All AHS students in the Class of 2024 who plan to attend a two- or four-year trade school, college or university are invited and encouraged to apply.

2024 Scholarship Deadlines

December 18, 2023 - Application available.

February 2nd, 2024 - Application due online at 5pm.

Early May, 2024 - Applicants will be notified by email whether or not they will receive an ASF scholarship.

May 19th, 2024 - Award recipients and donors will be recognized at our annual awards event.

How to Submit for Scholarship Payment

By mail:

To receive scholarship payment, recipients must mail a copy of their semester tuition bill to:

Arrowhead Scholarship Fund, Inc.
c/o Waukesha County Community Foundation (WCCF)
2727 North Grandview Boulevard, Suite 301
Waukesha, WI 53188

* The tution bill should include the name of the college or technical school, student name, the student ID and the remittance address.

By email:

To receive scholarship payment, recipients must email a copy of their semester tuition bill to:

*The tuition bill should include the name of the college or technical school, student name, the student ID and the remittance address.

The check will be sent directly to the bursar’s office at the college or university listed on the tuition bill.

Questions regarding scholarship reimbursement should be directed to WCCF at 262-513-1861.

ASF Scholarships

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Since ASF began, we have awarded more than $2,000,000 to over 2,000 graduating seniors of Arrowhead High School. Scholarships are available for students furthering their education at two- or four-year institutions.

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The Process

Each year in December all Arrowhead High School seniors are invited to complete an extensive scholarship application that includes teacher recommendations and an essay. The board of directors then completes a comprehensive, confidential and anonymous review of the submitted applications. In May, the selected students are awarded scholarships at our annual awards ceremony. During the past few years, we have been able award more than 80 scholarships ranging from $500 to $3,000 each, for a total of more than $80,000 annually.

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Scholarship Criteria

A volunteer board of directors comprised of community members, school administration and business leaders determines the activities of ASF and reviews applications for scholarships. Scholarships are awarded to students who most closely match scholarship criteria, as set forth by the donors. Typically, these qualifications include:

  • Academic achievement
  • High level of school participation and leadership
  • Community contributions through service and work experience
  • Excellent teacher recommendations and student essays

Sometimes, an individual donor will request that an applicant possess a specific trait, like community service, participation in multiple sports, or financial need. In these cases, ASF identifies recipients that meet these specific requests.

"I hope to become a teacher one day and eventually go back to school to become a principal. My senior year I received one of the Arrowhead scholarships and it was great to see that my hard work paid off and other people recognized that too. Thanks Arrowhead Scholarship Fund for allowing me to continue my education!"

Emma Estenson, Luther College

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