PHS scholarship dealine approaching


SOME OF THE winners of scholarships administered by the Plymouth Education Foundation at Plymouth High School are shown here. The deadline for applying for 2016 scholarships in Feb. 5. — Submitted photo SOME OF THE winners of scholarships administered by the Plymouth Education Foundation at Plymouth High School are shown here. The deadline for applying for 2016 scholarships in Feb. 5. — Submitted photo The deadline is approaching for Plymouth High School seniors to apply for local scholarships, including those administered by the Plymouth Education Foundation.

Students can apply for more than 50 scholarships with one application, the Local Scholarship Profile Application available through the Plymouth High School Counseling Office section of the district website at www.plymouth.k12.wi.us. Completed applications are due by 3 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5.

Also due Feb. 5 are applications to be 2016 class exemplar, the student to be chosen by a committee to deliver a commencement address and receive the Rhyan Family Class Exemplar Scholarship, which is administered through the Plymouth Education Foundation. This honor is open to seniors with a ranking of cum laude or higher who have exceptional soft skills and no athletic or school code violations and who have participated in at least 10 extra-curricular activities.

In 2015, PHS graduating seniors received more than $1.7 million in scholarships. The 2016 awards will be announced at the PHS Scholarship Awards Night on Wednesday, May 18.

Available scholarships

The following scholarships are administered by the Plymouth Education Foundation: Lona Ahrensbrak Scholarship, Elden M. Amundson Family Scholarship, Alice Ebenreiter Scholarship, Eleanor Fischong Scholarship, Francis Family Scholarship, Stuart and Alyce Giffin Scholarship, Elizabeth A. Jewett Scholarship, Melroy & Helen Kestell Scholarship, Jean Lammers Schwiesow Scholarship, Robert H. Mueller Scholarship, PHS Alumni Perpetual Scholarship, PHS Boys Swim and Dive Alumni Scholarship, PHS Class of 1965 Scholarships , “Hands On Your Future” Scholarship in Memory of Mark Provencher Sr. and Robert Provencher, Rhyan Family Class Exemplar Scholarship, J. M. Rock Family Scholarship, Ardelle & Helen Gerber Schuricht Scholarship, Mike Slagle Memorial Scholarship, Harold Steinke Scholarship, Robert Stoll Memorial Scholarship, June Longrie Vollrath Scholarship and Wells Fargo Scholarship

Additional scholarships awarded by individuals, businesses, and organizations are:, American Legion Scholarship: Cascade Ambelang- Ebert-Tau Post #386 and Plymouth Post Ladewig-Zinkgraf #243 , Bill & Gloria Lehman Scholarship, Cascade Firemen’s Auxilliary Scholarship, Cascade Lions Club Scholarship, Community Bank Scholarship, Curt Joa Scholarship, Ernest B. Haucke Scholarship, Ernie Broeniman Scholarship, Golfers Club Scholarship, Jean Carman Blanke Scholarship, Jessie Rock Memorial Scholarship, Jimmy Loehr Memorial Scholarship, John & Char Nelson Family Scholarship, Kettle Lakes Cooperative Scholarship, Leonard Gentine Sr. Scholarship, Marshall Sign Scholarship, Masonic Lodge Sheboygan County Scholarship, Plymouth Education Association Scholarship, Plymouth Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, GFWC Plymouth Woman’s Club Scholarship, Plymouth Lions Scholarship , Plymouth Rotary Club Scholarship, Plymouth Utilities Scholarship , VFW Plymouth Post #5612 and Ladies Auxilliary Scholarship, Vogt Scholarship, Women’s Civic Society Scholarship and Walter & June Vollrath Scholarship

For more information about available scholarships, contact school counselor Maggie Stielow at 892-5091.

Funding scholarships The Plymouth Education Foundation supports the community’s value on continuing education by sustaining and enhancing its Scholarship Program. Every year more than 20 PHS graduating seniors receives a foundation-administered scholarship generously donated by individuals, businesses, and/or organizations wishing to recognize them for their accomplishments and help them pursue a post-secondary education.

For more than 25 years, the foundation has administered over $500,000 in merit and need-based scholarships to students planning to attend either a 4 year college/ university or 2 year technical school. Scholarship recipients show a commitment to their education, a sincere desire to serve others, and/or the ability to overcome challenges in an effort to reach personal goals.

The Plymouth Education Foundation makes it easy for individuals, businesses and organizations to support a scholarship. Foundation Scholarship Supporters set the criteria and the foundation’s scholarship committee selects the recipient on the donors’ behalf. The foundation’s scholarship committee matches recipients to the specific criteria of its donor. Foundation Scholarship Supporters are recognized at Scholarships Awards Night and have the option to present the scholarship in person or have the foundation present the scholarship on their behalf. Making a donation to the Plymouth Education Foundation Scholarship Fund is an investment in the future of our community and an excellent way to honor an individual, business, or organization. The Plymouth Education Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization, making donations tax deductible.

For more information on how to become a Plymouth Education Foundation Scholarship Supporter, please call Anne Troka, executive director, at 892-2661 ext. 1008.


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