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The following scholarships are available for local homeschool students. Applicants should familiarize themselves with the rules for each scholarship before applying. For more information, contact the individuals or organizations listed below. Also, check out the Contests page as many of those contests award scholarships, especially to those students who progress to the state and/or national level.
For general information on scholarships, click on the link below.
This information is from the 2011-2012 school year.
Contact the local Elks Club for more information.
Elks National Foundation Scholarship: 500 four-year awards ranging from $4,000 – $60,000.
Applications and information is available at Elks.
Flathead Electric Co-op offers thirteen $4,000 general scholarships to seniors graduating from a high school in its service territory. Funds will be distributed at $1,000 per year for four consecutive years.
For more information visit Flathead Electrical Co-op Scholarships
Flathead County Republican Women
The Flathead County Republican Women has historically offered scholarships to Flathead County students.
For information, contact Flathead County Republican Women
Flathead Valley Community College Scholarships
FVCC offers a variety of scholarships. For more information visit FVCC Scholarships
Kalispell Farmers Market
Kalispell Farmers Market has historically offered scholarship opportunities.
For information on current year offerings, please check the Farmer’s Market website.
Montana Farmer Union Scholarships & FFA/4-H Grants
For information on requirements and current year offerings/deadlines, visit:
Montana University System Scholarships
For more information visit MT University System Scholarships
Local Soroptomist organization(s) have historically awarded scholarships to high school graduates. For information, check with the local Soroptomist chapters.