Brodhead High School

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Scholarship Application Process

Listed below are all scholarships available to Brodhead 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 Brodhead High School

Click each application type to view all scholarships in that category:
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Alvin & Rosa Buholzer Scholarship

Available to students from: Albany High School, Argyle High School, Brodhead High School, Juda High School, Monroe High School, Monticello High School, New Glarus High School
Eligibility: For students planning to attend Blackhawk Technical College only. Students should be in the top 33 percent of their class ranking. Preference may be given for financial need, but it is not a restriction.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters Green County Scholarship

Available to students from: Albany High School, Brodhead High School, Juda High School, Monroe High School, Monticello High School, New Glarus High School
Eligibility: For students who have either been recipients of BB/BS service, or who have provided service to the organization. Selection will be based upon number of years involved, impact Big Brothers/Big Sisters has had on applicant. Student should be goal-oriented, demonstrate interest in community and school activities, and have financial need.

Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church Scholarship

Available to students from: Albany High School, Brodhead High School, Juda High School, Monroe High School, Monticello High School, New Glarus High School
Eligibility: Scholarship awarded to individual(s) who plan to attend a Lutheran college, university or seminary. This scholarship is based on financial need and academic performance. Preference may be given to a member of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church located in Monroe, Wisconsin.

The Green Haven Family Advocates, Geraldine “Gerri” Newman Memorial Scholarship

Available to students from: Albany High School, Brodhead High School, Juda High School, Monroe High School, Monticello High School, New Glarus High School
Eligibility: The applicants for this scholarship must be of good character and high moral standards. Preference may be given to applicants who demonstrate a commitment to volunteerism through participation in school and/or community activities, plan a career path with direct connection to human services (examples: social work, medical, teaching, law enforcement, etc.) Additional preference will be given to an individual who has shown an ability to overcome hardship in their personal life. Applicants will also be judged on citizenship, leadership, academics, financial need, and life experiences.

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