This site will list all scholarships available through Clark High School or others that I am aware of that are legitimate scholarships to apply for. Some will require you to stop by for an application while others will hyperlink you to the web site to complete the form. Also listed will be other sites to go to for information and help during your junior and senior year.
|SAE Engineering Scholarship|
If you intend to earn a degree in engineering or a related science and meet the minimum ACT and GPA requirements...APPLY! There are different scholarships with different requirements. Follow the link to either fill out the application or download it to fill out.
|Site is open from August 15th-January 15th|
|Wendy's Heisman Scholarship|
If you have a "B' average and have/are participating in sports APPLY!! Follow the link and begin the application. Application opens July 1st. First 1000 get a $10. gift card to Wendy's.
|Applications open July 1st Due by 5:00PM on October 2nd then Mrs. Paulson for review by Oct. 6th|
|Fred Morris Memorial/Watertown Farm Show Scholarship |
Open to students who have been consistently active in the Watertown Winter Farm Show. Student must be currently enrolled in a post secondary education endeavor.
|LATI Winter Watertown Farm Show Scholarship|
If you are currently enrolled at LATI and you and/or your family has been consistently involved in the Watertown WInter Farm Show click on the link and apply October 15th
Open to all high school seniors with a 3.0 or higher GPA in the US. Fifty awards for $20,000 are awarded and 200 awards for $10,000 are awarded. On line applications only. August 1-October 31st
|August 1-October 31st|
|PRUDENTIAL SPIRIT OF COMMUNITY AWARDS|
Open to students in grades 5-12, who engaged in a volunteer activity during the past year. $1000 for state honorees and $5000 for national honorees. One Jr. High honoree and one High School honoree will be selected to go on to the state level of competition. November 6
|Will open in September due by November 8th|
|FFA||Web site opens November 15th
Closes February 15th
|Griswold Homecare Scholarship|
Griswold Home Care is a mission-driven home care services company headquartered just outside of Philadelphia that celebrates, educates, and advocates the choice to remain independent at home. Griswold Home Care was founded by Jean Griswold, wife of a Presbyterian Minister, in 1982 after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and seeing the need for quality care in her community. Jean’s mission of affordable care for all continues to spread today. In honor of Jean’s vision, Griswold Home Care offers a $1,000 bi-annual scholarship to a qualified student pursuing a bachelor’s, associate’s, graduate, or professional degree at an accredited college or university. Please complete the below form to submit your application for consideration.
|SD Farmers Union Scholarship|
Seniors in high school or freshman in college can apply. Three scholarships in the amount of $500 each will be awarded to eligible young people. Your parent must be a member of SD Farmers Union. Preference is given to High School seniors.
|Elks Vocational Grant Application|
If you are planning on attending a vocational school with no immediate or long range plans of going to a four-year school apply. Follow the link and fill out the application. Keep in mind you have to have it signed by an Elks Lodge member.
|December 4th (Must be in the office at Watertown by this date)|
|Elks Most Valuable Student|
Looks at students at the top of their class. Students who excel in academics and are involved in their schools and communities. A larger scholarship to fill out but it is worth a lot of money!! Follow the link and save a fill able copy of the scholarship to your home page
Mailing address is:
816 16th Ave NE
Watertown, SD 57201 Available on website September 1st
|December 4th (Must be signed by a local Elks Lodge member from Watertown)|
|AXA Achievement Scholarship|
Open to any senior who has an outstanding accomplishment in the community or school that is non-academic. Go to the web site and check out the application. It is for big money and one student from each state is selected polus others.
|SD JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship|
Open to Graduating high school seniors in the United States, where that state has an active JCI Senate program.
|Burger King Scholarship|
If you have a 2.5 or higher GPA, work an average of 15 hours a week, 40 weeks a year, have financial need and have been involved in community service follow the link and apply.
|Opens October 15th- Closes December 15th|
|South Dakota Association of Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Contractors Scholarship|
Students interested in a career in the plumbing, heating and cooling field can apply. There will be one $1000 and one $500 scholarship given tostudents in South Dakota.
|GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program|
This national program awards college scholarships to high school seniors who embody the characteristics of President Ronald Reagan at school, in the community, in the workplace, and at home.
|Beauty School Directory $2500 Cosmetology Scholarship|
Open to students who are 18 years or older at time of application. Must be planning on attending a qualifying institution and enrolling within a year of receiving the scholarship. Scholarship is for $2500. Your information will not be sold to any lists or marketers. For complete terms, conditions and eligibility rules, click here. Available 4 times throughout the year.
|Deadline is January 31st|
|ESA Foundation Scholarships|
Follow the link to set up an account which will open you up to 38 different scholarships. Will be a scholarship opportunity for everyone. JUST LOOK!!!!
|Dakota Corps Scholarship Program|
Graduate from an accredited South Dakota high school with a Grade Point Average (GPA of) 2.8 or greater on a 4.0 scale. Home schooled students will be allowed to provide supplemental information if this requirement is not applicable.
Have a composite ACT score of 26 or greater (or the SAT equivalent).
Agree, in writing, to stay in South Dakota and work in a critical need occupation after graduation for as many years as the scholarship was received, plus one year.
The current critical need occupations for 2017 are: Teacher - High School Math
Teacher - High School Science
Teacher - Elementary or Secondary Special Education
Teacher - High School Career and Technical Education
Teacher - K-12 Foreign Language
Accountant / Auditor
Engineer (includes all fields EXCEPT mining)
|FFA||Web site closes February 1st|
|Agri-Solutions/Croplan Ag Scholarship|
Students pursuing two- or four-year degrees in agronomy, crop production or
closely related fields. Scholarship is available only to high school seniors, or
college students in their first or second year of pursuing a two- or four-year degree.
|Marion T. Wood|
A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a student who intends to continue in an office-related business program. The state winner will go on to compete for a national scholarship of $1000. See application for additional requirements. This can also be students already in college.
|Scholars Helping Collars Scholarship|
If you have done volunteer work helping save animals follow instruction found on web page.
|Blue and Gold Ag Scholarship Application|
The South Dakota FFA Association awards several scholarships to South Dakota high school seniors who are current FFA members. Applicants must be planning to attend a university or technical school in South Dakota to major in agriculture. Applicants must enroll in the South Dakota school of their choice during the fall semester of the current year.
|Codington-Clark Electric |
There are three scholarships available. Two $500 Codington-Clark Electric Scholarships and one Codington-Clark Electric / CoBank Scholarship in the amount of $1,000. The scholarships must be used for educational costs, and the student must enter college in the fall of the school year for which the scholarship is given. Checks will be made payable to the student, and will be distributed by Codington-Clark Electric. Codington-Clark Electric will pay scholarships after the completion of the first semester.
Who is eligible to receive the scholarship?
Dependent children of member-system consumers are eligible. The applicant must also be a U.S. citizen. The applicant must be a student who is 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 located in South Dakota.
Follow link and apply.
MORE THAN ONE to apply for
|DAR Scholarship |
All applicants must be citizens of the United States and must attend or plan to attend an accredited college or university in the United States. DAR chapter sponsorship is not required; however, a chapter or state chairman may work with the applicant to put the information together to send to the DAR Scholarship Committee.
|Annis Fowler/Kaden Scholarship|
If you have a 3.0 or higher GPA and are planning on attending USD, BHSU, DSU, or NSU and major in Elementary Education...apply!
|“Cyberbullying Prevention for Teens Scholarship” |
Here is the list of our requirements:
- Applicant must be high school student.
- Applicant must write an article of 600-1000 words on the topic “Why is it important to stop cyberbullying?"
|Build Dakota Scholarship|
300 scholarships available to applicants going into the following fields:Automotive, Building Trades/Construction, Energy Technicians, Engineering Technicians, Licensed Practical Nursing, Medical Lab Technicians, Precision Manufacturing, Welding
|Submit with application to any of the 4 technical institutes in SD|
|Bob Redder Memorial Scholarship |
To be eligible for this scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
*Be a student in SD FFA Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, or 7.
*Be a senior FFA member.
*Has been an active FFA member for at least three years.
*Plans to attend a college or university in South Dakota.
*Plans to pursue a major in an agriculturally related field and intend to return to farm or ranch.
|South Dakota Agri Business |
Applicant must be a customer, employee, or family member of an employee of a member of the South Dakota Agri-Business Association (SDABA). (Which means if you do business at the COOP here in town you qualify) Applicant may be a high school senior or registered freshman, sophomore, or junior at a South Dakota University or Technical School
|Edward Schwab |
APPLICATION FOR EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
1. The recipient must be a Clark, Hamlin, Henry, Florence, or Willow Lake High School student who is currently in a postsecondary program or is a high school senior on track for graduation.
2. The recipient must be currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a full-time course of study at an institution of higher learning, including a vocational/ technical school, or two-year or four-year college or university.
3. The recipient must have a 2.0 cumulative grade point average.
4. The Schwab Scholarship Committee will select recipients & scholarship amounts.
5. The quality and appearance of the application will be taken into consideration.
6. All students must complete the entire application and provide a current official transcript and three letters of recommendation. All documents must be postmarked no later than Tuesday, March 1, 2017. Please return as follows:
EDWARD L. SCHWAB MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
c/o Dacotah Bank Trust Department
Attn: Cassie Backman
PO Box 1210
Aberdeen, SD 57402-1210
Scholarship recipients will be notified by letter on or before June 15, 2017. Checks will be distributed to the school of the scholarship recipients by the beginning of the fall 2017 term provided all scholarship requirements are met.
|American Legion Auxiliary Scholarships|
Click on the links below for applications
American Legion Senior Member Scholarship
American Legion $500 Scholarship
|Thelma Foster Scholarship for Junior Auxiliary Member|
Must be a Junior member in the SD American Legion Auxiliary and been a Junior member for the past 3 years, and must hold a Junior membership card for the current year or have turned 18 and become a Senior member. A $300 scholarship will be awarded.
|SD Amateur Softball |
Any senior who has been involved in the SD ASA program, or who has a parent/guardian who has participated in this program in the last 3 years as a player, coach, umpire, SDASA official or league official. Students must plan to attend one of the following type of institutions: College, University, or Vocational School. Get application from Mrs. Paulson.
|Florence Winings Scholarship|
If you are going into Math or Science field APPLY. If not those fields but financially you need help please also APPLY.
|March 1st to Mrs. Paulson|
|Foundation for Rural Service Scholarship |
• Be a graduating high school senior.
• Receive any telecommunications service from a current NTCA member
• Be accepted by an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school.
• Have at least a C grade point average (GPA). FRS scholarships will be awarded to deserving students whose academic
credentials fall within an average to above-average range.
• Express an interest to return to a rural community following graduation.
• Be sponsored by a contributor to, or supporter of, the Foundation for Rural Service
|Dacotah Bank $1000 |
If you are going to a South Dakota college, university, technical institute or community college and your family has an account with Dacotah Bank..apply. Follow the link to the application. $1000. Amount
|Postmarked by March 1st|
|Dacotah Bank $500 |
This scholarship opportunity to open to all graduating SD, MN, and North Dakota High School seniors who plan to attend college, university, technical institute, or community college whose families currently have an account with Dacotah Bank. $500. Amount
|Postmarked by March 1st|
Applicants parents or guardians must maintain at least one ITC service and plan to attend a post-secondary institution in SD or MN
|March 3rd to Mrs. Paulson|
One $600.00 scholarship will be awarded to graduating seniors from each of the nineteen school districts serving various segments of the ITC Service Area. Scholarship applicants and their parents or guardians must maintain ITC telephone service and plan to attend a post-secondary institution located in either South Dakota or Minnesota.
Return completed application to Mrs. Paulson.
|March 4th to Mrs. Paulson|
|Curtis Marvin Hohn Scholarship|
The $1000. scholarship will give preference to applicants pursuing studies in history, political science, or water resources.
|Bob Mecham Student of Integrity Scholarship |
The annual Scott Mecham BBB Student of Integrity Awards program is sponsored by the Foundation of the Better Business Bureau. $2,000 scholarships will be awarded to six students who reside in the geographic area served by the BBB. These scholarships were established to honor the memory of Mr. Mecham who served as the BBB president from 1991 until January 2006, when he died unexpectedly.
This award will recognize students that personify the values, leadership and integrity exemplified by Scott Mecham.
|Riverview Scholarship |
The goal of the Riverview Scholarship is to find eligible students interested in furthering their academic careers in any two- or four-year college program.
Riverview is pleased to announce its Annual Scholarship for two (2) $1,000 scholarships
• The scholarship is open only to High School Seniors attending Clark, Doland or Redfield Schools.
• Student must be accepted to an accredited college and enrolled as a full-time student before the scholarship will be awarded.
This scholarship is open to all graduating high school students, and students enrolled in a two year, four year, or graduate program. This is a one-time, non-renewable scholarship. Scholarship is judged solely on the quality of the essay, there is no minimum GPA requirement.
|Joe Foss |
Students must graduate from a SD accredited high school with a GPA of at least 3.5 and an act score of 21. Students must also possess characteristics of an American Patriot. $1000 will be awarded.
|Cogley-Buffington Certified Property and Casualty Underwriters Fund |
To be eligible for this award, applicants must be a graduating senior planning to attend a 4-year school. Applicants must also demonstrated financial need; have a GPA of 3.5 or higher; participate in extra-curricular and community activities, and demonstrate an interest in and understanding of the role of business in American society. Award: $1,000
|Fred & Marie Christopherson |
Students must be SD graduates attending a SD post secondary school. Minimum qualifications: 3.9 GPA and an ACT score of 28. A $2,500 award will be given.
|Veterans Scholarship |
To qualify you must be a senior in Clark County. Follow the link to fill out the application or get an application from Mrs. Paulson. Turn in to Mrs. Paulson.
This scholarship is awarded to students in the top of their class going into the science or medical field. Follow link or get application from Mrs. Paulson. Must be turned in to Mrs. Paulson by March 23rd
| Karst Memorial|
If you are in the top 50% of your class and plan on going into an Ag related field...apply!
| Janice Scott Memorial Scholarship Janice Scott Scholarship Qualifications |
Be sure to open the qualifications document before applying. A couple new qualifications are your family income needs to be less than $100,000. and you need to have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
| I Help|
Student Loan Finance Corporation 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 2016/2017 academic year. Every scholarship application will be automatically entered into a drawing for a free iPad.
| CHS Foundation Scholarship|
100 students will receive a $1,000. scholarship. You need to be going into an Ag related field either in a two or a four year program. If this is you follow the link and apply.
|Class of 1953 Scholarship |
Clark High School Class of 1953 Scholarship is open to Clark high school seniors that are planning on continuing their education at a 4 year school. Turn completed application in to Mrs. Paulson.
|The George Adams' Family Memorial Scholarship |
This scholarship is open to any senior attending post secondary school who is a resident of the Garden City Community or who has a relative that graduated or attended the Garden City High School.
|Lynn Arne Memorial Scholarship |
If you are attending or planning to attend post secondary school APPLY!
Return application to Mrs. Paulson
|Mosaic-Peace Memorial |
If you are going to post-secondary school...apply!
If you are a female going on to secondary school and are not a relative of a PEO member ...APPLY! Follow the link and returned the completed application to Mrs. Paulson.
|Ken Keck |
If you have participated in extra-curricular activities (must be more than sports) and are going into the education or science field.....APPLY!
Follow link or get application from Mrs. Paulson.
Turn filled out applications back in to Mrs. Paulson.
|Clark Alumni |
Awarded to a student going into a two, four year college or vocational field. Application online by following above link. Mail to Melanie Smith
|Hunter Safety Scholarship|
If you took a Hunter Safety course and are a Junior or Senior apply for this $2500. scholarship. Send to:
Ms. Paulette K. Lubke
IHEA-USA Office Manager
800 E. 73rd Ave., Unit #2
Denver, CO 80229
|Josh Merkel |
To qualify you need to have a GPA of 2.5 or higher, plan to go on to school, have financial need and be in extra curricular activities. Follow the link for application.
Return completed application to Mrs. Paulson.
|Carol Lundholm/Corey Schoepp|
When completed return to .. Paulson no later than April 1st.
|Lee Schlagel Scholarship|
New Scholarship 2011-2012
This scholarship has been established in memory of Lee Schlagel. Lee, son of Terry and Deb Schlagel, was an outstanding athlete at Clark High School. He died of an asthma attack at the age of 25. This scholarship is open to Clark senior athletes.
When completed return to Mrs. Paulson no later than April 1st.
Book grants of $100. are awarded to high school graduates or college students going to a SD post-secondary school of their choice.
If your parent or guardian is a member of WEB water, either as a rural member (rural hookup, cabin hookup, municipal hookup, livestock hookup) or a resident of a town served by WEB water you can apply.
|James Valley Telecommunications Scholarship |
James Valley Telecommunications will be awarding three $2,000 scholarships in 2017
Please complete this application and essay and return to JVT’s office on or before April 3, 2017. Applicant must
be a high school senior graduating in the Spring of 2017 and whose parents/legal guardians are members of
James Valley Telecommunications. Seniors must be attending an accredited college, university or vocational
school in South Dakota in the Fall of 2017. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required. Immediate family members of
James Valley Telecommunications’ directors and employees are not eligible for the JV
|Clark County Crop Improvement|
You must be going to school in SD and planning on entering an AG field. If so follow the link, fill out the applications and return it to the Clark Extension.
Return completed application to Mrs. Paulson no later than April 10th.
|Jeff Worth/Rick Worth Memorial Scholarship|
The Jeff Worth/Rick Worth Memorial Scholarship Fund is offering a two hundred and fifty dollar ($250) Scholarship to be used towards tuition and paid in two installments ($125 for each semester) to a graduating senior boy or girl from Clark High School. The qualified student must be pursuing a career at the vocational or college level in South Dakota. Financial need will be a factor in determining the recipient along with scholastic abilities. The scholarship is given in memory of a fellow student of Clark High School and his father, a long time Clark Banker.
Return application to Mrs. Paulson by April 10th.
If you are pursuing a career in Agriculture or Ag Business, apply.
Return filled out application to Mrs. Paulson
|South Dakota Retailers Scholarship |
Applicant must desire a career in a retail field. Student must intend to enroll full-time at a post secondary school. Awards will not be based solely on financial need or grades. Examples of areas of study considered to be retail-related may include (but are not be limited to): Accounting, Agribusiness, Apparel Merchandising, Auto Mechanics, Automotive Technology, Business Administration, Business Management, Computer Science, Commercial Baking, Culinary Arts, Diesel Mechanics, Electrical Maintenance, Heating/Ventilation, Hotel/Restaurant Management, Landscape Design, Pharmacy, Printing Industries, Refrigeration, Sales/Marketing Management, and Tourism Industry Management. (Note: this list is not all-inclusive).
|Postmarked by April 18th|
|Dennis Marx Memorial Scholarship|
New Scholarship for 2015-2016. If you are active in a sport look into this $500. Memorial Scholarship.
Turn in to Mrs. Paulson
|South Dakota Sheriffs' Association Scholarship |
Two $500. scholarships are offered at large to students attending any college in the state pursuing a career in criminal justice and seeking a career in law enforcement.
|2016 Careers in Agriculture Scholarship Application|
If you are pursuing a 2 or 4 year degree in agronomy or related crop production or closely related field apply. Open to high school seniors and students currently enrolled in college.
|South Dakota Farmers Union Foundation Scholarship|
Applicant must be planning on attending a SD college and have one of the following apply; Be a Farmers Union Policyholder, South Dakota Farmers Union member, Friends of the SDFU Foundation, or a participant in any HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY.
FOLLOW LINK TO APPLY ONLINE.
|John Buck Memorial Scholarship|
This is a $1000. scholarship open to students who plan to make a difference in rural America. Easy application open to high school and college students.
|Horatio Alger Association Scholarship|
To be eligible for this scholarship you must be planning on attending college,have a family income of $55,000.or less, be involved in co-curricular and community activities and have a minimum of 2.0 or higher GPA.
January 12th, 2017
Clark Jr. /Sr. High School Mission Statement
To challenge & educate each student academically & socially in order
That he or she may become a more productive member of society.
Menu: chicken Alfredo, garlic toast, broccoli, salad bar and milk
Friday menu: walking tacos, refried beans, salad bar and milk
Thursday, January 12th
Wrestling @ Redfield has been post ponded
GBB @ Willow Lake w/ Hamlin starting @ 6:00—departing Clark @ 5:00
KS93 will be broadcasting this game on 92.9 FM
7th 4:00—departing Clark @ 3:00
8th 5:00—departing Clark @ 3:00
JV GBB starting @ 6:30-- Followed by varsity—departing Clark @ 5:30
BBB practice- Clark—main gym and field house
JH BBB practice- Clark
February 6th in Willow Lake
Friday, January 13th
School will be in session
JH GBB in DeSmet (1 game) starting @ 4:30—departing @ 2:45
BBB @ Willow Lake w/ Milbank starting @ 6:00—departing Clark @ 5:00
Wrestling Tournament @ Phillip, departing Cark @ 8:30 am
GBB practice- Clark main gym
JH BBB practice- Clark FH
Saturday, January 14th
Varsity BBB @ the Pentagon: Cyclone vs Platte/Geddes@ 5:00 pm —departing Clark @ 1:00 pm
Monday, January 16th
MS wrestling @ Redfield starting @ 6:00 departing Clark @ 4:15
Tuesday, January 17th
JH BBB @ Clark w/ Waverly- South Shore starting @ 5:00
GBB/BBB double header @ Britton starting @ 5:00 departing Clark @ 3:00
Thursday, January 19th
JH BBB @ Clark w/ Britton-Hecla starting @ 4:00
Wrestling Triangular @ Sisseton starting @ 5:00, departing @ 2:30
Friday, January 20th
GBB/BBB @ Webster starting @ 4:00
Saturday, January 21st
GBB @ Milbank --- JV starting @ 5:00 followed by varsity---departing Clark @ 2:45 (makeup game)
Varsity wrestling @ Parkston starting @ 10:00 departing Clark @ 6:30 am
Monday, January 23rd
JH GBB @ Willow Lake w/ DeSmet (1 game) starting @ 4:30
CHS junior class fundraiser—if you are looking for someone to shovel snow and other light jobs around the house: please contact the junior class president Bradyn Rusher at 605-659-5652 for more details
Reminder we will be needing a head shot of you and a baby pictures for the 2017 composite and year book, please have them into the office by January 20th, 2017
Notes from Mrs. Bell
Applications are now being accepted for the Youth Business Adventure, which will be held on the campus of USD June 18-23, 2017. This will be a week of real-world business experience and scholarships will be awarded. If you are interested in applying for YBA, please see Mrs. Bell. Applications are due Feb. 20th.
The ASVAB test for juniors has been re-scheduled for January 11 at 8:30am.
Dual Credit and On-Line permission forms need to be turned in to Mrs. Bell NOW!
This scholarship is open to Clark High School seniors. Emphasis will be on the areas of art and/or education. Short application. Fill out and turn in to Mrs. Paulson by April 15th at 3:30.
|Varsity Tutor Monthly Scholarship|
Varsity Tutors Scholarship Contest Description
Varsity Tutors holds a monthly $1,000 college scholarship contest where students must write an essay in response to a monthly prompt. Visitors to the Varsity Tutors scholarship webpage are able to vote via social media for submitted entries. The top five entries with the most votes are reviewed by Varsity Tutors at the end of the month and one winner is subsequently chosen to receive the $1,000 college scholarship. Interested students can enter the contest by following the above link.
|Contest ends April 30th|
|South Dakota Association of County Officials Scholarship (Applications available Monday April 5th)|
If you are in at least your second year of a South Dakota post secondary school and are a child or grandchild of a county auditor, treasurer, register of deeds or their employee apply.
|University Tutor Scholarship|
University Tutor Scholarship Contest. For rules click here:
To apply click the University Tutor Scholarship link above.
You can win a $1000 scholarship.