GL Middle School Students
The James R. Ryan Family Foundation Middle School Scholarship awards a $40,000 college scholarship to a GLMS 8th grade student based on merit and demonstrated financial need.
GL Gateway Academy Students
The Blair Holden Memorial - Gull Lake Area Rotary Club Scholarship awards up to $2,000 to a graduating Gateway Academy student planning further education.
Scholarships in the News
Communicator Article - 2015-2016 Scholarship Recipients
Communicator Article - Scholarships Available
Communicator Article - Gateway Academy
Communicator Article - Donor Spotlight: Rotary Club
Communicator Article - Darl Scott Scholarship
Communicator Article - Ryan Scholarship Deadline
Communicator Article - Scholarships in the News!
Communicator Article - Ryan Scholarship Recipient Graduates!
Communicator Article - GLCSF Scholarships: It's More Than Money!
Communicator Article - New Environmental Studies Scholarship
Communicator Article - Scholarship Helps Start a Career
Communicator Article - Blair Holden Scholarship
Communicator Article - Profile: Pelletier Scholarship Fund
Communicator Article - Danielle Boshers, Scholarship Recipient
Communicator Article - Donor Profile: The Quartermaine Family
Awarded Scholarships and Recipients
The Gull Lake Community Schools Foundation has a history of helping our high school graduates take the next step…college. Generous Foundation donors have funded scholarships to those Gull Lake students whose achievements and needs set them apart, helping students offset the cost of their education and making an investment in their future and ours.
In 2015-2016, the Gull Lake Community Schools Foundation awarded $108,000 through 43 scholarships; $64,000 of which went to graduating seniors including 2 students from Gull Lake Gateway Academy, Sophia Pastrana and Chelsea Moore. The 2015-2016 James R. Ryan Family Foundation Middle School Scholarship was awarded to Aimee Murray, an 8th grade recipient, looking ahead to her Gull Lake High School graduation and beyond. This annual $10,000 college scholarship is renewable over a four-year period, up to a maximum of $40,000.
Currently, there are twenty-one (21) Gull Lake High School graduates attending college with renewable scholarships.