19+ SCHOLARSHIPS IN JUST ONE APPLICATION!
The Lewis Central Education Foundation offers five $1000 scholarships per year to graduating students.
● Four of these scholarships will go to students continuing their education at a 2- or 4-year college.
● One scholarship will go to a student attending Career and Technical school or
The Lewis Central Education Foundation assists with the administration of “naming” scholarships.
The following naming scholarships are available for graduating students:
Lewis Central educators, Bob (counselor and 1996 LC Hall of Fame Inductee) and Dee Humphrey (3rd grade teacher) served the LC community for close to 40 years. The memorial scholarship (one of the first for the Foundation that began in 1995) was established in order to recognize student extra-curricular leaders and community volunteers in the top 50% of their class with at least a 3.0 GPA. By all accounts, many people share that there wasn’t anyone that Bob Humphrey didn’t know – he was that kind of counselor – he truly knew ABOUT students, and not just their grades. He wanted to help everyone to be successful and find their passion, as did his wife Dee. The Bob and Dee Humphrey scholarship is dedicated to continuing their legacy for LC students.
Ms. Wiese-Clark is a ’73 Alum. This award targets a graduate who has proven to be successful in the classroom and is entering the field of business administration.
Donated annually to a wrestler who exemplifies the spirit of the sport: hard work, dedication, commitment, and character.
Zella worked as a bookkeeper at LC for years. In honor of her 90th birthday her friends and family donated money to launch this award.
Mr. Clark is a ’73 Alum. The recipient must show leadership traits in the school and community and be entering the field of engineering.
Kevin graduated in 2001. He died suddenly from a heart condition the same year. His family wants to help make is dream to attend college a reality for another LC alum.
Mr. Brown was a strong supporter of education. His trust money is given to students who have worked hard to be successful in the classroom and have a plan for their future.
Mr. Stazzoni is an ’81 alum and is a product of the trades. To help prevent trades being overlooked as an option for graduates he created, along with his wife, this award.
The Margaret Kilibarda scholarship is provided in honor of Marg’s life-time commitment to and love of teaching and learning.
Lewis Central Education Foundation Scholarship
Jordan Petersen- all around academic success
Josey Neigbhors- CTE
Jocelyn LeMaster- first generation college student
Colton Elder- overcame personal obstacles during school career
Amara Orth- outstanding achievement
Bob and Dee Humphrey Memorial Scholarship
Steve Clark Scholarship
Diane Wiese Clark Scholarship
Kevin Reedy Scholarship
Zella Duchman Scholarship
Payton Vander Woude
James Fuller & Larry Wilwerding Wrestling Scholarship
Susan and Ron Stazzoni Scholarship
Margaret Kilibarda Scholarship
Evan Edwards Memorial Scholarship
Sailor Lawrence Memorial Scholarship