Scholarships available to students of

Belmont High School

Important! Please read first:

Scholarship Application Process

Online applications

ONE application is all that’s needed to apply to multiple scholarships. The new online application process will alert you of eligibility during the completion of the online app. For example, if you read the descriptions of scholarships and plan to apply to several you still only need to complete one online app. Based on information in your application, you will be presented with those scholarships for which you are eligible to apply. Simply select yes or no for each scholarship listed for you. We suggest you write down the names of the scholarships before you begin the online process.

Printable applications

Many scholarships have printable Word Documents as their application. Simply click on the scholarship name and it will take you to a document for you to download and complete. You must complete one for EACH scholarship with a printable application. Instructions for submission are included in the document.

In-school applications

Several scholarships applications are available only through your school’s guidance counselor. If you find a scholarship listed under in-school apps, please see your guidance counselor office for an application.

Elaine Houtakker May “We Will Find a Path or Make One” Scholarship

Available to students from:
Eligibility: Established for graduating seniors from Belmont High School who will be attending an accredited 4 year college/university. Student must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

Belmont Schools Endowment Fund Scholarship

Available to students from:
Eligibility: Available through the Belmont Scholarship Fund.

Frederick & Helen Rehmstedt Memorial Scholarship

Available to students from:
Eligibility: Available through the Belmont Scholarship Fund.

Harold Vickers Memorial Scholarship

Available to students from:
Eligibility: Available through the Belmont Scholarship Fund.

Hubert & Joyce Mester Family Endowed Scholarship in Memory of Wayne Mester

Available to students from:
Eligibility: Available through the Belmont Scholarship Fund. This fund is to provide for post high school educational opportunities for graduating seniors of Belmont High School. At least one scholarship shall be awarded annually to a graduating senior from Belmont High School who will be attending an accredited college, university or technical school. Eligibility guidelines include formal application for the scholarship through the HS guidance department; a GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; preference will be given for a student pursuing post-secondary education in agriculture. Additionally, the student shall have been involved in school activities (clubs, organizations, sports and/or music/art).

Alice and Charles Van Bogaert Memorial Scholarship

Available to students from:
Eligibility: Available through the Belmont Scholarship Fund. Established to recognize specific academic excellence and provide for post high school educational opportunities for seniors graduating who will attend an accredited college, university or technical school.

Joseph L. Runde Memorial Scholarship

Eligibility: Established to assist worthy graduating female seniors from Hazel Green, Belmont, Benton, Cuba City, Platteville, Potosi, or Shullsburg High Schools who intend to pursue a degree (university, college or technical school) in the field of healthcare sciences. The applicant must have achieved a high school cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale).

Platteville Consumers Cooperative Scholarship

Eligibility: Established to benefit graduating seniors of the high schools within the association’s market area: Belmont, Benton, Cuba City, Darlington, Iowa-Grant, Lancaster, Platteville, Shullsburg, and Southwest Wisconsin Communities High School. Students must be pursuing post-high school education in the field of agriculture or agribusiness.

Doug & Janice Steinback Family Scholarship

Eligibility: Established to assist students from Southwest Wisconsin (graduates of a Grant, Iowa, Lafayette, Crawford or Richland county high school) who intend to pursue a degree in the field of agriculture, life science, biology and/or chemistry. The applicant must have achieved a high school cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale). Preference may be given to students who also demonstrated involvement in community and school activities. Preference may be given to students with financial need.

Director of Grants & Scholarships

Jackie Ommodt
Jackie Ommodt

Phone: (608) 758-0883
Email: [email protected]