Lakeland College celebrates 3rd Sheboygan County Scholar

May 1, 2015 In Lakeland University Blog
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Sheboygan Falls senior Emma Schad, one of three inaugural Lakeland College Sheboygan County Scholars, signed a ceremonial scholarship agreement in front of proud family, friends, classmates and administrators on Friday morning at her high school.

Fellow incoming Lakeland College Sheboygan County Scholars Matthew Seider of Sheboygan County Christian High School and Zachery Mock of Howards Grove High School previously enjoyed similar signing ceremonies.

Lakeland’s Sheboygan County Scholars program awards up to four full-tuition scholarships a year to high school graduates from the county who carry a minimum grade point average of 3.5 or score at least a 27 on the ACT. Applicants must submit an essay and do an in-person interview with the scholarship committee. For more information, visit contact Lakeland K-12 School Relations Manager Jason Duff at 920-565-1021 ext. 2118 or .

While at Lakeland, Sheboygan County Scholars will participate in an exclusive leadership development program that includes one-on-one meetings with area CEOs and other executives.

Schad’s signing ceremony included brief presentations by Lakeland College President Dan Eck and Senior Director of Student Success and Engagement Eric Blacknall. Schad thanked Lakeland College, her family and her Sheboygan Falls support system.

After she signed the ceremonial scholarship letter, Schad posed for photos with her friends, family members and the Lakeland mascot, Musko. She then joined her supporters for cake and punch.

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