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2018-19 Scholarships
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ScholarshipCriteriaAmountDeadlineWebsite/Link/Location
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Horatio Alger Association ScholarshipMust be a full time high school seniorScholarship awards range in award value from $6,000-$25,000October 25, 2018scholars.horatioalger.org
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Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a bachelor’s degree
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Demonstrate critical financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross family income is required)
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Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0
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Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity.
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Be involved in co-curricular and community service activities
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Morris Area Garden Club ScholarshipMust be a 2019 graduating senior in Grundy County and surrounding areas1 - $500
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March 29, 2019Applications are available outside the DTHS Guidance Office
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Applicant must enroll in a vocational training program or college as a full-time student
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Applicant must major in one of the following fields: Agriculture, Environmental Sciences/Studies or Horticulture
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The Neil Knauer Memorial ScholarshipDocumentation of C+ or better GPA3 - $500 ScholarshipsMarch 1, 2019Applications are available outside the DTHS Guidance Office
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Involvement in hunting or interest in wildlife conservation.
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Involvement in extracurricular activities (school or other)
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Must be a graduating senior from a high school in Livingston County
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Wendy's High School Heisman ScholarshipApplicant must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 to apply*90 State winners will receive a $500 ScholarshipOctober 17, 2018wendysheisman.com
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Applicant must have participated in at least one school sponsored sport*8 National Finalists will receive a $1000 Scholarship
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Applicant must have demonstrated leadership at school and in their community2 National winners will receive a $5000 scholarship
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Acorn Equality Fund Scholarships​Acorn Equality Fund is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provide scholarships and organization grants to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons, organizations, and allies to impact lives in a positive fashion.Multiple scholarships ranging from $1000 to $4000September 21, 2018www.acornequalityfund.org
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Elks Most Valuable Student ScholarshipGraduating high school senior and U.S. Citizen who displays leadership, service and financial needMultiple scholarships ranging from $4000 to $50,000.November 15, 2018www.enf.elks.org/mvs
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Sammy Sartoris T-21 Friendship Foundation Scholarship #1Livingston County Graduating Senior who was born with Down Syndrome or who have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) that plan to further their education beyond high schoolScholarship amount to be determined February 1, 2019Applications available outside the guidance office
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Sammy Sartoris T-21 Friendship Foundation Scholarship #2Livingston County Graduating Senior who plans to attend college and go into a field of study that would benefit those born with Down SyndromeScholarship amount to be determined February 1, 2019Applications available outside the guidance office
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Illinois Heartland Decorative Artists ScholarshipGraduating high school senior who will attend an accredited art program following high school graduation.$1000 ScholarshipApril 7, 2019
www.ihda.us/education.html
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The Hagan ScholarshipGraduating high school senior from a public high school located in a county in the U.S. having fewer than 50,000 residents. The intended recipient is a high achieving, self-motivated student who will require financial assistance to attend college. 300 - Scholarship provides up to $6000 each semester for up to 8 consecutive semestersNovember 15, 2018www.hsfmo.org
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Greenhouse Scholars RecipientGraduating high school senior with an un-weighted GPA of 3.5 or higher and demonstrate financial need (annual household income no greater than $70,000. The student must be planning to attend a 4-year, accredited institution.Scholars receive up to $5000 per year, up to $20,000 in total and access to small grants to pay for unique experiences and opportunitiesDecember 17, 2018
www.greenhousescholars.org
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GE- Reagan Foundation Scholarship ProgramDemonstrate at school, at the workplace, and within the community the attributes of leadership, drive, integrity and citizenshipNumerous $10,000 scholarships awarded, renewable for up to an aditional three years - up to $40,000 total per recipient.January 4, 2019www.reaganfoundation.org/scholarships
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Demonstrate strong accademic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0 scale.
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Be a citizen of the United States of America
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Be a current high school senior attending high school in the United States
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Plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study toward a bachelor's degree at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States for the entire upcoming academic year.
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Alpha Beta Recruitment Grant
Applicant must be a female high school senior who plans to enter the field of education
$200 GrantJanuary 5, 2019Applications available outside of the Guidance Office
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Lorado Taft Art ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to graduating seniors, as well as current college/trade school students who will be attending full-time in the fall semester of 2019$1000 ScholarshipFebruary 15, 2019https://5il.co/5ka8
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Preference will be given to a student majoring/minoring in art.
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Arthur Grant Smith Drama ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to graduating seniors, as well as current college/trade school students who will be attending full-time in the fall semester of 2019$1000 ScholarshipFebruary 15, 2019https://5il.co/5kah
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Hamilton Ridge Music ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to graduating seniors, as well as current college/trade school students who will be attending full-time in the fall semester of 2019$1000 ScholarshipFebruary 15, 2019https://5il.co/5kah
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Illinois Cottage Park Ridge Vocational Scholarship for GirlsThe vocational field focuses on job-specific training for students interested in the skilled trades rather than student pursuing professional careers. Most vocational students will be attending junior colleges vocational or trade schools. Examples of vocational fields of study include but are not limited to: cosmetology, culinary arts, building trades, automotive, medical and dental assisting computer repair and technology, firefighting, HVAC, office management and welding.$1000 ScholarshipFebruary 15, 2019https://5il.co/5kai
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Lincoln Lodge Vocational Scholarship for Boys$1000 ScholarshipFebruary 15, 2019https://5il.co/5kai
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Vina A. Miller Scholarships (Conservation)The field of conservation includes but is not limited to the following examples: Environmental Studies, Landscaping, Hotriculture, Agriculture, Animal Rehabilitation, Wildlife, Forestry, Land management, Ecology, Oceanography, Marine Biology and Recycling. This scholarship is open to graduation seniors, current college/trade school students with a field of study in the area of Conservation Fall semester of 2019$1000 ScholarshipFebruary 15, 2019https://5il.co/5kag
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GFWC Illinois Native American ScholarshipThis scholarship is offered to a Native American student who is pursuing a degree at an Illinois college, university, or trade school and who will be enrolled in classes Fall semester 2019$750 ScholarshipFebruary 15, 2019https://5il.co/5kaf
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GFWC Illinois Cultural Exchange ScholarshipThis scholarship is offered to a student who will participate in an international cultural exchance/study abroad program thorugh an Illinois high school or university in 2019. Preference is no longer given to longer programs of study.$500 ScholarshipFebruary 15, 2019https://5il.co/5kae
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America's Farmers Grow Ag Leaders ScholarshipsHigh School Seniors through college juniors from rural communities who are looking to continue their education in an ag-related field of study and become the next generation of ag leadersMultiple $1500 ScholarshipsFebruary 6, 2019For more information and official rules go to www.AmericasFarmers.com
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Official application is available at www.FFA.org/scholarships
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Illinois AMVETS Service Foundation ScholarshipsApplicants must be a 2019 high school graduate, multiple scholarships are available, preference will be given to military families. Read website carefully for more scholarship criteria Multiple scholarships worth varying amountsMarch 1, 2019http://www.ilamvets.org/WhatWeDo/Programs/Scholarships/tabid/120/Default.aspx
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Chesebro/Cushman/Kyser Scholarship Applicants must be 2019 graduating senior or a past graduate of a high school in Livingston County, Illinois. Preference will be given to applicants who plan to phsically attend a four year academic program on a full-time bases. Multiple scholarships worth varying amountsMarch 1, 2019Applications available outside the guidance office.
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Roger B. Gomien Memorial ScholarshipGraduating high school senior from Dwight Township High School who plans to attend a 2 or 4 year college/university or trade school full-time in the fall of 2019.$1200 ScholarshipMay 1, 2019https://5il.co/5oc8
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Illinois Masonic Grand Lodge and Illinois Scottish Rite Mason ScholarshipsMultiple scholarships for high school seniors, undergraduate or graduate students. Health career field scholarships do not require a Masonic relationship. In addition, the Sherwood and Evelyn Kresin scholarship does not require a Masonic relationship for the applicant. There are multiple scholarships that do required a close familial relationship with a Mason. Please check the link to review criteria for all of the scholarships that are offered.Multiple scholarships worth varying amountsMarch 1, 2019https://ilmason.org/forms-and-documents/
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IAA Foundation Scholarship ProgramThe IAA Foundation endeavors to enhance the future of agriculture by providing college scholarships to Illinois Farm families, Illinois Farm Bureau members, spouses and their children who major in agriculture, agribusiness or an ag-related course of study. 72 scholarship awards ranging from $1000 to $7500February 1, 2019http://www.iaafoundation.org/iaaf/Scholarships/overview_scholarships.htm
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Arvetta M. Lewis ScholarshipGraduating high school senior who resides in Ford or Livingston County and plans to attend the University of Illinois majoring in an agricultural field.Number and amount of scholarships to be determined - minimum of $500 awardsMay 1, 2019Applications available outside the Guidance office.
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Illinois Odd Fellow-Rebekah Scholarship ProgramStudents from the State of Illinois who wish to attend any post-secondary school or accredited vocational or technical training school and who have maintained at least a 'C' grade average.Number and amount of scholarship awards to be determinedMarch 1, 2019www.ioof-il.org
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Beta Sigma Psi Educational Foundation Scholarships Applicants must be male members of a Lutheran congregation. There is a Christian Leadership Award of a $1500.00 scholarship that will be awarded for students planning to attend the University of Illinois, Indiana University and Purdue University and well as the Martin Luther Scholarship which is a $2000 award open to young men who will be attending their first year at any 4 year College or University. Scholarships ranging between $1500 and $2000February 16, 2019http://scholarships.betasigmapsi.org
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IACAC ScholarshipsApplicants must be a graduating senior from an IACAC member high school (DTHS is a member high school) with a GPA of at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The student must demonstrate involvement in high school, their community and provide service to others. 10 - $1000 Scholarships will be awarded statewideFebruary 1, 2019https://www.iacac.org/scholarship/
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Marjorie Martin ScholarshipApplicants must be a high school graduate who plans to continue their education at a collge or university in the following fields of study: liberal arts, music, science, nursing, business or engineering. Scholastic achievement, student activities and freedom from the use of alcohol and drugs will be considered in awarding this scholarship. All applicants must live within the Odell Fire Protection District, Odell Public Library District or the Odell Grade School District. Applicants need not be a recent high school graduate.Number of awarded scholarships and amounts to be determinedMarch 1, 2019Applications available outside the Guidance office.
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Dwight Lions Club/Keith Lauritzen Memorial Student Athlete ScholarshipApplicant must be a Dwight High School senior who has competed in at least one sport in each of their four years in high school and plans to continue their education at a college/university, trade school or vocational school after graduation.1 - Non-renewable $500 ScholarshipApril 12, 2019Applications available outside the Guidance office.
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Dwight Lions Club ScholarshipApplicant must be a Dwight High School senior who plans to continue their education at a college/university, trade school or vocational school after graduation.1 - Non-renewable $1000 ScholarshipApril 12, 2019Applications available outside the Guidance office.
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B+ ScholarshipApplicant must be a graduating senior who possesses a positive attitude and qualities which include volunteerism, generosity and/or a passion for the fine/performing arts. The applicant must have a minimum GPA of a 2.5. and must document several hours of volunteerism at school and in their community1 - Non-renewable $500 ScholarshipApril 5, 2019Applications available outside the Guidance office.
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