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Albert Lee Wright Jr. Memorial Migrant Scholarship

Purpose: "To honor a migrant farm worker student who has overcome barriers presented by mobility, who has performed strongly academically, and who has provided service to his or her community. NASDME intends this $3,000 scholarship to go to a mobile student or students who have attended more than one school in a year and/or who have traveled on their own or with a parent or guardian in pursuit of qualifying agricultural or agriculture-related work in the summer or regular school term. Students who have not moved will not be considered for this scholarship. Scholarships will be given only to graduating high school students entering college for the first time."

The following information must be included in the application:

Two letters of recommendation, at least one of which must be from a school, community or educational agency representative with a personal knowledge of the applicant’s character;
A personal essay of at least 500 words telling about the applicant’s background (which includes information about disrupted schooling and barriers presented because of agriculture/fishing-related mobility) and career and personal goals, and indicating why he or she should receive this assistance;
A copy of a high school transcript showing the most recent grades obtained;
Proof of acceptance and/or enrollment at a post-secondary degree-granting institution. If acceptance is pending, applicant MUST keep the committee informed by e-mail ([email protected]) regarding acceptance as soon as it is received;
Financial need documentation in the form of, but not limited to, a copy of the most recent school financial aid form, loan documentation, family tax return (include only the first two pages); or other letter from an institution documenting financial aid; or, if these are unavailable, a descriptive narrative regarding the family’s financial need;
Proof of Migrant Education eligibility – (Attach a legible and clear copy of a "Certificate of Eligibility" showing qualification during the past three calendar years or any time during high school). This can be obtained from a local school district through the migrant education staff.
Application is available in the counseling office and also at the NASDME website at:

DEADLINE: March 1, 2020

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Alert Publishers

$500 scholarship, Seniors only. Minimum 2.5 GPA. Write an editorial, 600 – 1,000 words on what your school or community is doing or what you would like to see them do to prevent drug and alcohol abuse. NO APPLICATION, NO DEADLINE. Please send editorials to:


Boise, Idaho 83711




John & Olive Adams Scholarship

The John and Olive Adams Scholarship Foundation awards scholarships to qualifying students who plan to further their education at College of Eastern Idaho before transferring to an accredited Idaho State College or University. Seniors only.

Criteria: the recipient must qualify under at least one of the following:

Top 20% of their graduating class;

A minimum of 24 on the ACT Test or 1110 on the SAT or an equivalent score on the institutions entrance exam.

GPA of 3.5 or higher

The scholarship is limited to students who plan to study in the broad fields of either physical science or social science.

Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated financial need.

The recipient must attend College of Eastern Idaho before transferring to an Idaho State sponsored university or technical school which is accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges

Applicants must submit the following (please type or print):

1. A complete application signed by the applicant.

2. An official high school transcript which includes at least the first term of the senior year.

3. Two letters of recommendation. One must be from a school official.

4. A personal statement no more than 2 pages double spaced addressing the following:

A.What are your educational goals and how will this scholarship help you attain them?

B. Why did you choose College of Eastern Idaho and the college you'll transfer to for your education?

C. How will your education contribute positively to your potential employment and the community at large?

D. Describe any school clubs, extracurricular activities, community service, etc. that you have been involved in.

E. Please provide additional information that you would like the Selection Committee to consider, including need.

5. The name and address of both schools you intend to attend.

The application is available at:

The completed application and all supporting documents must be received by the Scholarship Committee by April 10, 2020. Please submit the application to: 

John and Olive Adams Scholarship Foundation
Attention: Bailey Winn
1600 South 25th East
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83404


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American College Foundation Scholarship

The ACF Visionary Scholarships are available to all high school students grades 9 – 12 and range from $1,000 to $5,000 one-time awards. Applicants must register at the ACF website, submit a copy of their most recent report card and write a 500 word typed, double-spaced essay on “Why College is Important To Me.” Applicants are judged on their ability to follow application guidelines (25%) The correctness of their grammar and punctuation (25%) and the merit of their essay (50%). Begin the application process today at the following website:

DEADLINE: May 1, 2020
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American Legion (oratorical contest)

$1,500 scholarship to first round contestants. $14,000 - $18,000 scholarships to three finalists. Grades 9 – 12. Speak on assigned topic. Information available at local American Legion Post or from Mr. Jacobsen or Mr. Law. Information is also online at:




American Legion Ashton Post #89

$200 Scholarship, seniors only. Applicant must be a relative of a member of American Legion Post #89. Application available in counselor’s office.




American Legion Auxiliary Scholarships

Scholarships include Nursing, General Studies for both Traditional and Non-Traditional students, Spirit of Youth Scholarship, and the Children of Warriors National Presidents Scholarship. The applicant must be a veteran or a veteran’s child or grandchild. Information is available at the local American Legion Post #89 or from Mr. Law. Information is also online at

March 1, 2020 for Spirit of Youth
March 1, 2020 for Non Traditional Students
March 1, 2020 for Children of Warriors

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American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year Scholarships

The applicant must be a registered active member of a Boy Scout Troop, Varsity Scout Team or Venturing Crew, hold the rank of Eagle Scout and be the son or grandson of an American Legion or American Legion Auxiliary member. Information is available at the local American Legion Post #89 or from Mr. Law. Information is also online at:

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American Legion Legacy Scholarships

“Through the American Legion Legacy scholarship, the American Legion works to ensure that the children of U.S. service members who died on or after September 11, 2001 receive equal opportunities in their pursuit of higher learning.” Information is available at the local American Legion Post #89 or from Mr. Law. Information is also online at:

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Ashton Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

Scholarship, 4 $200 scholarships will be awarded. Seniors only. Essay required about the applicants feelings regarding the United States of America Flag. Applications available in the counseling office.

No Longer Available



Associated Logging Contractors (ALC) Scholarships

Two $1,000 scholarships are available to graduating seniors who are related to the logging industry either through a family connection or through sponsorship by a member of Associated Logging Contractors Inc.

The Heartflight Scholarship is for students who plan to pursue a career in a medical field, while the Dave Kludt-ALC Natural Resource Scholarship is for students planning an occupation in the field of natural resources.

Applications are available in the counseling office.

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AXA Achievement Scholarships-Seniors only & AXA Achievement Community Scholarships

AXA Achievement Scholarships-Seniors only

52 students will each receive a $10,000 state scholarship. One recipient will be selected from each U.S. state the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. From among these 52 recipients, 10 will be selected to receive an additional $15,000 scholarship. Approximately 300 additional scholarships will be awarded each year in the amount of $2,500 each to graduating seniors. To qualify, you must demonstrate ambition and self-drive as evidenced by outstanding achievement in school, community or work-related activities.

The application deadline is December 15, 2019, but if 10,000 applications are received
before that date, the program will automatically close.
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Ayn Rand Institute (ARI)

Top Prize $10,000. Grades 9 –12. Essay contest. Applicant Must submit essay online:

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 Better Business Bureau Students of Integrity Scholarship

"BBB Foundation offers the Students of Integrity Scholarship to recognize high school juniors and seniors who personify and communicate ethics in the real world, as demonstrated through community service, personal integrity, and academic accomplishments. A scholarship of $10,000 will be awarded to the winning application submitted by students residing in Alaska, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Washington, or Western Wyoming. High school juniors and seniors from across the Northwest are encouraged to apply by creating a 90-second video that demonstrates how BBB helps people become smart consumers. We recommend getting as creative as possible, telling us the story of a person harmed by unethical business practices and how BBB can help educate consumers in advance to prevent scams or to help consumers report scams or bad businesses."

Apply online at: at:



Blackfoot Telecommunications Group Scholarship

This scholarship is sponsored by Blackfoot Telecommunications Group, the parent company of Fremont Communications. Awards range from $500 to $1,500. It is available to students served by Fremont Communications, and in addition to the application itself, the applicant must also submit the following documents as part of the application process:

A current High School Transcript.

One letter of recommendation from a teacher.

One character reference letter from a community member.

A current school photo

Applications are available online at

DEADLINE: May 15, 2020.

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 Bud Hoffbuhr Memorial Scholarship

(This scholarship is offered to members of the Idaho State Snowmobile Association.)

All “Bud Hoffbuhr Memorial Scholarship” applications for the 2019 competition must be postmarked no later than May 1, 2019

Eligibility requirements include the following:

Proof of ISSA affiliation and/or membership

(ISSA member’s name, address, relationship to you. (Note: ISSA does not require members to belong to a snowmobile club and in many Idaho clubs, ISSA membership is

Most recent high school or college transcript along with a written statement describing
academic and extra-curricular activities and achievements.

Written statement describing in detail your involvement in snowmobiling related

COMMUNITY SERVICE – Please include a written statement detailing your involvement
and accomplishments in community and public service. This may be through individual
effort or through such activities as scouting, church, charities, service clubs, snowmobile
clubs, etc.

The application for this scholarship is available in the counseling office or online at



Buick Achievers Scholarship Program

100 scholarships for up to $25,000 per year,

1,000 scholarships at $2,000 per year, renewable for up to 4 years. Applicants must plan to major in science, technology, engineering, math, business administration, finance, marketing, design, and are interested in a career in the automotive or related industries.

Scholarship recipients are selected based on the following four factors which will be considered equally:

1. Academic achievement,
2. Financial need,
3. Participation and leadership in community and school activities, work experience, educational and career goals, and unusual circumstances, and
4. Other criteria: being a first-generation college student, female, minority, a military veteran or a dependent of military personnel.
Applications are online at:



Burger King Scholars Program

"Scholarship grants range from $1,000 to $50,000, and are intended to help students offset the cost of attending college or post-secondary vocational / technical school. Recipients are selected based on their grade point average, work experience, extracurricular activities and / or community service. Applications are available online after October 15, 2019 at:
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Cargill Scholarship Program for Minority Students & Cargill Community Scholarships

$5,000 awards available to minority students and 350 $1,000 awards available nationwide to students who live near a Cargill facility. Seniors only. Applications online. DEADLINE: VARIES BY SCHOLARSHIP
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The Center for Scholarship Administration

The Center for Scholarship Administration is proud to serve as the administrator of many scholarship programs. The funds are provided through the generosity of corporations, foundations, individuals and trust funds. 

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Charles Nickel Scholarship sponsored by the Idaho Association of Counties (IAC)

$1,000 scholarships awarded to full-time students at any Idaho 2 or 4 year college. Criteria: must be the child of an Idaho county employee or the child or grandchild of a county elected official. Applications are available in the counseling office and at the Idaho Association of Counties website at: The application requires the applicant to write a personal statement of not more than 500 words addressing the following three questions:

How will you use your education to benefit your community?
What roadblock or impediment have you overcome in your life and how has it impacted and changed you?
What role does public service play in your life and how will you continue to serve the public in the future?
The applicant must also furnish the following documents as part of the application process:

An official copy of your high school and college transcripts.
Two sealed letters of recommendation from individuals who are specifically aware and supportive of your academic or leadership capabilities as well as your accomplishments to date. These letters must be from persons NOT related to the applicant.
On a separate sheet you must list and describe school and community involvement, volunteer activities, extracurricular activities, and honors and awards.




CHS Foundation High School Scholarships

$1,000 scholarships available to graduating high school seniors who plan to study an agricultural related major at a university or two-year college. Applications for this years scholarship are available online at:
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Clover Leaf Rebekah Lodge Scholarship

$200 Scholarship. Available to graduating seniors. High school activities, community activities, work experience, and academic performance as well as educational and career goals are considered when selecting the recipient of this scholarship. Applications are available in the counseling office. 
Not Currently Offered



Coca Cola

Seniors only. Applicants must demonstrate leadership in school, commitment to community, academic achievement, and part-time employment. Applications are available online at:

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Community Council of Idaho Scholarships.

Community Council of Idaho is sponsoring two scholarships this year.

The first scholarship is the 2020 Idaho AgFest Scholarship, which is available to Idaho students who work (or whose parents work) in agriculture or in ag related businesses. Applicants must be residents of Idaho and have a minimum GPA of 2.5. This application is due May 22, 2020, and the applications is available online.

The second scholarship is the Community Council of Idaho Hispanic Scholarship, which is available to Hispanic students. The student must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and plan to pursue an academic major in college.

The application is available online, and the deadline is June 30, 2020

In addition to filling out the application, applicants must include the following documents as part of the application process:

Three letters of recommendation.
2019 tax return.
Copy of high school transcript.
one-page essay OR personal statement.

DEADLINE: JUNE 30, 2020 



Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Scholarships

CHCI scholarships are awarded to Latino students in the following categories:

$1.000 for 2 year associate degree programs.
$2,500 for 4 year bachelor degree programs.
$5,000 for graduate level studies.
Eligibility Criteria

Enroll Full-time in an accredited community college, four-year university, or graduate/professional program.
Demonstrate financial need.
Be consistently and actively involved in public and/or community service activities.
Possess strong writing skills.
U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident.
The Scholarship application must be completed online at the following website:

This website also includes links to the following important publications:
CHCI Guide to Applying for Financial Aid & Scholarships
The National Directory of Scholarships, Internships and Fellowships for Latino Students
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There are currently no scholarships in this category.




East Idaho Credit Union Scholarship

One $1,000 scholarship and three $500 scholarships are available to high school seniors who are members of the East Idaho Credit Union. You must submit an essay as part of the application process. Applications are available in the counseling office and also at any of the nine East Idaho Credit Union branch offices.

Applications are also available online



Eastern Idaho State Fair Scholarship

Seniors only. Six $1,000 scholarships available to 4-H and FFA members. Awarded to outstanding students who are members in good standing of 4-H and/or FFA, maintain a 3.0 cumulative high school GPA, take the ACT or SAT test, and have participated in the 2017 Eastern Idaho State Fair.
Applications available in counseling office and at

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Elks National Foundation

(Most Valuable Student) $4,000 - $60,000 scholarships ($1,000 - $15,000/year). Seniors only. Criteria: academic, leadership & financial need. Applications are available at local lodge.




Fall River Rural Electric Cooperative Scholarship

Available to seniors whose parents or guardians receive power from Fall River Electric. This $600 scholarship in renewable!

Student must write an essay stating why they feel deserving of this scholarship and stating their educational and/or vocational goals.
Applications are available in the counselor’s office and also online at Click on the “MYCOMMUNITY” tab and select “scholarships”.
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Far West Agribusiness Association Scholarship for 2020

Any full-time student from Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Utah, or Nevada, who is pursuing an undergraduate degree from a college or university in the United States is eligible to apply. The Far West Agribusiness Association scholarship program has been designed to provide outstanding high school and collegiate undergraduate students with a chance to pursue their educational goals in college. Scholarships are one year in length and will be awarded in amounts up to $1000 per student.

Applications are available in the counselors office and also online at Applications require the following information:

3 letters of recommendation
Official High School Transcript
Professional Resume’
A 500 word essay wherein you will discuss your personal connection to agriculture and how you would advocate for the ag industry as it faces any one of these trending topics (pick one to include in your essay).
1.Ground Water Quality Related Issues
2.Precision Technology - use of unmanned vehicles (drones) in agriculture
3.The economic impact of agriculture in your home state
4.Impacts of Climate Change on Farming
5.Social Acceptance of a Genetically Modified Organism (GMO's)




Joe Foster Memorial Scholarship

Joe Foster taught at North Fremont for 29 years. Joe was a wonderful man and a wonderful teacher. He was also the "Voice of the Huskies" at sporting events. Teaching was his life's work, and he loved being a "Husky." Joe enjoyed his interactions with his students, and when called upon to deliver speeches at graduation, Joe always said the following: 

There are three kinds of graduates from North Fremont:

1. I can't wait to leave.
2. I wish I could stay forever.
3. I loved North Fremont and how it prepared me - but now I am ready to GO
    FOR IT!

Please write a short essay on any thoughts you might have about his philosophy. You may then pick up a copy of the application in the counseling office (The application asks you to list the activities you are involved in at North Fremont, your educational goals and the occupations that you are interested in.) You then submit the application along with your essay and your high school transcript. The complete application must be submitted by
May 1st, 2020 to the following address:

Donna Foster
P.O. Box 64
Ashton, Idaho 83420


Fremont County Fraternal Order of Police

This $500 scholarship is awarded to a student planning a career in public service. The student chooses from the following essay questions/prompts and submits a typed, one page minimum, three page maximum, double spaced response.

1. What is the value of public service and how are you going to contribute to your community with your career?

2. Analyze a current Idaho criminal law and state how and why you would change it.

3. Analyze what you think could be improved with the United States’ public service sector and how you would change it. Application is available in the counselor's office. DEADLINE: APRIL 17, 2020


Foundation for Rural Service Scholarships

Fremont Telcom and its parent company, Blackfoot Telecommunications Group, in partnership with The Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) offers an annual college scholarship program to help further higher education among rural youth. FRS awards a one-time $2,500 scholarships to students from rural America for their first year of college, university or vocational-technical school. Each student is sponsored by an NTCA member company. FRS funds $2,000 of each scholarship, and the sponsoring company awards the remaining $500.The FRS College Scholarship Program seeks to encourage students to return to their rural communities upon completing their education.

The Foundation for Rural Service is also proud to announce the creation of four new scholarships funded by Manny and Leo Staurulakis, of JSI, in honor of their parents John and Chresanthe Staurulakis and to celebrate 50 years of service to the rural telephone industry. The FRS Starulakis Family Scholarships will provide four $5,000 awards and will give preference to students with an interest in science, math, medicine, or engineering. Students with a focus in the sciences will be automatically considered for these new Staurulakis Family Scholarships.

In addition, the following scholarships will also be awarded:

two students per year who are customers of any NTCA member company will receive $1,500 TMS scholarships.

One $7,000 Everett Kneece Return to Rural America Scholarship

Application is available in the counseling office and is also available from the FRS website at

DEADLINE: March 6, 2020
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Future Farmers of America Scholarships

You can apply for more than 1,000 scholarships just by filling out one online application! “Scholarships are available to FFA members and non-members. Applications must be electronically submitted by January 15, 2020. To obtain an application, visit

DEADLINE: January 15, 2020
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Gates Millennium Scholars Program

This program is designed to help African American, Hispanic American, Native American and Asian/Pacific Islander American students who show high academic promise and who have significant financial needs. They have now met their goal of selecting 20,000 who will continue to function as Gates Millenium Scholars. The Gates organization suggests the following websites for scholarship information:;,; and

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Dennis and Paul Gifford Scholarship

$1,500 scholarship. This scholarship is given in memory of the Gifford family. The application contains a brief history of the Gifford family farm, and the scholarship application gives North Fremont seniors an opportunity to write a short fiction or non-fiction story on the topic of potatoes. Stories should be typed and should be a maximum of one page. Application is available in the counselor's office. DEADLINE: MAY 1, 2020


Goldmann, Alois & Marie

This scholarship is meant to preserve the memory of Alois and Marie Goldmann and others who died in the Holocaust. For the 2018-2019 academic year, the scholarship amount is approximately $1,000. Seniors only. Criteria: plan to attend institution of higher learning in Idaho immediately following H.S. graduation. The student must prepare an original essay or research paper on a specific aspect of the Holocaust. Applications in counseling office.

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GTMS Scholarship

Seniors only

The Greater Teton Management Society (GTMS) is excited to offer two $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors residing in Southeast Idaho and Western Wyoming. We feel it is an honor to provide financial assistance to seniors who are looking to advance their education beyond high school.

There are two scholarships available. You may apply for both scholarships; however, you are only eligible to receive one scholarship.
Each opportunity requires you to write an essay response to one of the following ethical dilemmas:

1. Real World Dilemma

Read and respond to a case study entitled “Goodhealth Drug Company” (see Mr. Law for a copy).

2. Personal Dilemma

Tell us about a personal experience where you have faced an ethical dilemma. What was the dilemma? What choices did this dilemma require you to choose between? What choice did you make? Why? There is a 1500 word limit and the essay must be typed.

At the top of your essay, use a title to identify which dilemma you are writing about (i.e.‘Personal’ or ’Real World’). DO NOT include your name on your essays; instead, attach your completed essay or essays to the completed and signed Application and Instruction Form and mail to the following address:

The Greater Teton Management Society

C/O Darin Dallimore
444 B Street
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Alternatively, you can submit your essays online at
This Scholarship is not currently offered!




Heidi Armstrong Memorial Scholarship

In memory of Heidi Armstrong, this scholarship has been established for graduates of North Fremont who have participated in one or more team sports during their high school career. The scholarship committee will also consider applicants’ scholastic standing and financial need. This scholarship is available to students planning to attend BYU – Idaho.

Applications available in the counseling office.

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Hispanic Scholarship Fund

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund offers many different scholarships to Hispanic and Latino students. The HSF General College Scholarship application must be completed online; it has a deadline of February 15th. Many other scholarships are also available on the HSF website, with varying application deadlines. The following eligibility requirements (which were taken from the HSF website) apply to most of the scholarships that HSF administers:

Scholarship Eligibility Requirements
Have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent)
Be a U.S. citizen OR legal permanent resident with a valid permanent resident card or passport stamped I-551
Be pursuing or plan to pursue your first undergraduate or graduate degree
Must apply for federal financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Plan to enroll full-time as an undergraduate or graduate student at a U.S. accredited institution in the U.S., Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, or Guam in the upcoming academic year.
Additional restrictions or requirements may apply to specific HSF administered scholarship programs. Please check carefully the program guidelines for each scholarship to which you plan to apply.

For more information and to access the scholarship applications, please go to the following website:




Horatio Alger State and National Scholarship Program

Seniors only. This scholarship specifically assists students who have faced and overcome great obstacles in their lives. Financial need is also strongly considered. You must be committed to pursuing a bachelor’s degree and plan to use that degree in service to others. You must also be a U. S. citizen to apply for this scholarship. Applications are available online at: https://scholars.horatioalger/scholarship/

"Please note: there is only one Horatio Alger Scholarship application. Your application will be submitted to all Horatio Algers scholarships (National/State/Targeted) for which you are eligible."

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Huntsman Scholarship at ISU - $5,000 Award!

Applicant must be admitted to ISU, plan to begin at ISU in the Fall of 2020, must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, demonstrate financial need (submit the FAFSA before the scholarship deadline) and demonstrate leadership, talent and/or academic ability. Applications are available through the Bengal Online Scholarship System (BOSS) available at


For students and parents who are interested in Idaho state University scholarship opportunities but who DO NOT have BOSS log-in capabilities, please visit:

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Idaho Cattle Women Association Scholarships

This scholarship is available to current Idaho Cattle Association members or immediate family members. Applicant can be a college student entering their freshman, sophomore, junior or senior year, majoring in an agriculture-related field of study. Students must be enrolled as a full-time student at a university for the upcoming academic year. Amount awarded up to $1,000. The application is available in the counseling office.




Idaho Community Foundation Scholarships

The Idaho Community Foundation administers over 70 different scholarships, including the Kurt and Genola Kandler Scholarship.

To learn more about these scholarships, their eligibility criteria and deadlines, Click on the following web address, select the "Receive" Tab and then click on "Scholarships".

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Idaho Farm Bureau Scholarships

These Scholarships are available at the state level to graduating seniors whose families are members of the Idaho Farm Bureau. A total of eight scholarships will be awarded in 2020, with four $1,000 scholarships being awarded to students in non-ag related fields of study and four $1,500 scholarships being awarded to students in ag-related fields of study. The application can be accessed online at the Idaho Farm Bureau website at Click on the "Programs" tab, then scroll down to  "Scholarship Program" and click on the "Download Scholarship Application" button. After completing the application, you must print it and attach your high school transcript, a recent photograph, and  three letters of recommendation. You must then mail or hand-deliver your application to the Fremont County Farm Bureau office located at 700 North Bridge Street in Saint Anthony, Idaho by the March 17, 2020 deadline.

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Idaho Federation of Republican Women Scholarship

Scholarship is available to high school seniors who have achieved high academic performance and who are committed to activity in campus Republican organizations and events. Applicants must write a short essay on the topic "Why it is important to be involved in politics." Applications are available online at the following website:




The Fremont County Farm Bureau Federation is also sponsoring a Scholarship entitled the "Farm to Fork" Scholarship.

The application for this scholarship is available in the counseling office. This scholarship is available to anyone choosing to major in an Ag-related field of study.

Recipients of this scholarship are required to answer the following questions as part of the application process:

1. Why is a college or post secondary education important for a career in agriculture?

2.  Is a college degree or post-secondary education necessary if you are coming back home to run the family farm? (Please explain if yes or no).

3. Tell us a little bit about the farm or ranch that you grew up on.

4. In 200 words or less explain your career choice in agriculture and how a degree would help you support your future family and be an advocate for agriculture?

The completed application must be received at the St. Anthony Farm Bureau office located at 700 North Bridge Street on or before April 27, 2020. The Saint Anthony Farm Bureau office closes at 5:00 p.m. on that day, and the scholarship must arrive prior to that time.

DEADLINE: April 27, 2020



Idaho Horse Council Scholarship

$1,500 scholarships. Seniors and students currently in college may apply. Scholarship selection will be based on scholastic aptitude, leadership potential, sportsmanship, and community/civic responsibility. Preference will be given to those applicants who demonstrate involvement with the horse industry in any fashion including 4H programs, Rodeo teams, trail riding, etc. Go to the counseling office for more information and to pick up an application:




Idaho Irrigation Equipment Association

$500 scholarships. Seniors only. Criteria: Career objective (majoring in agriculture/irrigation related) GPA, activities. Applications available online or in the counseling office.

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Idaho School Boards Association

$250 -$500 cash awards. Seniors only. Criteria: child or grandchild of Idaho public school trustee or board member. Must be enrolled in a post-secondary educational institution . Selection based on: academic achievement, citizenship, leadership, extra-curricular activities, goals essay, and three letters of recommendation. Applications in counseling office or online at

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Idaho State Snowmobile Association Scholarship

The Idaho State Snowmobile Association Scholarship Application for the 2019 competition must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2019. No late applications will be accepted.

Eligibility Requirements - Please check each item to ensure that your application is complete.

1. Proof of ISSA affiliation and/or membership.

A. ISSA member's name, address and relationship to you (ISSA membership is required).

B. Eligible contestants may be one of the following: (1) ISSA member in your own name. (2) a dependent child of parent(s) that are ISSA members (3) Living with grandparents that are ISSA Members (4) a foster child under a state approved program living with foster parents who are ISSA members. You must show proper documentation.

2. ALL contestants must be a high school senior in 2018/2019 school year. Include your most recent high school transcripts along with a written statement describing academic and extracurricular activities and achievements.

3. A written statement describing in detail your involvement in snowmobiling related activities.

4. An essay at least two TYPED double spaced pages in length with the following theme:

Essay Topic: With so much new technology in the Snowmobile / Snow Bike / Winter Motorized industry, we are going places we never imagined 50 years ago. Consequently, some are going places they are not supposed to go. We have a trespassing problem i.e. wilderness, wildlife winter range, private and non-motorized areas. Although these are “Rogue Events”, it affects everyone. The end result is “Trail and Area Closures”. That said, even though we were not the offender, we need to come up with and incorporate solutions to the problem at hand.

Essay Challenge: Below is a list of traditional methods that have been used in the past to attempt to solve the problem. Please expound on each one by sharing your thoughts, both the Pros and Cons. Now, share with us some brand new ideas that will help minimize these incursions and keep our trails and areas open for the next generations to come.

1. Through Law Enforcement.

2. Through Self-Policing.

3. Through Education.

4. Through Advertisement.

The application for this scholarship is available in the counseling office or online at


The Western Chapter of Snowmobile Associations Inc. also offers a scholarship in conjunction with the ISSA Scholarship. This scholarship uses the same essay question as the ISSA Scholarship. In addition to the essay, this scholarship requires a cover letter introducing yourself and a resume' detailing your involvement in snowmobiling as well as extra-curricular school activities. It is designed to be submitted along with your ISSA application. You can pick up an application in the counseling office or online at:




IHSAA Interscholastic Star

$2,000 scholarship for yourself, + a $500 for your school!. Juniors only. Criteria: must participate in at least one IHSAA athletic and one non-athletic activity. Must be nominated by school principal. Applications are available online at Click on "Awards and Honors." Applications are also available in the counseling office.

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Intermountain Medical Imaging Scholarship

$1,000 merit based scholarship available to high school seniors who plan to further their education in the medical field. Applicants must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA and submit an original 500 word essay on how they have made a difference in our community and what they hope to accomplish in the world of healthcare. Applications are available online at the following website:




International Air Academy

Various amounts. Senior only. For students interested in travel careers. Applications online




Island Park Friends of the Library Scholarship

This $500 scholarship recognizes and assists graduating seniors from North Fremont who live in Island Park. Applicant’s GPA and school and community involvement will be considered. Applications are available in the counseling office or at the Island Park Library.

DEADLINE: This scholarship is not currently available




J. Lloyd McCord Memorial Scholarship.

Seniors only. Criteria: Career objective (preference given to a student majoring in agriculture) GPA, extra- curricular activities. Applications available in the counseling office as well as on the “I” drive.




Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship

Four year scholarships of up to $7,500 per year. Criteria: The applicant must be a graduating, minority high school senior who plans to earn a four year college degree. Applicant must show leadership potential, demonstrate a dedication to community service, present evidence of financial need, be a U.S. citizen, and have a minimum score of 1,000 combined on the math and reading sections of the SAT test or a composite score of at least 21 on the ACT test. You will need to have a copy of your SAT or ACT scores and your latest high school transcript in order to complete the questions on the online application. The application must be completed online and is available at the following website: Click on the “Apply” tab at the top of the page.

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Jiffy Lube

$500 scholarship. Seniors only. Criteria: minimum 3.0 GPA, must plan to attend school of choice full time. Applications in counseling office.
No Longer Available



Julia Marie Partridge Scholarship

Varying amounts. Seniors only. Criteria: must attend University of Idaho. Must be active participant in one of the following: race walking, non-traditional endurance sport, cross- country skiing, etc. Additional info. in counseling office.




Julie Atchley Memorial Scholarship

2 $1,000 Scholarships for graduating seniors!

Julie Atchley was born and raised in Ashton. She was a delightful student who was involved in many activities and was the North Fremont student body president her senior year. She was tragically killed in an auto accident several years after graduating, and these scholarships are in her memory. The students who are selected for these awards must have a 4-year cumulative GPA of between 2.0 and 3.2. Students may apply for these scholarships by submitting a short essay (approximately 250 words) describing themselves, how they chose their school for advanced study, and their preferred field of study. Applications must be submitted by April 1, 2020 to Mrs. Judy Heinz, P.O. Box 717, Ashton, Idaho 83420 or you may turn in your essay to the counseling office by the deadline.





Kurt and Genola Kandler Scholarship

The Kurt and Genola Kandler Scholarship is available to graduates of North Fremont starting with the graduating class of 2014! Recipients of this scholarship must plan to enroll as a full-time student in an accredited public or private junior college, college, university, vocational or technical school. The applicant must also demonstrate academic merit and ability and have a strong desire to further their education; They must possess good work and study habits. The student's financial need combined with their willingness to work to cover tuition costs will also be taken into account, as will the social and public benefits of the student's intended course of study. Whether or not the student plans to return to Ashton after graduation will also be considered. The following requirements are part of the application process:

Fill out the application. (Available in the North Fremont counseling office).

Write a 300 word essay expressing the applicant's educational career goals and objectives.

Provide a copy of the applicant's most recent North Fremont High School transcript.

Submit a current resume'.

Submit two letters of recommendation. They may not be from a relative or a North Fremont staff member. Provide the name of a North Fremont High School teacher who has agreed to act as a reference.

Turn in a copy of the Free Application for Federal Student Aide (FAFSA) Report and/or

Write a brief statement explaining your family's current socio-economic and financial situation, including the number of siblings, number of siblings currently in college, and any other pertinent financial information that you believe qualify you to receive this scholarship.

The application, which is available in the North Fremont counseling office, includes a very informative section of frequently asked questions regarding this scholarship. The scholarship application is also available below: The forms work best if opened in Microsoft Word.

Click Here to download the scholarship application. (This is for First Time Applicants). Deadline: May 6th.

Click Here to download the Initial Dispersal Form. (This form is for the student to claim the scholarship for the first time and have it sent to the school of their choice; or if you need to have the payment deferred). * Proof that you are enrolled full time (at least 12 credits) for the upcoming year at your chosen institution.  An enrollment verification form needs to show the upcoming semester -- not the past year!  Acceptance letters showing that you have been accepted to your institution Do Not count as enrollment verification forms. We need to see that you are actually enrolled in classes, not just accepted to that institution.

Click Here to download the Renewal application. (This is for student that have already been awarded the scholarship. A full year's transcript from the post secondary school you attended is required). Deadline: June 1.

All scholarship forms need to be mailed to North Fremont High School or hand delivered to the main office.  Please do NOT email your application.

North Fremont High School
Attn: Kandler Scholarship
3581 E. 1300 N.
Ashton, ID 83420

Kandler Renewal forms need to include 3 items:

1. Renewal application with the correct mailing address for the institution's financial aid office and your student ID number.

2. A copy of your full transcripts-- you may not renew your Kandler scholarship until you have completed one full year (2 semesters/tracks) since your last Kandler  disbursement of funds.

3. Proof that you are enrolled full time (at least 12 credits) for the upcoming year at your chosen institution.  An enrollment verification form needs to show the upcoming semester -- not the past year!  Acceptance letters showing that you have been accepted to your institution Do Not count as enrollment verification forms. We need to see that you are actually enrolled in classes, not just accepted to that institution.

Click Here to download the frequently asked questions.

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Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority Scholarship of the Delta Eta Chapter at the University of Idaho

Established as the First Latina Sorority in 1975, Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. has paved the way and set the foundation for culture, tradition and sisterhood. Founded as an academic organization that caters towards the needs of all women, Lambda Theta Alpha emphasizes scholarly excellence, empowerment of the Universal Woman and promoting Latino unity through charitable and educational programs. Lambda Theta Alpha has developed a high level of dedication to participating and engaging in many community service, social, political and cultural awareness programs. Applicant must meet the following basic criteria:
- 3.0 GPA or higher
- Female
- Idaho High School Senior
- First Generation College Student Applications are available in the counseling office.




Lisa Miller Never Give Up Scholarship

The family and friends of Lisa Miller will award 1 $250 scholarship to a North Fremont graduating senior who Never Gives Up. This characteristic may be displayed in athletics, in academics, or in the personal life of the scholarship recipient. In order to identify the graduating senior who best exemplifies this determination to Never Give Up, the scholarship committee is asking for nominations. Anyone interested in nominating a member of the North Fremont graduating class should pick up a nomination form from the counseling office at North Fremont High School. The form must be completed by someone other than the graduate, and it should contain examples of how the person being nominated has faced challenges in life without giving up. Completed nomination forms must be submitted to the guidance counselor of North Fremont on or before March 15, 2019. This is a great opportunity to recognize one of our courageous graduates as well as remembering Lisa Miller, who was an inspiration, because She Never Gave Up!

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Loosli, Stan and Kate

$1,000 Scholarships for Seniors only. One Scholarship is given to the male student with the highest GPA and to the female student with the highest GPA of the North Fremont graduating class who are attending BYU – Idaho.



Lynn Loosli Memorial Scholarship

$200 scholarship sponsored by Ron’s Tire Factory in Rigby, Idaho. This scholarship will be given to a North Fremont graduate showing agricultural skills and community service.
See your counselor for more details.




Madison Memorial Hospital Foundation Scholarship

Graduating Seniors Only
"Each year the Madison Memorial Hospital Foundation awards approximately
$3,000 in scholarships to be distributed to area high school students at
Madison, Sugar-Salem, Rigby, North Fremont and South Fremont. Each
school is awarded one $500 scholarship to be given to a selected student
wishing to pursue a healthcare profession (medical, dental, physical therapy,
optometry, nursing, dental hygiene, etc.). These scholarships have been
made possible through gifts and donations to the Hospital Foundation. We
are committed to encouraging students to continue their education and gain
a deeper understanding that learning is a never ending process."

Students who wish to apply can fill out an application online at:



McGregor "Standing Tall for Northwest Agriculture" Scholarship

The McGregor "Standing Tall for Northwest Agriculture" scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship for graduating high school seniors who will be entering college in an agricultural field of study.

Applicant must do the following to be considered for this scholarship:

Fill out the application, which is available online at:

Submit an official high school transcript.

Provide two letters of reference.

Submit a single-page essay (typed, not to exceed 600 words) about the topic outlined below:

With a growing population and total farmland decreasing, what measures do you think the agriculture industry should take to ensure increased food production and availability?




McKelvey Foundation Scholarships

$40,000 scholarship available to a graduating senior who has owned and operated a business for at least a year and has at least one paid employee. Applications are available on-line at
No Longer Available



Montana Electric Cooperative Association (MECA) Scholarships

$500 Scholarships are available!

This scholarship is for high school seniors whose parents or guardians are members of Fall River Electric Cooperative. If your family receives electricity from Fall River, you should apply! You can pick up an application from the school counselor or at Fall River Electric. You can also find the application (as well as additional information) online at the MECA website:





NASA (Idaho Space Consortium)

$1,000/academic school year. Seniors only. Criteria: must plan to obtain higher education in Idaho. Minimum 3.0 GPA, major in science, math, engineering, or computer science. Application is available online at:




NESA (National Eagle Scout Association) Scholarships.

These scholarships, which vary in size from $1,000 to $50,000, may only be used at accredited vocation trade schools as well as four-year colleges and universities. You must be a NESA member in order to apply, however you may apply as long as you become a NESA member by the scholarship deadline. Applications may be downloaded from the NESA website at:




NFIB (Young Entrepreneur Awards)

$1,000 scholarship. Seniors only. Criteria: entering 2 – 4 year college, university or vocational institute. Must be nominated by a dues-paying NFIB member, meet or exceed academic requirements. Online at: entrepreneur-awards




North Fremont Class of 1999 Scholarship

This scholarship is available to graduating seniors of North Fremont. The application and instructions for applying for this scholarship are on the “I” Drive under “Mr. Law” in a folder entitled “Class of 1999 Memorial Scholarship.”

Students must fill out the application, write a short essay, and e-mail the application saved as Microsoft Word Documents to the following e-mail address: [email protected].

DEADLINE:  Not Currently Offered



Northwest Farm Credit Services Scholarships

There are three different scholarship programs administered by Northwest Farm Credit Services. The first one is for graduating seniors and the next two are available to you after you begin attending college. Please read the following descriptions to learn more about each scholarship:

The Customer Scholarships are $2,000 scholarships available to seniors whose parents are customers of the Farm Credit Services organization. This scholarship is also available to students whose parents work for a farmer who is a customer of Farm Credit Services. Any career or major is eligible for college applicants. Scholarship winners will be selected based on school and community involvement, scholastic performance, educational goals, and financial needs.

Minority Scholarships who are attending an accredited four-year university and are members of one of the following ethnic minority groups: African American or Black, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, or Pacific Islander. Four $2,000 scholarships will be awarded based on the following criteria:

Be attending an accredited four-year university located in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska or Utah.

Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident of the United States.

Be of sophomore standing or higher, and enrolled full time (12 or more credits).

Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

Be pursuing a degree in one of the following areas of study: Business, Accounting/Finance, Agricultural Business/Finance or Economics.

The Land Grant Scholarships are for full-time undergraduate college students who are seeking degrees in Agribusiness Management, Agriculture Economics, Agriculture Business/Finance or a related field of study at designated land grant universities. Eight $2,000 scholarships will be awarded to university students currently attending the following universities:

University of Idaho

Washington State University

Montana state University

Oregon State University

In addition to these criteria, the student must also:

Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident of the United States.

Be of sophomore standing or higher, and enrolled full time (12 or more credits).

Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

Applications and information for each of these scholarships are available at the Rexburg Farm Credit Services Office located at 217 North 2nd East., or online at

To access these scholarships, please go to , click on the “Stewardship/Outreach” tab, select "Youth" and then select the appropriate scholarship.

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Prudential Spirit of Community Awards

$1,000 scholarship, engraved medallion and trip to Washington D.C. Students grades 5 – 12 who have documented and demonstrated exemplary community service are encouraged to apply. Applications in counseling office and online at

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Ruth Jenkins Memorial Scholarship

$1,000 scholarship, seniors only, for students planning to become educators. Application includes 2 letters of recommendation from faculty, Principal or community members. Applications are available from the counselor and on the “I” drive under Mr. Law in the local scholarships folder.





SAE Engineering Scholarships

Society of Automotive Engineers $1,000 - $10,000 scholarships. Seniors only. Criteria: intend to major in engineering or related science. Applications online at:




Sherri Lynn Crumley Memorial Scholarship

This $1,000 scholarship is in memory of Sherri Lynn Crumley and will be awarded to a music student from Eastern Idaho planning to enroll at the University of Idaho with the purpose of obtaining a degree from the School of Music or Music Education. The award will be based on (1) Academic Accomplishments, (2) Financial Need, (3) Musical Accomplishments, (4) Musical Goals, (5) Overall Participation in School Activities, and (6) Community Service. Applications are available in the counseling office.

Deadline: May 1, 2020



Simplot Western Stockmen's and Livestock Scholarships

These scholarships are available to current Idaho Cattle Association members and immediate family members. Applicant must be a college student entering their sophomore, junior or senior year, or a graduate level student and enrolled full-time at a community college or university in Idaho for the coming academic year. A major or minor in an ag-related field is also required. The applications are available in the counseling office.




Society of Women Engineers Scholarship Southwest Idaho Section

Seniors only. Criteria: Write a 500 – 1,000 word essay outlining your desire to enter an engineering or engineering-related field of study. You must also include your official high school transcripts, ACT or SAT scores, a list of academic awards or honors received and an outline of your extracurricular activities. One of your math or science teachers must also complete a reference form as part of your application. Applications are available online at:

DEADLINE: May 1, 2020



State of Idaho Scholarships:

Idaho Governor’s Cup – Scholarship

$3,000/year renewable up to 4 years. Seniors only. Criteria: Enroll as a full-time student in an academic or technical program at an Idaho college or university (and take the ACT or SAT if enrolling in an academic program.) Minimum 2.8 cum GPA. Applicant must demonstrate their commitment to public service by completing the on-line application, submitting 2 letters of recommendation, and by writing a 500 word essay. Applications online at:





Armed Forces / Public Safety Officer Scholarship

This scholarship provides a waiver of fees plus up to $500 per semester for books in addition to on-campus housing and subsistence to: The spouse or children of Idaho citizens determined by the federal government to have been prisoners of war, missing in action or killed in action or died of injuries or wounds sustained in any area of armed conflict in which the United States is a party; OR Any spouse or child of a full-time or part-time public safety officer (peace officer or firefighter, paramedic or EMT), employed by or volunteering for the state of Idaho or for a political subdivision of the state of Idaho, which public safety officer is or was a resident of the state of Idaho at the time such officer was killed or totally and permanently disabled in the line of duty as determined by the United States social security administration. The death or disability shall have occurred on or after January 1, 1975. If you feel you qualify under these guidelines, please contact the State of Idaho Board of Education office at (208) 334 - 2270.

Apply online at the following website:



Idaho Opportunity Scholarship

The recipient of this scholarship must be an Idaho resident, they must apply for federal financial aid and accept all federal grant aid that is available and must enroll as a full-time undergraduate student at an accredited Idaho college or university. You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the online Idaho Opportunity Scholarship Application by March 1st, 2020.

Apply online at the following




Syngenta Potato Scholarship

Syngenta is offering a $5,000 scholarship to a 4-H or FFA member who is active (or has an interest) in agriculture. The student does not have to be from a potato producing background. The scholarship is limited to students in the top eight potato producing states (Idaho is one of course). The scholarship is for graduating seniors as well as college freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Visit for the application.
Not Currently Offered



Target All Around Scholarship

$1,000 - $10,000 scholarship. Senior only. Criteria: minimum 2.0 OGA, community and volunteer activities. Essay required. More info. available online at: go to community link, then to education link, then to All Around Scholarships.



Targhee Ridgerunners Snowmobile Club Scholarship

$250 Scholarships available to graduating seniors from North Fremont. Applicant must submit an essay on the topic of promoting snowmobiling now and in the future, and it’s value to our community.

Application available in the counseling office. DEADLINE: ???


Targhee Women’s Club Scholarship

$1,000 Scholarship. This scholarship is available to graduating seniors who are residents of Island Park. Students may use this scholarship to fund technical school training as well as college studies. The applicant’s financial need, GPA, leadership, goals and extra-curricular activities will be considered. Applications are available in the counseling office and also at the Island Park Library.

Not Currently Offered


Teton Regional Land Trust Scholarship Michael B. Whitfield Scholarship

The Teton Regional Land Trust has created a $1,000 scholarship in honor of Michael B. Whitfield, who helped found the organization and served as its Executive Director for 18 years. Students interested in this scholarship must pursue a major course of study in environmental science, biology, ecology, environmental planning or policy, agriculture, or a related field. This scholarship may be used to fund technical school training as well as college studies. The applicant must write an essay explaining their philosophy regarding environmental issues.

See Mr. Law for an application or contact Kate Salomon at [email protected] for more information. Mail or email your application to: Kate Salomon, Teton Regional Land Trust, P.O. Box 247, Driggs, Idaho 83422.
To learn more about the Teton Regional Land Trust, please visit their website.

DEADLINE: April 3, 2020
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Teton West Construction Scholarship

Consideration for this scholarship is given to high school seniors from agriculture-related families of the Upper Snake River Valley. The selection committee considers the applicant’s scholastic standing and financial need with emphasis on financial need. The student cannot be the recipient of another scholarship. Student must attend BYU-Idaho.

Students who are accepted to BYU Idaho will be automatically considered for this scholarship.


Trenna Atchley Neubauer Scholarships

This scholarship is available to seniors only; scholarship amount varies. Local scholarship is awarded through Ashton United Methodist Church. Applications are available at the Methodist Church.



The University of Idaho also awards scholarships in Memory of Trenna Atchley Neubauer

Students from North Fremont who apply to the U of I by the February 15 admissions deadline are automatically considered.


United States JCI Senate Scholarship

$1,000 scholarship, seniors only, Key criteria for this scholarship are strong community involvement and good grades. Application in counseling office or online at


Upstander C.A.R.E. Awards

$500 cash prize for taking action to create positive change in their communities. The award is open to Idaho youth ages 13 - 18. Upstanders recognize a wrong and take action to make it right. Emphasis will be given to accomplishments that exhibit sustainable acts of compassion acceptance respect and empathy toward others.

Applications are available online at:




Valley Wide Cooperative Scholarship

$2,000 Scholarship available to seniors in memory of Eric Beck. Parents or grandparents of the applicant must be members of Valley Wide Cooperative. Applications are available from any Valley Wide location and also in the counseling office, but the preferred means of applying for this scholarship is through the Valley Wide website, which is



Vivint Smart Home Scholarship

Open to high school seniors or college students who are legal residents of the United States.

Apply online at:

Applicants required to submit a video as part of the application process (see “Make A Video” tab for details)
Your video must creatively respond to the following prompt:
“Home means something different to everyone. It can be a place, a hobby, a feeling, a state of mind, etc. Where are all the places you feel at home and why?”
Video entries must be 1-2 minutes in length and, if shot using a smartphone, should be in landscape (not portrait) mode.
Make it memorable and be CREATIVE! Create a skit, animation, game or talk show, a DIY or any other original content.
To be considered fully eligible, submissions must meet the following criteria:
Videos must be original and not taken from any other sources.




The Walmart Dependent Scholarship

$13,000 Scholarship paid out over four years. Available to Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club dependents of associates who are graduating seniors with a minimum 2.0 GPA, and a demonstrated financial need.

APPLICATION PERIOD: February 1 - April 2, 2020

The Walmart Associate Scholarship
Provides college scholarships to Walmart and Sam’s Club associates based on demonstrated financial need and community involvement.

APPLICATION PERIOD: February 1 - February 28, 2020

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High School Heisman Award

Seniors only. Criteria: Male and female student athletes who exhibit excellence in the classroom, on the playing field, and within their communities. The applicant must have a cumulative high school grade point average (GPA) of a “B” (3.0) or better and also participate in at least one of 27 eligible school-sponsored sports.

Each student applicant must have their online application reviewed and confirmed by a school representative. Mr. Law is the school contact person. You will need his e-mail address, which is [email protected] to arrange the online confirmation of your application. 


Apply online at:
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Westmark Credit Union Scholarships

Seniors only. 10 $1,000 scholarships will be awarded. Criteria: Applicant must be a member of the Westmark Credit Union, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5, and plan to attend a “State Accredited or Licensed Post Secondary School (not exclusively Idaho, but any state.) The scholarship must be used in the Summer or Fall of 2020. Applications are available in the counseling office, and are also available online at the Westmark webpage at

DEADLINE: Must be received by Westmark Credit Union by MARCH 27, 2020 deadline!!!


Wild Turkey Federation National Academic Scholarships.

Local scholarship is $500,state level scholarship is $1,000, national level scholarship winner will receive $10,000! Seniors only. Criteria: Become a member of the National Wild Turkey Federation, active hunter (must have a current hunting license) involved in school activities, and demonstrate community leadership and involvement. Applicant must submit an essay exhibiting dedication to conservation and must also submit three letters of recommendation. Applications are available in the counseling office.



Winfield Solutions Scholarship

Description: “$1,000 scholarship awarded to high school seniors or college students in their first or second year of pursuing a two- or four-year degree; based on scholastic achievement,

leadership in agriculture and a perceived ability to contribute to agriculture in the future.”

Eligibility: “Students pursuing two- or four-year degrees in agronomy, crop production or closely related fields.

The scholarship is available only to graduating high school seniors, or to college students in their first or second year of pursuing a two- or four-year degree.

 Applications available in the counseling office.

DEADLINE: FEBRUARY, 2019 (Tentative).



YoungArts Awards Program

Description: The YoungArts Awards Program has over 600 winners each year and awards $500,000 with awards of up to $10,000 each, and is the exclusive means whereby a high school student can be nominated as a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Winners may also attend regional week-long intensive workshops in Miami, Florida, New York City, New York, and Los Angeles, California, where they are taught by world-renowned artists and also have an opportunity to perform and/or exhibit their talent.

Eligibility: Students in grades 10 – 12 may apply if they show incredible talent in any of the following disciplines:

-Cinematic Arts
-Visual Arts

Applications are available at:
YoungArts staff are also available to answer questions at 800–970–2787 and via e-mail at: [email protected]
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ZipRecruiter Scholarship

ZipRecruiter is offering a  $3,000 scholarship to the senior who submits the best template for a job interview follow-up email. This is a great opportunity to be creative and design something that you can really use. More information is available at:



Need Money For Dual Credit Classes?

Check Out: Advanced Opportunities