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Scholarships are available for students who played basketball in senior year and plan to attend a University of Wisconsin school. Full details are available at The online application will be available at that site on Feb. 1st, 2024.

Join BCI Burke in their commitment to fostering community growth through education with their Community Scholarship Program, awarding one $500 scholarship and one $1000 scholarship to dedicated students who plan to further their education.

  • $500 scholarship will be awarded to a Moraine Park Technical College (WI) or Fox Valley Technical College (WI) students enrolled in the following programs: Interactive Media Design, Mechanical Design Technology, Mechanical CAD Drafting, Digital Media, or Welding.
  • $1000 Scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate student pursuing a bachelor's degree in engineering, Marketing, Graphic Design, or Business
  • Application are accepted: March 1 - May 1, 2024
  • Award Date: June 2024
  • Applications must be submitted online at our scholarship page
BCI Burke Community Scholarship

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering 6 scholarships for students planning to major in the visual arts (including art therapy).

For complete details and a scholarship application, download this document:

Stuckert Art Scholarship 2024

The Sheboygan County chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) is offering two $1000 scholarships to students pursuing careers in aviation-related fields. For full information and an application, visit Chapter 766's scholarship site

Foremost Media, Inc. Annual Scholarship:

  • Award $500
  • Application are accepted: March 1 - May 1, 2024
  • Award Date: no later than July 1, 2024

Eligibility Criteria:Pursuing a degree in Marketing or Web Development.Submission of a 250-500 word essay (topics listed on our website).Enrolling in an accredited two or four-year college, university, or trade school.A recommendation letter is required

Foremost Media, Inc. Scholarship

GEAR UP Scholarship:

DPI WEOP supports students in their pursuit of postsecondary education and makes available a GEAR UP Scholarship for eligible Wisconsin GEAR UP (WIGU) students and eligible outreach students. Students must apply for the scholarship during their senior year of high school and before the July 15 deadline. If awarded, students will receive a one-year GEAR UP Scholarship.

Scholarship Criteria

  • GEAR UP Enrollment Date
    • The dollar amount of the scholarship varies based on when the student enrolled in GEAR UP.
    • Previous GEAR UP Grants (Enrollments BEFORE August 23, 2019)
    • Newly awarded 2019 GEAR UP Grant (Enrollments AFTER August 23, 2019)
  • Scholarship Type
    • Priority Student Scholarship - Eligible GEAR UP students who complete six or more college credits through dual enrollment or earn a micro-credential while in high school are eligible for a greater scholarship amount.
      • Priority WITH dual enrollment or micro-credential (requires copy of transcripts from associated institution)
      • Priority WITHOUT dual enrollment or micro-credential
    • Outreach - Eligible Outreach students will compete for a variable set of funds each year. The total number of available scholarships depends on the number of eligible priority students who apply. The student must have attended a GEAR UP outreach service. Scholarships will be awarded to students on a first-come, first-served basis.

Deadline to apply: Students must apply for the scholarship by July 15 following their senior year of high school, but early application is encouraged. Only complete applications will be considered.

Eligible students will demonstrate financial need at the time of application and meet the following criteria:

  • Be under 22 years of age at the time of the first scholarship award.
  • Have received a secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent on or after January 1, 1998.
  • Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment, and provide proof of enrollment or acceptance, in a program of undergraduate instruction at a public, private non-profit, or technical college in Wisconsin.
  • Have participated in a service provided by the WIGU project.

Gear Up Scholarship

HearthStone of Wisconsin is offering two $1,000 opportunity scholarships to residents of Sheboygan County. Applicants must be identified as, and enrolled in a program for, students with an identified intellectual disability, traumatic brain impairment, or autism. More information and an application are on HearthStone's website

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  1. Each applicant must be a graduating senior from a school who’s Athletic Director utilizes the services of LOA in part or whole for a Varsity sport.
  2. Each applicant must have earned at least one varsity letter through participation in a varsity sport.
  3. Each applicant must have an accumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater (on a 4.0 scale).
  4. The individual shall exemplify excellence towards athletics, sportsmanship, school and community.
  5. Each Applicant must return the enclosed application packet by the due date posted.
Lakeshore Official Association Scholarship

The Nemak Achievers Scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing an engineering, manufacturing, or automotive career. See the attachment for further details. 

Nemak Achievers Flyer 2024

Applicants must have been born on or after June 1, 2004.

Applicants must be entering college (four year, community college or trade school) for the first time in 2025 (not incudling dual-enrollment courses). 

Applicants who have experienced homelessness within the last six years are eligible to apply.

You must currently be residing in the United States.  Undocumented students who meet these criteria are eligible.

Applications are to be submitted online.

SchoolHouse Connection Scholarship

Sheboygan Basketball Club scholarships are available to students who played on the South High or North High basketball teams for 4 years, and who plan to attend a 4-year college. See the attached application for further details.

SBC Scholarship 2024

Available to seniors who plan to attend a 4-year college, community/junior college or career school

No minimum SAT/ACT score or grade point average

No essay required

No lengthy application form

No application fee

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Student View Scholarship


• Covers full tuition and fees OR room and board ($10,000 per year) at the participating university of attendance
• Cadet stipend monthly ($420 freshman-senior)
   Book stipend of $1,200 annually ($600 per semester)
• Guaranteed commission in the Army National Guard with an eight-year service obligation

The Minuteman Scholarship

Purpose: The TIP grant aids low-income and disadvantaged Wisconsin students with additional college funding to help reduce the student’s amount of loan, work-study, or unmet need.


  • Students must be attending at least part time.
  • Students must be a first-time freshman.
  • Students must be attending a public or private Wisconsin college or university.
  • A student must meet one criterion from Group A based on financial need and one criterion from Group B based on nontraditional/ disadvantaged circumstances
  • The TIP grant can be renewed for up to ten semesters of enrollment and must be used within six years of enrollment at a public, private, or technical college or university in Wisconsin.
  • Funds are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Funding: Funding varies from year to year depending upon the number of continuing students. The Higher Educational Aids Board (HEAB) determines annually the amount of funds awarded for continuing students. HEAB then divides the remaining funds between the WEOP offices and the college financial aid community to award to new freshman. The TIP grant ranges from $600 to $1800 per school year.

Applications should be turned in to Mrs. Magray in the Student Services Office

TIP Grant Application

Two or more scholarships may be awarded by the Wisconsin Farm Technology/Farm Progress Days-Sheboygan County Scholarship Trust Fund, depending on the funds available.  Candidates must be a Sheboygan County resident.  Candidate rank in the upper 50% of class preferred with grade point of 3.0 or higher.  Winners may be asked to travel to Breakfast on the Farm events in other counties one weekend during the summer.  Applicants must be enrolled in post high school agriculture related training, long or short course, from a University of Wisconsin System (Platteville, Madison or River Falls) institution.  Areas of study may include: Agricultural Journalism, Agronomy, Bacteriology, Biochemistry, Dairy Science/Herd Management, Environmental Sciences, Food Industry, Genetics, Horticulture/Landscape Architecture and any other Agriculture Related Field of Study.)  The legal agreement with the UW-Foundation states the recipient must be enrolling in a UW system school (and specifically an agricultural program).

Farm Technology Days Scholarship Application

This scholarship program provides graduating high school seniors with financial assistance to continue their education through enrollment in certain Wisconsin Technical Colleges. Recipients may elect any one-year technical diploma or two-year associate degree program.


  • Son or daughter of customer with primary residence in WPS service area
  • High school senior graduating in current academic year
  • Applied to attend one of these schools:
    • Fox Valley Technical College
    • Lakeshore Technical College
    • Northcentral Technical College
    • Nicolet Technical College
    • Mid-State Technical College
    • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
  • Plan to enroll as a full-time student

WPS Scholarship

To compete for one of the WTA scholarships, applicants must compose an essay addressing the question, "What strategies can be implemented by town officials in collaboration with citizens to maintain civility in local government?" 

Students do not need to be residents of towns in order to apply.

Further information and application directions can be found on the WTA's scholarship website