2017 Local Scholarship List for Past Graduates
Deadline: April 1, 2017
Hiawatha High School Graduate Scholarship Listing 2017 for PAST Graduates
Our local community has provided scholarships and support to Hiawatha High School graduates, which has allowed many students to continue their education, for many years. The following are lists of scholarships available to past graduates of HHS through our community. Please do not enclose applications in envelopes or binders and do not attach pictures onto them. Students can access most of these applications by clicking on the scholarship title. Please see the Counseling office if you need any hard copies. Appplications are due April 1, 2017
The following scholarships have their own application processes. Click the scholarship title to download the application. MOST are due April 1, 2017. PLEASE CHECK EACH APPLICATION:
A scholarship of $1000 or more to benefit graduates of Hiawatha High School attending the University of Kansas.
The recipients must be Hiawatha High School graduates who have attained a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and be active in volunteer organizations or community service. First preference is given to individuals seeking a career in golf management or who have participated in golf in high school. Amount of award depends on number of applicants awarded.
Two $1,000 awards will be offered, one in USD 415 and one in USD 430. Candidates must have high moral character and integrity, be self-disciplined and self-motivated, and show desire and promise with average academic ability. Students living in Powhattan City and within the original Powhattan School Dist. (before consolidation with USD 415 and USD 430) have priority over all other applicants. It is renewable following presentation of qualifying college grades. A special application form is available in the Guidance Office.
A $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually to Hiawatha High School graduates who have no less than a 3.5 grade point average and demonstrate potential success in post-high school training. Extracurricular activities and community involvement, class rank, and ACT score are also considerations. Completion of eight units of academic credit from Hiawatha High School is required. This scholarship may be renewed if those criteria are also met (see the Guidance Office). Turn Application into Board of Education Office
The recipient must be a Hiawatha High School graduate who has attained a minimum GPA of 2.5 and who will enroll in a community college or trade school certification or degree program. Consideration will be based primarily on financial need.
A scholarship is available for high school graduates who reside within the boundaries of the former District 5 at the time of USD 415 consolidation.
The recipients must be Hiawatha High School graduates who have attained a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and been active in volunteer organizations or community service. First preference is given to individuals seeking an education degree. Amount of award depends on number of applicants awarded.
A $1,000 renewable scholarship will be awarded to a high school senior or past graduate who is an Eagle Scout from Hiawatha Troup 313. Academic status will be considered in the selection of this scholarship. Preference will be given to applicants who are pursuing a post-secondary education.
A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior of Hiawatha High School who will enroll full-time at Kansas State University-Salina. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior of Hiawatha High School who will be studying nursing at any accredited post-secondary institution. Applicants must have a GPA of 2.0 or better.
A scholarship is available to a graduate of Hiawatha High School who has completed at least 60+ credit hours at an accredited post-secondary institution. Applicants must submit a completed application, transcript, and essay. Application forms will be available in May.
Grants and scholarships are available to graduates of Hiawatha High School who attend college and major in education or health care or pursue a trade at a vocational school.
A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a graduate of Hiawatha High School who is enrolled in a university, college, community college or trade school. Financial need, academic achievement, community involvement, and work history will be considered. A special application is available in the Guidance Office.
A $4,000 scholarship is being offered to graduates pursuing a career in machining. It covers the entire cost of tuition, books, materials, and tooling for the 9-month program at the Washburn Institute of Technology in Topeka. Turn Application into Wenger Mfg. Sabetha Kansas (Wenger Manufacturing, Inc 714 Main Street Sabetha KS 66534)