Posted on 05/07/2021 at 11:00 AM by Lizzy Halvorsen
Congratulations to our 2021 RBS scholarship winners!
Earlier this year, we announced the first-ever RBS scholarship program. Applicants were asked two essay questions – How has involvement in a sport or school activity impacted you and why should you be awarded this scholarship?
What is exciting about this scholarship is that it will not only be used to help a student further their education after high school but will also help give back to the organization or sport of their choosing with a $250 credit to their program.
We received so many awesome submissions, and we truly wish we could reward them all. However, after our team extensively reviewed and voted on the entries, we chose our four scholarship winners.
Congratulations to the following students:
Congratulations to Belmont High School's Riley Christensen.
Riley will be attending UW La Crosse for Exercise Sports Science.
A $250 credit will go towards Belmont High School’s Football Program.
Congratulations to Clayton High School's Abigail Schradle.
Abigail will be attending UW Eau Claire for Nursing.
A $250 credit will go towards Clayton High School’s Volleyball Program.
Congratulations to Loyal High School's Alana Lynn Piller.
Alana will be attending UW Stout for Food Science & Technology with a minor in Chemistry.
A $250 credit will go towards Loyal High School’s FFA Program.
Congratulations to Mineral Point High School's Jacob Klein.
Jacob will be attending Martin Luther College for the Pre-Seminary Program.
A $250 credit will go towards Mineral Point High School’s Band & Choir Program.
Thank you again to everyone who took the time to apply for our scholarship. As we said above, we received so many awesome submissions making this a truly difficult decision.
Be sure to visit our RBS Scholarship Program page starting Wednesday, September 1st, 2021 for another chance to receive a $250 scholarship and $250 credit towards the program of your choosing.
Categories: The RBS Scholarship Program