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Students are given the opportunity to receive recognition and scholarships by taking an online test comprised of 50 multiple-choice, true and false questions followed by an essay question of 300 words or less. The program is endorsed by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and is open to any Wisconsin student in the 10th, 11th or 12th grade. Scholarships are:
* 10th Grade- 11- $250 Scholarships awarded
* 11th Grade- 11- $300 Scholarships awarded
* 12th Grade- 11- $750 Scholarships awarded
(Due March 1) Three deserving graduates of any accredited Wisconsin high school will be awarded the sum of $1000 to be applied to the cost of continuing education at any degree-granting college or university within the United States of America.
Nicole M. Czaplewski- Deforest
Payton E. Beaty- Cascade
Kaiya O. Zurfluh- Albany
Christian T. Grunert- Ripon
Amelia M. Quist- Mauston
Bailey A. Blader-Lucht- Wautoma
The American Legion wants to ensure higher education is a possibility for children whose parents lost their lives while serving our country. Beginning with the 2017 award year, The American Legion expanded the scholarship to include children of VA-rated, post-9/11 veterans with a combined disability rating of 50 percent or higher. The American Legion and the Legion Riders offer support through the Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Any team manager or head coach of an American Legion (post-affiliated) team may nominate a graduating senior who plays on a Wisconsin American Legion team. Deadline: July 15 of each year.
(Due March 1) The winner is eligible to receive a $10,000 scholarship to be awarded over a four-year period.
Deadline Prior to the 1st day of the 2023 session
Samsung, a worldwide leader in electronics, endowed a scholarship fund of five million dollars to be administered by The American Legion. The endowment was made to show appreciation to U.S. veterans who came to the aid of Korea during its struggle against communist forces during the Korean War.