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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.

Applicants to the Alliant Energy Innovation Scholarship Program must meet ALL of the following criteria:

  • Be a U.S. resident residing within the Alliant Energy service territory at the time of application;
  • Be a dependent child of a current customer or a current customer of one of Alliant Energy’s utility subsidiaries (Interstate Power and Light Co. or Wisconsin Power and Light Co.);
  • Be age 24 or under, enrolling for the first time in full-time undergraduate study in business or a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) field at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school located within the Alliant Energy Corporation service territory (Iowa and Wisconsin) for the entire upcoming academic year;
  • Have a cumulative high school grade point average between 2.5 and 4.00 on a 4.00 scale (or equivalent);

Employees of Alliant Energy Corporation, Scholarship America, their subsidiaries, affiliates, advertising and promotion agencies and the immediate family (spouses, parents, children or siblings and their spouses) and persons living in the same household of such employees who are employed at the time of application are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.

Deadline to apply is February 15, 2024 at 3:00 pm Central Time

Alliant Energy Scholarships

Several scholarships are available through the American Legion Auxiliary of Wisconsin. Visit their website for more information and to access application forms.

1. Participation is limited to any senior who is attending high school in Sheboygan County and is on track to graduate.

2. The applicant must have an immediate family member that is serving in, or a veteran of, the United States Military. (Parent, sibling, grandparent, uncle or aunt)

3. The second most important qualification is financial need.

4. Class ranking should be in the upper 50% of the graduation class.

5. The student must be well rounded in community activities and work experience as well as school activities being considered.

6. 2 and 4 year college programs as well as technical colleges are acceptable.

7. Any major will be considered.

American Legion Prescott-Bayens Post 83 Scholarship

This scholarship is open to applicants who are diagnosed as deaf or hard of hearing, and are receiving services through the school district for their condition. Please see that attached application form for further details.

ADHHC 2024 Scholarship 

The Aurora Medical Center Sheboygan County Medical Staff High School Scholarship is awarded to seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who will be pursuing a degree in an accredited 2-4 year health care-related degree program. Completed applications must be turned in to your School Counseling Office no later than Friday, February 9th, 2024. Complete applications will include the application form, essay, and student activities profile. See the document below for full details. 

Aurora Scholarship 2024

Aurora Scholarship 2024

The Chuck Zorn Memorial Scholarship is sponsored by the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF). Applicants must be an NWFT member, possess a hunting license, and will be "pursuing a degree from an accredited institution of higher education." For more information, see the application form below.

NWTF Chuck Zorn Memorial Scholarship

1.  Applicant must live in the Cleveland Elementary School boundaries and parents, guardians or grandparents are 2-year active members of the Cleveland Athletic Club member. 

2.  The following criteria shall serve as a guideline for recipient selection:

     A.  ATHLETICS: must have participated in high school sports for at least 2 years and have participated in Cleveland Youth Sports for at least 2 years

3.  A written application detailing athletic, academic and community service achievements along with a transcript of grades is required.  The application must be made through the high school Student Services Office.

4.  The scholarship shall be used for the first year of education following graduation from high school. 

See link for additional requirements

2024 Cleveland Athletic Club Scholarship


There are 2-4 scholarships available for high school seniors planning to attend a

university, college or technical school during the next school year and majoring in

veterinary medicine and/or an agriculture oriented field. These scholarships are available

to seniors in area high schools. The amount of scholarship is variable.


1. Major in Veterinary Medicine, Dairy/Animal Science, Crop Science,

Microbiological/Genetic Science or another Agriculture-oriented field

2. High School grade point average above 2.5/4.0

Dairy Doctors Veterinary Services Scholarship


The Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin, a non-profit foundation of the National Society of Professional Engineers-Wisconsin (NSPE-WI), is pleased to send you information regarding their Engineering Scholarships. The scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors who plan to study engineering at a four-year ABET/EAC accredited program leading to a baccalaureate degree in engineering and intend to enter the profession of engineering upon graduation.

Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin Scholarship

The Fehr Graham Scholarship is designed to "provide educational resources to students pursuing careers in engineering, landscape architecture, land surveying, geology, hydrogeology, assessment and remediation, and environmental health and safety in communities in and near where Fehr Graham offices are located." Fehr Graham has an office in Sheboygan, so local students are eligible to apply. For more information, visit the website linked below.

Fehr Graham 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

Instructions for SOUTH HIGH students:

The Herbert V. Kohler Scholarship "is for those students with strong leadership potential and the demonstrated ability to effect change." 

To apply, fill out the attached Student Information Form and HVK Scholarship Application. Both documents are fillable PDFs that must be completed electronically. If you filled out a Student Information Form for the Ruth DeYoung Kohler Scholarship, you may use the same form for this application. 

Email your completed Information Form and Scholarship Application to Mr. Haulotte ( in the South High Counseling Center no later than February 2nd, 2024. A committee of South High counselors and teachers will assess all applications, agree on which one is the strongest, and pass that one along to the Kohler Foundation for their consideration. 

Please note that you are welcome to apply for both the Herbert V. Kohler Scholarship and the Ruth DeYoung Kohler Scholarship for Artistic Excellence. 

2024 HVK Scholarship Application

2024 HVK Student Information Form

Applicant (or their parent) must be a Kohler Credit Union member as of Sept. 1, 2023. Applicant must also have a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.25, and plan to attend a 4-year college or university in Wisconsin. The digital scholarship application will be available on December 4, 2023 at

Kohler Credit Union Scholarship (Not available until 12/04/23)
  1. Top 50% of your graduating senior class (any of the SASD High Schools)
  2. Must attend a private, public, or technical school (in or out-of-state) following high school graduation.
  3. Attended Lincoln-Erdman for at least three years.
  4. Must have been active in at least two extra-curricular activities in or outside of school during high school years.
  5. 200-250 word essay required: Topic: Lincoln-Erdman's motto is "Caring to Learn... Learning to Care." Please describe (with specific examples) how you have lived by this motto over the course of your life and how you plan to continue to live by this motto.
  6. Submit a brief cover letter with your essay explaining your activities and accomplishments during your high school years and describe your future plans after graduation to the Lincoln-Erdman Principal (Ms. Barttelt). Include full information about the college you will be attending and what your course of study/major will be. Be sure to list your name, address and phone number.
  7. Children of current Lincoln-Erdman staff members are not eligible.

One lump sum of $500 will be paid to the registrar's office at the college to be attended with funds to be used for books or tuition. Please provide proof of enrollment through a letter from the university listing where the scholarship money should be sent.

Lincoln-Erdman Elementary Scholarship

No grades, test scores or essays. The Live Más Scholarship is for students who are pursuing higher education, preparing for the workforce, or using their passion to ignite change in their communities and beyond. Submit a two-minute video telling us what you’re passionate about and how you plan to make a difference.

It could be a short film, animation, or a simple testimonial. This isn’t about how well you can make a film—we want to learn more about you, your passion and how you plan to ignite change in your community and beyond!

Live Más Scholarship

Marine Credit Union (MCU) takes pride in our long tradition of assisting members with financial needs in the pursuit of higher education. We believe strongly in giving back to our members and the communities we serve. We offer nine (9) - $1,000 scholarships that we award to well-deserving, hardworking students (1) graduating from high school with the class of 2024 or (2) present college students continuing their studies during the academic year 2024-2025.

To be eligible for one of these scholarships, the applicant must be an MCU member, or the child of an MCU member, and must plan to enroll for the next academic year as a full-time student as determined by the school, college, or university. MCU pays the scholarship award directly to each recipient’s college or university based on the academic schedule and can be used for tuition, fees, and other educational expenses.

Marine Credit Union Scholarship

The Ruth DeYoung Kohler Scholarship for Artistic Excellence is being offered to students who plan to pursue a career in the arts.

First read the "RDK Instructions" document. Then fill out the Student Information Form, RDK Application, and RDK Additional Information Form.  If you filled out a Student Information Form for one of the other Kohler Foundation scholarships, you may use the same form for this application. Please note that all application materials must be submitted online by February 16th, 2024. 

Feb 7th and 12th: Video recording available for RDK applicants. Contact Angela Ramey at to schedule your recording,

Contact Angela Ramey with any questions:

Ruth DeYoung Kohler

Students declaring a major in or having an emphasis in the human resources field are eligible to apply.

Please see the attached document for more information and a copy of the scholarship application. 

2024 Sheboygan Area - SHRM Jack Schoemer Scholarship

Variety of individual SPEF scholarships available; visit their website for individual scholarships available to North High, South High and charter school students. Each scholarship has different submission requirements in addition to submitting a local scholarship application with original signatures of parents and student.  Contact SPEF directly if you have any questions.

SPEF Website

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

Students planning to pursue a tech college or university degree in agriculture (or a related field) are eligible to apply. Please see the attachment for further details and for a copy of the application form.

WI Antique Power Reunion Scholarship

Open to any Wisconsin resident enrolling in a college or vocational/technical school in a course of study leading to a two- or four-year degree in police science, criminal justice, or a law enforcement-related field. Visit the Association's scholarship website for further details and the scholarship application. 

Any Wisconsin resident enrolling in a college or vocational/technical school in a course of study leading to a 2- or 4-year degree in police science, criminal justice, or a law enforcement-related field - which does not include law school - is eligible

Wisconsin Professional Police Association Scholarship

Please visit the Wisconsin School Counselor Association website for full details and to submit your information and essays.

Entries must be submitted electronically via the form located in the link above no later than December 11th, 2023 for Scholarship consideration.

Four $500 scholarships will be awarded.

To be eligible you must:

  • Be a Wisconsin Resident*.
  • Are attending a public or private high school in Wisconsin
  • Will be attending a post-secondary education program during the 2024-2025 school year.

*Full definition of Wisconsin Resident provided in above link.