Lake Superior College scholarship available from Lloyd K. Johnson Foundation
The board of directors of the Lloyd K. Johnson Foundation is pleased to announce the 2012 scholarship availability for graduating seniors at Cook County High School through the Lloyd K. Johnson Post-Secondary School Scholarship Program.
The foundation’s board of directors will award selected Cook County High School graduating senior’s full scholarships to Lake Superior College in Duluth. The scholarships awarded will pay for tuition, books and fees for one full academic year provided recipients maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0, maintain satisfactory academic performance and are enrolled full-time. Upon completion of one full school year, recipients may be eligible to apply for a renewal scholarship that will be considered based on the student’s first year cumulative GPA, the student maintaining full-time enrollment status and the student maintaining satisfactory academic progress.
The 2012 scholarship submission deadline is April 30.
The purpose of the Lloyd K. Johnson Foundation Post-Secondary Scholarship Program is to assist graduating seniors at Cook County High School to continue their education in order to develop the skills and experience necessary to complete their vocational and educational goals. The scholarship has been awarded to 11 Cook County High School Seniors since the inception of the program in 2008.
To learn more about eligibility criteria, download application forms or to submit applications on-line, applicants can go to the foundation’s website at www.lloydkjohnsonfoundation.org. For additional information contact the foundation’s administrative office at 218-726-9000 or contact the Cook County High School guidance office.
The scholarship is named after Lloyd K. Johnson, who was born and raised in Grand Marais and graduated from Cook County High School in 1925.