Prairie du Chien High School

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Scholarship Application Process

Listed below are all scholarships available to Prairie du Chien 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.

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

Scholarship list for Prairie du Chien High School

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Aiden Hoffman and William Neises Endowed Scholarship, 2-Year School

Available to students from: Prairie du Chien High School, River Ridge High School
Eligibility: To assist worthy graduating seniors from River Ridge High School and Prairie du Chien High School who will be attending a 2-year technical school and pursuing a 2-year degree. Eligibility includes: a cumulative GPA of 1.7 or higher on a 4.0 scale, financial need.

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.

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