Sponsoring Scholarships

Each have their own application available in the Guidance and Counseling Department. Click on each scholarship to read the criteria for consideration.

The following is a list of those available during the 2018 application process

35. THE KATIE BATTISON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTED BY MADISON YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES

Awarded to a graduating senior member of Madison Youth Services’ Peer Advocate Program who has shown a significant level of caring for others and who has been accepted to a four-year college.

36. THE MARY ELLEN BOSSI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to member(s) of the graduating class who has been accepted into a college or technical school and who is his or her high school career, has faced adversity with a positive attitude and whose strong work ethic, courage, and perseverance has been an inspiration to others.

Note: This scholarship also requires also submitting the General Application Form.

37. THE REVEREND FRANKLIN A. BOWER - ROTARY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

Available to a member of the Madison Community who exhibits the potential for leadership, a genuine concern for others and who has shown steady improvement in academic achievement.

38. THE DANIEL HAND HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC BOOSTERS SCHOLARSHIPS

Awarded to members of the graduating class who have been DHHS music students and are planning to major or minor in music, or continue music education through classes, lessons, or participation in music groups at a college, university, conservatory or other accredited institute of higher learning. Applicants must have participated in a DHHS music program, and a juried audition is required. Financial need is not a criterion for this award.

39. THE KARL DWORAK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORED BY THE NORTH MADISON VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY

Awarded to a high school senior affiliated with the North Madison Volunteer Fire Company, either as an active member, son or daughter of an active member or a junior fire fighter, who is pursuing a full-time degree program at an accredited two or four-year college.

40. BEVERLY KEENER SCHOLARSHIP/MADISON EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

Awarded to a senior who expresses a desire to enter the teaching profession and who demonstrates the qualities of integrity, generosity, and intelligence. This scholarship is renewable for four years provided the student remains a candidate for the teaching profession and maintains at least a 3.0 grade point average. An essay is required, explaining why you wish to enter the field of education.

41. THE NICK KRUCZEK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to a graduating ice hockey player, with community involvement, shows respect both on and off the ice among their teammates, and leadership qualities.

42. THE LENNY & JOE’S FISH TALE CAROUSEL SCHOLARSHIP

Available to 2 deserving members of the graduating class who is furthering their education at an accredited school of higher education, who has worked during summers, weekends, etc. that demonstrates their desire and resourcefulness in helping fund their education, who demonstrates a need for financial assistance and has been involved in school, community and other outside activities.

Note: This scholarship also requires also submitting the General Application Form.

43. MACMULLEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORED BY MADISON LODGE

Available to a graduating senior who is furthering his or her education at an accredited institution of higher learning in the field of engineering, information technology, architecture, or related fields.

44. MADISON ASSOCIATION OF DEMOCRATIC WOMEN

Awarded to a graduating female student who has been accepted to a four-year college or university program and who has demonstrated qualities of leadership, citizenship, and service to others as shown by active participation in student government, student organizations and/or other organizations. Financial need is not a criterion for this award.

45. THE MADISON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BERND BECKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to a member of the graduating class who demonstrated leadership in school activities, has been involved in community service and who plans to further his/her education studying business at an accredited institution.

46. THE MADISON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EILEENS JOHNSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to a member of the graduating class who demonstrated leadership in school activities, has been involved in community service and who plans to further his/her education studying business at an accredited institution.

47. THE MADISON HOOP DREAMS SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to a deserving member of the graduating class who has attended Madison Hoop Dreams (Slamma Jamma) Summer Basketball Camp and who has demonstrated sportsmanship, a continuing interest in athletics, and a commitment to academics.

48. MADISON JAYCEES PAUL AKAM SCHOLARSHIP

Available to a resident of Madison and a member of the graduating class attending one of the local public or private schools, demonstrating community involvement, high scholarship achievement and is enrolled in a an accredited college or university for the upcoming year.

49. THE MADISON NEWCOMER’S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP

Available to a female member of the graduating class who demonstrates exceptional commitment to volunteerism/community involvement, high scholastic achievement, and who will attend a four-year college or university in the coming year. Financial need is not a criterion for this award.

50. THE ROBERTS FOOD CENTER ANNUAL EMPLOYEE SCHOLARSHIP

Available to a member of the graduating class who is an employee of Roberts Food Center and who plans to further his or her education in a two or four-year college. Proof of college admissions will be required.

51. THE ELISSA SULLIVAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Available to members of the graduating class who are planning to pursue a career in fine arts, photography, or art education.

52. THE THEATRE ARTS PROGRAM SPONSORS (TAPS) SCHOLARSHIP

Sponsored by the Daniel Hand High School Theatre Arts Program, this scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior of good character and academic standing who is planning to attend a college, university, or conservatory, and who has demonstrated a commitment to the theater arts while at DHHS. The applicant need not be planning to major or minor in theater or a related area to be eligible.

53. THE WOMEN’S CLUB OF MADISON SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to a high school senior who is pursuing advanced study in the field of visual or performing arts in an accredited course of study up to and including a four-year degree program. Scholarship is based on potential, character, ability, and need.