The Elks National Foundation is offering their Most Valuable Student Scholarship. Check out the Scholarship Page for more information!
Seniors! You will need to request your final transcripts through Parchment. Your school will need this before you start school in the fall. Go to www.parchment.com.
Check out the Scholarship Page for information on the Missaukee County Farm Bureau Scholarship. The deadline for applying is May 31, 2018.
There are more scholarships being posted for future teachers and for students planning to go into law, history, political science, or other related field. Check out the Scholarships page for more information. Deadlines are fast approaching (May 1)!
Are you planning to attend Baker College in the fall? Check out the Scholarship Page for information on some great scholarships they are offering.
The Osceola County Farm Bureau is offering scholarships to high school seniors. Check the Scholarship Page to see if you qualify!
Biewer Lumber is offering a scholarship to high school seniors planning to go into business, forestry, or industrial maintenance. Visit the Scholarships Page for more information and an application.
Check out the Scholarships Page to see if you are eligible for the local Elks Scholarship. Six (6) $500 scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors attending schools in our ISD.
Seniors! The Foundation Scholarships are now available. Keep in mind they are only for McBain High School seniors so your chances for winning a scholarship are VERY GOOD! This year, you will only have to complete one application rather than an application for each individual scholarship. This will make you eligible for more scholarships with less work!!
The deadline to submit your application is the Friday before Spring Break! Don’t wait until the last minute, get started now. You will need a completed application, a transcript, and three letters of recommendation. See Mrs. Schwartz if you have questions or need help.
Check out the Scholarship Page for the latest scholarship postings! See Mrs. Schwartz if you need help and remember, don’t wait until the last minute to ask your teachers/counselor/principal if you need a recommendation. Chances are you aren’t the only one asking them so be considerate of their time!