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Seniors, scholarships are an important part of your college planning. Be sure to pick up applications for all the scholarships that you are eligible to get. Keep checking this page and the bulletin board outside the guidance office and in the library for information about available scholarships. Make a list of the scholarships that pertain to your field of study or that you are eligible for. Make sure that you fill all applications in completely and that everything you need for them is attached. Be sure to read all instructions before returning completed applications. Some applications need to be submitted directly to the organization offering the scholarship and some may be turned in to the guidance office.

Winner High School would like parents and students to know that legitimate companies never guarantee scholarships and that financial aid help and information is available free. For free financial aid help contact: Your high school counselor, or any college financial aid office. Please think seriously before spending any amount of money for financial aid help. This is money that could be used to help pay for college tuition, books, or living expenses. If you need help determining the legitimacy of a mailing you have received, contact your high school counselor.

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CHARLES HELLMANN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR FUTURE EDUCATORS: This scholarship is in honor of the teachers who strongly influenced the life of Charles Hellmann and will be used to support future educators in South Dakota. A $1,000 scholarship will be presented to any qualifying Winner High School student who is in the top half of their graduating class and is interested in becoming an educator in any area. Applications must include a copy of official high school transcript and resume. Return all application documents to the high school guidance office. To complete the fillable PDF click on the blue highlighted link at the top of this page. Application deadline is - April 1st of the graduation year.

FIRST FIDELITY BANK SCHOLARSHIP: A minimum of two $500 scholarships will be awarded to two high school seniors for each First Fidelity community. Eligible students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and plan to attend a South Dakota Institution of higher learning. Selections will be based upon academics, extracurricular involvement and need. Scholarships will be paid at the beginning of the 2nd semester. Please complete application and you must include a copy of official high school transcript including ACT score along with a resume. Please return all application documents to your high school guidance office. To complete the fillable PDF application click on the blue highlighted link at the top of this page. Application deadline is - April 15th of graduation year.

HAROLD E. SMITH SCHOLARSHIP: A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a Winner High School Senior planning to obtain a degree from a South Dakota School of higher education. Preference will be given to, but not restricted, to a student showing strong aptitude for English, including drama and/or oral interpretation. Applicant must have obtained a suitable academic achievement. Please complete application and attach a copy of official high school transcript and resume. Please return all documents to your high school guidance office. To complete a fillable PDF application click on the blue highlighted link at the top of this page. Application deadline is -April 1st of graduation year.

RAY NEYENS SR AND GRACE NEYENS FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP: A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a Tripp County High School graduate planning to attend a south Dakota School of Higher education (to include industrial, technical and four-year accredited universities). Applicant should be respectful, of good character, strong in citizenship and community activities and have obtained suitable academic achievement. Applicants are required to attach a resume with your application and return to the guidance office. To complete the fillable PDF application click on the blue highlighted link at the top of this page. Application deadline is - April 15th of graduation year). A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required.

DON & FERN JORGENSEN SCHOLARSHIP: A $750 scholarship will be awarded to a qualifying Winner High School Senior. Applicant must plan to attend a South Dakota School of higher education (includes industrial, technical or a four-year accredited university). A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required. Please complete application and you must include a copy of official high school transcript including ACT score along with a resume. Please return all you application documents to your high school guidance office. To complete the fillable PDF application click on the blue highlighted link at the top of this page. Application deadline is - April 1st of the graduation year.

JAMES & LAWRENCE NEYENS SCHOLARSHIP: 2 - $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to two Tripp County High School graduate planning to attend any school of higher education (to include industrial, technical, and four-year accredited universities in or out of state). Applicant should be respectful, of good character, strong in citizenship and community activities, participated in extracurricular activities, and have obtained suitable academic achievement. Application must include your official high school transcript including ACT and resume. Return all completed application documents to your high school guidance office. To complete a fillable PDF application please click on the blue highlighted link at the top of this page. Application deadline is - April 15th of graduation year.

ANTES FAMILY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: 
A $500 scholarship will be presented to a qualifying Winner High School Senior who plans to pursue a career in agriculture.  Applicant must plan to attend a South Dakota School of higher education )includes industrial, technical or four-year accredited university).  Applicant must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.  Fillable applications are available by clicking the blue highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is April 1st of graduation year.

WINNER ROTARY CLUB & GEORGE AND JACK BAILEY FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP: Two $500 scholarships will be presented to qualifying Winner High School seniors. Selections will be based upon academics, extracurricular involvement and need. Complete application and attach a copy of your official transcript and resume to be turned in to the guidance office. To complete a fillable PDF application click on the blue highlighted link at the top of this page. Application deadline is - April 15 of graduation year.

iHELP - REUNION STUDENT LOAN FINANCE CORPORATION:  
  RSFLC is pleased to announce the availability of FIVE scholarships for  South Dakota high school seniors.  These $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to South Dakota high school seniors attending a college, university or technical institute for the 2019/2020 academic year.  Every scholarship application will be automatically entered into a drawing for a free iPad.   The student is responsible for submitting scholarships to RSLFC.  Winners will be chosen at random.  E-mail  completed application to or mail to iHELP Scholarship, Reunion Student Loan Finance Corporation, 105 1st Ave, Aberdeen, SD 57401-4104.  Postmark deadline is March 31, 2019.

TRIPP COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP:   
A $300 scholarship will be presented to a qualifying Tripp County senior.  Eligible applicants must be planning to attend a South Dakota School of higher education (to include industrial, technical or four year accredited colleges and universities).  A minimum GPA of 2.5 is also required.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 1st returned to Tripp County Historical Society, PO Box 287, Winner, SD 57580.

TRIPP COUNTY WATER USER DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIP -LAWRENCE WAGNER SCHOLARSHIP: 
Successful applicant will receive a $1,000 scholarship.  The scholarship will be awarded during the first year at the beginning of second semester to the applicants institution of choice.  Applicant must be a child of a member of Tripp County Water User District or a resident in one of TCWUD participating communities.  The applicant must attend a South Dakota Post Secondary educational facility and have a grade point average of 2.8 or higher.  Please compose a typed 250-500 word essay on what rural water has done for you or your community (title is of your choosing) and submit with a completed application.  To complete a fillable PDF application click on the highlighted link at the top of this page or forms can be found and printed out on the TCWUD website: trippcountywater.com (http://trippcountywater.com).  Application deadline is April 1 by 4:30 p.m.  Please send application to Tripp County Water User District, 1052 West 1st Street, Winner, SD 57580.

TRIPP COUNTY WATER USER DISTRICT - MARTIN & MARY JORGENSEN SCHOLARSHIP:   
Successful applicant will receive a $1,000 scholarship.  The scholarship will be awarded during the first year at the beginning of second semester to the applicants institution of choice.  Applicant must be a child of a member of Tripp County Water User District or a resident in one of TCWUD participating communities.  The applicant must attend a South Dakota Post Secondary educational facility and have a grade point average of 2.8 or higher.  Please compose a typed 250-500 word essay on what rural water has done for you or your community (title is of your choosing) and submit with a completed application.  To complete a fillable PDF application click on the highlighted link at the top of this page or forms can be found and printed out on the TCWUD website: trippcountywater.com (http://trippcountywater.com).  Application deadline is April 1 by 4:30 p.m.  Please send application to Tripp County Water User District, 1052 West 1st Street, Winner, SD 57580.

MARY STILL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP:  
Still will be a stranger to most of the students who are awarded this scholarship. Perhaps this short description will help you know and appreciate her. For almost 30 years Mary had a beauty salon in the basement of her modest home on Main Street. At the age of 85 she was still doing hair at the Winner Regional Long-Term Care Center for what she referred to as “the old people”. School and education were important to her. She liked to see people succeed in their education. For many years she was the only member of the class of 1930 that came to roll call at the Winner High School Homecoming Coronation. This scholarship is a gift from her. In July of 2017 Mary died at the age of 106. She outlived all her siblings, their spouses, and her friends whose hair she had done. The fact that this woman who owned her own beauty salon in Winner for many years was able to leave a gift of this magnitude is remarkable and inspirational. This gift she will not only help recipients further their education but will leave a legacy of what hard work and commitment can accomplish.
A minimum of - $1,000 scholarship(s) will be awarded to a Winner High School student who plans to attend a school of higher education (to include industrial, technical, and four-year accredited universities). Applicants should be students who are interested in furthering their education in any field of their choice.  To complete a fillable PDF application click on the highlighted link at the top of this page. Application deadline is - April 1 of graduation year.

GORDON K. HORGEN MEMORIAL SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP:  
This scholarship is meant to honor the legacy of scientific education brought to students of Winner High School by Gordon Horgen during his 41-year career as an educator and mentor in the various sciences. Gordon taught at Winner High School from 1961-2002. He was an outstanding chemistry and physics teacher and was easily recognized wearing his trademark white lab coat. Mr. Horgen was also the first computer teacher at WHS. In 1971, Gordon was named the SD Outstanding Young Educator and in 1987 he was presented the SD Outstanding Physical Science Teacher Award by the SD Academy of Science. Mr. Horgen was described as the consummate teacher, always looking for a way to reach students and to help them find success.  A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a qualifying Winner High School student who plans to attend a school of higher education (to include industrial, technical, and four-year accredited universities) and will be pursuing a college degree in a scientific or mathematical field including anyone planning to become a science or math teacher. The scholarship will be paid to the registrar of the college or university at the beginning of the second semester of education. Please return your completed application, an official copy of your high school transcript, resume, and two sealed letters of recommendation from teachers, one of whom is a science or math instructor, to your high school guidance counselor.To complete a fillable PDF application click on the highlighted link at the top of this page  . APPLICATION DEADLINE IS APRIL 1ST OF GRADUATION YEAR.


SOUTH DAKOTA STATE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION SCHOLARSHIP FOR MILITARY DESCENDANTS:    The South Dakota State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution offers this annual $500 scholarship to direct descendants of United States Military Veterans.  Any high school senior or student receiving an accredited high school diploma or GED, who plans to attend an institution of higher learning, is a resident of South Dakota and is the direct descendant of a United States Military Veteran is eligible.  This includes legally adopted descendants.  The term "Veteran" refers to former and current members of the United States Armed Forces, including members of the national Guard.  A copy of the qualifying military member's service record (e.g. DD-214, Points Statement).  See the application instruction sheet by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - February 15, 2018 mailed to Carol Glass, Daniel Newcomb Chapter, 322 South Norbeck Street, Vermillion, SD 57069. 

NATIONAL RURAL LETTER CARRIER ASSOCIATION AUXILIARY SPONSORED SCHOLARSHIPS:   
The following are scholarships sponsored by the NRLCA Auxiliary.   Applicants must be children and/or grandchildren of National Rural Letter Carrier who is a member in good standing of the NRLCA and whose spouse is a member of the NRLCA Auxiliary.   Applications are available in the Guidance Office. Please stop in if you would like an application or more information.  
Smith Family Scholarship
The PNO Scholarship
The Marie V. Mutchmore Scholarship
Clara Gardner-Burch Scholarship
The Ian M. Etheridge Scholarship
NRLCA Auxiliary Discovery Scholarship
The Delbert "Lucky" Clark Memorial Scholarship
National General Insurance Scholarship
All deadlines are March 1, 2019.


SOUTH DAKOTA ENGINEERING SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP:     The Central Chapter of SDES offers two $800 scholarship awards to local students.  Seniors are eligible for students who are interested in becoming an engineer and will be attending a South Dakota Engineering college next year.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of t his page.  Application deadline is April 1, 2019 returned to Laurie Schultz, PE, Central Chapter Scholarship Chairperson, 804 Bridgeview, Pierre, SD 57501.  

B. DAVIS SCHOLARSHIP:   This $1,000 scholarship is available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in aB post secondary institution.  There is no age restriction.  You must include your name and the school you are attending this year and next.  This is not an academic scholarship but we would like to know where you are going to school now and what your future plans are.  Please do not send transcripts or letters of recommendation at this time.  Apply by visiting this website:   http://www.studentawardsearch.com/scholarships.htm: ;  Application deadline is May 24, 2019.

CHERRY-TODD ELECTRIC/BASIN ELECTRIC POWER COOPERATIVE, INC. SCHOLARSHIP:   
Cherry -Todd Electric is offering, with the help of our associates, over $2,000 in scholarships to High School Seniors that are dependent children (including adopted or step-children) of Cherry-Todd Electric Cooperative members.  To be eligible, you must be enrolled or planning to enroll, in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited, two-year or four-year college, university or vocational/technical school in the Fall of 2019.  Cherry-Todd Electric will also be sending a Senior to attend the National Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in Washington,DC from our scholarship applicants.  There you will join as many as 1,500 other students to learn about our nation, develop leadership skills, gain a better understanding of electric cooperatives, and make new friends from across the nation.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page..  Application deadline is - February 15, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF SOUTH DAKOTA $500 LEO CRAWFORD SCHOLARSHIP:    This scholarship is available to South Dakota seniors who have had Junior Achievement at some point in their K-12 education (including the high school JA Ethics program).  Applications are available online at https://www.juniorachievement.org/web/ja-southdakota/scholarship  ;Application deadline is - March 1st.

DAVID L. PROFILET SCHOLARSHIP:      Winners of this award must graduates be graduates of a South Dakota high school who plan to attend Augustana University in Sioux Falls.  Additionally, successful candidates will have a GPA of 3.0 or higher:  demonstrate financial need: and show character traits such as courage, determination, and an ability to overcome adversity.
Applications may be obtained by visiting www.sfacf.org  ;Application deadline is - April 1st.

FRED & MARIE CHRISTOPHERSON SCHOLARSHIP:   
Applicants who plan to attend a four-year college or university in South Dakota, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.9 after seven semesters, and have a minimum ACT score of 28 are eligible for this award.  It is available to seniors graduation from South Dakota high schools.  Applications may be obtained by visiting www.sfacf.org  ;Application deadline is - March 15th.

JOE FOSS "AN AMERICAN HERO SCHOLARSHIP:   
To be eligible for this award, applicants must plan to attend an accredited college or university or vocational or technical school; have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better and a minimum ACT score of 21;  and demonstrate characteristics of an American patriot.  Available to seniors graduating from South Dakota high schools.  Applications may be obtained by visiting www.sfacf.org ;  Application deadline is - March 15th.

KIMBERLY ROSE MEANS - NATIVE AMERICAN COUNCIL OF TRIBES SCHOLARSHIP:   
This scholarship benefits graduating high school seniors who are enrolled members of a South Dakota Native American tribe or South Dakota tribal members who are returning to school after an absence.  Applicants must plan to attend an accredited college, university, or vocational school; have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher; have participated in school and community activities (only applies to high school seniors); and have the desire and ability to accomplish his or her goals.  Applications may be obtained by visiting www.sfacf.org  ;Application deadline is - March 15th.   

OSMANN FAMILY NATIVE AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIP:  
 This scholarship benefits graduating South Dakota high school seniors who are enrolled members o a Native American tribe.  Applicants must plan to attend a college in the South Dakota university system or a vocational or technical school in Sioux Falls, Watertown, Mitchell or Rapid City and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher after seven semesters o high school.  Applicants must also have the desire and ability to succeed in further academic study and have participated in extra-curricular or community activities.  Applications may be obtained by visiting www.sfacf.org ;  Application deadline is - March 15th.

BUILD DAKOTA SCHOLARSHIP:   
This full-ride scholarship support tuition, fees, books, and other required program expenses in the eligible technical institute programs.  Both in-state and out-of-state students are eligible for the scholarships.  Recipients of the scholarships will commit to living and working in the state, in their field of study, for three years following graduation.  Eligible applicants must be accepted for admission as a first-time student into one of the high demand workforce areas.  For more information and a list of programs identified as Build Dakota Scholarship programs or an application, visit www.builddakotascholarships.com ;  Application deadline is - March 31, 2019.

GOLDEN WEST TELECOMMUNICATIONS SCHOLARSHIP:   
 Scholarship awards will be one year, $1,000 scholarships.  The Golden West Telecommunications Scholarship Program will offer a total of 45 awards.  Each high school will be eligible to receive one award.  The student's parent(s) or legal guardian(s) must reside within one of the Golden West Telephone service areas (see enclosed list) and subscribe to a Golden West service (phone, internet, cablevision).  The applicant must be a high school senior and have taken the Scholarship Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) at an examination center of their choice no later than December 1 of their senior year.  Scholarship awards may be applied to post-secondary institutions and begin the institution the fall immediately following graduation with 12 or more credits.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of the page.  Application deadline is - March 15 returned to the Guidance Office.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR & MASON'S SCHOLARSHIP:   
All Tripp County High School Seniors are eligible to apply for this $500 scholarship.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 1st.

OSCAR & ROSE PRAVECEK FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP:   The Family of Oscar & Rose Pravecek has established a fund in their honor.  They enjoyed a successful lifestyle in the Winner area.  This Scholarship is for the benefit of deserving graduating students from Winner High School under the following terms and conditions.  Selection of students shall be based on pursuing an Ag-related field or vocation, returning to an ag area, or be a participating 4-H member.  Recipients shall attend a post-secondary institute of their choice, with wither college or vocational-technical training.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted link at the top of this page.      Application deadline is - March 30 returned to the Guidance Office.

DONALD H.QUIMBY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP:    This scholarship provides a one-time $350 award to a worthy South Dakota high school graduate attending a post-secondary institution.  Donald Quimby spent his professional life in service to others as a teacher, coach, and administrator.  He believed that everyone should have the same opportunity at a higher education, regardless of GPA.  Applicants should graduate from a South Dakota high school.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of the page.   Application deadline is - April 1st and mailed to Margaret Quimby, 108 W Mountain Ash St., Brandon, SD 57005.

INEZ TAYLOR WALTER SCHOLARSHIP:
  The Inez Taylor Walter Scholarship Fund was established by Harley Taylor in memory of his sister, Inez Walter who was from the Ipswich area.  The scholarship is for high school students in South Dakota.  Preference in awarding this scholarship will be given to a student planning on attending a South Dakota or North Dakota college or university in the field of nursing. Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 1st Email submissions to:  Barbara Gillick 

MISSOURI RIVER ENERGY SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP: 
Applicants to the Missouri River Energy Services Scholarship Program must meet all criteria in one of two areas:  High school seniors who reside in a household receiving electrical power and services from a Missouri River Energy Services.  Must be planning to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited two-or-four year college, university or vocational-technical school no later than the fall of 2019.  Or students who are applying or already enrolled at a pre-selected technical college, majoring in a full-time Powerline/Line worker program no later that fall of 2019.  Applicants do not need to reside in a household receiving electrical power and services from MRES member utility.  Eligible technical colleges include Dakota County Technical College - Rosemont, MN; Minnesota State Community and Technical College - Wadena, MN; Minnesota West Community and Technical College - Jackson, MN; Mitchell Technical Institute - Mitchell, SD; Northwest Iowa Community College - Sheldon, IA.  The guidelines and application are available online at https://www.mrenerrgy.com/services/scholarships   Postmark deadline to submit application is March 15.  Applications should be mailed to the address below which is indicated in the program guidelines:  Missouri River Energy Services Scholarship Program, Scholarship America, One Scholarship Way, Saint Peter, MN 56082.

INSURING A BRIGHTER TOMORROW SCHOLARSHIP:    
This $1,000 scholarship is open to South Dakota high school seniors seeing funds to attend a South Dakota college, university, or technical school.  Open to Farmers Union Policyholders, South Dakota Farmers Union members, Friends of the SDFU Foundation (defined as a contribution of $25 or more during the past year), or a participant in any South Dakota High School Activities Association (SDHSAA) sanctioned activity.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.   Application deadline is - March 1, 2019 (postmark date) returned to: Farmer Union Insurance, Attn:  Jenny Doerr, PO Box 1388, Huron, SD 57350.

ABBOTT AND FENNER SCHOLARSHIP:     
Abbott and Fenner Business Consultants are pleased to be able to continue with our scholarship program for the 12th year.  They will be awarding $1,000 scholarship to the winner(s) each yer.  Students will submit an essay on the topic that appears on the scholarship page of their website: 
http://wwwabbottand fenner.com/scholarships.htm ; Full details are available on their website  Scholarship deadline is - June 14, 2019.

SD WEED & PEST CONFERENCE SCHOLARSHIP:   
 To be eligible for a Weed Fighter's scholarship you must meet the following requirements:  Must be a citizen of the United States, and a South Dakota resident.  Must be a high school graduate, you will receive funding after you complete one semester in college.  A post - secondary student with an agriculture production, precision farming, agronomy or entomology field of study in a South Dakota College, University or Technical School.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.   Application deadline is - April 5, 2019 returned to Gary Pribyl, 19987 Homesteader lane, Wolsey, SD 57384. 

FLOYD'S TRUCK CENTER BRIAN H. GREIF MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP:   
The Floyd's Truck Center, Inc. Scholarship is offered to assist students from Rapid City, Pierre and other surrounding areas. The Brian H. Greif Memorial Scholarship is for those interested in pursuing a career as a Diesel Technician, the scholarship will award up to three $5,000 scholarships to students who are interested in attending Wyoming Tech, Western Dakota Tech, Northeaster Junior College, Laramie County Community College, Western Wyoming Community College, Casper Community College, Gillette Community College, or Lake Area Tech.  For more information of an application click on the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.   Application deadline is - April 1st  returned to Oregon Trail Community Foundation, PO Box 1344, Scottsbluff, NE 69361.

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP: 
One $200.00 scholarship will be presented to a qualifying high school senior upon registration at the school of their choice.  Applicant must be a member of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 1st returned to the Guidance Office.

WINNER VFW AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP:   
One $500.00 scholarship will be presented to one qualifying high school senior upon registration at the school of their choice.  Student must have a cumulative grade point average of not less than 2.5 and be a child, grandchild, or sister/brother of a veteran.  Any veteran who has gone back to high school and is graduating may also apply.  Applicants are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page. Application deadline is - April 1, 2019.

WINNER AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP:   
Candidate for this award must be a daughter, son, or a grandchild of a veteran who is a member of the Winner American legion Post #169 or an Auxiliary member of this post and a student in their senior year of high school.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.   Application deadline is - April 1st returned to the Guidance office.

CLASS OF 1962 SCHOLARSHIP:   The Winner High School Class of 1962 is offering (2) scholarships in the amount of $250 each.  The following qualifications must be met by the applicant.  A Senior at Winner High School accepted to a Technical Institute or a two year or four year college within the State of South Dakota.  Provide the name of the graduating member of the WHS Class of 1962 to whom you are a blood relative and tell relationship.  (List of graduating class is included with applications).  Involved as a volunteer in at least two community activities and/or recognized high school extra curricular activities.  Application is available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.   Application deadline is - April 15 returned to the Guidance Office .

PHEASANTS FOREVER SCHOLARSHIP:   
A $250 scholarship will be awarded directly to the recipient for the fall semester.  Applicant must be a Tripp County High School senior planning to attend a 2 or 4 year university or technical school.  Applications are available by clicking th highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 15 returned to the Guidance Office.

W.H. STURGES SCHOLARSHIP:   Applicants for this scholarship must be a senior or an alumnus of Winner High School District 59-2.  Student must be planning to go into a health related field of study.  Applicant must attend a South Dakota Institute of higher education including technical training.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - May 2nd returned to the Guidance Office.

TOWN & COUNTRY WONMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP:   
The applicant must be a graduating senior and have maintained a 2.5 GPA or greater.  The student must have been accepted at a college or technical school as a full time student.  They should reflect academic achievement, as well as community involvement.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.    Application deadline is April 2, 2019.

SOUTH DAKOTA GOLF ASSOCIATION JUNIOR GOLF FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP:   
The South Dakota Golf Association Junior golf Foundation offers six $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors who will be attending a post high school educational facility in South Dakota.  Scholarships will be paid in the second semester.  Scholarship winners will be responsible for sending verification from their school stating the students full time enrollment.   Application deadline is - June 30, 2019 mailed to:  SDGA Junior Golf Foundation, 4809 West 41st St., Suite 202, Sioux Falls, SD 57106.

WINNER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP:   
Applicants for this scholarship must be members of the Winner United Methodist Church or regularly attend church at the time of this application.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 12th at noon returned to the church office.

SOUTHERN BELLE CATTLEWOMEN SCHOLARSHIP:  Two  $500 scholarships are available to any Tripp or Todd County High School graduate, who plans to attend a school of higher education, in order to pursue a career in an agricultural related field.  This scholarship is to be used for the Spring semester following high school graduation.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 17th returned to the Guidance Office.

ESA BETA ALPHA SCHOLARSHIP: 
This scholarship is available to Winner High School seniors planning to pursue a post high school education.  Eligible applicants must have a GPA of at least 2.0  Award is based on need of applicant and their non academic and/or volunteer work.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - March 21st returned to the Guidance Office.  

OSCAR F. & ROSE PRAVECEK $500 MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP: 
This $500 scholarship will be awarded to a senior of Winner High School who has demonstrated an interest and dedication to music.  Applicant must reside in the Winner School District.  Applicant must have actively been involved in the music department in the Winner High School for at least 2 years of high school chorus and/or band.  Applicant must have demonstrated academic achievement, a minimum of 2.5 GPA based on a 4.0 system.  Scholarships may be used for programs at four-year colleges and universities, community colleges, trade or vocational schools.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 1 by 3:30 p.m. turned in to the Guidance Office.

STATEWIDE AG INSURANCE SCHOLARSHIP:   
Applicant for this $200.00 scholarship must be a senior class member in good standing academically with a minimum GPA of 2.0  Applicant must have an agricultural background.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 30th submitted to the following address:  Statewide Ag Insurance, 201 Monroe Street - PO Box 1712, Winner, SD 57580.
 

THE RIGGS PREMIER FOOTBALL ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP:  The Riggs Premier Football Achievement Fund is accepting applications for the Charley Johnston Memorial Scholarship. We will award two $1500 scholarships to high school seniors with financial need who have signed to play college football in the fall of 2019. Please visit https://riggsfootball.com for applications to any students who may be interested  Applications are due by March 15th.  Applications should be mailed to Riggs Premier Football Achievement Fund, P.O. Box 89826 , Sioux Falls, SD 57109

RICHARD JANAK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP:     
The family of Richard "Dick" Janak offers a $1,000 scholarship for a WHS senior or a WHS alumnus.  Applicant must be planning to attend USD.  Preference may be given to t he following: 3.0 GPA and involved in at least 3 extra curricular activities.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 25 returned to the Guidance Office.

WINNER REGIONAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP:     
Any high school senior, in Winner Regional Healthcare Center's service area, planning to pursue higher education in a medical or healthcare field, is eligible.  Up to (2) $1,000 scholarships may be awarded.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page..  Applications must be postmarked or delivered by April 15th to:  Winner Regional Foundation ,Scholarship Committee, 745 East 8th Street, Winner, SD 57580.

KEITH & GENEICE GEBHART FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP:   One $500 scholarship will be presented to a Winner High School senior.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.    Application deadline is - April 15 returned to the Guidance Office.

GARY MOSER SCHOLARSHIP:   
This $400 scholarship is available to Winner High School students male or female planning to attend a college or vocational school.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.   Application deadline is - April 15 returned to the Guidance Office.

PETER A. DUFFY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP:     
Pete Duffy graduated from Winner High School and was a strong supporter of education.  He believed in pursuing education beyond high school.  He also thought that people should support local schools.  Eligible applicants for this scholarship must be a high school senior graduating from Winner High School.  Student must be enrolled in a college or technical school in a field of study in education or relating to education (i.e. speech therapy, special education, counselor, etc.)   Students are asked to write an essay stating why they choose education as their filed of study.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.  Application deadline is - April 18 of graduation year.

CURTIS MARVIN HOHN LEGACY SCHOLARSHIP:   
This scholarship is given in honor of the life and work of Curtis M. Hohn, South Dakota state water policy leader, public servant and community activist.  This competitive $1,000 scholarship is awarded to seniors graduating from a South Dakota High School attending a public or private college, university, or technical school in South Dakota.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.   Application deadline EXTENDED to April 15th mailed to Curtis Marvin Hohn Scholarship Commitee, c/o Cassie Hohn, P.O. Box 1322, Sioux Falls, SD 57101 or Curtis Marvin

CLEARFIELD/KEYAPAHA AND HAMILL CONSERVATION DISTRICTS SCHOLARSHIP: 
The Clearfield/Keyapaha and Hamill Conservation Districts offer scholarships to financially assist seniors or college undergraduates who are residents of Tripp County.  All eligible students are encouraged to apply, with preservation given to students pursuing a degree in conservation or agriculture. Must have a minimum 2.0 grade point average.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF link at the top of this page.   Application deadline is May 1, 2019 submitted to Hamill & C/K Conservation District Office, % William Engel, 113 S. Madison St.,  Ste 100, Winner, SD 57580.

WHS CLASS OF 1968 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP:   
The Class of 1968 from Winner High School would like to provide financial assistance of $250 to one qualified and deserving high school senior who demonstrates a sincere interest in pursuing a degree of higher learning beyond high school.  Qualified applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or above, be involved in a school sanctioned extra-curricular activity and planning to attend a South Dakota Institute of higher learning.  Applications are available by clicking the highlighted PDF at the top of this page.    Application deadline is May 2nd returned to the Guidance Office.