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:


Dr. Riggs Leadership Scholarship- KROC 3/23 $1,000 Plan on pursuing a post-secondary education, demonstrate leadership at school, work, church, or at the home
ISEA Teen of the Year 3/27 $200, 300, 500 3.0 GPA, Amount depends on where you place in competition
Gem State Insurance Company 4/2 $1,000 Must be an ID resident, graduating from an ID high school and plan to attend an ID college full time.
Bismark H. Turner 4/6 up to $2,444 "B" GPA, must submit your FAFSA, must have a high moral character
Lakeland Education Foundation 4/13 $1,000 Graduate from LHS, plan to attend a 2, 4, or CTE program full time (12 credits), show financial need, be a "First Generation College Student" (Neither biological parent has earned a Bachelor's Degree), have high moral character, and show evidence of community involvement.


Scholarships can be found on the provided website:



Armed Forces / Public Safety Officer Dependent Scholarship Open enrollment Full Tuition

Parent must be a military member or public safety officer, Must enroll at NIC, LCSC, CSI, EITC, UI, BSU, ISU, or CWI. Parent is/was determined to be imprisoned or missing in action, killed, or become totally and permanently disabled. Parent is stationed in ID on military orders and deployed to any area of armed conflict where the above stated occurred.

Postsecondary Credit Scholarship Open enrollment Varies

Has earned 10 post-secondary credits while in HS, Must obtain a competitive scholarship that is merit based




Governor's Cup: Professional/Technical 3/15 $3,000

2.8 GPA. Based off documented community service

ICF- Community Foundation 3/1 or 3/15 Varies

10 different scholarships: Alois & Marie Goldmann memorial, Anne Veseth Memorial, Hokey Pokey, Idaho nursing and health professionals, Idaho Power company-Kevin Whitier, Idaho power company-Larry R. Wimer, Larry J. May Hospitality Management, Mike Crapo Math and science, Roger C. Sathre, and Yvonne and Dick Lierz

The Fair Foundation 3/3 $1,000

Student must have actively assisted the North Idaho Fair in some way

Kootenai Electric 3/7 $1,000

Essay, Member or family member of Kootenai Electric

ID Professional-Technical Tools of the Trade 3/15 Depends on program

2.5 GPA, Plan on enrolling full time at ISU, LCSC, NIC, EITC, CSI, or CWI in a Professional/Technical program

NSHSS: Earth Day Award 3/15 $500

3.0 GPA, senior in high school.

NIADA Foundation 3/17 $3,500

Outstanding academic achievement and SAT or ACT scores. You are part of Region IV. Essay.

The GREAT Scholarship Program: Great Clips 3/31 $250-$1,500

Potential cosmetology students

Marsden Scholarship 3/31 $7,500

3.5 GPA, Combined SAT of 1300, Demonstrate financial need, Plan on attending a competitive university. You do not have to be a member of the Episcopal church or any faith community

Pay it Forward: Idaho Pointe Pest Control Scholarship 4/29 $750

Do a good deed for someone else and tell that person to pass it on.

Henry & Joyce W. Sumid Scholarship 4/30 $5,000

3.0 GPA, Demonstrate financial need, Interest in studying theatre Arts

Air Control Heating & Electric 4/30 $500

Must be a member of Debate Team

College Mouse 4/30 $1,500

Essay or short video explaining why "college matters to you"

Student View Scholarship 4/22 $500-4,000

Online survey for random drawing

ID Farm Bureau 4/1 $750

Must be members or children of members

ID Professional-Technical Anne Veseth Memorial Continuing Education Scholarship 5/1 $500

2.5 GPA, Plan on enrolling full time at ISU, LCSC, NIC, EITC, CSI, or CWI in a Professional/Technical program

Denver Divorce: Divorce matters Scholarship 5/30 $2,500

Been personally affected by a divorce, must attend a 2 or 4 year college in Fall 2018, 500 word essay: "How has divorce touched your life? In what ways did it shape you into the person you are today?"

Horatio-Alger Career and Technical Scholarship opens 3/15 $2,500

Applicant must be eligible for the Pell Grant (FAFSA), going into a technical degree path

Careers That Work Scholarship Program 6/22 $1,000

Plan to attend a participating career college in Idaho, Oregon, or Washington (40 different schools, including Toni & guy-CDA). Lakeland HS will pick 5 students to win this scholarship after they have applied. To apply and see the list of participating colleges go to the website.

Kootenai County Republican Women 6/30 $500

2.5 GPA, Do not need to belong to an organization

Do-Over Scholarship 6/30 $1,500

Must be 13 years old, be currently enrolled (or enroll no later than 2024) in an accredited post-secondary institute. 250 word essay: "If you could get one 'do-over' in life, what would it be and why?"