(24)
$2000
ask@farmcreditIL.comwww.farmcreditIL.comAgriculture
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Highland FFA Alumninot yet set for 2017-18 yearApplicant must be a current senior at Highland High School, a current member of the Highland FFA Chapter, and planning to pursue an agriculture-related degree at a trade school, two-year college, or 4-year college.TBASee Mr. Jones if you have not already filled one out. Agriculture
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IAA Scholarship Program: St. Louis District Dairy Councilnot yet set for 2017-18 yearMust be dairy producers who check-off funding is directed to St. Louis District Dairy Council, along with the producers spouse and children. Must be full time student pursuing any major or degree at an accredited college. 500 word statement.

MUST submit an online intent to apply!
$1000 (2)Rebecca Collier
(314)835-9668
Send applications to: IAA Foundation, 1701 Towanda Ave, Bloomington, IL 61701
http://www.iaafoundation.org/iaaf/Scholarships/overview_scholarships.htmAgriculture
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Nagel Farms not yet set for 2017-18 yearApplicant must be able to demonstrate financial need.$500"Diane Nagel
654-8065
email:dnagel13@live.com"
Agriculture
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Happy Trails Equestrian Club Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yeargraduating senior who will major in animal science or agriculture related field.$500Happy Trails Equestrian Club
c/o Sherry Mills
3501 Glenn Dr.
Alton, IL 62002
Agriculture or animal science
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Highland Garden Clubnot yet set for 2017-18 yearApplicant will desire to further their education in the botanical, agricultural, or horticulture field. Turn application in to Mrs. McGlasson in the office.$250Rosalie Aschbacher or Caroline Giger 654-4160 or 654-6382Agriculture, horticulture, botanical
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Proven Winners Horticulture Scholarshipsnot yet set for 2017-18 yearTechnical or Vocational College Students must be enrolled full time in an accredited Technical or 2-year post-secondary institution in the U.S. or Canada. Incoming and established students with at least one year of classes left are eligible. Must be enrolled in Horticultural Science or related fields. Minimum GPA of 3.0.
$2,000apply on linehttps://www.provenwinners.com/scholarshipAgriculture, horticulture, botanical
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Code Enforcement Officials of Southern IL
Margaret Leleniewski Memorial
not yet set for 2017-18 yearMust be a full time High School student; graduate in the upper 40% or their class. Plan to attend any community college, university or a technical school and must plan to go into an architecture, construction related engineering, building construction technology program or associated trade.$1,000Chad Truran, CEOSI secretary
Code Enforcement Official of So. Illinois
255 S. Lincoln
O'Fallon, IL 62269
(618) 624-4500
http://www.ceosi.orgArchitecture, Building construction
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Lee J. Brockway
(FGM Architects)
not yet set for 2017-18 yearEligible recipients should be interested in a field related to educational facility planning and design including: architecture, engineering, interior design, facility planning, and construction management.$1,000If you click on the web link it should download a writeable form for you to use.
www.a4le.org
Architecture, Building construction
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Aspiring Animation Professional Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearHigh School senior pursuing an animation related degree program at an accredited college. Required essay on "What specific skill you most want to develop".

Apply on-line
$1,000Shawn Harrell, PR manager at Fashion School, Animation Career Review, a subsidiary of BGP Site Solutions.
sharrell@bgsitesolutions.com

But all applications are done through web site.
http://www.animationcareerreview.com/animationcareerreviewcom-aspiring-animation-professional-scholarship-program
Art
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GFWC Lorado Taft Art Scholarship2/15/18Must attend IL school, Include 3 digital copies of art work.$1,000Mail to:
Judy Rader
132 11th St.
Lincoln, IL 62656
Art
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Highland Art Parents AssociationApril1, 2018Open to HHS Juniors and Seniors, Academic standing of average or better, intent to major in Art or a visual art related field, demonstrated accomplishment in Art via acceptance into the National Art Honors Society. Submit: Application, transcript, 1 letter recommendation, and proof of NAHS membership, and a 150 word essay see application form for details.$500Submit application to:

Robin Ermer
1216 8th Street
Highland, IL 62249
robin_ermer@hotmail.com
Art
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Missouri Bankers Foundationnot yet set for 2017-18 yearStudents should be planning to enroll in a full time course of study leading to a major in a field related to banking.

The application form must be signed by an officer of a Missouri Bankers Association member bank.

The application is a writeable pdf on line.
$500Missouri Bankers Foundation Scholarship
PO Box 57 Jefferson City, MO 65102
https://www.mobankers.com/MBA/About_MBA/Missouri_Bankers_Foundation/S/MBA/AboutMBA/MissouriBankersFoundation/Scholarships.aspx?hkey=991c5840-d511-4eb3-9098-e786b38e5b29Banking
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Code Enforcement Officials Of Southern IL
Building Trades Scholarship
not yet set for 2017-18 yearMust be a full time high school student; graduate in the upper 50% of their class; plan to attend any community college university or technical school and must plan on going into a building constrution technology program or associated trade program.$1,000Chad Truran, CEOSI secretary
Code Enforcement Official of So. Illinois
255 S. Lincoln
O'Fallon, IL 62269
(618) 624-4500
http://www.ceosi.orgBuidling Construction
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HBA-Professional Women in Building Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearin a construction related career path which may
include construction management, construction technology, civil engineering, architecture, design,
or any of the trade specialties at the college or university they attend.
 Students must be a high school senior or enrolled in community college.
 Students must be in good standing with a C+ grade average or higher.
 Students must submit the required academic documents: most recent transcripts to be submitted
with application and letter of recommendation from their school counselor or teacher.
 The student applicant must come from one of the following counties: Bond, Calhoun, Clinton,
Greene, Jersey, Madison, Monroe, Randolph and St. Clair Counties
$500Home Builders Association
Professional Women in Building metro east
6100 West Main St.,
Maryville, IL 62062
hba@hbaswil.org
618-343-6331
http://www.hbaswil.org/professional-women-in-building-council.phpBuidling Construction
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Aspiring Business Professional Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearHigh School senior pursuing a business related degree program at an accredited post-secondary school or college. Required essay on "Why is formal study of business and its related fields important?" (250-500 words).

apply on-line
$1,000All applications must be completed online
http://www.onlinembareport.com/ombar-aspiring-business-professional-scholarship-program
Business
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Illinois Association of Educational Office Professionalsnot yet set for 2017-18 yearSenior planning to enter an office-related business program who has completed two or more business education programs. Turn into the HHS office by Jan. 01, 2017 to give the local associate time to evaluate and sign before they need to mail it on 2/1/2017. 3 scholarships (2) $500 and (1) $1000$1,000Dena Henricks
(618) 654-2106
www.iaeop.com

note the application on line may not be this year's. I have this year's application in the folders
in the school counseling office.
Business
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Kathryn G. Hansen
University of Illinois Secretariat
not yet set for 2017-18 yearStudents planning to pursue higher education in the office professional, secretarial, or business-related fields within the state of Illinois$500Jane Baumgartner (217)300-2702
email: jmbaumga@illinois.edu
http://publish.illinois.edu/secretariat/secretariat-scholarship/about-the-scholarship/Business
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Land Of Lincoln Chapter-ASMCnot yet set for 2017-18 yearMust be sponsored by a current LOL ASMC member. They will be accepting applicants at the local level with any intended major, however those sent on to National competition must be planning on majoring in a field of study directly related to financial/resource management. Must scan and email completed application and all documents.(1) $3000
(5) $2000
(5) $1000
Ms. Mollie Bergmann
mollie.bergmann@us.af.mil

See Mrs. McGlasson HHS office for writeable pdf of application.
Business
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National Defense Transportation Associationnot yet set for 2017-18 yearMust be a high school senior graduating in the spring of 2015.
Although all students may apply those choosing careers in Business, Transportation Logistics, and Physical Distribution will be given preference.

Submit applications to :
NDTA, Scott/St. Louis Chapter
Attention: Scholarship Committee
PO Box 25486
Scott Air Force Base, IL 62225-0486
two at $4,000 and two at $2,500 and 1 at $1,500 for 2yr or trade school degree programsQuestions direct to
Mr. Mike Carnes
Schoalrship Chairman
PO Box 25486
Scott Air Force Base, IL 62225-0486

email: ndtascholarship@att.net
http://www.ndtascottstlouis.orgBusiness
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US Bank Financial Genius Sholarship Programnot yet set for 2017-18 yearHigh School Seniors may apply online. Requires applicants to complete 8 Financial Genius Educational modules on the web site. Visit https://atwork.everfi.net/usbankscholarship for course details. $5,000www.usbank.com/scholarshipBusiness
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American Chemical Society Scholars Programnot yet set for 2017-18 yearEligibility:
Be African-American, Hispanic/Latino, or American Indian, a U.S. citizen or permanent U.S. resident, a full-time student at a high school or accredited college,demonstrate high academic achievement in chemistry or science (Grade Point Average 3.0, "B" or better), demonstrate financial need according to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form (FAFSA) and the Student Aid Report (SAR) form
Be a graduating high school senior or college freshman, sophomore or junior intending to or already majoring in chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering or a chemically-related science OR intending to or already pursuing a degree in chemical technology

$4,000 renewableApply on-linehttps://webapplications.acs.org/Applications/ACSScholars/index.cfmChemistry
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Illinois Municipal Utilities Association
City of Highland
not yet set for 2017-18 yearSenior whose parent or legal guardian is a residential customer of the City of Highland Municipal Utility. Essay required.$500IMUA
Attn: Scholarship Committee
3400 Conifer Drive

Springfield IL 62711
217-789-4632
City employee
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Great River Workforce Development Corp. Madison-Bond Workforce Investment Boardnot yet set for 2017-18 yearHigh school senior that resides in Madison or Bond County. Must attend degree-seeking classes at Lewis & Clark Community College, Southwestern Illinois College or Kaskaskia College. 250 word essay.$1,000GRWDC Scholarship Program
c/o Madison County Employment & Training Dept.
101 East Edwrdsville Road, Suite 1302
Wood River, IL 62095
Matt Jones
(618)296-4315
Community college
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Youth Conservation Achievement
Illinois Conservation
not yet set for 2017-18 yeara senior in an Illinois high school during the year of the scholarship award
•an Illinois resident
•able to provide specific examples of voluntary, effective contributions to Illinois’ natural resources
throughout his/her high school enrollment
•enrolling in a two- or four-year college or university program of study in the calendar year of his/her
high school graduation
•a student in good standing at his/her high school and possess a 2.5 grade point average or better on
a 4.0 scale (3.1 grade point average or better on a 5.0 scale).
$2,000Questions should be addressed to the Illinois Conservation Foundation at 217/785-2003 or dnr.icf@illinois.gov.community college
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Sandisk Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearApplications will be accepted from anywhere within the U.S. Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible for this scholarship:
Must be a high school senior or college freshman or sophomore
Must be planning to enroll or continue as a fulltime undergraduate in the fall
Must be majoring or plan to major in Computer Science and Engineering or related field
Must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Be a U.S. Citizen or legal resident
Independent selection committees will evaluate applications and award scholarships based on financial need, community involvement, demonstrated leadership and/or entrepreneurial interests, essay content, and academic achievements and records.
$2,500
renewable for 4 years
(855)-670-ISTS (4787)https://www.sandisk.com/about/corp-responsibility/scholars-programComputer Sciece, Engineering
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The Society of American Military Engineersnot yet set for 2017-18 yearMajoring in Computer Science or Engineering related fieldvaries
$1000 and up
Scott Harding
SCI Engineering, Inc.
650 Pierce Blvd.
O’Fallon, Illinois 62269
sharding@sciengineering.com
phone 618-206-3041

http://www.same.org/
Computer Sciece, Engineering
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Stokes Educational Scholarship Program (NSA)

For Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Electrical Engineering Majors.
apply online
Sept 1-Oct 31, 2017
US Citizen, eligible for security clearance, high school senior, SAT score of 1200 or ACT of 25, 4.0 GPA, Intended major in computer science or coputer/electrical engineering. Submit application online.

With this program you will attend college full-time, then work during the summer at NSA's main headquarters in Fort Meade, Mayland for a minimum of 12 weeks in areas that are related to your course of study. After you graduate a job will be waiting for you at NSA. By participating in the program you are agreeing to work for the NSA for at least one and one half times the length of study upon graduation. (If you go to school for 4 years that would be 6 years)
full coverage of tution on fees, housing, salary, etc. See information online.Must apply online.
If you have questions you can call NSA Student Program Office at 1-866-NSA-Hire or 410-854-4725
IntelligenceCareers.gov/NSAComputer Science, computer Engineering, or Electrical Engineering
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American Legion
Americanism Essay Contest
Feb. 2, 2018All Illinois School students 7th - 12th grade. 500 word essay, topic is "What the American Flag Means to me". Application available in guidance or online.$1,200Wayne Wirz
654-8419
http://illegion.org/scholarship.htmlcontest
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American Legion High School Oratoricalnot yet set for 2017-18 yearApplication available from Mrs. McGlasson or online.
Any participation fees are covered by the Highland American Legion post.
variesWayne Wirtz
654-8419
http://illegion.org/scholarship.htmlcontest
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Optimist International Essay Contestnot yet set for 2017-18 yearStudents must reside in an area where there is an Optimist Club. Must furnish a birth certificate. 2016-17 topic: "Chasing Optimism in the Face of Challenges"
.
up to
$6,000
Doug Bradley
email: dbradley@highlandcusd5.org
654-7131 submit to Doug Bradley
contest
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Sons of the American Revolution
Joseph Rumbaugh Historical Oration Contest
not yet set for 2017-18 year
$3,000????
GGRC Rumbaugh Chairperson

www.sar.orgcontest
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Sons of the American Revolution
Knight Essay Contest
not yet set for 2017-18 yearOpen to all students in grades 10-12.
Contest rules can be found at website www.sar.org Scroll down under youth/education and then "Knight Essay".
$1000 for state winner
local winner=certificate
Eric Reelitz
Essay Contest Chairman
618-664-2722/860-464-6731
gfjogger@aol.com
https://sar.org/education/youth-contests-awards/george-s-stella-m-knight-essay-contestcontest
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Stop Texting and Driving Essay Contestnot yet set for 2017-18 yearoffering 3 students the opportunity to receive a $1,000 college
scholarship for writing an essay on how to convince other teens not to
take the risk and keep their eyes on the road.
$1,000Submit essay online.http://www.hollinslegal.com/essay-scholarships-how-to-stop-texting-driving/contest
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VFW & Ladies Aux: Voice of Democracy Essay Contest Theme is "American History: Our Hope for the Future"10/31/17Essay & Oral version on cassette tape or CD. Turn in to HHS office before deadline. Topic: American History: Our Hope for the Future

These applications are located in the separate file for applications open to 9th-12th grades.
3 local awards, first place local on to state and national where can win up to $30,000.Nancy Rieke 618-654-8263 or 618-972-3850contest
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VFW Ladies Aux- Young Creative Art Contestnot yet set for 2017-18 yearIndependent selection committees will evaluate applications and award scholarships based on financial need, community involvement, demonstrated leadership and/or entrepreneurial interests, essay content, and academic achievements and records.Nancy Rieke: 618-654-8263 or cell: 618-972-3850contest
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Beauty School Scholarship10/31/17If you’re ready to begin a fulfilling and rewarding career in cosmetology, it all begins with choosing a cosmetology school that's right for you. If you are worried about finding the money to pay for cosmetology school tuition, some schools offer scholarships or financial aid, and now Beauty Schools Marketing Group is offering a $2,500 cosmetology school scholarship to help cosmetology school students live their dreams! Apply for the Beauty Schools Marketing Group scholarship below, and then find cosmetology schools that are a good fit for you to get started down your beauty career path. Applicants may submit one application per session.$2,500apply online.http://www.beautyschoolsdirectory.com/cosmetology-school-scholarships.phpcosmetology
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Hans Neumaier Memorial Scholarship(Cosmetology)8/31/17XMust be at least 18 years of age and must be an individual Student member of PBA. The scholarship will be forfeited if: 1) the recipient fails to begin an eligible education program in the calendar year of the award; and/or 2) the recipient cannot be notified or fails to respond to the award notification; 3) the recipient fails to return the scholarship acceptance form within the time specified; and/or 4) the recipient fails to submit proof of costs and expenses as required. 3. Application. Scholarship applicants must review these Hans Neumaier PBA Member Scholarship Terms, Conditions and Eligibility Rules and complete the online application in full by the due date. All applications become the property of PBA.

Apply online
4 at $1,000 eachRachel Molepske, rachel@probeauty.org, (480) 455-3453, Professional Beauty Association, 15825 N. 71st St., Suite 100, Scottsdale AZ 85254.https://probeauty.org/scholarships/cosmetology
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Joe Francis Hair Care Scholarship (Cosmetology)Applications accepted Jan 1- June 1To be considered, applicant must be currently applying for entrance into Cosmetology/Barber School, OR actively enrolled in a Cosmetology/Barber program.$1,200Apply online.
Kim Larson (651)769-1757 or email: contact@joefrancis.com
http://www.joefrancis.com/applycosmetology
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Joe Francis Hair Care Scholarship (Cosmetology)not yet set for 2017-18 yearTo be considered, applicant must be currently applying for entrance into Cosmetology/Barber School, OR actively enrolled in a Cosmetology/Barber program.$1,200Apply online.
Kim Larson (651)769-1757 or email: contact@joefrancis.com
http://www.joefrancis.com/applyCosmetology
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Vidal Sassoon Professional Beauty Education Scholarship Program – Basicwill open in July 2017 deadline 8/21/17XEach competition awards ten winners with 50% of their program tuition costs, covered at a qualifying AACS cosmetology school (up to $10,000). Competition rounds are held each Spring and Fall, and are designed for prospective and newer students.

apply online.https://beautychangeslives.academicworks.com/opportunities/135Cosmetology
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Vidal Sassoon Professional Beauty Education Scholarship Program – Basicnot yet set for 2017-18 yearEach competition awards ten winners with 50% of their program tuition costs, covered at a qualifying AACS cosmetology school (up to $10,000). Competition rounds are held each Spring and Fall, and are designed for prospective and newer students.

apply online.https://beautychangeslives.academicworks.com/opportunities/135Cosmetology
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Optimist International Oratorical Contestnot yet set for 2017-18 yearOpen to all students 9-12 grades. Topic: "What the World Gains From Optimism" Write a 4-5 minute speech that you will present at the Local Optimist contest (date of contest March ). Rules and application in Guidance. Turn in to HHS office by Feb 17. Turn in application form and a printed copy of your speech.6 winners: 3 boys and 3 girls. First Place $200, 2nd place $150, and 3rd place $100. If you move on to further levels there is more money.Randy Weiss
618-604-9227
email: raweiss@charter.net
cpntest
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GFWC Arthur Grant Smith Drama/Hamilton Ridge Music Scholarship2/15/18Must attend IL school.$500/$1000
Mail to:
Judy Rader
132 11th St.
Lincoln, IL 62656
Drama & Music
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Dwight and Carol Rogier FundMarch 31, 2018Highland high school senior who has a career goal to become a teacher in grades K-12.varies
(in 2017-$1650)
Dwight and Carol Rogier Fund
C/o Highland Area Community Foundation
P.O. Box 571, 907 Main Street
Highland, IL 62249
654-4727
Education
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Golden Apple Foundationnot yet set for 2017-18 yearStudents interested in becoming a teacher in Illinois.

Go to website for more details, and to nominate yourself. You can also have your guidance councelor nominate you.
Varies312-407-0006 Ext 105http://www.goldenapple.org/scholars-program-nominationsEducation
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Illinois PTA Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearMust be in upper 33% of senior class planning to enroll in an education or education- related degree program. Two Scholarships awarded. 1st place $3000 and 2nd place $2000. Applications must be done online.$3000 and $2000Barb Miller
Illinois PTA-Scholarship Director
1184 N. 1800 East Road
Taylorville, IL 62568
217-287-1055

https://illinoispta.formstack.com/forms/untitled_form3_copy_copy
Education
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Jill Frey MemorialApril 13, 2018Must be going into the field of education. Must have a gpa of 3.5 or better. Must be in the top 2/3 of the class. Return application to Mrs. McGlasson in the office.$2500
(over 4 years)
Bob Sudhoff
791-5063
Education
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The Highland Education Association Memorialnot yet set for 2017-18 yearAwarded to a graduate of HHS. Equal importance is given to the applicant’s economic need, academic achievement, leadership, community and extra-curricular activities and college major. Turn in application to Mrs. McGlasson.$500Danielle Case
email: dcase@highlandcusd5.org
Education
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Southwestern Electric Cooperativenot yet set for 2017-18 yearApplicant or parent must be an active member of Southwestern Electric Cooperative. High School Senior. Applicant must meet all academic requirements for admission to an accredited university, college or technical school, and be enrolled as a full-time student in that institution for 2013. Download app online Exemplify good citizenship.$1,000Deb Whicker 800.637.8667
ext 5915
Susan File 800.637.8667 ext 5924
www.sweci.comElectric Coop member
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Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association(AFCEA)not yet set for 2017-18 yearMust be a US citizen, a resident or student within the St. Louis or Metro East area, High School senior accepted to an accredited college or university, majoring in a program related to electronics, electrical engineering, information systems, computer science, etc. 350 word or less essay on "Goals you hope to achieve both in your course of study and if applicable in service to your country as a member of the military, a civil servant, or a contractor in the defense or homeland security industrial base." Apply online.(10) ranging from $1500 to
$5000
AFCEA Scott-St. Louis Chapter
Attn: Scholarship Committee
PO Box 25171
Acott AFB, IL 62225-0170
scottstlafceascholarships@gmail.com.

writeable form available on-line.

https://scott.afceachapters.org/?page_id=88



Engineering
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Engineers' Club of St. Louisnot yet set for 2017-18 yearHigh school senior pursuing an engineering education.$2,500Engineering Foundation of St. Louis
4359 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 533-9333
www.engineersclub.netEngineering
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Illinois Society of Professional Engineersnot yet set for 2017-18 yearStudents must be pursuing a degree in engineering at an Illinois or Missouri University that is ABET accredited. One scholarship is reserved for a student attending SIUE. Application is available online.$1,500Jason Schreckenberg Oates Associates, Inc. Eastport Business Center 1,100 Lanter Court,Suite 1
Collinsville, IL 62234
email: ispe@oatesassociates.com
618-345-8918 ext. 3608
https://www.illinoisengineer.com/IllinoisEngineer/Aspiring_Engineers/Scholarships/illinoisEngineer/Scholarships.aspx?hkey=5ba41ee9-bdca-4097-9dab-8c63167da337Engineering
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The Maureen L. & Howard N. Blitman, P.E., Scholarship to Promote Diversity in Engineering not yet set for 2017-18 yearApplicant must be a high school senior who: is a member of an underrepresented ethnic minority in the field of engineering: African-American, Hispanic, or Native American, has been accepted into an ABET-accredited engineering program at a four-year college or university, and is a U.S. citizen.
$5,000http://www.nspe.org/resources/students/scholarships/maureen-l-howard-n-blitman-pe-scholarship-promote-diversityEngineering
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Carl and Kathleen Iberg Ernst Chemistry or Engineering ScholarshipMarch 12, 2018Senior enrolled at Highland High School who will graduate with a minimum of a 3.5 GPA on a 5.0 scale. Must be enrolling in a bachelor of science degree in chemistry or engineering. Turn in to guidance.$2,000Engineering & Chemistry
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Thouvenot, Wade, & Moerchen, Inc.not yet set for 2017-18 yearCurrent seniors who are enrolling in a full-time accredited university and pursuing a degree in engineering or land surveying. 2 letters of recommendation, a resume, and a 300-500 word essay are required.$1,000Thouvenot, Wade, & Moerchen
4940 Old Collinsville Rd
Swansea, IL 62226
(618)624-4488
contact: Jennifer Wolkiewicz
www.twm-inc.comEngineering or land surveying
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Heneghan and Associates Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearseniors going on to major in Engineering, Surveying, or Mathematics$500Heneghan and Associates, P.C.
Attn: Debbie Hayes
838 East McCord
Centralia, IL 62801
Engineering or math
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Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers Education Foundation Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearSenior pursuing full time college with major in a curriculum which will be compatible with a career in aggregates industry such as (but not limited to) Civil Engineering, Engineering Science, Enviornmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Geology, Mineral Science, or Mining Engineering. Must have a "B" average. Essay required as part of application.4 at $2,000 eachIAAP Education Foundation
1115 South Second Street
Springfield, IL 62704
Engineering, Mining, geology
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Aspiring Fashion Professionals Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearHigh School senior pursuing a fashion related degree program at an accredited college. Required essay on "What specific skill you most want to develop".

Apply on-line.
$1,000Shawn Harrell, PR manager at Fashion School, Animation Career Review, a subsidiary of BGP Site Solutions.
sharrell@bgsitesolutions.com

But all applications are done through web site.
http://www.fashion-schools.org/aspiring-fashion-professional-scholarship-program
Fashion
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Elks National Foundation Legacy ScholarshipFeb. 2, 2018Child or gradchilid of Elks member.$4,000Apply Online.http://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarweb/legacy/rules.cfmgeneral
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Rotary District 6510not yet set for 2017-18 yearEach applicant must meet the following criteria:  Academics at B average or better, include current official transcript.
 Resume of Community Involvement and Volunteerism  Resume of School
involvement – Service, Clubs, Athletics, etc.  Academics at B average or better, include current official transcript.  Resume of Community Involvement and Volunteerism  Resume of School involvement – Service, Clubs, Athletics, etc.
$2,500Rotary Int. D6510 Scholarship Committee in care of:
Lorraine K. Cavataio
Sandberg, Phoenix & von Gontard P.C.
475 Regency Park – Suite 175
O’Fallon, IL 62269
Tel: 618.624.3008
Fax: 314.241.7604
Or you can email application as an attachment to: Attach Application to Email:
lcavataio@sandbergphoenix.com
general
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Vivint Smart Home Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearRequires video, must be one of the following majors: Accounting, Architecture, Art, Art History, Business, Engineering, Computer Science, Communication, Creative Writing, Economics, Education, English, Graphic Design, History, Humanities, Information Systems, Public Relations, Journalism, Marketing, Mathematics, Law, Healthcare, Political Science, Psychology, Philosophy, Social Work, Film Studies, Digital Media, Language, Theatre, Web Design, Women’s and Gender Studies.$5,000Apply on-linewww.vivint.com/scholarshipgeneral
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Acorn Equality Fund9/22/17XDesigned to provide academic financial support for gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered students. Applicant must retain permanent residence in the AEF service area and attend any accredited post-secondary educational facility(4) given ranging
from $1000-$5000
PO Box 6286
Peoria, IL 61650
acorn1999@gmail.com
www.acornequalityfund.orgGLTB
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Auxiliary of Anderson Hospital in Maryvillenot yet set for 2017-18 yearApplicants must be going into the health care field. Students must be legal residents of Illinois and must attend an accredited school.(4) $1000
Betty Ludwig, Scholarship Chairperson
Anderson Hospital
Auxiliary Scholarship Chairperson
6800 State Route 162
Maryville, IL 62062
http://www.andersonhospital.org/about_us/auxiliary/annual_scholarships.aspxhealth care
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Emergency Medical Services for Childrennot yet set for 2017-18 yearFor seniors planning on entering the healthcare field. Essay required, 2 letters of recommendation, college acceptance letter, and proof of residency in Madison, St. Clair, Clinton, Monroe, Randoph, or Washington counties.$500EMSC Coalition Review Board
c/o Dr. Libby Didricksen
2160 S. State Route 157, suite B
Glen Carbon, IL 62034
health care
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St. Elizabeth Foundation Scholarshipsnot yet set for 2017-18 yearMust have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Healthcare
Writeable pdf available on web site.
VariesSt. Elizabeth Health Foundation Scholarship Program
Scholarship Management Services
One Scholarship Way
Saint Peter, MN 56082

Phone: 1-507-931-1682

email: chobbs@scholarshipamerica.org
http://sms.scholarshipamerica.org/saintelizabeth/Health career
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St. Joseph's Hospital Auxiliary (Highland)not yet set for 2017-18 yearMust be a high school senior or college freshman or sophomore$1,000Scholarship Committee of St. Joseph’s Hospital Auxiliary, St. Joseph’s Hospital, 12866 Troxler Avenue, Highland Illinois 62249
(618) 651-2593
Health career
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Illinois Hospital Research and Educational Foundationnot yet set for 2017-18 yearAny student currently enrolled or accepted into a certificate or degree conferring hospital related health care sequence is eligible (such as medical schools, dental schools, nursing programs, pharmacy schools, radiology technology programs, occupational/physical/speech therapy, etc.) In order to be competitive, a 4.5 GPA out of 5 is necessary.$1,000The IL Hospital Research and Educational Foundation
1151 East Warrenville Road,
PO Box 3015
Naperville, IL 60566
email: rlemberis@team-iha.org
Renna Lemberis
630-276-5498
www.ihatoday.org/uploaddocs/1/scholarshipapplication.pdfhealthcare
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Illinois Masonic Scholarship
There are several one is medical
not yet set for 2017-18 yearMust have a 3.0 gpa on a 4.0 scale, must be entering a health care field. An official transcript, 2 letters of rec, and a personal statement. The online application is a writable pdf. You can complete it on line and then print it off.

If you have a parent or parent who is a Mason there are other non-medical scholarships available using same application.

Writeable pdf available on the web site.
VariesScholarship Committee
Valley of Southern Illinois
1549 Frank Scott Pkwy W
Belleville, IL 62223
618-235-3350 or 618-235-3351
email: valsouill@srilo92.com
http://www.aasrdanville.org/?page_id=48
healthcare
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Melissa Brown Friends Of Friends Fighting CancerApril 6, 2018Entering a career in the Medical Field. 1 letter of recommendation and 1 short essay on why you chose to pursue a career in the medical field. Turn into Mrs. McGlasson in the office$1,000HHS Guidance Dept.healthcare
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Dean Ritter Trust for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearHigh School seniors that have a significant hearing loss in one or both ears, in good standing, resident of IL, exhibit financial need.
Apply online.
varies $1,000-$5,000Heather Nelson
2413 Algonquin Rd. #313
Algonquin, IL 60102
heather@deanritter.org.
http://www.deanritter.org/2017-scholarshipHearing loss
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GFWC Vina A Miller Memorial Scholarship2/15/18Must attend IL school, Field of Study: International Business, Translation, Diplomacy, International Outreach...$1,000Mail to:
Judy Rader
132 11th St.
Lincoln, IL 62656
International Studies
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Madison County Internship Programnot yet set for 2017-18 yearSeniors with a GPA 3.0/4 (4.0/5), good citizenship and attendance, must attend training session. Intails working minimum of 20 hours per week between June 5-June 30 2017..Non-paid internship
2 participants will be selected for $2,500 scholarship
Jo Anna Pollock
jpollock@simmonsfirm.com
618-259-6365
Mail to: Anna Pollock
Simmons Hanly Conroy
One Court Street
Alton, IL 62002
internship
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Anne FordNov. 6, 2017High school senior with an identified learning disability who is planning to attend a four-year college and earn a bachelor's degree. GPA of a 3.0/4.0 required. Financial need is considered. Proof of LD is required.

Printouts of the application are in guidance office or a writeable electronic version is on the web site.
$10,000National Center for Learning Disabilities, Inc.
381 Park Avenue South, Suite 1401

New York, NY 10016-8806
www.ncld.orgLearning Disbility
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Allegra FordNov. 6, 2017High School senior with an identified learning disability who will be enrolled in a two year community college, vocational, or technical training program or specialized program for students with learning disabilities. Proof of LD is required.

Printouts of the application are in guidance office or a writeable electronic version is on the web site.
$2,500National Center for Learning Disabilities, Inc.
381 Park Avenue South, Suite 1401

New York, NY 10016-8806
www.ncld.orgLeraning Disability
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Viola N. Thompson ScholarshipFor Spring 2018 semester due 10/31/17
for Fall 2018 semester is due June 30, 2018
Must be accepted into health care professional program. Will be elligible for future scholarship money, must work for the HSHS Hospital system for a period of times if awarded the scholarship.$2,400
renewable
Viola N. Thompson Scholarship Selection Committee
Holy Family Hospital
200 Healthcare Drive
Greenville, IL 62246
https://www.pdffiller.com/en/project/133471072.htm?f_hash=095630&reload=true
Medical related field: nursing, pharmacy, pre-med
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Robert "Bob" and Stephen Lang Memorial ScholarshipApril 9, 2018Open to all seniors. Preference given to those students going into "the Arts", "The Medical Field", or "Restaurant Management Profession".$500Turn in to Mrs. McGlasson

For more information see your counselor
Medical, Art, Restaurant Management.
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Shell Community Federal Credit Unionnot yet set for 2017-18 yearMust be a member of Shell CommunitymFederal Credit Union for at least 3 months prior to applying. 3.0 or greater GPA or better. Proof of continuing education required. Essay with 500-1000 words required.$1,000Sheila Goins (618)254-0605 Return Application to: SCFCU Scholarship Program
101 Lakin Blvd. PO Box 619 Wood River, IL 62095
http://www.sfcuilife.org/site/2016/09/2017-john-garrison-scholarship-award.htmlmember credit union
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Balanced Man - Uof Inot yet set for 2017-18 yearFor male students attending U of I Champaign Urbana. Looks at scholarship, leadership, athletics, and community serice. Apply online. (3) $1750Brian Prendergast
708-207-0425
or
Dan Donofrio
630-666-7857
https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/7346666men
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William Pablo Feraldo Memorial Foundationnot yet set for 2017-18 year Must be recommended by a school official and : be male high school seniors, be planning to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited four-year college or university for the entire academic year. (Excluding Washing University in St. Louis and St. Louis University where separate William Pablo Feraldo Memorial Foundation scholarship programs are administered.), demonstrate financial need as calculated by Scholarship Management Services.
$2,000 to $5,000The William Pablo Feraldo Foundation Scholarship Program
Scholarship Management Services
One Scholarship Way
Saint Peter, MN 56082
http://sms.scholarshipamerica.org/feraldo/application.html


Writeable pdf version of application available on web site.
Men
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Beta Sigma Psi-Indiana Univ.
Christian Leadership Award
not yet set for 2017-18 yearOpen to Male, confirmed members of a Lutheran congregation applying to Indiana University in the fall. If you qualify for this scholarship you can see Mrs. McGlasson for a copy of the application.$1,500Beta Sigma Psi
National Lutheran Fraternity
Christian Leadership Award
Indiana Alumni Association
1703 Mollee Ct.
Kokomo, IN 46902
http://wp.betasigmapsi.org/scholarships-grants/high-school-scholarships/men & Lutheran
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Beta Sigma Psi-Purdue Univ.
Christian Leadership Award
not yet set for 2017-18 yearOpen to Male, confirmed members of a Lutheran congregation applying to Purdue University in the fall. If you qualify for this scholarship you can see Mrs. McGlasson for a copy of the application.$1,500Beta Sigma Psi
National Lutheran Fraternity
Christian Leadership Award
Purdue Alumni Association
PO Box 2081
West Lafayette, IN 47996
http://wp.betasigmapsi.org/scholarships-grants/high-school-scholarships/men & Lutheran
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Beta Sigma Psi-U of Illinois
Christian Leadership Award
not yet set for 2017-18 yearOpen to Male, confirmed members of a Lutheran congregation applying to University of Illionois in the fall.
If you qualify for this scholarship you can see Mrs. McGlasson for a copy of the application.
$1,500Beta Sigma Psi
National Lutheran Fraternity
Christian Leadership Award
Illinois Alumni Chapter
PO Box 17273
Urbana, IL 61803-7273
https://docs.google.com/a/highlandcusd5.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqUOzpX3ox7wTGJsI7s5481_vtH-la_s1mkreVHum3E2OhhA/viewformmen & Lutheran
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American Legion Scholarship Awardnot yet set for 2017-18 yearChildren of American Legion members and Dependents of Veterens who wish to attend university, college, technical or trade school.$1,000www.illegion.org/scholarshipMilitary
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Association Of the United States Army St. Louis Gateway Chapternot yet set for 2017-18 yearHigh School seniors parent who is currently a member of any active guard or reserve component of the US Army, a parent who served in the US Army, guard or reserve, or parent who currently works for a defense contractor or a defense agency. required two letters of recommendation; essay

Award is presented at Banquet on Sunday April 30 YOU MUST BE ABLE TO ATTEND THIS BANQUET TO RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIP!!!!!
$1000-$3000
varies
Association of the United States Army
Scholarship Program Committee
3433 Tree Court Ind. Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63122
Rick Seller 314-968-2282


There is a writeable application form on the web site.
http://gatewayausa.org/


Military
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Illinois AMVETSnot yet set for 2017-18 yearFor students who have family members who are veterens. There are numerous types of AMVETS scholarships. All AMVETS scholarships are packaged together$1,000email: nicole@ilamvets.org (800)638-8387www.ilamvets.orgMilitary
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Military Officers Association of Americanot yet set for 2017-18 yearStudents (under age 24) who are children of an active-duty, reserve, or National Guard parent who died on active service or children of severely wounded (as defined as Traumatic SGLI) are eligible to apply. Surviving spouse's membership in MOAA of Voices for America's Troops is required for consideration where applicable. Military academy cadets are not eligible for this program.varies may be around $2,500Apply on linehttps://scholarship.moaa.org/login.aspxMilitary
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Scott Spouses' Club (SSC) scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearEligible military dependent high school senior. 2. Eligibility for an SSC scholarship is restricted to dependents of a United States military member who meet the criteria below: The active duty, reserve, or guard military member must be stationed at or assigned to Scott AFB, IL. The retired, POW/MIA, or deceased military member’s dependent must live within 50 miles of Scott AFB, IL. 4.The scholarship awards shall be based upon the following criteria: scholastic ability, extracurricular activities, service and citizenship activities, work experience, character references, and personal essay. Financial need is not considered.
variesSSC Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 25037
Scott AFB, IL 62225
Attn: Scholarship Chairperson
http://www.scottspouseclub.com/scholarshipsMilitary
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Highland Moose Lodge #2479
John Kutz Memorial Scholarship
April 9, 2018Seniors who live in the Highland school district or has an immediate family member that belongs to the Highland Moose Lodge and demonstrates academic achievement of a 3.0 gpa on a 4.0 scale at the time of submission and community service as well as school activites and have taken part in moose lodge events. Mail applications to the Highland Moose Lodge.$1,000Highland Moose Lodge #2479
Attention Scholarship Committee
PO Box 216
Highland, IL 62249
Moose
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Newcomer Funeral Service GroupOct. 27,2017Must be pursuing a degree in Mortuary Science and demonstrate the qualities of: Excellence, Trust, Care, and Growth.$3,500 (6 offerred)Must apply online

www.NFSGI.com/scholarship
www.NFSGI.com/scholarshipMortuary Science
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Mary McHugh Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearMulticultural Scholarship Program is an award granted to a senior who is committed to cultural awareness, academic success, community involvement and service, and leadership. Must have a GPA of 3.0, 150-200 word essay required.$1,000Racial Harmony
Nary McHugh Scholarship Committee
PO Box 296
Belleville, IL 62226
http://centerforracialharmony.org/Multicultural
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Dr. Robert Rosenthal Memorialnot yet set for 2017-18 yearAcademically capable student, attended HHS four semesters, and must be interested in music and musically involved at HHS. Must be applying to an accredited college, university, or trade school. Must write a brief paragraph on how music has played a part in the applicant’s life, and why they wish to continue musical involvement in addition to their major academic interest.Return applications to Mrs. McGlasson in the office.$1,600Ruth Dobbs
618-616-3832
Music
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New Douglas Community Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearMust have attended New Douglas Elementary during all or part of your elementary school career. Must plan to attend a major university, junior college, or trade school. Applications are available in the high school guidance office. Please return the applications to Mrs. McGlasson in the office by the deadline. Students who qualify for this scholarship will be given one by the guidance department.$500Carla Grapperhaus
618-664-9597
New Douglas address & attendind school there
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AES Engineering Scholarship10/6/17Our belief is that achieving a high grade point average should not be the only criteria for determining who deserves to be helped. For that reason we are offering a scholarship that will be awarded on the basis of character, as determined by an evaluation of the essays that are submitted.

Scholarships are intended for our future leaders across a wide spectrum of fields of study. This award is available to high school seniors and all students attending a post secondary educational facility.

Essay Topic: When you look back on your life in 30 years, what would it take for you to consider your life successful? What relationships or accomplishments will be important on this journey?
$500scholarships@aesengineers.comaesengineers.comno set major
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Alhambra Community Club: Community Service Scholarshipnot yet set for 2017-18 yearMust have an Alhambra mailing address, evidence of volunteerism or community service, 1 letter of recommendation, 1 page essay on your personal involvement in community service.$500Rodney Knackstedt: 618-488-2694
Mail application to:
Alhambra Community Club
PO Box 104
Alhambra, IL 62001
no set major
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Alhambra Volunteer Fire Department
Lawrence Meier
not yet set for 2017-18 yearHigh school senior that resides in the Alhambra Fire Protection District.$500Alhambra Fire Department
Scholarship Committee
c/o John Mindrup
114 S. Marshall
Alhambra, IL 62001
488-7180
Lori Horner 580-7708
no set major
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