Argyle High School

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Scholarship Application Process

Listed below are all scholarships available to Argyle High School students, sorted by application type.

Most scholarship funds have specific eligibility requirements established by the donor, such as enrollment at a particular high school or specialization in a particular field of study. Also, most scholarship funds base selection on financial need, academic performance, extracurricular activities, volunteer/community service, or other talents.

Click each application type to learn more about how to apply for these scholarships.

The application deadline for most scholarships is March 1.

ONE application is all that’s needed to apply to multiple scholarships. The 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.

For your convenience, we offer a guide to our online application process:

Download Online Application Instruction Guide

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.
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.
Jackie Ommodt

Questions about the application process?

If you have any questions about the application process, or issues with the online application website, please contact Jackie Ommodt, Director of Grants & Scholarships.

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

Scholarship list for Argyle High School

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David C. Ainsworth Scholarship

Available to students from: Argyle High School, Brodhead High School
Eligibility: To assist worthy graduating seniors from Argyle and Brodhead High Schools receive a higher education. Eligibility guidelines include: The student should be in the top 25% of the class. Student activities to include school and community.

Alvin X & Rosa Buholzer Scholarship

Available to students from: Argyle High School, Monroe High School
Eligibility: This scholarship was established by a bequest from Alvin X. and Rosa Buholzer to assist and encourage worthy and industrious students who will be attending an accredited college, university or technical school to obtain education beyond high school.ELIGIBILITY:Applicants should be in the top 33% of class ranking.

Auestad and Arnold Family Scholarship

Available to students from: Argyle High School
Eligibility: For students who have earned a GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Preference may be given for student’s level of involvement in extracurricular activities, church and community service.

Clayton Watkins Memorial Scholarship

Available to students from: Argyle High School
Eligibility: For students pursuing a post-secondary education at an accredited college, university or technical school.

Curt Marzolf Memorial Scholarship

Available to students from: Argyle High School, Juda High School, Monroe High School, South Wayne High School
Eligibility: Established to provide for post high school educational opportunities for graduating seniors from Monroe, Argyle, Juda or South Wayne, WI high schools who intend to study the field of engineering at an accredited college or university.ELIGIBILITY:Student will attend an accredited college or university studying the field of engineering. Student must have a 3.0 GPA or higher on a 4.0 scale. Preference for a student that has a relationship with hunting, fishing, archery, shooting sports, 4-H or FFA but not a requirement.

Doug & Janice Steinback Family Scholarship

Available to students from: Argyle High School, Barneveld High School, Belmont High School, Benton High School, Black Hawk High School, Boscobel High School, Cuba City High School, Darlington High School, Fennimore High School, Iowa-Grant High School, Ithaca High School, Lancaster High School, North Crawford High School, Platteville High School, Potosi High School, Prairie du Chien High School, Richland Center High School, Shullsburg High School, Southwestern High School, Weston High School
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.

Joseph Thomas Wyss Hockey Scholarship

Available to students from: Argyle High School, Darlington High School, Lena-Winslow High School, Monroe High School, New Glarus High School, Orangeville High School, Warren High School
Eligibility: Established for graduating seniors who are participating hockey players from the WIAA Hockey Region. Eligibility includes participation in Monroe Avalanche Hockey and/or Monroe Youth Hockey. Must be planning to attend an accredited college, university or technical school.

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