Henry J. & Pauline M. Armstrong Scholarship

The Henry J. and Pauline M. Armstrong Memorial Scholarship honors Henry and Pauline Armstrong, lifelong residents of Nebraska. Henry graduated from Greenwood High School and attended college before beginning his farming career. Pauline graduated from Lincoln High School and attended college before becoming a secretary. Henry and Pauline married in 1931 and Pauline began working alongside her husband on the farm. The Armstrongs were involved in several community organizations and wished to assist young people from Waverly, Nebraska, pursuing studies in the areas that they loved so dearly—agriculture, home economics, veterinary medicine and religion.

To apply, you must be a current graduating senior or former graduate of Waverly High School in Waverly, Nebraska demonstrating scholastic application and achievement in high school and/or college studies. The applicant may attend a college or university of his or her choice and must be seeking a degree in agriculture, home economics, or veterinary medicine;
OR

Applicant must be a male graduate of Waverly High School who will attend a Lutheran seminary school with intentions of pursuing postgraduate studies at a Lutheran seminary college and becoming a minister. The applicant must demonstrate financial need. Those who receive scholarships are eligible to reapply for additional scholarships in subsequent academic years if academic progress is satisfactory and scholarship funds are needed to continue their studies.

REQUIRED WITH APPLICATION: 1. High school or college transcript(s) (copies of transcripts are acceptable) and the first page of your FAFSA Report. High school seniors must submit their high school transcript; high school graduates need only submit their college transcripts.

Award
$1,250 (2 Awards)
Deadline
03/15/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Do you plan to attend a Lutheran seminary school with intentions of pursuing postgraduate studies at a Lutheran seminary college and becoming a minister?
  2. Have you previously received the Henry J. & Pauline M. Armstrong Scholarship?