Scholarships & Procedures


Before scholarship due dates: Turn in the entire COMPLETED  application (ready to be mailed/emailed) to the Career Center for school signatures, for review and to email or mailing TRANSCRIPTS.

  • If a transcript is needed, complete this , and turn it in with the completed application and stamped envelope to the Career Center.  DO NOT request transcripts electronically by using Parchment. “Unofficial” transcripts can be obtained through your own Infinite Campus account.
  • Transcripts for scholarships online: Complete the Transcript Request Form and turn it in to the Career Center to be emailed. The transcript will be scanned and sent to the designated scholarship email’s address you provide on the Transcript Form.

If the scholarship does not need a transcript or any sections completed by a school official (Dean), you can simply complete the materials and mail or email your application as directed on the application.


For confidentiality, if desired, financial information pages may be placed in a sealed envelope, and placed into a larger envelope for scholarship eligibility requirements and then given to the Career Center with any additional materials needed to be mailed while needing a transcript.


  • Recommendation letters should always be returned to the student in order to be mailed with the scholarships’ requirements. Letters can be placed in a sealed envelope with a signature across the seal for security and authenticity reasons.
  • Allow 1-2 weeks for any official/Dean signatures or sections to be completed, obtaining transcripts, and mailing by the Career Center, before the scholarship due date. Each scholarship will be reviewed before mailing for accuracy requirements.

All colleges offers their own scholarships, be sure to visit their websites frequently. Also check with newspapers, magazines, parents’ employers, student’s employer, churches, and any student or parent/relative organizations/clubs.


LNHS partners with Minnesota Career Information System (MCIS) with all students have their own account portfolio access. Log in with Clever using students’ LNHS Gmail account, or go directly to MCIS using student username/password. There, once signed in, you will find several scholarships listed under the Education tab, “Where to Get Help Paying for School”, Scholarships. MCIS lists several scholarships available to students. If you have any problems linking to MCIS, students should come to the LNHS Career Center.

The LNHS SCHOLARSHIPS are posted on the LNHS Career Center drop down menu, Scholarships, and the LNHS Scholarships tab and are due in March.  These scholarships are due in March of each year.  These LNHS specific scholarships are guaranteed to be awarded to only LNHS students. In May, the recipients are notified by mail that they have received a scholarship and are asked to attend the LNHS Senior Awards Program to be recognized and receive their scholarship.

General Scholarships, Awards & Resources




Oct 26        -Prudential Spirit of Community Award

Senior students that wish to be recognized for their volunteer hours, should apply for this award by completing the Student Volunteer Form below. This form will then place them in the position to potentially receive this scholarship and other “volunteer” based scholarships.  High school volunteer will be named State Honorees and will receive a $1000 scholarship, silver medallion, and an all-expense trip to Washington DC. There are also Distinguished Finalists and Certificate of Excellence awards. Students must submit their completed Student Volunteer Form to the Career Center BY Oct. 26th for consideration. Once a recipient has been chosen, they will apply online in the Deans Office by November for certification for the Prudential Spirit of Community Award. DO NOT apply online, but view more information at:


Dec. 1           -Dell Scholars Program Scholarship

Michael & Susan Dell Foundation is offering up to 250/$20,000. Applicants must have a GPA of 2.4 or higher, have plans to attend a college, and are Pell Grant eligible. They are also providing ongoing support, assistance to address all of the emotional, lifestyle, and financial challenges that may prevent scholars from completing college. For complete information and application: or

Feb 5           -Elks Legacy Awards Scholarship

Legacy Awards are $4,000 scholarships for children and grandchildren of Elks members. The Foundation will offer a total of 250 awards. Child or grandchild of an Elk member may apply online through the member’s Elk Lodge. For complete information visit: 





Yearly             – American Legion Need A Lift Scholarships

The American Legion, an organization of wartime veterans, offers information to assist students in furthering their education with the assistance of scholarships. While scholarships help children of disabled and deceased veterans, all students can benefit from there information. This website will assist students with scholarships, grants, fee waivers, student loans, and the organizations that offer them. For complete information visit:

Yearly             – Chipotle Reimbursement Program

Chipotle offers 90% reimbursement on college tuition, books and fees up the IRS limit of $5250 per calendar year.  Criteria for employees: hourly crew members with 1+ yr of service, hourly managers and salaried employees, all college courses must be taken at an accredited 2 or 4yr public or private college and be a part of a degree program, and a review of college courses. For complete information and jobs visit:

Yearly              -College Covered 

College Covered offers several different scholarships throughout the year. It’s also a helpful website for students and parents to obtain answers about grants, scholarships, admissions, campus life, and college searches. For all of their helpful information and assistance visit:

Yearly             -CollegeBoard Scholarships & Information

CollegeBoard assists students with grant and scholarship information, and scholarship searches. Visit their website and learn how to start your search for scholarships, apply, get organized, financial aid information, how to spot a scholarship scam, and several other helpful scholarship suggestions.  Find scholarships, other financial aid and internships from more than 2,200 programs, totaling nearly $6 billion. For sign up and information visit:

Yearly              – CollegeWeek Live Scholarships

CollegeWeek Live awards scholarships throughout the year with various criteria and dates for all types of awards. For a complete list of scholarships available visit:

Yearly             – Daughter of the American Revolution (DAR) Program & Scholarship

The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) offer several scholarships each year. DAR offers $150,000 in scholarships and financial aid awards. Scholarships are offered to students pursuing careers in political science, economics, government, history, medical, nursing, and additional specific scholarships. Apply at:

Yearly             -Discover Business Degree Scholarships

Throughout the year, Discover Business offers several scholarships, each with their own criteria, due dates, and scholarship awards. Search for scholarships under their Resources tab and research all of the scholarships available. The scholarships are vast and amounts will vary in fields such as business accounting and finance. Visit their website for a complete list of scholarships being awarded: 

Yearly              – Gates Millennium Scholarship

The Gates Millennium Scholarship awards scholarships to graduating seniors that must be African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American or Hispanic American, U.S. citizen/legal permanent resident or U.S.   Applicant must have a 3.3 GPA or higher, entering a U.S. accredited college or university as a full-time, demonstrate leadership abilities through community service, extracurricular or other activities, and meet the Federal Pell Grant eligibility criteria. Eligibility for Federal Pell Grant is determined through the free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to the U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid Programs. Scholarship awards vary each year. Apply online at:

Yearly              -Going Merry Scholarships

Going Merry Scholarships will set up students’ personal account and their information related as to match them to potential scholarships. Students simply sign up with their own account, enter their scholarship information and Going Merry will then contact students for their own potential scholarships to apply for this year. For complete information visit:

Yearly             -Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc. Scholarship

The Horatio Alger Association annually awards more than $143 million in college scholarships. Applicants must demonstrate the following: financial need ($55,000 or lower), integrity, perseverance in overcoming personal adversity, high school graduate, pursuing a bachelor’s degree (students may start at a two-yr school), involved in a co-curricular and community service activities, minimum high school GPA of 2.0, and a US citizen.  Scholarships awarded range from $6000-$25,000.  For more information and to apply online visit:

Yearly             –Lakeville Chamber Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship is available to graduating high school seniors, college age students & adult students providing scholarship awards of $500 to continue their education, and further strengthen their workforce and leadership skills in Technical/Vocational programs.  The Lakeville Area Chamber Foundation will award at least three $500 scholarships at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.  Scholarship recipients will be selected on the basis of their financial need, academic success, as well as personal merits. For complete information visit:

Yearly           – LendEDU Scholarships

LendEDU is a marketplace for student loans and student loan refinance. They award several different types of scholarships throughout the year.  Listed on the website you will find categories of scholarships, posted by state, trait, school, race, major, military, skill and miscellaneous. Applicant should check this website frequently to watch for individual due dates. For more information visit:

Yearly         – MCIS (Minnesota Career Information System) Scholarship Listing

Students at LNHS may access the MCIS scholarships that are available from around the state. Most students already have an MCIS personal account through LNHS. If not, please come to the LNHS Career Center to set up an account. Visit the LNHS/Career Center/Scholarships or the LNHS/Career Center/College & Resources web pages for general log-in information and links. Once on the MCIS website, hover over “Education” and select the “Scholarships” listed. There you will find many scholarships being awarded throughout the school year in Minnesota.  MCIS Scholarship Listings

Yearly        – Minnesota Jobs Scholarship

Minnesota Jobs award a $1000 scholarship each Sept., Dec., March, and June. Applicants must be enrolled and accepted into a 2 or 4 year college program at a MN accredited school. Students must be planning on attending the school within 90 days. Additional requirements are listed on their website under the scholarship section. For more information and application visit:

Yearly          -National Honor Society (NHS) Student Scholarships

Throughout the year, NHS Scholarships are available to NHS members. Students should visit this scholarship during their senior year and watch for applications and due dates available for all National Honor Society students.  Visit:

Yearly        – Nursing Scholarships Visit the Nursing Scholarships website for ongoing medical nursing awards.

Yearly        – QuestBridge National College Match Scholarship

The QuestBridge National College Match helps outstanding low-income high school seniors gain admission and full four-year scholarships to 26 partner colleges and universities in the country. QuestBridge’s partner colleges offer admission and more than $90 million in financial aid to over 900 students who applied to the National College Match.  Apply online:

Yearly          -RaiseMe Scholarships

RaiseMe is a social enterprise focused on expanding access to higher education, especially among low income and first generation students. Rather than waiting until the end of high school to earn scholarships, which is often too late to impact a student’s college ambitions or choices, RaiseMe enables students to earn scholarships throughout high school, starting as early as 9th grade, for doing all the things that best prepare them to succeed, whether that’s getting good grades, volunteering in the community or joining an extracurricular. For complete information visit:

Yearly        -ROTC Scholarships

The Army ROTC offers scholarships through colleges each year.  To find out if your college has an ROTC visit:
For scholarships available visit:

Yearly        – Scholarship Experts

The Scholarship Experts host a variety of scholarships available throughout the school year. Each scholarship awarded has different criteria and due dates. For complete scholarship information, criteria, and due dates, etc., visit:

Yearly        – Scholarships for Minorities

200 Free Scholarships List created by Black Excel, update their scholarships availability yearly. Scholarships vary in award amounts, criteria, and due dates. For the entire scholarship listing visit:

Yearly         -Student Award Search Aid

Student Award Search volunteers helps students find money through scholarships. There are no fees associated and there are literally thousands of scholarships available all year. The money can range from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. The competition for these dollars is tremendous in numbers but surprisingly small in quality. That’s where we come in. We will give you some tips on how to find these scholarships and then how to apply for them in such a way as to give you a competitive advantage.  Visit:

Yearly       – Student Scholarships Organization

Throughout the year Student Scholarships awards various and multiple scholarship to students with varying amounts, award, and criteria.  Visit:

Yearly       -Unigo Scholarships

Unigo helps to make students’ path to financial ease a bit less treacherous. Students can explore more than $14B worth of scholarships, awards, and grants, including ones from Unigo, schools, privately-owned companies, and a host of other public, private, and other sources. Unigo divides its list of scholarships into comprehensive categories. This can help you pick a starting point and eliminate pointless browsing through categories you know are not a fit. These scholarships are available throughout the year. A scholarship listing is available easily by types of awards. Included in the listing is scholarship based as athletic, college-specific, merit-based, major, state, high school students, etc.

Yearly       – UPS Earn & Learn Program/Scholarships

United Parcel Services (UPS) has paid out more the $47 million in college education assistance, including tuition and other qualifying expenses, helping more than 30,000 UPS employees attend college. Through UPS Earn and Learn Program, students are able to work part time and earn as much as $30,000/year in college education assistance. UPS awards up to $5250 per year for student tuition. For more information and application visit: or for scholarships visit:

Yearly/Monthly         -Varsity Tutor College Scholarship

Varsity Tutors holds a monthly $1,000 college scholarship contest where students write an essay in response to a monthly prompt. Visitors to the Varsity Tutors scholarship web page 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 here:

Yearly/Monthly         -ZipRecruiter Scholarships

ZipRecruiter awards various scholarships throughout the year.  They also provide job search information. Visit their home page, job search and scholarship websites for complete information:

Scholarship Website Resources

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