One, non-renewable scholarship awarded to a student graduating from a Newaygo County high school

Awarded to Newaygo County residents or students who graduate from a Newaygo County high school

  • Preference to students pursuing an education degree
  • Preference to graduates of Fremont High School
  • Preference to students attending a college or university that accepts federal funds and is covered by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972

One, non-renewable scholarship to a graduate from a high school that is a member of Christian Schools International (i.e. Western Michigan Christian High School).

  • Newaygo County resident
  • Preference to a student pursuing a health related career
  • Secondary preference to a student pursuing a business degree

Awarded to a Newaygo County resident or student graduating from a Newaygo County high school

  • Preference to students pursuing a business or education degree
  • Preference to graduates of Fremont High School or Hesperia High School
  • Preference to students attending Central Michigan University
  • Preference to students involved in extracurricular activities
  • Awarded to a Newaygo County resident or student graduating from a Newaygo County High School
  • Preference given to students pursuing a vocational trade or skilled trade
  • Preference to students pursuing training in robotics, CAD, mechatronics, or engineering, electronics, or machining
  • Preference to students with financial need
  • Minimum 2.0 GPA

One, two-year renewable scholarship to a Newaygo County High School or home school graduating senior.

  • Students pursing a trade career
  • Preference to applicants with financial need

Donors wish to give examples of what they mean by “trade career.”  The following examples are not meant to be exclusive but are intended to give guidance as to the type of career Donors view as a trade: Automotive service technician, baker, boilermaker, carpentry, cement mason, collision repair technician, cooking, cosmetologist, crane operator, electrician, formwork technician, funeral director, furniture design, geothermal heating technician, grip, heavy equipment operator, industrial instrument mechanics, locksmith, meat cutter, millwright, painter and decorator, pipefitter, rig technician, sprinkler system installer, utility arborist, welder level “C”.

One, non-renewable scholarship to a graduating high school senior from Newaygo County or a West Michigan High School who has also graduated from Fremont Christian School.

  • Pursuing a career in the medical field

One, non-renewable scholarship to a Newaygo County High School graduating senior.

  • Preference to a female applicants pursuing art and/or design

One, non-renewable scholarship to a deserving Newaygo County High School graduating senior who is seeking post-secondary education.

Up to three, two-year renewable scholarships for graduating seniors who attend All Saints Catholic Church in Fremont, Michigan.

  • Students must be involved in church, school, and community

One, four-year renewable award to a graduating high school senior from a Newaygo County high school with preference to those involved in scouting.

  • Financial need
  • Must be in the top 30% of class
  • Volunteer service and extracurricular activities

One, non-renewable award to a graduating high school senior from each Newaygo County public high school.

  • Financial need
  • Demonstrated academic achievement

One, non-renewable award to a graduating high school senior from a Newaygo County high school who is accepted at Hope College or Hillsdale College.

  • Financial need
  • Academic achievement
  • Abstention from illegal substances

One, non-renewable award available to a Newaygo County resident or a student who attends a Newaygo County high school (other than NCCTC) and plans to major or minor in art studies.

  • Studied art in high school
  • Submit three samples of art work to Newaygo County Council for the Arts (NCCA)

One, non-renewable award available to a Newaygo County resident or student who attends a Newaygo County high school (other than NCCTC) and plans to major or minor in art studies.

  • Studied art in high school
  • Submit three samples of art work to Newaygo County Council for the Arts (NCCA)