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July 2017
The Racine Community Foundation has awarded 57 scholarships totaling $82,484 to Racine County college-bound students for the 2017-2018 academic year.

"I want to thank you so much for your generosity. For you, having never met me, to come into my life just to help me, shows me that there really are truly great people out there. I will work hard and get the best grades that I can"!
- Michalia Jo Swanson
"Receiving this scholarship motivates me to maintain my GPA and complete my degree. I look forward to being able to give back to the community once I begin my career. I thank you again for your confidence in my ability to achieve my goals."
- Rebecca Hebert
"Few other investments provide a return so great for the individual…as do scholarship gifts. Thank you for contributing to student success here at UWM."
- Paul Ross, Director, Major and Planned Gifts
Racine Community Foundation Scholarships for Students Program
Helping students attend technical colleges and universities throughout Wisconsin and the Nation

J.I. Case High School Scholarship Fund

This scholarship fund was established in 2017 in honor of the school's 50th anniversary. It is designed to help J.I. Case seniors to pursue an undergraduate education at an accredited four year college or university, or at an accredited two year technical or community college. Once the fund reaches the minimum fund balance, applications will be available in the Guidance Office.

Applicant must:
  • Be a graduating senior from J.I. Case High School.
  • Have good academic standing with a cumulative GPA between 3.0 and 4.0.
  • Exhibit a dedication to academic excellence, a zest for life, a sense of purpose, and a commitment to community service.
  • Demonstrate the ability to achieve goals and balance work, school and volunteer activities.
  • Have excellent school attendance.
  • Show steady, consistent improvement and achievement over the course of his/her high school career.
  • Demonstrate involvement in extra-curricular activities.