Dedicated to providing opportunites for the growth of excellence in youth.
Sarah was dedicated to putting 100% into every activity she participated in. An honor student, accomplished musician and talented golfer. She set her goals high and worked hard to accomplish those goals. It was very important to Sarah to contribute to school, church and her community. She did all this with humility, compassion and respect.
Upon her sudden death, this non-profit foundation was established to support students in the Coulee Region. Three scholarships have been established at Holmen High School. In addition there are funds available to support students in the pursuit of educational, artistic, musical and spiritual endeavors.
To honor Sarah's participation in golf, the Foundation sponsors banquets at the end of the girls and boys golf seasons. Sarah's greatest joy from golf came from the friends she made. These banquets foster the spirit of friendship in the game.
This $500 scholorship is awarded to a HHS music student selected by the HHS music department staff.
Two $3,000 scholarships are awarded to Holmen High School students who set high goals and treat everyone with compassion and respect.
To be qualitfied for this award the student must achieve the following; be accepted at a 4 year college, have an ACT score or 24 or a cumulative grade point of 3.8 or better, been involved in school and the community, submit a letter stating why the student would be a good candidate for the award and answer an essay question. Letters of recommendation are not required but may help in selection
The award will be announced at the Senior banquet. Applications can be found in the HHS guidence office. Please attach a letter which includes the following: name, GPA and ACT score what activities you have been involved in, the school you will be attending, an answer to the essay question and anything else to help us better get to know you. Also attach any letters of recommendation you have. Submit applications to the guidence office.
Students who are interested in pursuing education, musical, artistic or spiritual endeavors outside of school may be candidates for the Foundation's Open Awards.
These pursuits can include, but are not limited to: leadership camps, music camps and trips, classes outside of school, art camps or contests, spiritual camps and missions.
Students interested in Open Awards should submit an application including the following: name, type of activity with location and date, and what has been done to raise money for the activity. Download a PDF of the aplication form
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