Beaver Dam Students Have Scholarship Options

(Beaver Dam) Students in Beaver Dam benefit from having multiple avenues when it comes to securing grants for education after high school.  Two separate scholarship organizations provide awards each year to students within the Beaver Dam Unified School District, the Beaver Dam High School Scholarship Committee and the Beaver Dam Scholarship Foundation Inc.

Organized in 1949 the Beaver Dam High School Scholarship Committee has a goal to award local two- and four-year college and career technical scholarships and uses a ranking system to award scholarships to as many different individuals as possible.

Created in 1991, Beaver Dam Scholarship Foundation Inc, was founded by eighteen local citizens who wanted to help students with the rising costs of higher education.  Their mission is to provide talented students with funds to attend either a four-year or technical college of choice.  Applicants are graded and scored by out of town judges before being chosen as a scholarship recipient.

For more information, about the Beaver Dam Scholarship Foundation, Inc., contact them at P.O. Box 98, Beaver Dam, WI 53916.

For more information about the Beaver Dam High School Scholarship Committee visit or contact them at BDHS Scholarship Committee, Administrative Office, 500 Gould Street, Beaver Dam, WI 53916.


Beaver Dam High School Scholarship Committee members pictured from left are Lynn Gruenewald, Mark Furdek, Stephanie Ziegler, Crystal Bates, Randy Tobolski, Melissa Schreiner, Jackee Hill, Melissa Gehring, Stephanie Buss, Nate Wilke, Wendy Gosdeck, Joe Loizzo, and John Casper.  Missing from the photo are Rebecca Droessler, Anne-Marie Malkovich, and Pete Woreck.