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The Clark Electric Scholarship Committee

selects 1 student from the schools or grouped schools

for a $2,000.00 scholarship,

which is sent directly to the school of choice.



Eligibility Criteria

  1. The student’s legal guardian must be a member of Clark Electric Cooperative and currently receiving electric service from the cooperative. The student must be enrolled in one of the participating schools or in an approved home school setting.

  1. Student must display an average of 2.5 GPA or more.
  1. Student must display a potential to successfully continue achievement in a post-secondary public school or private collage, university, junior college, or vocational school program of choice which will leave to an associate degree or one-year diploma.
  1. Student must be accepted into a school where the scholarship would apply.
  1. Quality of written essay “How My Career Choice Will Improve the Quality of Life for Others”



 2023 Scholarship Winners




One scholarship to each school

  • Abbotsford High School

  • Colby High School

  • Granton High School

  • Greenwood High School

  • Loyal High School

  • Neillsville High School

  • Owen-Withee High School

  • Spencer High School

  • Thorp High School

  • Stanley High School

One scholarship between these grouped schools

  • Stratford High School

  • Columbus High School

  • Osseo-Fairchild

  • Abbotsford Christian Academy

One scholarship between these grouped schools

  • Marshfield Senior High School

  • Medford High School

  • Gilman High School

  • Pittsville High School

  • Home School Student


These awards are made possible by unclaimed Capital Credit of Clark Electric Cooperative members monetary disbursements.

  • The student must attend a post-secondary school during the 2022-2023 academic year to receive funds.
  • The student will receive the $2,000.00 scholarship which will be sent directly to the school of choice.
  • Monetary disbursement will be made on a per semester basis.
    • $1,000.00 for the 1st semester and $1,000.00 for the 2nd semester.