Krier College scholarships are awarded to select students who graduate from high schools in the Wisconsin school districts of Cedar Grove-Belgium, Northern Ozaukee, Oostburg and Random Lake.
Annually, the foundation will award two renewable scholarships to a pair of seniors at each of the district’s high schools. One will be granted to a student attending a four-year university and one will be granted to a student attending a two-year technical school.
Krier Scholarships are not administered by the Foundation.
To be considered for a scholarship, graduating seniors from Cedar Grove-Belgium, Northern Ozaukee, Oostburg and Random Lake district high schools should contact their high school’s guidance office for more information. Application deadlines and requirements are established by the district high schools.
Applicants should not contact the Foundation for information.
While scholarships are administered by the respective high school guidance offices, the following reporting and reapplication guidelines have been established:
- Scholarship recipients need to reapply to their high school guidance office on a semester basis to renew their scholarship.
- Scholarships are renewed based on community service and a minimum GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) after freshman year and a minimum GPA of 2.75 (on a 4.0 scale) after sophomore and junior years. Scholarship recipients should follow all instructions provided by their high school’s guidance office.
- Scholarship recipients should follow all other requirements made by their respective high school guidance office.