Lakeland High School


Scholarships are gifts, gifts that require hard work!



Here are some things to consider:


1. Set aside a specific amount of time each week to search and apply for scholarships


2. Don't overwhelm yourself, set realistic goals to have a certain number of scholarships completed each week.


3. Check with Mrs. Buck for any local scholarships: they will be listed here 2 months prior to their deadline.


4. Use scholarship search websites such as:






The Following local scholarships have upcoming deadlines:


See Mrs. Buck for paper Application:


ICAFS 1/31 $500 3.0 GPA. Plan to attend an Idaho college or university. Have a profesional plan goal that supports the mission of the American Fisheries Society.
Idaho School Board Association 2/2 $250-$500 Children or grandchildren of Idaho public schools trustees or of charter school governing board members. Parent or grandparent must be an active member of must have previously served 3 years or longer.
ID Horse Council 2/10 $1,000 2.5 GPA. Senior involvement in horse industry: 4-H, Rodeo, Pony Club, Shows, Trail riding, Etc.
ID Professional-Technical Tools of the Trade 2/15 unknown 2.5 GPA, Plan on enrolling full time at ISU, LCSC, NIC, EITC, CSI, or CWI in a Professional/Technical program
Governor's Cup: Academic 2/15 $3,000 2.8 GPA. Based off documented community service
Twin Lakes Villiage Scholarship 2/23 $1,000 2.8 GPA, Must plan to attend an ID college
IAC: Idaho Association of Counties 2/28 $1,000 Children of county enployees working 20 hours or more per week or the children or grandchildren of county elected officials. Must attend a college, university, vocational/technical school full-time for the 2018-2019 school year.
ALC Dave Kludt 2/28 $1,000 Must be related to an Associated Logging Contractor member. Must plan to study in a natural resources field (diesel mechanics, machining, forestry, biology, etc)
ALC Heartflite-Safety 2/28 $1,000 Must plan on studying in the medial field. Preference given if you have a logging relative.


Scholarships can be found on the provided website:


Ron Brown Scholarship Program 1/9 $40,000 Be a black/African American US citizen currently enrolled in their senior year of high school. Demonstrate academic achievement, exhibit leadership ability, participate in community service activities and have a demonstrated financial need.
Pride Foundation Scholarship 1/13 $10,000 Available to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and straight-ally students as well as students from LGBT families.
Washington Crossing Foundation Scholarship 1/15 $5,000 Be a US citizen high school senior. Be planning a career of service to the united states in local, state, or federal government
Pathable Women in Science Scholarship 1/15 $1,000 Be a female going into their freshman year of college and enrolling in a computer science or computer related degree
Idaho SWE 1/28 $3,000 3.0 GPA, Female, Wanting to enter into a STEM-related field of study, going to any ABET accredited university.
Elks Legacy Award 2/2 $4,000 Be a child or grandchild of a dues-paying member of an Elks club
Design A Better Future 2/11 5 @ $1,000 5 @ $10,000 Whether through essays or multimedia, students have used their voices to share visions for a better world. So, here's their chance to put them to action! We're asking high school seniors to submit a proposal for how they'll better their communities. Because this will be a much more rigorous process with multiple rounds.
IIEA 2/24 $500 Must want to study agriculture engineering, irrigation engineering, horticulture, crop and soil sciences, agribusiness, turf/landscape irrigation architecure and design, agriculture/horticulture education
NSHSS Tesoro Youth Leadership Award 2/26 $2,500 3.0 GPA, demonstrate financial need, Essay