Info for Juniors

Jan 30, 2023

Registration is OPEN: ACT on April 4th at GRHS

Registration is now open for Juniors to take the ACT on April 4th at GRHS. Click here for more information AND resources for studying.

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2023 Rural Electric Coop Youth Tour

Attn: Sophomores & Juniors Deadline Feb 20

Apply to win an all expenses paid trip to Washington DC June 13-18, 2023 through LAKE COUNTRY POWER. Please note: This tour is available only for students whose parents or legal guardians receive electricity from Lake Country Power — a benefit of co-op membership.

Students will learn about electric cooperatives, American history & US Government. More information at the link above and Download the application here

Horatio Alger Scholarship Program

Juniors can apply for 10 Horatio Alger Scholarships of $10,000 each. Or possibly a National scholarship of $25,000.

Deadline to apply is March 15, 2022

Students must show critical financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross family income)

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Calvin Coolidge Presidential Scholarship Program (REPEAT)

The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Scholarship Program offers JUNIORS full ride scholarships for 4 years to any college or university. Criteria required: academic excellence, interest in public policy, humility and service in the community.

Deadline is February 23, 2023 at 4pm CST

MN Association Of Townships Scholarship Program (REPEAT)

Minnesota Association of Townships

Deadline: June 1, 2023

  • FOR JUNIORS: (5) $2000 awards to Minnesota Juniors.
  • Submit paper application, Letter of recommendation, Transcript & Essay discussing this year’s topic.
  • 2023 Essay Topic: Promoting Township Government.

    The question is: “Representation of people and ideas is the hallmark of government in the United States. No level of government is as close to its constituents as the township. Today’s townships face several challenges, including decreasing populations, annexation pressures from cities, declining interest in public service, growing demands from constituents, and a distrust of government. Considering these challenges, what do you see as the future role of townships in local government?"


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